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(It has been added to the list in pen that according to res. of Heren 17 of 21.11.1731 hogs are to be supplied instead of sows, 18 for ships of 160 ft length, 16 for ships of 145 ft and 12 for ships of 130 ft length).
Garst - barley
2 barrels of barley, intended for the hens or poultry; furthermore hens or poultry are provided because of the eggs which can be used for the sick. Smaller ships are given one barrel.
Hoenders - poultry
40 hens for a large ship, fewer for smaller ships.
Nog voor de cajuit mitsgaders de sieken tot het navolgende - for the cabin and also the sick the following.
The following enumeration concerns larger ships, where according to the list generally 9 people 'in the cabin' had to be supplied with provisions. Smaller ships are given somewhat less.
3 oxhoofden French wine (1 oxhoofd = 230.4 litres).
4 halve aamen Spanish wine (4 χ 76.8 litres).
2 vierendeelen Hollandse boter (small barrels of butter of about 8 pounds). 4 barrels of good beer.
150 pounds of powdered sugar.
150 pounds of treacle, or an equal quantity of honey instead. 10 pieces of smoked meat.
12 smoked tongues.
4 cumin cheeses.
4 Gouda cheeses.
4 smaltonnen of rusks, of 200 pounds nett. 10 smoked hams.
4 sacks of Turkish beans.
50 pounds of long raisins.
50 pounds of currants.
10 loot or 5 oncen of saffran (1 loot = {k once is 1/16 Amsterdam pound, or 30.9 grammes, i.e. a total of 5 χ 30.9 g. = 154.5 grammes).
20 pounds of cumin.
20 pounds of aniseed.
15 pounds of Spanish soap. 8 pounds of pepper.
3 pounds of cloves.
3 pounds of nutmeg.
3 pounds of mace.
3 pounds of cinnamon. 6 pounds of ginger.
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