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port, 41, at Petapoli, S4, at Bantam,
112, 117, joint letter to Aldworth,



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



164-166, signs report of court held
at Bantam, 2S5, letters t.. I 1
292-295, 302, and the voyage of the
'Concord,* 306, 310, at Macassar,

314

Chess ('playing') tables, 2.16

China, commodities of, (** Nanking),
5, 16, 32, 41, 67, 77, 80, 86, 111,
paper, 129, 130; 201, 202, 205.
27 r >. 315. 3«&. 335. 336, Dutch
dealings with, 15, 199, 277, early
efforts to secure trade by EL L C,
199, 202, proposed factory, 323 ;
201, 209, 221, 334

China, Emperor of, 199, Japanese at-
tempt 00 nil life, 212, intention to
banish Christians, 202, who arrive
from Japan, 221

Chinese' in Bantam, II& 27S, 31:
3'9. 337. 339. *t Got, 43. ■« J«**-

tra, 120, at Macassar, 32, 35, at

Nangasaki, 70, at l'atani, 5, 8l,

112, 277, elsewhere, 235
Chinese h •: ■ 235

Chinese junks, Si, robbed by the Dutch,

199
Chinesa Captain, the, and his new wife,

1 . 20
Chirkes. Stt Sarkhej
Chongro, his junk, 19, 21, 68
Chop or Firman of Mukarrab Khan,

Chorome, Sultan. Sit Khurram

Christendom, 199, 266

Christian, Captain Edward, of the
•Osiander' (Tenth Voyage), Si, 118,
119, at Bantam, 124; 125, signs re-
port of court at Bantam, 2S5, 294;
2S7, takes NichohV day-book.
2S9 ; his alleged misdeeds, 290, 291,
292 ; 324, 325, 326, discovers trade
at Cota Tinga, 33S, goes home with-
out Cobb, 34 1

Christianity, proscribed in Japan, 19,

21, 22, 20I, 221 ; 256
Christians (sa Jesuits, Japan and

China) in India, 299, in Macassar,

33. 55» in Persia, general letter to,

266
Christmas, 102



Churls, 156, 103, 238, 260, 263, 305
Citra Andaman (notably Little Anda-
man), 1 15
I , John, 57

. hip of the Eighth V<
1 1. 65, 91, 1 •■. 1 o, -'-m, 855,

3'3

Cobb, Richard, of the 'James' (Tenth
■ge), left in bantam ; joint
from (Journey and others to him
and Jourdain, 44 }^; Bl, <)>>, Il8,
opinion of other fad rning

his ill-l>ehaviour, 159- 163, ret

-71- 2 75> h 'li n5 report on
the ships, 2S5, Jourdain's views in
letter to E. I. C, 3 1 7, 31S ; he re-
mains at Hantam, 311
Cochi, in Eirando, 216, 217, 222, 223,

230, 233
Cochin China, trade with Japan, 17,

tion to, 6S, 74, Adams' account of
it. 75. 76 ; other references to, 197,
204, 205, 315
Cochin China, the king of, 68, 197

Cockroach' . •: done by, 57,

I30

' . Richard, of the Eighth Voyage,

captain or cape merchant in Japan,
memorandum left with, by Saris, 4-9,
letter to Adams and Wickham, 9-IO,
letter to Adams alone, 51-52, to
Denton, 202-20;, to E. I. <;., 196-
202, letters to Wickham, 10-13, l 7~
18, 18-19, 21-22, 22-23, 26-27, 4°~
47. 53~54» 67-69, 70-71, memoran-
dum concerning the 'Sea Adventure,'
204-20S, further letters, 215-216,
216, 217, 222, 223, 223-224, 227,
227-22S, 230 ; letter to the Mer-
chant Adventurers of England, 220-
222 ; letter from Eaton, 139 140,143;
letter from Wickham on the voyage
of the 'Sea Adventure,' 233-235;
letters from, referred to, 25, 26, 30,
31, 48, quoted on the fire at the fac-
tory, 51, his illness, 52, 54, letter
from Eaton referred, 62, letter to
Eaton referred to, 63, and the fowl-
ing pieces, 71, letter to Wickham



