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No. 334*M, Piinaia, December 28, 1846, Lahaina
Greetings to the Land Commissioners:
Here is my thought, to tell you of my land of Honuaino on Hawaii at Kona at Kailua[?] /illegible/. It was from Kamehameha I. Lonoamauki /illegible/ died, and his keiki, Kaae had it, and on his death I gave it to my makuahine under N ....
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Kamanawa, sworn, I have known the time when I had returned with my father. Piianaia was living at that place. When Heulu, his father died, this person here (Piianaia) was the heir. I had heard personally Heulu bequesting to Piianaia that place. I have not heard of, nor seen any person who had objections. That was the end.
[No. 334 not awarded]