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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2712 - Joao de Haro, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, authorizes Abraham Sarfati, sojourning in Zeeland, to claim from the Admiralty there 20 cases of sugar, viz. 10 cases of white sugar and 10 cases of muscovado sugar, loaded in Viana by Mathias and Lenart van Loon, merchants in Viana, in the ship De Hope of skipper Jacob Roose or Jacob Roester for the account of Joao de Haro in the name of Rafael ď Oliveira, under which name De Haro trades in Portugal. 1622, September 23 Not. Arch. 646 Ay p. 239-240 ; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 22, No. 1 (SPRING 1988), pp. 58-67.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2707 - Manuel Lopes Nunes, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, authorizes Joan Soninus (?),r merchant in Arnemuiden, to claim from the Admiralty in Zeeland or elsewhere nine cases of sugar shipped by Gaspar Caminha Rego, merchant in Viana, in the ship De Hope of skipper Jacob Roose (or Jaques Roester). This ship was seized by privateers on its journey from Viana to Amsterdam and taken to Zeeland. 1622, September 13 Not. Arch. 646 A, p. 234-235; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 22, No. 1 (SPRING 1988), pp. 58-67.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2699 - Manuel Rodrigues ď Espinosa, Portuguese merchant who has been living in Amsterdam for years, authorizes Pieter Richnut, merchant in London, to claim six casks of panelado sugar, loaded in Saint-Malo by Estienne Gautier for the account of D'Espinosa in the ship of Pieter Rosiers destined for Amsterdam. This ship was seized by a ship from La Rochelle and taken to England, where the goods were arrested by the Admiralty there. 1622, September 1 Not. Arch. 628, p. 506-508 ; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 22, No. 1 (SPRING 1988), pp. 58-67.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2693 - Notice served at the request of Sebastiao Nunes, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, upon Albert Schuijt, Hans van Soldt de Jonge and Daniel and Johan van Geel, merchants in Amsterdam, who insured goods for Nunes loaded in the ship Nossa Senhora do Rosario of skipper Manuel Alvares Serqueira for ajourney from Lisbon to Bahia de Todos os Santos. This ship left for Bahia on March 18, 1622 but became very leaky near Madeira on April 2. The skipper had no choice but to call at Madeira where the ship was caulked. After its departure on May 24 the ship was seized by French privateers at about 31 degrees on May 28. Four days later the crew was put ashore on Madeira. Nunes abandons the insured goods to the insurers for the sums insured by each of them. 1622, August 20 Not. Arch. 385 В , fol. 202 -202 v.; Not. Jacob and Nicolaes Jacobs. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherland

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2768 - Notice served at the request of Miguel de Pas, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, upon Manuel Aires and Denis Yanes (Jenes), Portuguese merchants in Amsterdam. Miguel de Pas is one of the main interested parties in the goods that were loaded in the ship of skipper Willem Tonisz. from Hamburg. This ship was seized by captain Jaques Dorliacq from La Rochelle and taken there. The interested parties appointed Aires and Yanes to have the ship and the goods released insofar asthis concerned the Portuguese. De Pas does not agree with the division made by them, estimating the cases of sugar, the small as equal to the big ones and not pro rata according to the cost-price of the reals, the ginger, and the sugar. He asks for aproper division and considers this division as null and void. Aires acknowledges the notice and Yanes says thathe division was properly made. 1622, December 21 Not. Arch. 646 A, p. 342-343 ; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE P

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2764- Hendrick Andriesz. , 50 years old, living in Vianand sojourning in Amsterdam, Jeronimo Henriques, 33 years old, Duarte Saraiva, 49 years old and Rodrigo Alvares Pinel, 35 years old, Portuguese merchants in Amsterdam, make the following statement athe request of Jorge Thomas, Portuguese merchant, also acting for Guimar Henriques. Hendrick Andriesz. and Jeronimo Henriques declare thathe original bill-of-lading in the Portuguese language was signed by Damian de Barros from Viana, former skipper of the ship De Engel Gabriel. Last year this ship left Pernambuco for Viana and was seized by privateers coming from the West Indies and taken to Amsterdam. The notary also declares thathe bill-of-lading was signed by Damian de Barros. Duarte Saraiva and Rodrigo Alvares Pinel declare thathe letters and the account from Simão Correia, living in Pernambuco, were written ad signed by Correia himself. 1622, December 14 Not. Arch. 646 A, p. 340; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN A

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2756 - Jorge Thomas, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, authorizes Abraham Sarfati, sojourning in Zeeland, to claim from the Admiralty there two cases of white sugar that had been loaded by Gonsalo and Manuel Alvares Gondin, merchants in Viana, in the ship De Hope of skipper Jacob Roose or Jacques Roester for the account of Jorge Thomas. On its journey from Viana to Amsterdam this ship was seized by privateers and taken to Zeeland. 1622, December 1 Not. Arch. 629, fol. 6v-7v.; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 22, No. 2 (AUTUMN 1988), pp. 189-196.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2749 - Jeronimo Rodrigues Mendes, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, who uses the name of Henrico Stefano when he trades with Spain and Portugal, authorizes Pieter Ravenel, merchant in Middelburg, to claim from the Admiralty in Middelburg 10 cases of muscovado sugar and 9 cases of panelado sugar, which cases were loaded by Pero Henriques in Viana in the ship De Hope of skipper Jacob Roose or Jacques Roester on the orders of Diego Teixeira Pampaio from Antwerp in the name of Henrico Stefano. On its journey this ship was seized by privateers and taken to Zeeland. 1622, November 21 Not. Arch. 628, p. 536-538; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 22, No. 2 (AUTUMN 1988), pp. 189-196.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., No. 2745 - Diogo Drago, 56 years old, Francisco Mendes Trancoso, 52 years old, Francisco Mendes de Medeiros, 50 years old and Diogo Martins Bondia, 42 years old, Portuguese merchants in Amsterdam, declare at the request of Thomas Nunes Pina, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, that they know Thomas Nunes Pina well and that they know that his Jewish name is Josua Sarfati. They know that when he sends or receives goods to and from Portugal and other countries, he uses the mark that is based upon that name. The notary declares that he had made several policies for Pina for sugar and other goods that were loaded for the account of Pina in Brazil, destined for Viana and consigned to Gaspar Caminha Rego, his agent there and shipped by this agent with this mark to Hamburg and The Netherlands. 1622, November 15 Not. Arch. 646 A, p. 310 ; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1821 - Diogo Manuel Nunes, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, proxy of Heitor Mendes de Setúbal, merchant in Lisbon, authorizes Jan de Renialme, merchant in Middelburg, to claim from the Board of the Admiralty there the goods that were loaded in Lisbon in 1618 by Heitor Mendes de Setúbal in the ship Nossa Señora de Monte de Carmo de Candelaria of skipper Luis Vas de Resinde, to be shipped to Bahia. North of the equator this ship was seized by a privateer from Zealand who took it to Zealand. 1619, August 8 Not. Arch. 625, p. 278-279 ; Not. Sibrant Cornelisz. En NOTARIAL RECORDS IN AMSTERDÃ RELATING TO THE PORTUGUESE JEWS. In: Studia Rosenthaliana: Journal for jewish literature and history in the Netherlands, University Library of Amesterdã. Vol. 15, No. 1 (MARCH 1981), pp. 143-154.

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