Perry of London: A Family and a Firm on the Seaborne Frontier, 1615-1753

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Appendix A
Draft service agreement (1684) between a London merchant (William Paggen) and his prospective Virginia factor (John Hardman)

[ Hardman was to reside in Virginia and follow instructions sent out by Paggen. Hardman's duties were to include:] takeing care of, buyeing, selling and disposeing of such men and women servants, goods, w[ares] and other merchandizes as shall be from time to time consigned to him and in the buying, receiving in, and shipping, transporting, disposing and tak[ing] care of, preserveing and sending to England all such Tobaccoe, skinns and Furs as shall be by him bought in Virginia for the use of the said William Paggen and his Assignes, [while goods] consigned to the said John Hardman shall by him be laid out, bartered, sold, exchanged and disposed of for bright Tobacco, skinns or Furs and good Bills of exchange[,] and also that he the said John Hardman shall receive all the said Tobacco, skinns and Furs himselfe and shall not nor will imploy any other person or persons whaisoever in, for or about the receaveing of the same. And that the said John Hardman shall from time to time make out returnes [?] and once at least in every year without any request, and oftner if the same be required, Transport, send or convey unto the said William Paggen, his Exec[uto]rs, Administrators and Assignes true, full and perfect accompts in writing of all such sums of mony and bills of exchange as shall by him be received and paid and of all men and women servants, Tobaccoe, goods, wares, merchandizes and other [effects?] as shall be by him in any manner or wise received, sold, bought, consigned, transported or otherwise by him disposed of, with the dayes and times when and the names of what goods shall at such time remaine unsold and undisposed of, and of all other actings, dealeings, doeings and proceedings whatsoever of him the said John Hardman in and about the concernes of the said William Paggen and his Assignes; and that hee the said John Hardman shall from time to time make his returns in such shipp or shipps as the said William Paggen and his Assignes shall order and direct. And it is especially covenanted and agreed that the said John Hardman shall not nor will neither directly nor indirectly at any time or times dureing or within the said Term of [blank] yeares or such further dme

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