Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York: Procured in Holland, England, and France, Volume 3

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Weed, Parsons, Printers, 1853 - New York (State)
 

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Contents

Instructions from King Charles II to Nicolls c commissioners to Connecticut
55
Letter of King Charles II to the Governor and Council of Massachusetts
61
July Letter of Col Nicolls to the Governor and Council of Massachusettsseizure of Dutch ships c
67
Letter of Sir Robert Carr to Col Nicollsdetails of his proceedings in reducing the Dutch and Swedes
73
Letter of Ambassador van Gogh to the StatesGeneralhis second audience with the King about New
80
Letter of the Governor and Council of Connecticut to Col Nicolls
86
Letter of Lord Chancellor Clarendon to Mr Maverick
92
Articles of peace and treaty between M Tracy Governor of Canada and the Iroquois c
121
Letter of M Tracy to the Commissaries at Albany
131
Letter of Mr Maverick to Col Cartwrightgeneral intelligencegreat hurricane in Virginia
161
Letter of Col Nicolls to Lord Arlingtonmilitary arrangements in the Colonies c
167
Letter of Mr Maverick to Lord ArlingtonMassachusetts affairsBerkley and Carteretts patent
173
Order in Council upon the foregoing petition allowing the ship to go to NewYork c
179
Letter of Mr Maverick to Col Nicollsprivate affairs and intelligence
185
Letter of Governor Lovelace to Governor WinthropDutch capture of New York
198
Proclamation of Evertsen and Binkes the commanders of the Dutch forces
202
Letter of Sir John Knight to the Earl of Shaftesburyproposals for reconquest of NewYork
209
Commission from the Duke of York to Major Edmund Andros for the government of NewYork
215
Commission to Christopher Billop to be a lieutenant of the company at NewYork
221
Proclamation of Governor Andros respecting rights of property laws in force c
227
Letter of the Duke of York to Major AndrosConnecticut boundarythe uselessness of Assemblies
235
Letter of Sir John Werden to Major Andros
245
Memorial of the Bishop of London about the abuses in the churches in the Plantations
253
Order in Council upon Sir E Andros petition that the Massachusetts agents answer it c
259
Order of the King to Governor Dongan for a cessation of hostilities and to encourage a good
263
Answer of William Stoughton and Peter Bulkley agents of Massachusetts to the petition of Sir
266
Letter of Sir E Andros to Mr BlathwayteFrench and Indian troubles c
272
Certificate of His Majestys allowance of 1000 for the garrison of NewYork c
278
Letter of Sir John Werden to Sir E Androsto enable Mr Lewen to administer oaths c
284
Letter of Sir John Werden to Major AndrosIndian affairsDutchrevenueDelawareNew
293
NewYork affairs
314
Letter of Sir John Werden in reply to a letter of the Register of Scotland respecting East
330
Canada c
340
Letter of Sir John Werden to Colonel Donganfisheriesemigrants proposed postoffices along
349
Letter from Colonel Dongan to Sir John Werdenpassenger shippostoffices Staten Island
356
Veto by King James II of an Act entitled The Charter of the Province of NewYork and an Order
357
Letter of Governor Dongan to Mr BlathwaytFrench and Indian affairs c
363
Instructions from King James II to Colonel Dongan for the government of the province
369
Order of the committee of Privy Council to Colonel Dongan c to send journals c
375
Instructions to Governor Dongan as to acts of trade and navigation c
382
Order in Council directing the ecclesiastical jurisdiction in the Plantations to be exercised by
388
Propositions c of the Onondagas and Cayugas at Albany to Lord Effingham and Governor
417
Letter of Governor Dongan to the Lord Presidenthis rumored recall c
423
Examination of Kakarriel an Indian prisoner from Canada
431
Examination of Adandidaghta another Indian prisoner
433
Answers of the Five Nations to Governor Dongans propositions c
441
Letter of Governor Dongan to M de la Barre
448
Letter of M de Denonville to Governor Dongan
456
Letter of Governor Dongan to M de Denonville
462
Remarks of M de Denonville on Governor Dongans letter dated 20th June
469
Governor Dongans instructions to Captain Palmer on his going to England
475