INDEX



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referred to, 73 ; 74, 75, 76, 9A 3".
letters from, referred to, 315
Coins : Candarin or Condrin, 76, equi-
valent in English money, 198 ; 337 ;
Cash, 294; Copang, 123, 129; Dol-
lars (see also rials), 105, 288, 289,
301 ; Ducats, 12S; English sixpences
and shillings, 167, 212, 255; Flemish
shillings, 164; Gens (Japanese coins),
76; Larins, 146; Mace or Mass, 3, 6,
7, 10, 20, English equivalent, 198 ;
etc. Madins, 58. Mamoodies, 158,
193, 218, 219, passim; Pagodas,
equivalent in English money, 59, in
rials, 61, 85, 86; passim; Pice, or
Pisas, or Picas, 152, 232, 250; Rial
of Eight (see also dollars), 6, 7, 14,
equivalent in taels, 44 ; 54, 58, 68,
152, passim; Rials, false, 197 ;
Rials, gold, 37 ; Rupees, 107, 142,
152, 181, 193, equivalent in rials of
eight, 214 ; old and new, 214, equiva-
lent in pice, 249 ; etc. Taels or
Taies, 9, 11, 20, 22, equivalent in
rials, 44 ; 123, 202, equivalent in
English money, 203 ; passim
Coja Jehan. See Khoja Jehan
Coja Nazam. See Khoja Nazan
Cokayne, George, letter to Jourdain
[ from Macassar, 31-35 ; to him and
others from the same place, 45-46 ;
36, 37. 38, 54, 55» 77, goes to Ma-
cassar, 78, 79, and stays there, 272,
314, 315 ; referred to in the remem-
brance for Ball, 306, 307, 308, 309,
310, 315 ; 340
Commission given to Steel and Crou-
ther for Persian trade on behalf of
E. I. C, 266-268
Comoro, 167

« Concord,' ship of E. I. C, 144, 148,
268, 270, 271, 272, 277, 279, 284,
285, 292, 294, 302, 314, 315, 316,
318, 321, 322, 330, 332, 335, 336,

338, 339

Condemned men (transported crimi-
nals), set ashore at the Cape, 191,
192, 194

Cooper, Ralph, left at Patani, 115

Copang. See Coins



Coppindall, Ralph, assistant merchant
of the ' Osiander ' (Tenth Voyage),

327, 332

Coral, 100

Coree (Coria or Cory), his defection,
148, 167, habits, 184; 255, 330

Corge. See Weights and Measures

Coromandel, the Coast of (often called
'the Coast'), goods and trade etc.,
16, 31, 32, 34, 49, 64, 65, 78, 86,
94, 115, Il6, Il8, II9, 121, 122,
123, 124, 127, 131, trade hampered
by Dutch underselling, 269 ; 273,
274, 278, 293, 308, 323, iron of,
326 ; 335, 336, 337, 340

Coss, measure of length, 153, equiva-
lent in leagues, 177

Cota Tinga. See Kota Tengah

Cotton, Ferdinand, deceased, 320

Cotton, John, deceased, 320

Courses. See Coss

Courses sailed, see letters from Blithe-
man, Boyle, Millward, and Rowe

Courthope, Nathaniel, once purser of
the ' Trades Increase ' (Sixth Voy-
age) and of the ' James ' (Ninth
Voyage), joint letter to Cozucke,
28-29, at Sukadana, 38, 79, 94, 309,
letter to Jourdain, 57-58

Covad. See Weights and Measures

Cowl for Masulipatam, cost of, 17,
for Petapoli, 293 ; of the King of
Pulicat, 83

