Letter from Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam

Letter. Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam; imprisonment of John Scott; his magistrates on Long Island deposed; English towns annexed to Connecticut; movements of gov. Winthrop on Long Island; ships about to sail from England; their reported object; patent to Rhode Island; grant to the duke of York; Dutch purchases and patents of no value in the eyes of the English; priority of the Dutch settlement on the Connecticut river and at Narraganset; intrigues of the English among the Indians; emigrants from Rochelle and St. Martin; French clergyman at St. Martin invited; William Bogardus.
Date Original
August 4 1664
New York State Archives. New York (Colony). Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810-78. Volume 15.
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