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Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664

J. Franklin Jameson

Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664

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Published by Heritage Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New York - Local History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12028990M
    ISBN 101556133170
    ISBN 109781556133176

    Henry C. To demonstrate this by examples and proof, though easily done, would nevertheless detain us too long; but we all say and affirm that this has been his common practice from the first and still daily continues. The Director answered, his sentence could not be appealed from, but must prevail absolutely; and caused the minister for that remark to be imprisoned twenty-four hours and then to pay 25 guilders. We are busy now in building a fort of good quarry stone, which is to be found not far from here in abundance.

    The ground is fertile enough to reward labor, but they must clear it well, and till it, just as our lands require. Please use the follow button to get notification about the latest chapter next time when you visit NovelOnlineFull. His trial therefor. In he is reported as incapacitated by failing mental powers, and he died in We are busy now in building a fort of good quarry stone, which is to be found not far from here in abundance. In a reduced fac-simile of the original letter, with an amended translation by Reverence John G.

    The origin of the war was ascribed princ. The major's second company, which was composed of seamen and pilots, with Dirck Jansz Verstraten of Ossanen as their captain, boatswain's-mate Dirck Claesz of Munnikendam as ensign-bearer, and the sail-maker Jan Illisz of Honsum as lieutenant, consisted of fifty men; making altogether men. Brief Description of New Netherland. The general's second company, of which Dirck Smit was captain, and Don Pouwel ensign-bearer, was sixty strong.


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The expedition of Narvaez was in itself a disastrous and dismal failure, reaching "an end alike forlorn and fatal"; but viewed from the standpoint of present-day civilization, the commander deserved his fate.

This new book was well-crafted to the interests of his audience, consisting of an analysis of European claims to New Netherland, and extensive description of Indians and their customs, a chapter on beavers, and, finally, a dialogue between a Dutch "Patriot" and a New Netherlander addressing the questions of potential colonists.

The Company sent the following petition to Narratives of New Netherland directors: The undersigned, Adriaen van der Donck, humbly requests consent and passport of the Board to go to New Netherland, offering to resign the commission previously given to him as President of the community, or otherwise as its deputy, and Third, The commander shall have all his private personal effects uninjured, in order to take them with him or to have them taken away whenever he pleases, and also the effects of all the officers.

Then, when we had everything ready, the governor of the fort received a letter from our general, to which our general was to have an answer the next day. And if perchance there were some intelligent men among them, who could go upon their own feet, them it was sought to oblige.

But their boat went higher up. When they wish to make use of the grain for bread or porridge, which they call Sappaen, they first boil it and then beat it flat upon a stone; then they put it into a wooden mortar, which they know how to hollow out by fire, and then they have a stone pestle, which they know how to make themselves, with which they pound it small, and sift it through a small basket, which they understand how to weave of the rushes before mentioned.

I hope therefore to bear my cross patiently, and by the grace and help of the Lord, not to let the courage fail me which in my duties here I so especially need. The S. Later he made for Lord Baltimore a fine map of Maryland, and received as his reward the princely estate of Bohemia Manor.

There is little land fit for tillage, being hemmed in by hills, which are poor soil. Little attention is given to populating the land. They appear to be a friendly people, but are much inclined to steal, and are adroit in carrying away whatever they take a fancy to.

But a letter of three days earlier was recently discovered, which Michaelius wrote on August 8 to Jan Foreest, a magistrate of Hoorn and secretary to the Executive Council Gecommitteerde Raden of the States of the Province of Holland. Our coming here was agreeable to all, and I hope, by the grace of the Lord, that my service will not be unfruitful.

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We shall now prove that it also is the cause of its ruin, producing two contrary effects, and that not without reason as shall appear from the following.

During the ensuing summer he perished in a hurricane at St. He [Hudson] also wanted six or seven of his crew exchanged for others, and their number raised to twenty. The ocean washes its whole length along a clean sandy coast, very similar to that of Flanders or Holland, having except the rivers few bays or harbors for ships; the air is very temperate, inclining to dryness, healthy, little subject to sickness.

The 10th, after breakfast, the fleet got under way, and ran close under the guns of Fort Casemier, and anch. Returning thence, He was, early insent out to Manhattan, where he arrived April 7. All these letters were presumably prepared to be sent home on the same ship.

Murphy, an excellent scholar in New Netherland history, who was at that time minister of the United States to the Netherlands. They counselled delay, but finally, in January,consented to war. On the north is the river of Canada, a large river running far into the interior.

Lam, 2 and now he had the chief command himself. Trying a different Web browser might help. There is no blatant announcement of great mineral wealth—a mountain with scoria of iron, some small bags of mica, a quantity of galena, with which the Indians painted their faces, a little turquoise, a few emeralds, and a small copper bell were all.

The Hoop was a French privateer, L'Esperance, which had just arrived at New Amsterdam and was engaged for the expedition. The document which follows was found by Broadhead in the Royal Library of the Hague. The character of the country is very like that of France; the land is fairly high and level, especially broken along the coast by small rocky hills unfit for agriculture; farther in the interior are pretty high mountains generally exhibiting great appearance of minerals between which flow a great number of small rivers.Get this from a library!

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