Notice prohibiting Mr. More to trade at Delaware

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[1] Monsr. Hudde. ] [2]

You are hereby ] to take notice that whereas I understand Mr. Evans intends ] to come to the South river to receive somme debts due to ] him there I doe here by require you to permit him soe ] to doe without disturbance to himselfe or vessell, but ] that hee may follow his occasions there peacablie, allwayes provi ]ded that incase the said Mr. Evans shall trade or handle ] either with Christians or natives there, hee hath promised to ] paye the recognition heere and to be accomptable in our Fort ] heere for what hee shall doe, therefore you are likewise ] ordered to permit him case shall soe bee, to lett him handle, ] trade or Commerce either with Christians or natives ] peacablie and quietlie without molestatio: or disturbance from any ] of our officers or sould. there.


Missing portions from NYCD, 12:68-69.
Andries Hudde, commissary at the South River.


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