Dutch colonial council minutes, 15-22 April 1638

Resolution to investigate complaints against the captain of the Dolphin (see Vol. I., p. 3.) [1638]

Ordinance against private individuals trading in furs ; forbidding any of a ship's crew remaining ashore over night, or other persons visiting ships arriving from sea without permission ; enjoining mechanics and laborers to go to work at the regular hours ; appointing Thursday in each week for the regular sitting of the court for the trial of civil and criminal cases ; and finally warning all against fighting, adultery, mutiny, thieving, false swearing, slander, and other immoralities. [1638] (Page 2).

Ordinance against private individuals trading in furs ; forbidding any of a ship's crew remaining ashore over night, or other persons visiting ships arriving from sea without permission ; enjoining mechanics and laborers to go to work at the regular hours ; appointing Thursday in each week for the regular sitting of the court for the trial of civil and criminal cases ; and finally warning all against fighting, adultery, mutiny, thieving, false swearing, slander, and other immoralities. (cont'd) [1638] 

Order in council permitting Wouter van Twiller to use Red Hook, L. I., until it is required by the company. [1638] (Page 3).
Identifier
NYSA_A1809-78_V04_p002-003
Date
April 15 – 22 1638
Language
Dutch
Source
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial council minutes, 1638-1665. Series A1809-78. Volume 4, pages 2-3.
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