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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1814 - Duarte Esteves de Pina and Gomes Pinel, merchants inAmsterdam, authorize Domingos Faros da Fonseca to claim sugar that arrived in Porto from Brazil for their account, viz. 42 cases from Pernambuco, sent by Francisco Gomes Pina and 3 cases from Bahia, sent by Custodia Nunes. The sugar was confiscated by the fiscal authorities because Diogo Henriques Pina, to whom they had been consigned, was out of the country. 1619, August 3 Not. Arch. 645 A, p. 799-800; 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1806 - Albert Schuijt, Hendrik Thibault, Emanuel Carvalho and David de l'Hommel, merchants in Amsterdam, acting for themselves and the other parties that are interested in muscovado sugar and other goods of Gaspar Luis, Christoffel Bras or Manuel Andre, Estienna da Costa, Pantalios Luis and others, that were seized by French ships, pass a power of attorney to appear before the Parliament of Paris and to protest against the arrest put on 200 cases of muscovado sugar»». 1619, July 29 Not. Arch. 382, fol. 35-35 v.; Not. Jacob and N ico laes Jacobs. Deed in French. 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1804 - Skipper Isack Pauwelsz. from Rotterdam declares at the request of Sebastiao Ribeiro, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, that a shortime ago he arrived from Lisbon in Rotterdam with the ship Bonaventura In Lisbon he only loaded nine cases of panelado sugar from Petro Frances Barnaldes, merchant in Lisbon, to be delivered in Amsterdam to Ribeiro in the name of Samuel Sautin, according to the bill of lading that was signed by the skipper. 1619, July 26 Not. Arch. 645 A, p. 774; 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1802 - Jorge Vas, broker in Amsterdam, Jacques van Hanswijck, merchant in Amsterdam, and the notary himself make a statement at the request of Jeronimo Rodrigues de Sousa, acting for Luis Nunes, merchant in Lisbon, concerning an insurance of 100 punds Flemish on sugar and other goods loaded in the ship St. Joan Bautista of skipper Diogo Mendes, shipped for the account and risk of the said skipper from Pernambuco to Porto. 1609, July 26 Not. Arch . 645 A, p. 772-773 ; 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1801 - Jeronimo Henriques, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam, 30 years old, makes the following statement athe request of Simon Gomes Dias. In 1608 Dias left Aveiro for Pernambuco in the company of Jose Frazao with the ship of Manuel Domingos, where he arrived in September 1606. He stayed there till 1608. He had a shop there near St. Peter's church. In 1608 Dias left for Rio de Janeiro in the company of Don Fernando and he returned to Pernambuco in 1609 in the company of Gonsalo Fernandes d'Olivensa. In 1609 Dias went to Lisbon in the company of Paulo de Pina with the ship of De Pina with skipper Thome Nunes and from there he came to this country. Jeronimo Henriques was on friendly terms with Dias in Pernambuco. 1609, July 26 Not. Arch. 645A,p. 768-769; Not. Sibant 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 1

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1800 - David Ovale, 40 years old, Portuguese in Amsterdam, makes the following statement a the request of Simon Gomes Dias, Portuguese merchant in Amsterdam. In1606 Dias left Aveiro for Pernambuco where he lived until 1608. He ran a shop there. Dias went to Rio de Janeiro in the company of Don Fernando. Ovale lived in Pernambuco and was on friendly terms with Dias. 1619, July 25 Not. Arch. 645A,p. 770-771; 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1799 - The notary declares to have translated into Dutch a Portuguese manuscript, passed before and signed by Feliciano Sevran, clerk of the fiscal authorities inPorto, drawn up on May 21, 1619 at the request of Claes Willems Gort, skipper of the ship St. Jacob on the strength of a minute by Doctor Manuel Veloso da Veiga, prosecutor of the Inquisition of Coimbra. From the manuscript it appears that many cases of sugar were confiscated from this ship, among which 41 cases that had been loaded by Alvaro Gomes Bravo. The manuscript and signatures were authenticated by Aleixo Feireira de Aravio, notary and by several merchants in Porto. The notary also declares to have seen an affìdavit, passed before the burgomasters of Amsterdam on March 26, 1619, in which skippers Cornelis Jansse from Hoorn, Jan Marts from Schellinkhout and Cornelis Belten from Amsterdam declare at the request of the said Gort, that when their ships were lying in Porto to be loaded in August 1618, many people were t

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1797 - Thomas Nunes Pina, merchant in Amsterdam, authorizes Andre Monis in Porto to claim all sugar and other goods that belong to Pina and that have been confiscated by the fiscal authorities there. 1619, July 24 Not. Arch. 645 A, p. 765-766 ; 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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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1784 - Diogo da Silva, acting for Luis Fernandes Castello Branco, merchant in Lisbon, authorizes Abram Bischop, merchant in Middelburg, to claim from the Board of the Admiralty in Middelburg the goods that were loaded by Branco in Lisbon in the ship A Señora de Monte de Carmo de Candelaria of skipper Luis Vas de Resinde. On its voyage from Rio de la Plata by way of Bahia this ship was seized by privateers and taken to Zealand. The goods amounted to 878, 740 reis or 970 pounds, 5 shillings Flemish (at 106 groats a crusado). These goods, that were insured in Amsterdam by Da Silva for 700 punds Flemish, have been abandoned to the insurers. Bisschop is to claim the goods up till the remaining sum of 270 pounds, 5 shillings Flemish. 1619, July 15 Not. Arch. 625, p. 257-259 ; 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.

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Referencia bibliografica Koen, E. M., and Lehmann Ruth P., Nr. 1782 - Jan Martsz. from Schellinkhout, 30 years old, formerly skipper of the ship De Jaeger , declares upon the request of Francisco Coutinho, that when his ship was being loaded in Porto for the last time, the Inquisition unloaded several cases of sugar from the ship, one of which was consigned to Coutinho. 1619, July 12 Not. Arch. 382, fol. 15; Not. Jacob and Nico laes Jacobs. 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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