Letter from directors to Stuyvesant

Letter. Directors to Stuyvesant; governor of Nova Scotia fined at Boston; proceedings of Connecticut on Long Island; fortifications on Staten Island recommended; boundaries; gov. Winthrop; fur trade with Boston; Huguenot emigrants from Rochelle; necessity of extinguishing the Indian title to the good lands in New Netherland; a runaway servant hanged at the Delaware; Mr. d'Hinoyossa recalled; an English clergyman versed in the art of physic to be provided with medicines; censured for banishing John B (owne), the Quaker; emigrants.
April 16 1663
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810-78. Volume 15.
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