The resolution to send a group of 300 soldiers to the Tangerang area to crush the rebellion Sheikh (Dutch Chieg) who escaped to the region of Tangerang along with the king of Bantam and his second son, Prince Purbaya. Among the 300 soldiers, there were 98 native soldiers from Ambon.
The report on the recruitment of 40 men from Ambon. They were recruited under the coordination of Captain Jonker to assist the troops led by Captain Ruijsch to fight against the Rebellion led by Chieg (Sheikh Yusuf).
A letter regarding a report of investigation by the Military Army led by Captain Ruijsch. The report mentioned the names of the Makassar and Bugis Tribal Chief who joined the rebellion action under the leadership of Sheikh Yusuf, Prince Purbaya, Prince Kidul from Bantam Kingdom.
Report of Military action against the rebellion against Syech Yusuf in Craoang region. it was reported that 88 troops entered Craoang under leadership of Nicholas Christians and Captain Ruijsch to capture Syech Yusuf and his followers.
It was approved by Captain Ruijsch at the meeting today after he found out that two necklaces made of Agate stone and three small diamond rings were given to some chiefs in the Javanese authority by the Chiegh from Makassar. The jewelry was now handed over and bequeathed to Captain Rujsch’s wife.
Report by Commander Military, Captain Ruijsch and Regional Government in Sigondang regarding the Rebellion group led by Chieg van Makassar (Sheikh Yusuf) in Carangtenga. Some members of the group were captured and jailed, a few of them were men from Bugis (tribe from Makassar). Report by Commander Military, Captain Ruijsch and Regional Government in Sigondang regarding the Rebellion group led by Chieg van Makassar (Sheikh Yusuf) in Carangtenga. Some members of the group were captured and jailed, a few of them were men from Bugis (tribe from Makassar).
The Rebel religious leader Sheykh along with his followers were severely beaten, whereas 200 women were taken prisoner. Captain Ruijs conducted a search in Sirrebon alongside the troops, consist of 200 Dutch, 27 Mardijkers, 126 Ambonese, 37 Buginese, and 237 Balinese.
Decision of Governor General of Batavia to transfer the religious figure, as the rebellion leader, Chiegh Joseph (Sheikh Yusuf) together with his family and his followers from Bugis and Makasar from Ceylon to Cape Town South Africa.