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No. 67 F.L., Kamaua, Honolulu, Oahu, 18 March 1852
The Land Commissioners, Greetings: I have a claim for three lo`i and a house site in Kuwili, `Ili in Honolulu, Oahu. There are four parcels; Parcel 1 is a house lot, Parcel 2 is one lo`i, Parcel 3 is two lo`i.
/Translator's note: no fourth parcel given/; /Kindly/ award me these claims.
KAMAUA X, his mark
Witness to the mark: S.P. Kalama
N.T. 297v10 ....
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.... ki, Keakahiwa's land, ditch
Makai, A ditch
Ewa, Kewa's land, Moeino's land.
This land was received by Kamana before Wana had the chance to eat of the yield of Kuwili, it was the time Poki had it. It was always peaceful except Kaniku had forbidden them in filing a claim. They were to lived under the landlord.
Kaohulenui, sworn, I have known in the same way as Kamaala had related above.
[No. 67 F.L. not listed in numerical index; not awarded]