Letter from Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam

Letter. Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam; people of New Plymouth and Connecticut now as good royalists as they had been Cromwellians and Parliamentarians; king Charles proclaimed there; Massachusetts claims to be a free state dependent only on God; condition of things at the Delaware; trade; currency; Melyn; rev. William Leverets sails for Holland; the English villages (on Long Island) destitute of clergymen; rev. Messrs. Blom and Selyns; no ministers at New Utrecht, Gravesend or Harlem.
October 6 1660
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810. Volume 13.
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