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1668, Apr 251718, Nov 12
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies from 17 November 1713 until his death. On 19 December 1683, he left for Batavia on board the Juffrouw Anna as an assistant in the service of the Dutch East India Company. He arrived in Batavia on 19 June 1664 and began working in the General Secretariat. He was regularly promoted. In 1686 he was promoted to Accountant, in 1690 to First Clerk to the General Secretariat, and in 1691 to Buyer. In 1696, he was appointed as Secretary to the High Government (de Hoge Regering). In 1700 he became Counsellor extraordinary and President of the College van Weesmeesteren (an orpanage).
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