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The Saint George Master John Martens dorp:

The Clayme of Charles Vincque marchans of Antwerp for twenty
Secons of Coucheneale of the first marke in the margent. And three
potacos of tobacco of the second marke; And seaventeene Pinias
of the third marke weighing foure hundred and three markes
seaven ounces. And three barrettons of the fourth marke weighing
sixty eight markes, and halfe an ounce. And forty peeces of silver
without markes and numbers, weighing seaven hundred twenty nine
markes No 1405 weighing one hundred twenty five markes. And for two
barres of silver No 9. 13 with the sixth marke, weighing two hundred
And eleven markes two ounces. And for seaven peeces of silver videlicet each
peece of the seventh marke, three peeces of the eight marke And one
peece of the ninth marke weighing together one hundred seaventy
fower markes three ounces and a quarter. And for seaven And twenty
barrettons silver without markes or numbers, weighing together one hundred and
fifteene markes, three and a halfe ounces. And for six and twenty barrettons
Silver without markes or numbers weighing together one hundred and
twelve markes fower and a halfeounce. And for one Case or the tenth
marke, wherein are fourteene peeces of silver weighing together three
hundred and tenn markes fower ounces. And for five bundles of silver
No. 1. 2. 3. 4. & 5. of the eleventh marke, weighing saeven hundred and
two markes and three ounces. And for five Barrettons silver of the
twelfth marke weighing together one hundred and nine markes, three
ounces and a halfe. And for twelve barrettons of silver of the thirteenth
marke weighimg three hundred thirty seven markes halfe and ounce.

The Clayme of John Govertsen vandegraeff Merchant of Antwerp for
two baggs of the first marke containing one thousand peeces of eight
each in all two thousand peeces of eight, And for two baggs of the sec=
ond marke contayning each five hundred peeces of eight in all a thousand
peeces of eight

The Clayme of the widdow of Isaack Ypermans of Antwerp for 2 baggs
marked as in the margent No. 1. 2. containing a Thousand of eight Peru coyne.