TABLE OF CONTENTS.
(All documents arranged under the heads of the respective Governors, and in chronological order.)
PRELIMINARY.
1621. PAGE.
Aug. 24 et seq. Synod of North Holland at Haarlem32
Names of delegates, including that of Rev. Jonas Michaëlius, pastor at Hem.
Note on village of Hem.
1622.
The Walloons petition to be allowed to go to New Netherland36
Note on the Walloons.
1623-4.
Note on the First and Second Directors, Cornelius Jacobsen May and William Verhulst37
1624.
Aug. 6 et seq. Synod of North Holland at Enkhuysen38
Decisions as to what ecclesiastical bodies are to control colonial churches.
1625.
Aug. 12 et seq. Synod of North Holland at Edam39
Oversight of colonial churches--Rev. Jonas Michielse (Michaëlius) goes from Hem to Brazil--Notes on the Dutch in Brazil; and the Dutch church in Brazil.
THE ADMINISTRATION OF PETER MINUIT, 1626-1632.
Note on Peter Minuit--Tablet to his memory43
1626.
Note on Comforters of the Sick--Tablet to their memory45
1628.
Aug. 11 Letter of Rev. Jonas Michaelius, of New Amsterdam, to Rev. Adrian Smoutius (and others) of the Classis of Amsterdam, In Dutch and English49
INCIDENTS.--Death of his wife; character of the voyage. THE CHURCH.--Consistory appointed; first celebration of the Lord's Supper; Walloon services in French; subjection to ministers in Amsterdam; names of members of Consistory. CIVIL MATTERS.--The Natives; their character; difficulties of their conversion; their language; duty of instructing In

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