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estate, real and personal, nothing excepted, submitting the same to the authority of all laws and judges.

Done in the village of Beverwyok, the 18th of November, A.D., 1661.

J. G. V. Marcken.

On this 19th day of November, A.D., 1661, appeared before the honorable Messieurs, Farmers of the Excise, Jurriaen Teunisse [Glasemacker,] Pieter Adriaensen [Soogemackelyck,] and Arent Vanden Bergh, who offered themselves as sureties, each as principal, for the payment of the sum of three thousand, eight hundred and sixty-seven guilders for which Jan Gerritse Van Marcken became the Farmer of the Excise, according to the above conditions, for the payment of which, pledging their persons and estates, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, submitting the same to the authority of all laws and judges.

Done in Boverwyck, ut supra.

Jurejan Tunsen. Pieter Andriaen. This is the mark AD "'" Arent Van Den Bergh,

with his own hand set.

The above Farming of the Excise was made in presence of the Messieurs Clerk and Commissaries to which their honors bear witness.

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

BuTGER JACOBSEN,

Frans Barentse Pastoor.
Evert Janse Wendel.
Adriaen Gerritse.

Appeared before me Johannes Provoost, clerk of the Court of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, Adriaen Symonse Boer, who declares in presence of the afternamed witnesses that he has granted and conveyed as by these presents ho does, to Jan Fransen Van Hoesen two certain obligations, the one of Uldrick Kleyn for the sum of one hundred and sixteen guilders in beavers, with interest on the same; the other of Dirckjen Martensen amounting to two hundred guilders in beavers, also with proper interest, the same to be received in real ownership for the securing of the payment for board and other things, for which the assignor is indebted to the aforesaid Jan Fransen Von Hoescm, for which he pledges his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Beverwyck the last of October, A.D. 1661, in presence of Juriaen Teunise [Glasemacker] and Aernout Cornelissen [Viele.]

Aryaen Symense.
Jurejan Tun&en, witness.
Arnout Cornelise Wilen.

Acknowledged before me,

Johannes Provoost, Clerk.

Conditions on which the clerk and commissaries of Fort Orange and village of Beverwyck, propose to farm out to the highest bidder the burgher wine and beer excise for the space of one year. The farming as well as the excise shall begin on the first of November of this year, 1661, and end on the last day of October, A.D. 1662, according to the ordinances of our fatherland. The farmer shall receive for a tan of strong beer one dollar, for a tun of small beer ten stuivers, for a hogshead of French wine six guilders, for an ancker of brandy, Spanish wine or waters [spirits] two guilders, at twelve white and six black seewants to the stuiver, and the farmer shall not refuse certificates (ceelen), to any burghers to whom the burgher excise has been granted (?). The collector shall be holden to furnish two sufficient sureties, each for all and as principals, to the content of the Messieurs farmers of the excise, to pay the aforesaid burger's excise, every quarter year a just fourth part of the whole sum, in good strung seewant at twelve white and six black seewants (sewantiens), a stuiver, and in case the collector fail of the aforesaid sureties, then the said farming shall be offered again at sale at his cost and charge, and whatever less it becomes worth he shall be holden to make good, and whatever more it shall become worth, no profit shall acrue to him. Marcelis Janse [Van Bommel] remained the last bidder for the above farming of the excise, for the sum of two thousand two hundred and eight guilders, the same to be paid at twelve white and six black seewants the stuiver, according to the above conditions, for the payment of which, Mr. Gysbert Van Imborgh and Jan Labite offer themselves as sureties and principals to the content of the Messieurs Farmers of the excise, on pledge of their persons and estates, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Beverwyck the first of November, A.D. 1661.

