Minutes of the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens, 1656 to Aug. 27, 1658, Inclusive

Minutes of the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens, 1656 to Aug. 27, 1658, Inclusive

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...the difference of a/cs between him, J. Schellinger and Jacob Calf att'y of Cornelis Schut, whereby it appears, that said Calf still owes a balance of fl. 48. 10 in zeewan; requesting, whereas the aforesaid Calf refuses to pay the same, that the Court will be pleased to examine the decision and approve it. Whereon was endorsed--The Court approves the aforesaid decision and orders consequently the abovenamed Calf to pay the fl. 48% which belong to Schellinger. Aldart Swartwout, pltf. v/s Jacob Schellinger, deft., demands delivery of a kettle for having cured. the abovenamed Schellingers leg, according to agreement, inasmuch as he has cured him. Deft. acknowledges to have promised him a kettle, if pltf. had effectually cured him; saying that he is not cured of the accident to the present hour. Pltf. replying says, he had once cured the deft., inasmuch as he went from one village to the other. Whereas parties on both sides acknowledge to have agreed with a good and perfect cure or no pay, the matter was referred by Burgomasters and Schepens to Mf Hans Kierstede and Mr. Jacob Hendrik Varvanger, both old experienced Surgeons, to investigate the same and to report thereon to the College, or if possible to reconcile the parties. Isaack d'Foreest, pltf. v/s Jan Rutgersen and Hendrick Sweeringh, defts. For that defts. have failed to deliver, according to agreement, the stone and lime contracted for a cellar, and thereupon received a boat etc. Defts. say, they will observe their part. Hend'k Sweeringh requests, that the conditions be performed by one man as he has difference with the other, acknowledging the purchase of the yacht and the agreement. Parties being heard, defts. were ordered by the Court to deliver the stone and lime...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236908945
  • 9781236908940