Dutchmen's Wives
Three Dutchmen, named Hendrick, Elas, and Cornelius, and their wives, Gurtrün, Katrün, and Anna, purchase hogs.
Each buys as many as he (or she) gives shillings for one.
Each husband pays altogether three guineas more than his wife. Hendrick buys twenty-three more hogs than Katrün, and Elas eleven more than Gurtrün.

Now, what was the name of each man's wife?

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