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No. 43*O, [Catholic Mission], L.D. Maigret, claimant, Iona Piikoi, Cl. No. 5
1 Native document signed Na kahu o V. Kamamalu, Ioane Ii, M. Kekuanaoa
Keae ahi nei maua Kamehameha Keoni Ana, entered in Native Register page 93 volume 1.
No. 43. L. D. Maigret, Catholic School House site
We convey a parcel of land at Ahuimanu on Oahu as a place:
1. To teach students reading and arithmetic and penmanship and geography and related educational material.
2. If they are clever at these things they will be taught the languages of educated lands, olelo Roma (Latin) or French, and ancient and modern history, and so forth, in accordance with the proficiency of the students.
3. To strive, both teachers and studnets, for means to benefit this kingdom.
4. To live righteously under the King and his nobles.
5. Only two teache ....
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.... rdancw with the laws of the Hawaiian Islands as aforesaid; but, if any of the foregoing words are opposed, this fault will result in the loss of the land.
In witness whereof we sign our names on this 10th day of December, 1845, at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
JOHN II, M. KEKUANAOA) Guardians of V. Kamamalu
We consent: Kamehameha, John Young
Claim No. 43, [L.D. Maigret]
[illegible] invite Kekuanaoa as [illegible] to transfer [to?] the government that the government may give to the Catholic Mission, the property in question.
John Ii, sworn, [illegible acknowl]eged his signature to the deed and the genuineness of [illegible the docu?]ment from himself. & [illegible] for V. Kamamalo.
[Award 43; no R.P.; Ahuimanu Heeia Koolaupoko; 1 ap.; 216.5 Acs; See also Claims No. 39; 40, 41, & 42; Index lists Deed No. 1606; TMK 1-4-7-04?]