No. 2429 - Miguel de Pas, Denis Yanes and Felipe d'Orta Henriques, Portuguese merchants in Amsterdam, owners each for one third share of the ship De Goutsbloem of skipper Joost Jansz. from Amsterdam, authorize the widow of Laurens Bondius and Company in Middelburg to claim five cases of sugar that had been loaded for their account in the said ship by Joan Rabelo Pega in Oporto and to demand restitution of the freight-price of the sugar and other goods loaded in the ship. On its journey from Oporto to Dunkirk the said ship was seized by a Dutch man-of-war and taken to Flushing where it was unloaded by the Admiralty. They also authorize her to sell the ship, obeying the orders given by Bento Osorio. 1621, June 15 Not. Arch. 628, p. 318-320; 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. 19, No. 1 (MAY 1985), pp. 79-90.
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