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No. 42 F.L., Kaolulo, Honolulu, January 12, 1852
The Land Cosmissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is set below, hereby enter my claim at Apowale, an `ili for the Fort in Honolulu. There are ten lo`i and one house site, bounded as follows: mauka, government land and the watercourse, Waikiki, land of Poonamu, makai, land of Kahue, Ewa, land of Hikiau. I got this land from M. Kekuanaoa and have lived a long time on this land with no objections.
KAOLULO X, his mark
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.... e of the death of the first konohiki, Manauwai, and for my status as konohiki for the fort. According to the natives there were two poalimas and ten patches at the time, the ten patches are mine at present; the poalimas are the government's.
This land is a lele in upper Nuuanu close to Niolopa of A. Paki and Kaloa had claimed it. A small pasture is in the upper piece, perhaps it has been included in the claim. Poupou and Kaloa were the first claimants, they are the only tenants of the land.
[No. 42 F.L. not awarded]