Minutes of the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens, May 8, 1666, to Sept. 5, 1673, Inclusive

Minutes of the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens, May 8, 1666, to Sept. 5, 1673, 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: ...defts. P'.' demands from defts. the passage money of Jacob van Corlear, for w'-" def'.S remained bail at his departure. Defts. deny to have remained security and say further, that they once conversed with the p'-' hereupon, but could not agree, whereupon the p'-' then erased the abovenamed Jacob Corlear's name from the list, since which time they had no arrangement with the p'-' hereupon. P'-' replies and says, he refers it to def'? oath. Symon Jansen Romeyn declares, that on M! Olof Stevensen's arrival he heard the def? Evert Pieters say, that the bill of exchange for Corlears passage was returned protested, thereto adding, " and notwithstanding M? Gerrit must be paid and I know not how it is, that Stephanus acts so as if he knew nothing of it." The W: Court suspend their judgment until next Court day. Jan Hendricx van Gunst, plt., against Jannetie Jacobs, def! P'-' says, that def? has a pair of gold ornaments, which were heretofore stolen from him. He demands restitution. Deft. says, she bought them from a French woman, whose name she does not know and paid fl. 48. seawant for them. The W: Court order p'-' to prove at the next Court day, that they belong to him and def?, from whom she bought them. Richard Cornwell, plt: v/s Pieter Poulussen, def. in an act: of debt to the summe of f. 33. Uppon hearing of the Debates of both parties, this Worshipp'.' Court did decree & order, that the deft: should pay the plt: the sum of thirtie gild'? Seawant, in ful of his debt, together with Cost of Suit. Dirck Jansen Smith, plt. v/s Jan Adriaensen, deft: The P'-' declareth that the deft: ...show more

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