Declaration of Paulus Leendersen van der Grist that in a voyage from Curaçao he had by stress of weather been obliged to put into Ireland and to sell tobacco there consigned to Amsterdam

Declaration. Paulus Leendertsen van die Grist, that he had been obliged by stress of weather in a voyage from Curaçao, to put into Ireland with his ship, the Neptune, in 1645, and to sell tobacco there belonging to Frans Bruyn and John Porter, consigned to Amsterdam; with an invoice of the same. [1647]
Date Original
June 19 1647
Van Tienhoven, Cornelis
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Secretary of the Province. Register of the Provincial Secretary, 1642-1660. Series A0270-78. Volume 2, document 157f - 157g, page 1.
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