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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1782.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1782, 23pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68715
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1783.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1783, 23pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68716
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1785.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1785, 23pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68717
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1786.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1786, 24pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68718
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1787.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1787, 24pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68719
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1788.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1788, 24pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68720
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1790.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1790, 28pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68721
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1791.
Amsterdam, Petrus Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1791, 28pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68722
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1793.
Amsterdam, Josia Schouten en Reinier Ottens, 1793, 28pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68723
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Het EdelMogendeCollegie ter Admiraliteit resideerende binnen Amsterdam, Nevens derzelver Bediendens en hunne Woonplaatsen. 1794.
Amsterdam, Josia Schouten en de Wed. Reinier Ottens, 1794, 29pp. no binding, list of all men active within the admiralty of Amsterdam in the mentioned year. Treasuretrove for genealogists. The Admiralty of Amsterdam was the largest of the five Dutch admiralties at the time of the Dutch Republic. The administration of the various admiralties was strongly influenced by provincial interests. The territory for which Amsterdam was responsible was limited to the city itself, the Gooi region, the islands of Texel, Vlieland and Terschelling, the province of Utrecht and the Gelderland quarters of Arnhem and of the Graafschap (county) of Zutphen. Amsterdam had developed into the most important of all the admiralties and often compensated for the other admiralties' deficiencies. When the "Committee for Naval Affairs" (Comité tot de Zaken der Marine) replaced the Admiralty Colleges on 27 February 1795 during the reforms by the Batavian Republic, the lower civil servants were kept on, but the officers were dismissed.
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Book number: 68724
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