Accounts to John Blackett – 16 May 1710

Document Type: Accounts
Date: 16 May 1710
Recipient: John Blackett
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 195
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1710	D Heerens Reeders Vant Schip d Tuslw: maria voor den incoop van t Schip & Equipagie tot in Tee daer Commandeur op was Pieter Tenisz Gedestinaert na Groen dog door Calloope Leck Vederom tot Niewen Dam gekeert	f 11071:10:11	

Credtt [on right side]


D Heerens Reeders Vant Schip d Tuslw: maria voor den vercoop van do Schip met Zÿn toe behoren etgadens alles eselss Equipagie Gedaen tot Buÿksloot den 16 meij 1710 door den schou’t  Secretares aldaer	f 5329: 1: 8

			verlies	f 5832: 9: --

				f 11071:10: 8


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Hr: William Spencer 1/32  183  5  8

John Firth          1/32  183  5  8

Richard Hey         3/64  273  7 14

Thomas Holt         3/64  273  7 14

John Gascoÿne       3/64  273  7 14

Petersan okhijsen   1/8   729  1  4

Petrus veth         1/16  369 10  8

Frans Robide        1/8   729  1  4

Dirk van spa       31/64 2825  1  6

                       f 5832  9 
Trading account related to a ship given in Dutch. Date taken from the credit column description, but the account might have been drawn up at a later date

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