On this day 13 April Anno 1690 came before me Jacob Roosekrans Public Notary at the Court of Holland officially registered and admitted residing at Wervershoof, in the presence of the after-mentioned witnesses, the honorable Claas Jacobsz living here at Wervershoof, confessing (bekennende?) and professing (belijdende?) provided it is legal or hereby legally, or perhaps it says: unless legally to old, to transport (?) and transfer in fully free property (transporteren op ende op te dragen in volledig vrijen eigendom) to and (aan ende ten be...) of the Honorable Mr Quirijn Bijvoedt (?) Surgeon (Chirurgijn) also at Werverhoof, his seven cows (Sijn seven koeijen ?) nowadays residing in the stable at his place of residence (tegenwoordig tot zijn woonplaats op stal staande) and this for the sum of 134 gulden, ....... huurpenningen, directly from the goods (bruijkwaar ?) of the (...?), half of the piece land (Kragen landt ?) big the whole size is 3 morgen 300 roeden lying in Wervershoof (gelegen in Wervershoof).
Sinlo.. (no clue what the word is) the ones (?) that have already expired before the year 1689 and for the ones that are still standing for the current year 1690 to demolish them and where other than with .... remainder of the rent of .... 38 (?) gulden (restant van de huurpenningen van 38 ? gulden) the comparant will receive of him the claimed and transported cows, already satisfied etc.
I think that this is more something about Claas Jacobs and that he is in debt or behind on paying the rent (huurpenningen) with the landlord or something (perhaps the Surgeon is his landlord so maybe the farm is from the surgeon and Claas rents it ?) so Claas probably still has to pay rent (huurpenningen) and now offered his cows and the piece of land etc. to reduce or pay his debt.
At the end it looks like it says Mr Quirijn accepts the offer (so the cows and land) and for the time being will just leave the cows (?) with Claas Jacobs...