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Palatines imported in the Ship Candide from Amsterdam August 19, 1786

[List 333] [ Letter of Lewis Farmer, transmitting lists of passengers, May 19th 1786.]

I beg leave to transmit to his Excellency the President, and the Honourable the Supreme Executive Council the Names of German Passengers who arrived in this Port from May 11th 1785 to December following of the Same Year, being as appears by the Lists of the Different Captains Six Hundred and Sixty five, out of which Three Hundred and Thirty were bound and Registered before me, I likewise assigned Sixty Three Irish passengers.

I have the Honour to be with the greatest Respect. Gentleman Your most Obedient And Very humble Servant Lewis Farmer.

Philadelphia, May 19th 1786

[Endorsed;] 1786, May 19th, from Coln. Lewis Farmer, List of German Passengers,

Lewis Farmer

[List 334] List of Passengers on board the Ship Candide, Capt. Lournois, from Amsterdam, {August 19, 1786,]

  • J. F. Weyland
  • Jos. Berenger
  • John Hufke
  • Lebreght Ken
  • Jacob Vey
  • F. Anthony
  • J. Kinsel
  • Leonard Pering
  • Christian Reiswinar
  • Cathart Reiswinar
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  • Lewis Sneider
  • Abraham Dicks
  • Jacob Lehman
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  • Peter Cloos
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  • Christian Hoofman
  • J. F. Hoffman
  • Christian Teresa Hoffman (child)
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  • Dorothy Hoffman (child)
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  • Henry Pikell
  • Hans Peters
  • Ludwig Rediken
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  • John Kepsky

Adriaan Laernoes [Captian.] I do certify that in Conformity with the duty of my Office, I visited the within mentioned Vessel, at the proper place; & made the Inquiries directed by Law; & that they all appear to be in perfect Health both in body & Mind.

Phila. August 22nd, 1786

Saml. F. Jones Deputy Health Officer

Sworn befoe me August 29th 1786. Lewis Farmer, Register.

[Endorsed] List of Passengers on Board the ship Candide, Capt. Adrian Laernoes, from Amsterdam August 19th 1786.

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