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r a time on the allegation that it had traded without license in a part of the king's dominions. Van Twiller, who arrived at Manhattan in April, 1633, was defied by an English ship, which 1633. sailed up the river before his eyes. The rush of Puritan emigrants to New England had quickened the movements of the Dutch on the Connecticut, which they undoubtedly were the first to discover and to occupy Chap. XV.} 1633 Jan. 8. The soil round Hartford was purchased of the natives, and a fort was enship was a commercial privilege, and not a political enfranchisement. So afterwards, in 1657. Albany Records, XV. 54—56. It was not much more than a license to trade. Ibid. XXIV. 45. Compare XX. 247, 248. The system was at war with Puritan usages; the Chap XV.} 1653. Dutch in the colony readily caught the idea of relying on themselves; and the persevering restlessness of the people led to a general assembly of two deputies from Nov. to Dec. each village in New Netherland; an ass