Letter of Mr Livingston to Governor DonganIndian affairs
481
Instructions from the King to Sir E Andros for the government of NewEngland
543
Order of the King to Governor Dongan requiring him to resign the government of NewYork to
550
Letter of M de Denonville to Governor Dongan
556
Examination of John Rosie at Albany before Mayor Schuyler
563
Letter of M de Denonville to Sir E Andros
569
Minute of the Council for Foreign Plantations respecting a secret trade between the Dutch and English
573
Letter from F Nicholson Lieutenant Governor and the Council at NewYork to the committeestate
574
June Address of the militia c of NewYork to King William and Queen Mary
583
Letter of advice by N Gold and James Fitch Deputies of Connecticut to Captain Leisler
589
Letter of Colonel Bayard to Captain Nicholsonaffairs in NewYork and Albany
598
Letter of Col Cartwright to Col NicollsDutch projectsdifficulties of the Commissionerssentiments
599
Order in Council to the Commanderinchief c at NewYork to proclaim the King and Queen
605
Letter of Colonel Bayard to Captain NicholsonIndian and French news
611
Memorandum of the committee of Privy Council to move the King that a Governor be appointed
618
Report of Joost Stol on behalf of the militia c of NewYork to the Earl of Shrewsbury 629
629
Letter of Colonel Bayard to Sir Edmund Andros
635
Messrs Flypse and Van Cortlands certificate of Captain Leislers taking a packet of despatches c
649
Colonel Bayards orders to Captain Abram Depeyster c
658
Letter of Colonel Bayard to Mr John West at Boston intercepted
661
Instructions to Henry Sloughter Esq appointed Governor of NewYork c
685
Warrant to pay a chaplain and other officers for the two foot companies at NewYork c
691
Letter of Mr Livingston to Mr Fergusonaffairs in NewYork c
698
Letter of Mr Livingston to Sir Edmund AndrosFrench and Indian news c
708
Letter of Messrs Carr Cartwright and Maverick to Sir Henry Bennet Secretary of Stateproceedings
712
Letter from Father Lamberville to Father Milet
714
Letter of Mr Thomas Newton to Captain NicholsonPort RoyalAlbany c
720
Warrant to Governor Sloughter to use the seal of NewYork c
726
Instructions of the Governor of Canada to Chevalier dEau going to the Iroquois
733
Minute of a letter of the Council to the several Plantations in America about executing the navigation
736
Depositions of several persons about a riot at NewYork c
741
The humble address of the merchants c of NewYork to the King complaining of Leislers
748
Letter of Governor Sloughter to the Earl of Nottinghamhis arrival at NewYorkstate of affairs
756
Letter of Governor Sloughter to the committee of trade c
762
Letter of Governor Sloughter to the Duke of Boltonmilitary affairs c
768
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Answer of the Five Nations to Governor Sloughters propositions
774
Prohibition of the Council of Massachusetts to the constable of Portsmouth
777
June 22 Letter of Mr Livingston to Governor SloughterFrench and Indian affairs c
781
Reply of the Commissioners thereto c
785
Letter of the committee in Maryland to Governor Sloughter in reply
788
Letter of the CommanderinChief and Council c at NewYork to Mr Blathwaytnarrative
794
A modest and true relation of the sundry accidents happening to Major Schuyler and the party of Chris
800
Memorial of William Van Breen and others residents at the Hague respecting the occurrences
809
Minute of the Council for Foreign Plantations upon the model of instructions c proposed by
816
December Letter of Dirck Wessels aad L Van Schaick to the SpeakerFrench and Indian affairs
817
November Draft of a Letter from Col Nicolls to the Duke of Yorkpresent condition of things in NewYork c 104
822
Order in Council approving the report of the committee for trade c upon the petition of Jacob
828
May 12 Order in Council amending Governor Fletchers commission for the government of Pennsylvania c
835
Propositions of Major Ingoldsby to the Five Nations at Albany with their answers thereto
840
Letter of Governor Fletcher to Mr Blathwaythis arrival at NewYork on August 28proceedings c
846
Letter of Governor to the Earl of Nottingham
854
Instructions to Benjamin Fletcher Esq for the government of Pennsylvania c
861

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