Coyan. See Weights and Measures

Cozucke, Sophony, a Russian in E. I. C. 's
service, instructions for mission to
Landak, 28-29 ; 34, 37, sent to Lan-
dak, 57, 58, 66, 92, his qualifications,
272 ; proposal to establish him at
Banda, 307, 308, confirmed, 314, and
carried out, 315, 336, 340

Cradle, William, master of the • Expe-
dition,' transferred to the 'Dragon,'
184, 186, 191, 192, 194, his honesty
in question, 190
Crawly, John, master's mate (of the

Eighth Voyage), drowned, 3
Crispe, Nicholas, 249
Crofte, Ralph, purser of the ' Osiander '
(Tenth Voyage), 290



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



Cross on the English flag objected to
in Japan, 21, 52

Crowther, or Crouther, John, ap-
pointed a factor for Agra, 134, de-
tailed for Persia, 153, 209, 213, 237,
letter to E.I.C., 239-242 ; 248, 252,
his joint commission with Steel for
Persia, 266-268

Cumberland, 130

Currents and shoals, 1 12, 1 1 6, 122,

327, 33L 333. 334

Curtis, mate of the 'Lion,' transferred
to the 'Peppercorn,' 192, 194

Customs (see Anchorage, Banksall,
and Sombaye,) at Bantam, 14, at
Jacatra, 276, at Masulipatam, 84,
86, 87, 89, 294, at Patani, 44, 79,
112, 123, 129, in Persia, only on ex-
ports, 147, at Surat, 219, 224, 225,
250, 258, notes on, 304, Cobb's con-
tention concerning, 318

Dabul, 149, 168, 191, 212, 256, 278
Dache (customs in Persia), 147
Daie, John, his bad conduct, 55
Daman besieged by the Mogul, 96, 150,
168, offered as a bribe to the Dutch,
171 ; 186, 213, 239, 240, 257, 258
Damian, 223, 227, 228
Damone. See Bandar Abbas
Danda Rajpur (called Gingeere Rash-

poorie), 149
Darby, John, 32, 46, 56
« Darling,' ship of E. I. C. (Sixth Voy-
age), 14, 16, 28, 37, 38, 44, 55, 56,
60, 65, 79, 82, 87, 91, 94, 95, 103,

Il8, 121, 122, 123, I24, 145, 166,
201, 204, 271, 272, 313, 315, 33I,

335
David, Cassarian, 38, 58, 79, 278
Davis, John, master of the ' James '
(Ninth Voyage), 89, report on San-
gora, 94, complaints as to First
Voyage, 125, his drinking habits, 280,
signs report on ships at Bantam, 285
Davis, John, a native of Guinea, 329
Dead men's money and effects (see
Canning and Midnall), 15, 37, 39,
90, 103, 105, 181, 184, 185, 192, 194
Deal, 320



Debasas, Cape, 333

Deccan, and the Deccanis, enemies of
the Portuguese, 97, besiege Chaul and
other places, 168, 257, King of, in
alliance with the Mogul, 213, 239

De Cestus. See Sestos river

Delisha road, 167, 212, 251

Denmark and Sweden united, 165

Dennis, master's mate of the ' Darling,'
65, 126

Dennys, Samuel, deceased, 34

Denton, Adam, of the Sixth and Ninth
Voyages, joint letter to Jourdaiu,
44-45, another to the same, 49, sent
to Siam, 44, at Patani, 82, invoice of
goods left with, 88, letter to E. I. C,
112-130; 123, letter from Cocks,
202-204, forwarding instructions,
206, joins the 'James,' 293

Denton, Thomas, of Warne Hall,
Cumberland, 130

Dergoes, a Dutch ship, 41, 42, 43

Devonshire kerseys, used in India for
garments, 180; 300

Diamonds, Indian, 37, 40, 61, 66, 123,
278, 309 ; from Landak, 92, 93, 94 ;
other places, 316, 336

