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No. 65, William Bacle, claimant, Honolulu, June 1, 1846
Sir: Enclosed herewith are the boundaries & dimensions of a piece of ground (now built upon and fenced in) situated in this village, which was granted to me for services rendered, by his Majesty, Kamehameha I, in 1817, possession of which I have retained up to the present time; and repectfully submit the same to be laid before the Honorable board of Commissioners appointed to quiet land titles.
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.... een built on the inside, which is the wooden house that is standing now. It was built in the year 1832."
The King has said, "It would not be advisable to give Paki too much land; however, give him a place to live." The land officers by that statement decided to ask the King to give him one acre.
This person who is claiming is a foreigner living at the mouth of Hanalei (river) on Kauai.
[Award 65; R.P. 20; Beretania St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .68 Ac.]