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without loss or damage, also pledging his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, submitting the same to all laws and judges. Done in Fort Orange, the 2d of August, A.D. 1660. This is the mark -|- of Jan Martensen, with his own hand set. Jan Verbeeck, Fran* Barens Pastoor.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of the honorable Sander Leenderse [Glen] and Rutger Jacobsen commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Pieter Lockermans senior, burger and inhabitant of said village, who declares that he has granted and conveyed as by these presents he does grant and convey in real and actual possession to the behoof of Jan Costerse Van Aken his heirs or assigns, his house and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck adjoining to the south Henderick De Backer, to the north the grantor, the lot and house is in front on the street one rod eleven feet and nine inches wide, length north and south five rods less three inches, to the west the breadth is one rod and eleven feet, which lot is a part of the patent to him, the grantor, given by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date the 7th of July, A. D., 1653; for which house and lot the grantor acknowledges that he has satisfaction and promises the same to free from all demands, claims and pretensions which may hereafter arise against the same, pledging his person and estate, personal and real, present and future, and submitting the same to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange the 2d of August, 1660.

PXETEll LOOCKERMANS.
Sander Lenrsen,
Rutger Jacobsen.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the court of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, Nicolaes Meyer merchantat Amsterdam in New Netherland, who declared in presence of the afternamed witnesses that he had appointed and empowered as by these presents he does appoint and empower Jan Costersen Van Aken, burger and inhabitant of the aforesaid village of Beverwyck, to appear before the court in his absence, and to defend his action for injuries done against the subscriber by Pieter Adriaensen Soogemackelyck, and further the same by process of law, the affidavits and other evidences to produce for the advantage of the subscriber; to proceed against the said Pieter Adriaense, and all things to do and perform which the subscriber being present might or could do; and if the matter requires greater and more special authority than stands expressed herein, promising at all times to hold good and true all that shall be done by virtue of this paper, on pledge of his person and estate, personal and real.

Thus done in Fort Orange the 3d of August, A. 1). 1660, in presence of Reyndert Pieterse [Baroquier] and Pieter Bronck as witnesses hereto invited.

Nicolaes Meyer. This is the mark ppo/ Reyndert Pieterse with his own hand set. Pieter Bronck.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland admitted vice director and clerk at Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, residing at said Fort, in the presence of the honorable Rutger Jacobsen and Evert Janse Wendel, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Pieter Bronck burger and inhabitant of the aforesaid village, who declares that he is well, truly and honestly indebted to Reyndert Pietersen [Baroquier,] in the sum of eight hundred and thirty-two guilders in good whole merchantable beaver's skins for goods to his content received with the interest on the same; which above written sum of eight hundred and thirty-two guilders together with the interest aforesaid, he promises to pay on the first of July, 1661, and specially he pledges his brewery and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck as a mortgage for the payment of the aforewritten sum, as also his person and estate real and personal, present and future, submitting the same to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange the 4th of August, A.D., 1660.

Pieter Bronck.
Rutger Jacobsen,
Evert Janse Wendel.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montaone, Clerk at Fort Orange.

I, the undersigned Reyndert Pieterse, acknowledge that the above mortgage which stands as a charge against Pieter Bronck is wholly paid and satisfied.

Done in Fort Orange the 5th of August, A.D., 1662.

This is the mark of p p Reyndert Pieterse, with his own hand set.

In my presence,

J. Provoost, Clerk.

Appeared before me, Johannes Provoost, in the service of, etc., Madame Johanna Ebbinghs, wife of Jeronimus Ebbinghs, who declares in the presence of the afternamed witnesses, on the one side, that she has sold, and Aert Pieterse [Tack,] and Jan Willemsen, of the other side, that they have bought a piece of land lying in the Esopus in New Netherland, adjoining to the north and to the west the seller, to the south the thicket [Jcreupel bosch,'] to the east the hill, comprising forty-eight morgens and seventy-two rods, for the sum of six hundred and fifty guilders to be paid in three installments; the first, on the first of June, A.D. 1661, two hundred guilders, in good whole beavers; the second, on the first of June, A.D. 1662, half in grain at market price, and the other half in beavers as before; and the third installment on the first of June, A.D. 16(i."i, two hundred and fifty guilders ingrain, whole beavers as specified above.

