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No. 1271B, Hawaii, C.
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings in God: I, the undersigned, hereby tell you of my claim for land in the `ili of Kupaupalau, adjoining Paakea. There are two lo`i, bounded on the north by Hau; on the northeast by Pakea; on the southeast by Opukaala; on the west by a fallow section. There is also a claim for a little kula in the `ili of Maulukikepa, a house lot.
Cl. 1271B, Hawaii, September 6, 1848
Nakai, sworn, This land is in the ili of Maulukikepa in one piece, bounded:
Mauka by Kanana's house lot
Waimanalo by Hopoe's (land)
Makai by Kaile (land)
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.... />Keahinanui's land, Ewa
Hawaii's land is from Luhilani, given in the year 1846,and he has lived peacefully to this time.
Kapawa, sworn, Nakai's testimony and mine are both similar. No one has objected (to him). Luhilani's claim has been postponed to Friday. See page 254.
No. 1271B, Hawaii, September 8, 1848
Luhilani, sworn, It is true, I have given (land) to Hawaii outright. My interest is from Waiania received in the year 1846. See page 249 [no mention of Hawaii in vol. 3 on page 249; perhaps 247?]
[Award 1271B; R.P. 721; Hopoe Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .68 Acl; Malukikepa Waikiki Kona; 1 ap.; .4 Ac.]