Court proceedings. Anthony Jansen vs. Edmund Adley, for damages ; ordered that plaintiff prove damages to his cattle and bouwery, and case referred to Jan Evertsen Bout and Huyck Aertsen, magistrates of Breuckelen, to examine Jansen's stock and bouwery, and determine whether Adley acts as an honest tenant ; if he do not, he shall quit the premises or give security. Teunis Nyssen, appellant, vs. Mr. Stickley, respondent ; this was an appeal from a judgment of the court of Breuckelen, for recovery of a sow and its increase ; appellant declining to support his claim by oath, and defendant proving that he had purchased the pig from William Wasbandt (? Washburn), judgment of the court below is affirmed. 
Letter. Director and council to Cornelis Groesen, supercargo of the ship St. Jacob, informing him that a quantity of lead was secreted on board that ship, and instructing him to pay particular attention to the matter on the arrival of the vessel in Virginia. 
October 18 – 24 1646
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial council minutes, 1638-1665. Series A1809-78. Volume 4, page 274.
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