Thus done and with the friendship and amity of all, contracted and agreed in the presence of Arent Van den Bergh and Gillis den Necker as witnesses hereto invited on this 5th of August, A.D. 1660, at Fort Orange.

Johanna Ebbinck.
This is the mark of M Aert Pieterse with his own hand set.
This is the mark of + JAN Willemsen with his own hand set.
This is the mark of AD Arent Van den Bergh,
with his own hand set.

This is the mark of -\- Gillis den Necker,
with his own hand set.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montague, by the Hecr director general, etc., in the presence of honorable Jan Veerbeck and Frans Barentse Pastoor, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Sander Leendersen Glen, who acknowledges that he is well, truly and honestly indebted to Dirck Janssen Croon, in the sum of five hundred and seventysix guilders, with interest on the same at ten per cent, to begin from this date to be paid in good whole merchantable beaver skins, at eight guilders a piece, which aforesaid sum of five hundred and seventy-six guilders Sander Leenderse aforesaid promises to pay to the said Dirck Janssen Croon, or his attorney, in the month of June, 1661, specially pledging therefor his house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck, adjoining to the east, Jan Tomassen, to the west, Annetie Bogardus, and which Jan Vinhagel at present occupies, as a fast pledge and mortgage for the payment of the aforesaid sum, and on a pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, the same submitting to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange, the 13th of August, A. D. 1660.

Sander Lenrsen.
Jan Verbeeck.
Frans Barentse Pastoor.

La Montagne. Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., Adriaen Janssen Croon, now about to depart for patria, who declares, in the presence of the afternamed witnesses, that he has appointed and empowered, as by these presents he does, the honorable Adriaen Gerritsen [Papendorp] in the subscriber's name and for his sake to demand, collect and receive here in Fort Orange, in New Netherland, or elsewhere in Manhatans such debts and moneys as to him are due, according to the evidences thereof, of his receipts acquittance to pass, and in case of refusal of payment, to procure by law and the rigor of justice, sentence and extreme execution, and even by arrest to proceed against persons and goods, and moreover all things to do and perform which he, the subscriber being present might or could do, promising at all times to hold as good and true all that shall be done by virtue of this paper, under pledge according to law.

Thus done in Fort Orange, the 20th of August, A. D. 1660, in presence of Johannes Provoost and Nataniel Pieterse [Van Leyden], as witnesses.

Adryaen Janse Croon.
Johannes Provoost, witness.
Nathaniel Pieterse.

Appeared before mc Johannes La Montague, by the Heer director general etc , the honorable commissaries of this jurisdiction in the persons of Anderics Herbertsen and Kutger Jacobsen, who declare that they have granted and conveyed as by these presents they do grant and convey in real and actual possession to the behoof of Adriaen Janse Van Ilpendam and Catalyn Berx widow of the late Dirk Bensinck, their heirs or assigns, a certain lot lying in the village of Beverwyck, to the south Dirk Bensick deceased, to the north Adriaen Janse Van Ilpendam, east and west a street, breadth twenty-eight feet and four inches length from one street to the other, to wit east and west, which lot the aforesaid grantors in the aforementioned character promise to free from all claims or pretensions which may hereafter come against it, arising from the interest which the community of this place or the village of Beverwyck may have in the same.

Done in Fort Orange the 23d of August, A. D. 1660.

