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No. 7245, Paieie, Honolulu, February 10, 1848
Greetings to the Honorable Land Commissioners sitting at Hale Kauila: I hereby state my little claims for land and house.
The land claims are mauka of Apowale land, Kamanuwai in Kunawai, two little lo`i.
Another lo`i is mauka of another land, and also, another is makai of the makai lo`i. On the south is the lo`i of Hohopa, on the west is the lo`i of Kamanuwai, on the west /sic/ is Kamanuwai also. It is as follows: The length is 20 iwilei /from outstretche ....
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.... aoa and he himself gave these patches to Paieie, but Kamanuwai was the konohiki of the land at that time. Paieie lived peacefully and after his death, the land was transmitted to his wife but she has never done any work on it, therefore, someone else has had it for the past; three years.
Paieie died after the dark day on 7 August 1850.
Haumaleo, sworn, I have known in the same way as Paele has related.
(Postponed until S. Kalama, administrator of government lands in the fort is available.)
[No. 7245 not awarded]