Letter from the directors to Stuyvesant

Letter. Directors to Stuyvesant; negroes imported at CuraƧao from Guinea; price of horses; block house at Oysterbay; New Amsterdam; revenue to be farmed; Fort Orange; Beeckman; Renselaerswyck; Polhemius; Arent van Corlear; Aug. Heermans; Currency; European goods reach New Netherland through New England and Virginia; English settlements on the North river to be prevented; emigrants; rev. H. Bloem returns to New Netherland; rev. Megapolensis and Drisius too precise; Lutherans; state of England; Latin schoolmaster; medicinal seeds sent to New Netherland; first ship from that country to France; colonie at the Delaware; heirs of Van Werckhoven against Corteljou; silk worm seed sent to New Netherland.
December 22 1659
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810. Volume 13.
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