Andries Herberts.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montaune, Clerk in Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes LaMontagne, by the Heer director general etc., in the presence of the honorable Johan Verbeeck and Evert Jansen Wendel, commissaries of the same jurisdiction, Catalyn Bercx widow of the late Dirck Bensick who declares that she has granted and conveyed as by these presents she does grant and convey in real and actual possession to the behoof Jacob Tyssen Van der Heyden, his heirs or assigns, a certain house and lot lying in the village of Beverwyck adjoining to the south Adriaen Jansen Van Ilpendam and to the north the grantee, the lot to the north is ten rods long, to the south the same, East and west the breadth is one rod, eleven feet and six inches, which lot is a part of the patent granted to Daniel Binchout by the Heer director general and council of New Netherland, of date the 25th of October, A. D. 1653, which the grantor aforesaid has received from him by conveyance; also her part of the lot received by conveyance from the honorable commissaries of this jurisdiction; for which the grantor acknowledges that she has received full satisfaction and therefore promises the same to free from all demands, claims or pretensions which may hereafter arise, on a pledge of her person and estate personal and real, present and future, submitting the same to all laws and judges.

Done in Fort Orange the 23d of August, A. D. 1660.

This is the mark X of Catalyn Bcrcx with her own hand set.
Jan Verberck.
Ecrrt Jtnt.tr Winufcf.

Acknowledged before mc,

Clerk at Fort Orange.

(Copy). Appeared before us undersigned magistrates [Schepenen] of the city of Amsterdam in New Netherland, Tryntie Janse the wife of Rut Jacobsen dwelling at Fort Orange in the village of Beverwyck, and acknowledges that she is well and truly indebted to the Heer Cornelis Steenwyck magistrate of the city aforesaid in the sum of five thousand four hundred and eighty-two guilders and two stuivers growing out of the matter of an obligation of date the 24th of November, 1657, passed by her husband to hiro, Heer Steenewyck, which aforesaid five thousand four hundred and eighty-two guilders and two stuivers, she, the subscriber, by virtue of a power of attorney of date the 27th of August, 1658, from her husband Rut Jacobsen aforesaid, wherein was approved whatever shall be done by her in this matter; promised to satisfy and pay next May, 1659, with interest on the same at one per cent a month beginning on the first of May, 1658 and ending in May, 1659 aforesaid, in good whole beavers at eight guilders apiece, pledging therefor as a special mortgage her house and lot standing and lying here in the Manhattans, to the north, the High street, to the west, the house and lot of William Herck, as also the subscriber's certain house and lot standing and lying in Fort Orange; also her person and estate, real and personal, nothing excepted, subject to all laws and judges. In witness of the truth, this is subscribed by her as well as by the Heer magistrates, Johannes De Peyster and Isaac De Foreest this 4th of September 1658, in Amsterdam, in New Netherland, and confirmed by the Heer president, the city seal being affixed.

Below stood, agrees with the original aforesaid; and was subscribed.

Johannes Nevis, Secretary.

Appeared before me Johannss La Montagne by the Heer director general, etc., the honorable Rutger Jacobsen, commissary of the same jurisdiction, who has requested that the above mortgage should be recorded in the Register of this Court, which in presence of Anderies Herbertsen and Evert Janse Wendel, magistrates of said court is done, to be used in fitting time and place.

Done in Fort Orange, the 24th of August, A.D. 1660.

Rutqee Jacobsen.
Evert Wendel.

Appeared before me, Johannes La Montagne, by the Heer director general, etc., in the presence of honorable Andries Herbertsen and Frans Barentsen Pastoor, magistrates of said court, Jan Martensen [de Wever,] who acknowledges that he is well, truly and honestly indebted to Mr. Jan Bastiaensen Van Gudsenhoven in the sum of one thousand and forty-two guilders two stuivers and eight pennies in good whole merchantable beaver skins at eight guilders apiece, growing out of the receipt of invoices of goods and merchandise, which said sum of one thousand and forty-two guilders two stuivers and eight pennies, the aforesaid Jan Martensen promises to pay to the said Jan Bastiaensen Gudsenhoven, or his attorney on the first of July, 1661, for which the aforesaid Jan Martensen specially pledges and mortgages his house, lot and garden lying in the village of Beverwyck and not at present occupied, to secure the payment if need be of the aforesaid sum without cost and loss; also his

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