Dickanes. See Deccan

Dieackes or Dyockes. See Dyaks

Diseases : ague, 52, 54, 139 ; fever,
240, 289 ; flux, 89, 103, 240, 252,
292 ; flux, bloody, 156, 265 ; God's
visitation of sickness, 78 ; and see
167, 288

Diu, 168

Dodsworth, Edward, of the Eighth
Voyage, purser of the ' Hector,' signs
consultations regarding appointment
of a resident at Agra, 133, 137, and
of his own and others' appointments
as factors, 134, of list of goods for
England, 135; 139, 158, 176, ab-
stract of letter to E. I. C, 188-189 ;
191, signs memorandum on Persiau
trade, 209, appointed factor for
Ahmedabad, 214 ; 225, 239, 247,
joint letter to Oxwicke and others,
240-250, letter to E. I. C, 250-253 ;
253, 259, signs commission to Steel
and Crouther, 268



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353



Dogs for India, 152, 173, 174

Dollars. See Coins

Dono, a Japanese honorific. Cf. Oyen
Dono

Dover roads, 167

Downs, the, 255

Downton, Captain Nicholas, formerly
of the Sixth Voyage, now of the first
recorded Joint Stock Voyage, in-
structions to ships for keeping com-
pany at sea, 23-25, signs consulta-
tions at Surat, 132, 133, 134, 135 ;
his fame and repute, 139 ; 148, 149,
156, 158, letters to E. I. C, 167-177,
postscript to, 177, memorandum of
things desired for the Mogul, 173-
174, letter to Sir T. Smith, 174-177 ;
letter from Keridge, 178-182, ab-
stract of, 192, alluded to, 195 ; letter
to Steel, 182, commendation of
Young, 183, abstract of letter reprov-
ing Edwards, 185 ; signs consultation
on Persian trade, 20S-209 ; letter to
Sherley on this subject, 209-211 ;
at Surat, 213 ; 226, 229, 239, 240,
242, at Swally, 247, 248, 296 ; 250,
257, 258, 262, at Surat, 297, defeats
the Portuguese off Swally, 302, 303,
304, letters of, referred to, 305 ; 323,
325, 326, 328, his letters left at the
Cape of Good Hope, 330, 334 ; 335,

340

Doy Island. See Pulo Doei

' Dragon ' ship of E. I. C. (Third and
Tenth Voyages), 147, 148, 184, 185,
190, 192, 194, 196, 255, 277, 279,
289, 292, 300

Drinkwater. See Berghen, Warner Van

Driver, Thomas, at Kiang-mai, 118

Droit, George, a Portuguese, 18, 21,
22, 23, 25, 29, 47,71, 72

Ducats. See Coins

Duncan passage, 116

Dutch (see Adams, Antheunis, Berghen,
Brower, Butt, Essington, Floris,
Hautman, Sandford, Speck, Tuning,
etc.), at Bachan, 1 ; at Banda, wars
with natives, 36, 55, 77, 270, 315,
322 ; in Bangkok, 113, at Bantam,
enemies of English trade, 15, 16,
Y 1268.



