One would like to believe that the great navigators made grand, generous entrances in the New World. But no. Hudson expected the worst from the "savages" and quickly started to plunder.
Here is the day by day account of his third voyage (1609). (Looking for a route to the orient, the first was north to Iceland, the second northeast over the top of Norway and Sweden. The third sought a northwest passage.) Thanks to Ian Chadwick, whose blog is here. Thanks to Tugster for the link.