I just found this recently:
Under the Court Minutes for 1653: "Femmetie Alberts, wife of Hendrick Westercamp, baker, come here from Fort Orange, appears in Court and says, that Poulus Schrick has had her arrested for a debt of 12 beavers, for which she has offered security, but which he would not accept. She requests therefore to be released and that the attachment be declared not valid. Claes van Elslant, the Court messenger, states, that he has served the attachment against said Femmetie Alberts on behalf of Poulus Schrick, but did not cite her before the Court, as Schrick has said, she ought to come to him. The court declares, that, whereas Poulus Schrick has not legally sued out the attachment, it is not valid."
Source: Court Minutes of New Amsterdam, from Fernow, Berthold (ed.), Records of New Amsterdam from 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini, Vol. I, p. 78, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976.
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