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Know all men by these presents, that I Anthonia Huyghens
Wedow Nicolaas Calkoen, of Amsterdam
do make Constitute and Appoint Mr. Thimoty nucella of
London Merchant and Mrs. Mary Bolwerk, d
London Spinster, Jointly or separately
my true and lawfull Attorneys, for me in my name and
on my behalf, to assign and transfer unto any Person or Persons who
soever Five hundred Pounds, of my
share or stock in the Capital and Principal stock of the Gover
nour and Company of Merchants of Great Btittain, trading te
the South Sea and other parts of America and for encourageing the
sishery, and also to receive the consideration moneys thereof, and
in my said Name to give full acquitance and dscharge for the same
Ratifying and Confirming all that my said Attornys or either of them
shall do therein by virtue hereof. In wittness whereof, I have hereun¬
to sett my hand and Seal in Amsterdam aforesaid the therti ferst
day of October Ao. Dni. one thousand seven hundred and
Signed and Sealed
Anthonia Huyghens
in the presence of us.
wed. Nics: Calhoen
D: Vanden Brink
A. Fredk: Adami
D Vanden Brink


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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