Actions for debt; Cornelis Theunissen and Jacob Thysen against William Teller

Actions for debt. (8th.) Actions for debt. Cornelis Theunissen and Jacob Thysen agst. William Teller, for having called them a rabble; defendant denies the allegation, but admits having said that things would be in a miserable condition if he or the common people or rabble were to stand up against the laws of the magistrates, or make laws against their rulers; case put over.
Date Original
June 1 1660
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial ordinances, 1647-1658. Series A1875. Volume 16.
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