Letter from directors to Stuyvesant

Letter. Directors to Stuyvesant; sheriff Van Sweringen discharged from prosecution on an accusation of murder; law suit between the W. I. Company and the executors of the estate of the late director Kieft; the entire of the Delaware river about to be transferred to the city of Amsterdam; proposed English colony behind Staten island; (see Vol. 10, pt. 1, p. 145 ); war between the Mohawks and New England and Nova Scotia; necessity of the Mohawk country being surrendered to the Dutch; immense beaver trade carried on with the Senecas; necessity of fortifying the mouth of the river between Staten Island and Long Island; currency; superintendent of slaves; emigrants.
March 26 1663
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810-78. Volume 15.
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