Letter from directors to Stuyvesant

Letter. Directors to Stuyvesant; ships sent to Guinea for slaves for New Netherland; defense of the mouth of the Hudson river; settlements thereabouts to be encouraged; currency; hostile proceedings of Connecticut; complaints made to the States-General; emigrants; Delaware river ceded to the city of Amsterdam; stoppage of the salt works on Coney Island; English designs on New Netherland; reinforcements; measures of the States-General; Dutch ship seized and carried to Virginia; slaves not to be exported from New Netherland; rev. Samuel Megapolensis.
January 20 1664
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810-78. Volume 15.
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