49, their General arrives, 86; 118,
120, 276, short of money, 337, 340 :
at Cambello, Ilitto, Lugho, etc. , 273,
3°7» 336, on the Coast of Coroman-
del, 64 ; in Cochin China, 197-198,
in India, at Masulipatam, 43, rent
paid by, 86 ; 154, 294, at Narsapur,
116, at Sukadana, 37, 66, are
promised Daman as a bribe, 171, on
the coast of India, 264, at Jacatra,
39, 276, in Japan, 3, 4, 7, 10, 11,
12, 22, 31, 50, 51, 62, 68, 71, 75,
76, their building at Firando, 200,
201, ships in, 223, 224, in Java, 49,
at Lambasson, 56, 77, at Longoe,
45, Lugho, etc., 272, 273, 307, 322,
336, at Macassar, 33, 34, 35, 46, at
Makjan, 2, at Manilla, 78, in the
Moluccas, 1, 2, 68, 71, 76, 77, So ;
at Patani, 71, 75, 76, 80, interest
paid by, 87; 112, 113, 114, 123,
128, buy up all goods, 271, at Peta-
poli, 85, in the Philippines, 68, at
Pulicat, 83, 84, at Sambas, 66, at
Sangora, 39 ; 125, 126, 129, 144,
145, Adams' undue friendship for,
6, 25, ' castles ' to be avoided, 340,
Chinese view of, 277, cloth packed
in lead, 3, superior to English, 3, 7,
delinquencies in Cochin China and
results, 197, eager for Persian trade,
99, enemies of the Portuguese, 97,
proposals for a * modus vivendi '
with the English E. I. C. , 86, ob-
jected to, 125, 144, factors in English
employ (see Antheunis, Floris and
Tuning) objected to, 69, flag, the, in
Japan, 21, 22, letter, a, 158, mails to
Japan, 311, the General of, his ships
145, then news, 165, their immense
trade, 145, and others massacred in
Cochin China, 68, 74, 75, 76, 197,
198, to be kept out of Persia, 261,
robberies of Chinese junks, 199,
ships (see 'Dergoes,' 'Greyhound,'
' Old Zealand,' ' Red Lion with the
Pile,' 'Rotterdam,' ' Seilan ' and
'Zelandea'), 14, 60, 115, 116, 319,
327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 3 3 3 ,
334, a yacht, 121, expected, 127, 223,
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224, 271, and Spaniards, their wars
in the Moluccas, 166, superior sea-
manship of, 64, use of brokers, 69,
underselling, 144, 164, 198, 203,
269, 271, these tactics to be adopted
by the English, 308 ; their keenness,

323 ; 309. 3'6

Duzak Skidoyemon Dono, 47, 51, 53
Dyaks, 57, their head-hunting, 92, 93



East India Company, advice humbly
proffered to, 261, 263, 265, and the
appointment of a resident at Agra,
(see Canning a nd Edwards), 131, 132,
»33» 136, 137. 138, 139; business
principles of, 5, 6, 7, 8, 69 ; and
Campayo, 34, 35 ; captains' au-
thority, merchants' view, 65, S2, 83,
118, 124, 192, 289, 302, 310, 311,
312, 313, captains' view, 7, 174-176,
184 ; and the proposed arrangement
with the Dutch East India Company,
86, 125, 144, a good 'husband'
wanted, 265, letter from Aldworth
and Biddulph, 96-101, from Aid-
worth to Floris, sent by Floris, 101-
102, from Aldworth 247-249 ; from
Blitheman (to Sir T. Smith), 328-
333 ; from Brockedon (to Sir T.
Smith), 63-65 ; copies of Canning's
letters referred to, 1 36 ; letters from
Chauncey, 292-295, 302 ; letter from
Crouther, 239-242 ; letter from
Cocks on the Cochin China disaster
&c, 196-202 ; from Denton on the
Siam expedition, 1 12-130 ; letters
from Downton on the voyage of the
'New Year's Gift' and Indian busi-
ness, 167-174, on Indian business,
174-177 ; from Edwards, on Indian
business, 148-156, 245-246; from
Farie, 77-80 ; statement by Floris
per merchants of the 'James,' 17;
letter from Gourney, 80-87, 88-91 ;
from Herode, 91-95 ; letters from
Jourdain, 14-16, 312-319 ; letter
(partly in cipher) from Jourdain and
Ball on the Dutch trade in the Indies,
144-145 ; letter from Jourdain and



others on the 'Concord,' 268-280;
from Keridge, on Indian business,
103-109, no-Ill, 297, 301 ; from
David Middleton, 321-323 ; from
Millward, 324-326 ; from Mitford,
236-238 ; from Nicholls on affairs
at Tecoo, 287-292 ; from Peacock,
1-4 ; from Preston, 254-265 ; from
Rowe, 333-335 ; from Sandcroftc on
Indian affairs, 212-214, 214-215 ;
from Westby, 335-339 ; from Yates
(to the Deputy Governor), 319-320 ;
collections from letters from Surat
and Bantam per ' Hope,' 182-194

