Court proceedings: Various actions for debt

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Tobias Teunissen, plaintiff, against Cornelys Jansen; defendant's second default.

Jan Hendrixen, plaintiff, against Phillip Gerardy; defendant's first default.

Isbrandt Dirrixen Goedthart, plaintiff, against Abram [      ] ; defendant's third default.

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. . . testimony of the truth [      ] signed with his own hand,
Reinier Gauckes ]
Acknowledged by Carl v. Brugge ]

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Thomas Hall, plaintiff, against Lodewyck Pos; defendant's second default.

Nicolaes Boot, plaintiff, against Lysbet van Hooghvelt; [      ] default.

Dirrick Teunissen, plaintiff, against Nowe Janse; [      ] default.

Lenius Joresen, plaintiff, against Francois Pachod; the plaintiff demands that the defendant return his canoe which the Indians sold to the defendant and which he, the plaintiff, has been missing for about one year.

The director and council order ] the defendant to seek his claim from the Indians who sold it to the defendant.

Cornelys Aertsen, plaintiff, against Cornelys van Tienhoven [      ] default.

Jan Coopall, plaintiff. against Jan Haes.[1]

Jan Haes, plaintiff, against Jan Coopall; [      ] default.

Upon the petition of Frederyck Aiken: the director and council shall reconsider the petitioner's request next spring.


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Translation: Gehring, C., trans./ed., New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Vol. 5, Council Minutes, 1652-1654 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.: 1983).A complete copy of this publication is available on the New Netherland Institute website.