Marcelys Janssen,

Jan Labitie,

Guysbert Van Imbrock.1

Appeared before me J. La Montagne, in behalf of the honorable messieurs directors of the general privileged West India company and their honors the director general and council of New Netherland, vice director and clerk at Fort Orange and the village of Beverwyck, in the presence of Philip Pieterse Schuyler and Adrian Gerritse [Papendorp,] commissaries, etc., Marcelis Janse inhabitant of the village of Beverwyck, who declares that he has granted and conveyed to Jan Gerritsen [Van Marcken,] also an inhabitant in this place, the burger excise of wine and beer here consumable, according to the above conditions, for which, Jurriaen Teunisse, Pieter Adriaenssen [Soogemackelyck] and Arent Vandon Bergh, stand sureties as principals, for which they pledge their persons and estates, real and personal, present and future, submitting the same to all laws and judges.

Done in Beverwyck the 25th of November, A.D. 1661.

J. G. Marcken, Marcelys Janssen. Jurejan Tunsen. This is the mark AB °f Arent Vanden Beroii, Philip Pieterse [Sehuylcr,~] Adriaen Gerritse [Papendorp.] Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

1 Uuysbert Vail Imbrock was a surgeon, and settled at Wlltwyck or Esopus.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of the honorable Evert Wendel and Adriaen Gerritsen [Papendorp] commissaries, etc., Marcelis Janssen [Van Bommel] who declares by these presents that he makes over and pledges to Doctor [Meester] Gysbert Van Imborgh and Jan Labit£, the two last payments on his house, which Asser Levy has bought at public sale; further all his estate, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, all of which grows out of the bail for the burgher excise, synde lards middekn, which abovewritten is to last until the final payment of the aforesaid excise.

Thus done in Beverwyck, the first of November, A. D. 1661.

Maercelys Janssen. Evert Janse Wendel. Adriaen Gerretsen. Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Philip Pieterse Schuyler and Adriaen Gerritse [Papendorp], commissaries, etc., Pieter Bronck, who acknowledges and declares by these presents, that he is well, truly and honestly indebted to Jacob Geveck, in the sum of two thousand two hundred and seventy-two Carolus guilders, payable in good whole merchantable beaverskins, at eight guilders a piece, for which I, Bronck, promise to pay yearly as interest one guilder for each beaver [12} per cent], which shall continue until the full payment of the principal sum; for which I pledge my person and estate, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, and especially I offer as a fast mortgage and special pledge my brewjiouse and millhouse with the lot, for the recovery of the aforesaid sum of two thousand two hundred and seventy-two guilders with the interest thereon, if need be, without loss or cost.

Done in Fort Orange, the 17th of November, A. D. 1661.

Pietek Bronck.

Philip Pieter sen.

Adriaen Gerretsen.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

I, the undersigned Jacob Gevick, acknowledge that the above mortgage (standing against Pieter Bronk), Is fully paid and satisfied. Done in Fort Orange, the 5th of August, A. D. 1662.

This is the mark of -f- Jacob Gevick,

with his own hand set. In my presence,

J. Provoost, Clerk.

Conditions on which Mr. Francoys Boon proposes to sell at public sale to the highest bidder, his house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck.— First. The buyer shall receive the aforesaid house, kitchen and lot, as it stands in fence, with all that is fast by earth and nailed. The

Hist. Col. iv. 38

delivery shall be made on the first of May, A. D. 1662, on the express condition, that the seller, after the delivery, shall occupy the aforesaid house and lot, as lessee, until the first day of November, for which the buyer shall deduct from the first payment thirteen beavers. Payment shall be made in two installments, in good whole merchantable beaverskins, at eight guilders a piece, of which the first half shall be in June, A. D. 1662, and the second also in the month of June, 1663. With the last payment the patent shall be delivered to the buyer. The buyer shall be holden to furnish two sufficient sureties, each for all as principals, immediately, to the content of the seller. If the buyer cannot furnish the said sureties in said time, then said house and lot shall be offered for sale again at his cost and charge, and whatever less it comes to be worth, he shall make good, and whatever more it becomes worth, he shall derive no profit therefrom. The auction fees become a charge to the buyer. On the above conditions Jocheni Wesselse Backer remained the highest bidder for the sum of one thousand five hundred and two guilders, on pledge of his person and estate, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, putting the same in subjection to all laws and judges.

Done in Beverwyck, the 18th of November, A. D. 1661.