East India Company's Ships and Junks
(see ' Clove,' 'Concord,' 'Darling,'
' Dragon ' (properly ' Red Dragon '),
' Expedition,' ' Globe,' ' God's Gift,'
'Hector,' ' Hope ' (properly 'Mer-
chant's Hope'), 'James,' 'Lion,'
'New Year's Gift,' 'Osiander' (or
' Hoseander'), 'Patience,' 'Pepper-
corn,' ' Rose,' ' Samaritan,' ' Sea
Adventure,' 'Solomon,' 'Speed-
well,' 'Thomas,' ' Thomasine, ' an J
'Trades Increase'), 74, 125, 137, 270

Eastern commodities for England, 1,
2, 5. 41. 49, 5°. 59. "7. "9. 120,
136, 156, 159, 172, 180, 188, 205,
213, 231, 240, 247, 248, 249, 250,
251, 253, 254, 259, 260, 263, 269,
270, 271, 273, 274, 277, 282, 286,
316, 319, 336 ; for other parts of the
East, 5, 40, 67, 203, 231, 233, 238,
256, 259, 273, 275, 276, 279, 281,
283, 305, 306, 307, 308, 311, 312,

3»3. 3'4, 315. 323. 337, 338, 340
Eaton, William, of the Eighth Voyage,
left in Japan with Cocks, 5, his
wages, 8, sent to Osaka, 12, 21, 23,
letters to Wickham, 20, 25-26, 29-
30, 30-31, referred to, 26, 27, fur-
ther letters, 48, 50-51, 62-63, 74 -
75, letter to Cocks, 139-140, another,
143, his advices referred to, 53 ; 67,
68, 69, 75, 222
Ebert or Ebrett, William, left at
Patani, 115, 125, 201, a present to,
203 ; 204, 205
Edo, Edoo, or Edow. See Jeddo.



INDEX



355



Edwards, William, of the first recorded
Joint Stock Voyage, signs consulta-
tions at Surat, 132, 133, 134, 135,
chosen for resident at Agra, 133,
134, 136, 193, 214, 236, 240, 247,
251, 297, as representing James I.,
137, Keridge's letter on the appoint-
ment, 138-139 ; letter to E. I. C. on
the voyage and appointment, 148-
156, abstract thereof referred to, 187,
another letter to E. I. C, 243-246 ;
his 'civil conversation,' 157; 158,
169, 172, goes to Agra, 176, 188,
218, 241, 247, 262 ; 177, 182, 183,
letter of reproof from Downton,
185, letter of friendly advice
from Keridge, 195-196 ; signs
memorandum on Persian trade,
209, and Steel's commission for the
same, 268 ; sees the Viceroy, 213,
is well received, 219 ; 220, 226,
229 ; 248 ; joint letter to Oxwicke
and others, 249-250 ; 254, 258, 266,
286
Eighth Voyage (see Saris, General,
ships 'Clove,' 'Hector,' and
' Thomas,' etc.), its great cost, 7, the
Siam venture, 204, 205, 235
Elephants, clothing for, 97 ; 108, 141
Elephant's teeth, or ivory, 58, 100,
151, 181, 197, 199, 200, 218, 248,
260, 263, 264, 329
Elizabeth, daughter of James I., marries

the Elector Palatine, 165
Elkington, Humphrey, appointed fac-
tor for Cambaya, 134, 214, 241
Elkington, Thomas, signs consulta-
tions at Surat, 132, 133, 134, 135,
137 ; 156, letter to E. I. C. referred
to, 192, signs consultation on Per-
sian trade, 209, letters to Oxwicke,
218, 219-220, 225-226, 232, to
Oxwicke and Farewell, 228-229,
253-254; 240, at Surat, 241, letter
from Oxwicke, 283-284, further
letters to Oxwicke, 295-296, 302-

