The Virginia Colonists were Forbidden to Trade with Dutch Ships

A Dutch ship

The struggling colonists preferred to trade with the merchants of dutch ships and did very little to block that trade. Yet, during the year of 1623, Governor Wyatt was put in a quandary as to whether or not to allow a certain dutch ship which had passed at sea with the intention of making a voyage in Virginia, to exchange supplies for the principal commodity of tobacco. A major…

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