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No. 5272, Keaka, Wailuku, 7 January 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby tell you of my taro lo`is in the `Ili at Kuunaheananui. There are 36 lo`i and the hala clump, bounded on the east by a watercourse and the land of Kaawa, on the north by his also, and the houses, and the hala clump, on the west, the lo`i hakuone and the kula and the lo`i po`ali ....
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.... himself says this statement is correct, and acquiesces in the decision of the Commission that he has not a valid claim.
No. 5272, Keaka
Ehu, sworn, I know his land in the `Ili of Kuunaheana in Wailuku, two parcels of taro. His land was from Maila in 1847 and he lives under Kupa Maila. /Mr. Mlles/
[No. 5272 not awarded]