Dutch colonial council minutes, 15 October 1647 - 21 February 1648

Propositions of director Stuyvesant, setting forth that the ship St. Beningo had been brought to New Amsterdam from New Haven, pursuant to preceding resolution, and demanding whether she and her cargo ought to be confiscated. [1647] (page 344)

Examination. Of Cornelis Claesen Snoy, commander of the ship St. Beningo, as to whether he had any more valid commission than he has produced ; he answers not, and throws himself on the mercy of the board. [1647] (page 345)

Condemnation of the ship St. Beningo and cargo. [1647] (page 345-346)

Minute of council, setting forth that the commissary at Fort Orange had absconded, and requesting the members of the council to designate a proper person to fill that office, and votes of the members of the council accordingly. [1647] (page 347)

Appointment. Carel van Brugge to be commissary at Fort Orange. [1647] (page 348)

Sentence of Andries Trumpeter, for intoxication, disobedience of orders, and threatening the superintendent of naval equipments: to jump three times from the yard-arm, and, while his breech is still wet, to receive one hundred lashes from the crew of the St. Beningo. [1647] (page 348)
Date Original
October 15 1647 – February 21 1648
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial council minutes, 1638-1665. Series A1809-78. Volume 4, page 344-348.
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