Deposition of Thomas Foster concerning actions at Flushing

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Aprill the 8th 1652

The deposition of Thomas Foster, Stephen Hudson and Isacke Bobye taken before the maiestrates of flushing is that they commining into the meeting at Hempstead heard the Governor say that the towne had not made a legall choice and that all that they had done since captaine Tapping went away hee looked at it to bee as noething and wished to make a new choice and he woulde confirme them this is the full scope of what was written soe next as wee can remember.

John Underhill
Thomas Candle
Robart Terri


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