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Consignee Certificate

We Ryberg & Comp of the city of Copenhagen merchants do hereby certify, that the goods or merchandize herein-after described have been landed in this city , betveen the Thirteenth and Nineteenth days of July 1803 from on board the Ship Mount Vernon of Salem whereof Saml Endicott is at present master viz.

GT No. 1.}Twenty Four Bales India Cottons

MT. 1-2. 1-2. 1-4. Two Chests, Two half Chests, and Four Quarter Chests,contg Fourteen Hundred forty two Pounds Bohea Tea,
1-10. Ten Chests,contg eight hundred fifty eight pounds Souchong Tea,
MT. 1-59 1st 1-2. 61 Hhds 1 1 o 4. 1 Tierce & [illegible] SF. 152 Bags.}Sixty one Hogsheads, one Tierce, four Barrels, & Six hundred fifty Two Bags, ,contg. Two Hundred & Two Thousand, One Hundred & Eighty Pounds Sugar.
TD 1-7. 1.18. No.10. Twenty Six Bales, eleven Hundred pieces Nankins.
JP. 5.8.g.15.17.20 Six Bales, Six hundred pieces Nankins.
MT, SE Sixty five Casks & Seventy Two Bags Coffee, Contg Thirty seven Thousand, eight. hundred, Ninety One Pounds.

Which, according to the Bills of Lading for the same, were shipped on board the said Ship Mount Vernon at the port of Salem in the United States of America, on or about the fourth day of June, 1803 and consigned to us. by Mr. Joseph Peabody of the Town of Salem aforesaid, merchant.

Given under our hands at the city of Copenhagen this Twentieth day of July. 1803 - Ryberg & Comp..

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