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archive access 5075, inventory number 10518, page 644

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1761
Know all men by these presents that
on this the 10t. dag of October Ao. Dni.
1760 beforeme daniel van den Brink
Notary Publik sworne and admitted by
the Court of Holland residing en
Amsterdam, and in the presence of the
witnesses heneafter named personnalle
appeared Messrs. Louis Bousquet
and Jean Bousquet of this City
sworn Broakers who uipon theer dath
which they have done at the begenning
of their office have deponed and
declarede
that they the said deponents in theer
said qualitij have boughte
of Messrs. Charles and Theophile Case
hove of this City merchants two par
cels of sugar viz
on the 6th. day of June lastpast fifty
and eight small barrels of seeger
eender which was one tieree being
Tête and Comune a nine and three
quart great p pound for Mr. Jan Chris
on the 24 of June
tian muller, and one small barret¬
being brown Sugar a five and a half
great pl for Gerrit ten sande being
and
all marked CSC.

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Amsterdam City Archives, archive number 5075, Archief van de Notarissen ter Standplaats Amsterdam, 1578-1915, inventory number 10518, Daniel van Den Brink, Minuutacten, 1760 september,oktober

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