3°3» 303-304, 305-306, 3"-3l 2
Elmore, Henry, appointed factor for
Surat, Ahmedabad, etc., 134, left at
Ahmedabad, 214



Emsworth, Nicholas, appointed a fac-
tor for Surat, &c, 134, his death,
J 56, 213, 236, and illness, 240, 248,
an edifying end, 264, 265, his
character, 252
England, 11, 41, 42, 43, 56, 60, 68,
81, 104, 107, 108, 109, 120, 122,
131, appreciation of Indian trade,
I33» SQ ips for, 134, goods for, 135,
136, 152, 154, 183, 194, 199, 200,
211, 212, 214, 221, 237, 241, 244,
245, 249, 250, 253, 255, 259, 266,
267, 268, ships from, 270, 275, 278,
282, vessels sent back to, 284, 285,
290, 300, 301, 308, 316, 317, ships
from, 318 ; 320, 321, 323, 324, 327,
328, 329, 332, 334, 335, 338, 339
English coach and coachman desired
for the Mogul, 152 ; flag objected to
in Japan, 21, 22, 52 ; honesty to be
maintained, 286 ; in India, 97, 104,
mortality amongst, 99, 107 ; lan-
guage, 106 ; in Dutch employ, 83 ;
in the Moluccas, 49 ; in Persia,
letter to, 266 ; at Patani, 99, 114 ;
preferred to Dutch, at Amboyna,
270, Banda, 35, Longoe, etc., 45,
Lugho, 272, 307, 315, 322 ; to
Portuguese in India, 96, 246 ; at
Priaman, in danger, 165 ; at Pulicat,
85 ; ships, at Boeton, 36, wanted at
Macassar, 77, forecastles of, 78; 16,
152, 165, 166, 217; in Tecoo, 2S9 ;
trade with China, opening sought,
199 ; with the people of Lugho, etc.,

273

Equator, the, 122, 212, 329, 333

Erzedach, 178

Espahaune. See Ispahan.

Essington, Thomas, Captain of the
'Globe' (Seventh Voyage) after the
death of Hippon, joint letter to Aid-
worth (missing), 19, his death, 41,
59, 102, 293, succeeds Hippon, 112,
delays men's pay, 129

Ethiopia, 221

European news arrives at Surat, 165

' Expedition, ' ship of E. I. C. (Twelfth
Voyage), 14, 16, 106, 108, 118, 122,
148, 185, 190, 192, 194, 279, 287, 315
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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



Faccatay or Focaty. See Fukuoka
Factories, existing or proposed : Agra,
182, Amboyna, 322, Banda, 307,
308, 315, 322, Bantam, 15, 16, 275,
276, 317, 326, 335, 338, China, 323,
Gressik, 277, 340, Jacatra, 276,
Japan (see Firando), 45, 46, 323,
Japara, 277, 340, Landak, 28, 92,
Macassar, 33, 34, 45. 4». 3 o6 » 3'4»
322, Moluccas (see Banda, Lugho,
Timor, etc), I, 12, Patani, 32, 112,
123, 326, 338, Sambas, 66, 92, 123,
Siam, 82, 113, 325, 338, Sukadana,
66, 123, 278, Sungora, 125, Surat
(see that heading), Tecoo, 287, 288,
Timor, 27S, 340, elsewhere, 85,
308, needs of, 82, 83, 277, 326,
numerous and increasing, 238, small
ships in connection with, 45, 81, 278,
326
Factors (see also Private Trading
and Wages), bad correspondents,
12, 33, 68, 69, 166, 204, behaviour
desirable in, see Cocks to Wick-
ham, 10-13, 196, dissensions among,
60, 90, inconveniences of their
position, 82, 83, n 8, 124, 125,
126, 275, 289, mortality amongst, at
Bantam, 326, 328, 335, lessened,
338, qualifications for, 6, 7, 86,
and allowances for, 176, 196, 265,
277, 326, slothfulness of some, 14,

