Court proceedings. Andries Hudde vs. Dirck Corsen Stam ; plaintiff again in default ; judgment for defendant, who is authorized to proceed on his voyage to Virginia. Fiscal vs. John Celes ; defendant acknowledges having shot one hog that was not his ; case continued. Fiscal vs. Hendrick Jansen, late gunner, &c., for being insolent to that officer ; defendant condemned to serve the company one month ; to pay a fine of 10 guilders, with costs, Fiscal vs. Philip Geraerdy, a soldier, for having been absent from the guard without leave ; sentence, to ride the Wooden horse during parade, with a pitcher in one hand and a drawn sword in the other. Abraham Rycken vs. Jacques Bentyn, slander. Maryn Adriaensen vs. Thomas Hall, respecting the delivery of a plantation sold by the plaintiff to the defendant ; settled. (cont'd) 
Declaration. David Provoost that Hendrick de Forest's widow and Dirck Corsen (Stam), have a lawsuit at Amsterdam, with interrogatories on which said Corsen is examined. 
March 27 – April 1 1642
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial council minutes, 1638-1665. Series A1809-78. Volume 4, page 118.
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