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Gambling, dangers of, 1 1, 56

Garter, the order of the, given to Prince
Maurice, 165

Gelbege. Ses Killybegg

Gembuzar. See Jambusar

Geme (measure of distance), 177

Gens (coins of Japan), 76

Gentiles, or Indians, 84, 85, their sub-
tlety, 86

Gentlemen passengers objected to, 190

George, a Caffro, 228

' Gift,' the. See ' New Year's Gift '

Gingeere Rashpoorie. See Danda
Raj pur

Gipps, Robert, cape merchant of the
1 Peppercorn,' his disputes with
Harris, 184, 185, the reason of, 190,



letter toE. I. C., 192, peace restored,
194
•Globe,' ship of the E. I. C. (Seventh
Voyage), 17, 19, 39, 41, 42, 43, 49,
80, 83, 86, 114, 116, 117, 119, 120,

121, 122, 123, I25, 128, I2g, I45,

164, 193, 249, 272, 279, 280, 282,
285, 290, 292, 293, 294, 295, 312,
313, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321,

322, 324, 325, 327, 328, 332, 334,

335. 336, 337. 338

Glover, Sir Thomas, Ambassador to
Turkey, 261

Goa, 155,213, 259, 264, the Viceroy of
(Don Jeronimo de Azevedo), 43, 107,
169, 296, his letter to Mukarrab Khan
referred to, 186, 298, 305, is defeated
by Downton, 302, 303

• God's Gift,' the, a junk of E. I. C., 32,

33. 46, 56
Goga burnt by the Portuguese, 155,

229, 261, 264
Gogerats. See Guzerats
Gold, 40, 92, 94, 273, 309, 314, 322,

323. 325. 338, 340

Good Hope, Cape of (see also Saldama),
1, 146, sailing directions for, re-
ferred to, 183, 190, 194, pillar set up
at, 184; 185, supposed discovery of
vermilion and quicksilver at, 191 ;
212, 221, 285, 319, 324, 329, in-
scription and letters at, 330, 334 ; 331

Gore, John, 265

Gore, Ralph, 265

Gore, Robert, 265

Gore, William, 265

Gourney, Ann, sister of John, 91

Gourney, John, cape merchant of the
'James' (Ninth Voyage), 17, joint
letter to Jourdain, 44"45> J omt re "
membrance for Jourdain and Cobb,
49, his favourite wares, 59, the
trouble with Marlowe, 65, 118, 124,
126, letter to E. I. C. on the hin-
drances to trade, 81-S7 ; 121, goes
to Siam, 123, 205, 206, his error,
269 ; 272, 273, setded at Masuli-
patam, 293

Gourney, Thomas, brother and agent of
the above, 91



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



Gracia, or Gratia. See Gressik

Great Mogul. See Mogul, the Great

Great Nicobar Island, 115

Greenwell, William, Deputy Governor
of E. I. C, 172, letter from his ser-
vant, John Yates, 319-320

Greete or Greet, Hugh, at Sukadana,
signs letter to Cozucke on expedition
to Landak, 28-29 ; urges on the
matter, 57

Gressik, 34, factory desirable at, 277,
309; 3i8, 336, 337, 338, 340

» Greyhound,' the, a Dutch ship, 35

Guinea coast, its natives, 285, 287,
wares of and for, 329, 333

Guzano, Pedro, Jesuit priest, spreads
reports of Adams' death, 21, 23, 26,
27

Guzerat, a, his bills, 44

Guzerat, English trade with, 16, goods
of, 31, 77, 78, 273, 275, are not
vendible in Bantam, 314, king of, his
city, 238, merchants of, at Bantam,
87, enemies of the Portuguese, 97,
of merchants in Surat, 186, pilots
of, on the true position of J ask, 170,
177

Gwalter, , 72



Hadgeeozan, Hogenozan, or Hogie-
nozan. See Khoja Nassam

Hall, Paul, factor of the James, 90

Hamden. See Holmedon

Hans, Hans de, 45

Ilarnando. See Ximenes

Harris, Captain of the ' Peppercorn,'
his quarrel with Barwick and Gipps,
184, 185, its cause, 190, Gipps' ver-
sion, 192, the dispute settled, 194

Harwood, L., master of 'Darling'
(Sixth Voyage), 122

Haste. See Weights and Measures

Hautman, Martin, a Dutch merchant,
114

Hawkins, Giles, of the ' Concord,'
dies, 268

Hawkins, Captain Nicholas, cape mer-
chant of the • Osiander ' (Tenth
Voyage), on her voyage to Japan,



dissentions between him and Rowe,
319, his assistants, 327, 332, 338

Hawkins, Captain William, of the
'Hector' (Third Voyage), his al-
leged servant, 61, and Mukarrab
Khan, 104, his death, 109, his widow's
marriage toTowerson, 210

Hawks, John, of the ' Darling ' (Sixth
Voyage), death of, 89

' Hector,' E. I. C.'s ship, 23, 148, 151,
156, 194, 212, 245, 248, 255, 286,
292, 296, 304

Heidelberch {i.e. Heidelberg), the
Prince Elector married to Elizabeth,
daughter of James I., 165

Henry, Prince of Wales, his death, 165

Ilerode, Thomas, master's mate of the
'Darling,' letter to Sir Thomas
Smith on the Landak expedition,
91-92

Higgonsor Higons, William, dies, 184,
194

Hippon, Captain Anthony, of the
' Globe' (Seventh Voyage), dies, 112;
285, 290

Hisphaon. See Ispahan

Hitto, Dutch factory at, 307, the ' Cap-
tain 'of, 310; 336

Hobgoblin, the, and John Japan, 230

Holland, 165

Hollanders. See Dutch.

