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"The Theocracy, that is, God's government, is to be established as the best form of government.
It was captured by the English in 1664, given to the king's brother (the Duke of York), and renamed New York.
This name has also been given to the state of the USA in which the city stands.
He named this New Amsterdam, and the Dutch holdings in the area were collectively called New Netherlands.
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