|Title:||The Gold Coast (N 6) (1653 - 1655)|
Resolutions of the States General
|Abstract:||12th February 1653 Is read at the Assembly a certain Memorial from the Resident De Bye, complaining that the General of the W.I.C. in GUINEA had, on the Coast of Guinea aforesaid, hostilely pursued a certain ship of the Duke of Courland named the "Walvisch", without armament and entirely manned by foreign nations, and with every violence and force, first made the crew come on shore and afterwards kept them from going on board their ship, in such manner that thay had never been able to trade their goods and wares, but had been compelled to return profitless with their cargo. Whereupon, being deliberated, is resolved that a copy of the Memorial be sent to the Presiding Chamber of the W.I.C. at Amsterdam, for their report thereon.|
|Description:||The Material can be located at the Africana Rare Room Section of the Balme Library, University of Ghana.|
|Appears in Collections:||N (1610 - 1723)|
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