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No. [191C, Kapule] No. 191, M. Kekauonohi [See No. 6 below, Mr. Hupa]
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I am telling you of my claims for my house lot at Honolulu.
1. The lot where Kaeo Ehu is living, the lot of Kalama, the lot where Kekualoa is living, the lot of L. Aneru /L. Andrews/; all these lots are one, and belong to me.
2. The lot where Kuke Bolabola Is living, and the lot of Poki, the lot of Pele, the lot of Mokunui, the lot of Namakeha at the shore and the lot of Keawe lawaia /Keawe the fisherman/ at the shore. All these lots.are mine alone.
3. The lot of Kaahumanu, the lot of Ke and the lot of Kinimaka ....
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.... the Land Commissioners, as in the law.
If you wish to question us concerning all the foregoing places, we will properly explain our rights if some are objected to.
Because we have heard that some of our kuleanas are being petitioned for, therefore we direct you by this letter if you see some of the places of which we have told you, which have perhaps been previously petitioned for, it would be well for you to call us to come and settle It. Then we will give an explanation of the place. Honolulu, 20 August 1846
[No. 191C not awarded; See No. 239 not awarded to Hana Haalilio, née Hooper; See also No. 00000O02 to Kapule no number]