324

Farewell, Christopher, appointed a
factor for Cambaya, 134, sent to
Broach, 219, where he remains, 231,
going away, 283, and returning, 284,
296, 305, 321, letter (to him and
others) from Aldworth, 2S6-287,
similar letter from Edwards and
others, 249-250, letters to him and
Oxwicke from Elkington, 228-229,
253-254, letter presumably from
Mitford, 232-233

Farie or Fary, Benjamin, merchant of
the ' Darling ' (Sixth Voyage), 33, 38,
46, letter to Jourdain, 54-56 ; 57,
122, 123, endangered by Marlowe,
126

Fette Mamood, 140



Fettiplacc, Francis, appointed a factor
for Agra, 134, 214, 241

Fever, 240, 289

Fidaia Same, son of Ticus Same, his
revolt, 201, 202, 221, favourable re-
ception of Eaton, 222

Finch, William, agent for Gourncy, 91

Firando, the English residence in Japan,

3, 4, 9, IO, 12, l8, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26,

27. 3°. 3' 1 46, 47. 48, 5°. 5'. com-
petition at, 52, 53 ; 62, 67, 70, 71, 74,
Dutch ships at, 75, 76, demand for
gunpowder at, 139; 196, 200, 201,
202, goods suited to, 203 ; 204, 207,
215, 216, 217, 220, 222, 223, 227,
228, 230, 233, 235, 323, 325

Firman (sec also Cowl) restricting trade
of Pulicat to the Dutch, 83

Firmans of the Mogul, 104, 133, 138,
157. 158, 178. 179. 182, 240, 299,
300, 301

First Voyage (1601). Set Lancaster,
General, and Middleton, John

First recorded Joint Stock Voyage
(stt Downton, General, Dodsworth,
ships 'Hector,' 'Merchant's Hope,'
'New Year's Gift,' 'Solomon,'
etc.), 125, 139, 193, 194, 272

Flemings or I lollanders. See Dutch

Flemish cloth superior to English,

3. 7

Fletcher, John, kinsman and agent of
Farie, 79

Flood, , chief man on board the

' Concord,' dies, 268, 269

Floris, Peter Williamson, cape mer-
chant of the ' Globe ' (Seventh Voy-
age), a Dutchman in E. I. C. 's employ,
his statement regarding disburse-
ments, 17, joint letter to Aldworth
(missing), 19, another to the same,
164-166, letter from him alone to the
same, 59-61 ; letter from Aldworth,
sent to E.I.C., 101, 102, joint letter
to Jourdain, 40-43, other letters re-
ferred to, 117, 145, 272, at Petapoli,
80; 83, at Patani, 112, his patience,
114, 115; Il6, 117, 121, 122, 125,
129, his journeyings, 247 ; 279, and
Christian, 290 ; 293, 294, 295, his fair



INDEX



357



dealing, 316, 317; 324, 325, 326,

goes home, 341
Flax, the. See Diseases.
Folliott, Sir Henry, his kindness, 189
Food, complaints of, 176, 187, 320
Foreigners in E. I. C.'s employ (see

Antheunis, Cozucke, Floris and

Tuning), 189
Foxcroft, George, 130
Foyne Same, the old King of Firando,

17, 20, 21, his illness, 52, and death,

76
Frangueis' goods, transport of, for-
bidden by Mogul, 298, 299
Frankfort, stone or plaster figures of

animals from, 174
Frederick V., Elector Palatine. See

Heidelberch, the Prince Elector of
Free trade at Surat, 157, and elsewhere,

273
French pictures on cloth, 174
Frenchman, a, executor to Midnall, in

Ajmir, 98, 105, 106, his elephant,

141 ; 158, 299, 300
Fuego or Fogo or Javea Island, 234,

319

Fukuoka, 22, 47

Fursland, Richard, his account, 147

Fusto, 146, passim



Gajera (Gagara), 228

Gambia, coast of, 333



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