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No. 41, L.D. Maigret, [French Catholic Church], Claimant, Cl. 3
Know all men by these presents that I, Eugene Sulivan, a citizen of the United States of America, a present a resident at the Sandwich islands, Gentleman, for and in consideration of three thousand five hundred dollars paid to me in France by Stephen Rouchouze, Bishop of Nilopolis, a citizen of France, do hereby give, grant, sell & convey [to?] the said Stephen Rouchouze, Bishop of Nilopolis, his heirs and assigns, a certain tract & parcel of land in the Town of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, one of the Sandwich islands, bounded by the premise of Reverend John Diell on the Eaat, by the premises of Henry Skinner on the West, and the premises known as the Blond on the Southwest.
From the street to the Blond wall is two hund ....
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.... olis et Vicaire Apostolique de l"oceanie Orientale, donne tous me biens présens et à venir à Monsieur Louis Desiré Maigret, fait a Gambier le 20 Novembre 1838
E. Rouchouze, Evêque de Nilopolis et Vicaire Apostolique
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F.R. 176v1 Translation
I, the undersigned, Etienne Rouchouze, called Bishop of Nilopolis and Apostolic Vicar of East Oceania, give all my present and future goods to Mr. Louis Desiré Maigret, done at Gambier, November 20, 1838.
E. Rouchouze, Bishop of Nilopolis and Apostolic Vicar
[Translation by V. Creed]
[Award 41; Royal Land Patent No. 8436; Chaplain Lane Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .38 Ac.; to Roman Catholic Church of the Hawaiian Islands; Royal Land Patent No. 8235 cancelled to Sullivan; translation by V. Creed]