Letter from Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam

Letter. Stuyvesant to the directors at Amsterdam; Aug. Heermans; box in secretary's office for letters to Holland; Esopus war; danger of employing the Mohawks in it; their character; English encroachments cannot be counteracted by words; a frigate demanded; royal grant (to Connecticut) exhibited; no grant in favor of the Dutch; frigate at New Haven sailed for Barbadoes; horses and negroes from CuraƧao; capture of Cape Verd; Peter Hegeman, sheriff of Breuckelen, &c.; objections to Swartwout being sheriff of Esopus; no court there; Ebbingh; objections to sending Maria Besems back to Holland; garrison at Esopus destitute of necessary clothing.
June 25 1660
New York State Archives. New Netherland. Council. Dutch colonial administrative correspondence, 1646-1664. Series A1810. Volume 13.
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