This is the mark,-JOH BAKER-of Jochem Wesselse Backer,

with his own hand set.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montaone, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Appeared before me Johannes La Montagne, in the service of, etc., in the presence of Frans Barentse Pastoor and Evert Janssen Wendel, commissaries, etc, Jochem Wesselse Backer, who acknowledges that he is well, truly and honestly indebted to Francoys Boon, in the sum of one

thousand five hundred and two Carolus guilders, payable in good whole, * * *

[The remainder of this bond is wanting].

Appeared before me Johannes La Montague, in the service of, etc., two Indians, the one named Sioketas, and the other named Sachemoes, the son of Keesje Wey, owners, and having authority from the other owners, of the land upon the north river, on the westbank between Marten Gerritse's [Van Bergen] island and the Nenten Hoeck, among the Indians, named Koxhackung; the cleared laud being a parcel away in the woods (together with the kil), extending from said kil, which lies over against Marten Gerritse's island, westward unto the Katskil path, from thence southward along the path to the Stcnekil, thence eastward until over against the Noten Hoeck, and thence northward along the river to the aforesaid kil, which lies over against Marten Gerritse's island; which land and kil the grantors declare they have sold, granted and conveyed, as they do by these presents, to Pieter Bronck, inhabitant of the Village of Beverwyck, with all the right and title, which they, the grantors, therein have, for a certain sum in goods, to be paid to them, amounting to about one hundred and fifty guilders in beavers, of which sum the buyer promises to pay the half next May, when he shall come to live there, and the other half on the first of May, A. D. 1663.

Thus done in Fort Orange, the 13th of January, A. D. 1662, in presence of Jan Verbeeck, Frans Barentse [Pastoor] and Jan Dareth, as witnesses hereto invited.

This is the mark -f- of Sioketas, with his own hand set.

This is the mark of + Siachemoes, with his own hand set.

PlETER BRONCK.

This is the mark of -\- Pawanoos, as witness.
Jan Verbeeck.
Frans Barentse Pastoor.
Jan Dareth.
Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

Conditions on which the widow of Henderick De Backer, deceased, proposes to sell at public sale to the highest bidder her house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck, to wit the same, which she at present occupies. *****

[This paper is unexecuted and erased].

Conditions on which Jan Lambertsen [Van Bremen] proposes to sell at public sale to the highest bidder his house and lot, lying in the Village of Beverwyck and occupied by Marten Hoffman,1 saddler (saelmaker). The buyer shall receive the house and lot next Amsterdam Fairday, with all that is therein fast by earth and nailed; the lot is six rods long and three rods broad, the patent of which the buyer shall receive on the last payment, with a proper conveyance. The payment shall be made in two installments in good whole merchantable beavers, the first on the delivery of said house and lot, and the second on the first of June, A. D. 1663. The buyer shall be holden to furnish two sufficient sureties, each for all as principals, immediately, to the content of the seller. If the buyer cannot furnish the above mentioned sureties in said time, then shall said house and lot be offered for sale again at his cost and charge, and whatever legs it comes to be worth he shall be holden to make good, and whatever more it becomes worth, he shall derive no profit therefrom. The auction fees shall become a charge to the buyer. On the above conditions Cobus Janssen remained the buyer of the house of Jan Lambertsen, for the sum of four hundred Carolus guilders, according to said conditions; for which Frans Barentse Pastoor and Seger Cornelise [Van Voorhoudt] offered themselves as sureties and each as principals, to pay the aforesaid sum, if necessary, on pledge of their persons and estates, real and personal, present and future, submitting the same to the force of all laws and judges.

Done in Beverwyck, the 19th of January, A. D. 1662.

This is the mark of + Cobus Janssen,

with his own hand set. Frans Barentse Pastoor.

_ . . , , \4x\ x of Seger Cornelise, with his

This is the mark «5^V own hand set.

Acknowledged before me,

La Montagne, Clerk at Fort Orange.

1 Marten Hoffman was still living in Albany, in 1078, when he sold his honse and lot to Cornells Cornelise Van dcr lloevo.— i)e«fo, I, 500.

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