Minute that instructions for the schout and magistrates have been sent to Long Island, the South river, Esopus, and New Jersey

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The preceding instruction, as registered word for word, is in like manner sent
To Schout Peter Aldrichs and the Magistrates of the respective Towns on the South river.
To Schout Isaac Grevenraet and the Magistrates of the Towns of Swaenenburg, Horley, and Marbletowne in the Esopus.
Also, in English, to Schout William Lawrence and the Magistrates of the Towns of Flushing, Hemestede, Middelburgh, Rustdorp and Oisterbay.
In English, to Schout Isaack Arnolds and the Magistrates of the Towns of Southampton, Southold, Seatalcot, Huntington and Easthampton.
In English, to Schout John Ogden and the Magistrates of the Towns of Elizabethtown, Woodbridge, Shrousbury, New arke, Piscattaway and Middeltown, situate at Achter Col.
To the Schout and Magistrates of the Town of Bergen, only with this alteration, that in the 3rd par. they shall pronounce definitive judgment to the amount of fl. 60 in Beavers and no further.
Ditto to those of Bergen and Westchester and Staten Island.


Translation: O'Callaghan, E.B., trans./ed., Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York, vol. 2 (Albany: Weed, Parsons: 1858), pp. 569-730 (vol. 23, pp. 1-270 only).A complete copy of this publication is available on theĀ New Netherland Institute website.