Interlocutory judgment. Assignees of Augustyn Heerman vs. Anna, wife of George Hack; plaintiffs attached a quantity of tobacco, brought by defendant from Virginia, and which they claim to have been sent in payment of a debt (see supra, p. 70-72); defendant asserts that the debt has been paid, and the tobacco is her private property, sent to her from Virginia by her husband; court order plaintiffs to prove that defendant, or her husband, is indebted to Aug. Heerman's estate, and how much, and that the tobacco was sent in payment; otherwise the attachment to be null and void.
October 15 1652
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial council minutes, 1638-1665. Series A1809. Volume 5.
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