Holmedon, Edward, appointed factor
for Ahmedabad, 1 34, abstract of his
letter to E. I. C, asking for increased
pay, 183 ; goes to Cambaya, 183,
241, 249

1 Hope,' ship of E. I. C. , 103, 148, 178,
182, 184, 186, 188, 189, 193, 194,
212, 255, 297, 303, 304, 305

Hopkins, , attacks Larkin, 126

Hunt, Edward, 100

Hunt, John, master of the ' Osiander '
(Tenth Voyage), 332

Hunte, Richard, factor for Banda, 307,
315



Ikshiu, hot baths of, 52, 54
India, 148, 188, cloth for, 107, 120, 287,
bad sale of, results, 169, dwindling



INDEX



359



of Portuguese trade, 169, goods

of, not vendible in Japan, 50, 62,

trade with Persia, 105
Indian Princes and the Portuguese, 169
Indrapura, 291

Indus, the, 155, a fair river, 171
Industans, the (Hindoos), 275
Invoices of goods left in Japan, 13, sent

to Siam, 207
Ireland, 182, 188, 189, 209, 210
Ironmonger Lane (London), 130
Ispahan, 105, 146, 153, 154, 237, 252,

266, 267, 268, 299
Italians in Agra, 143
Ivory. See Elephant's Teeth.
Iyeasu. See Japan, Emperor of



Jacatra, 39, 81, 82, 118, 119, 120,
121, 125, the King and the English
factory at, 276

Jackson, his account, 147

Jadow, broker and interpreter, 138,
and Sherley, 141, in prison for
cheating, 142, and Midnall's goods,
158

Jalver. See Jhalra Patan

Jambusar, 228, 253, 281, 304, 305

Jamby, 127

James L, King of England, his letter
needed for Vellore, 83, his letter to
the Great Mogul, 103, 104, 108, and
present, 138, 178, slighted, 179, his
letter to the Queen of Patani, 1 1 3,
and to the King of Siam, 113, letter
to, from the King of Achin, 147, his
commission, 149, 175, his letter
well received in Quinham, 197,
a letter desired for the Emperor
of China, 199, Edwards sent to
the Mogul as his representative, 137,
with presents, 138 ; 131, 211, 294

'James,' a ship of E. I. C, 17, 38, 39,
40, 42, 44, 49, 67, 79, 80, 81, 82,
83, 87, 88, 89, 91, 94, a man of,
murdered, 95; 100, 112, 116, 117,
118, 119, 120, 121, 124, 127, 128,
129, 145, 160, 247, 264, 269, 270,
271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 280, 284,
285, 287, 289, 290, 292, 293, 294,



302, 312, 313, 316, 318, 319, 321,

325. 327
Jamgama. See Kiangmai
Jantana Point, 115

Japan, banishment of missionaries
from, 19, 20, 21, 27, 201, 221, do-
mestic manners of, 10, II, 18, 20, 23,
72, 73. 204, the Dutch in, 3, 52, 53,
54, 68, 69, 70, 75, 76, 113, 127, 197,
198, 200, 223, Cocks left cape mer-
chant in, 4, Saris' s letter on trade in,
4-9 ; 221, 222, 223, second expe-
dition to, planned, 81, 319, 323, 327,
332, 335. 338, 339. E. I.C.'s trade
with, 50, 51, 52, 53, plate of,
206, 208, price of China silk in,
128, risks of fire in, 10, 15, 47, 51,
200, Siamese wares for, 81, 119, 205,
trade in, 70, 71, 143, 198, 199, 200,
202, 203, 227, 231, 315, troubles ex-
pected in, 26, 201, 202, 221

Japan, Emperor of (Ogashama or
Iyeasu), 3, his license to trade, 3, 6,
7, his purchases and payments, 9,
10, 12, 30, 47, 198, 199, prohibits
tobacco, 20, effect on China of his
admission of the English, 199, in-
terest in the North-West passage,
200, 221, banishes all Roman Catho-
lics, 201, 202, 221, late emperor's
attempt on Pekin frustrated, 202,
loss of Korea, 202

Japan, John, 47, 227, and the hob-
goblin, 230

Japanese almanac referred to, 222, bad
credit of, 10, II, clothing, 198, 228,
document, 216, goods for England,
5, 199, 206, language, 200, 235,
letter of Cocks to Adams and Wick-
ham, 9-10, noblemen build a castle,
53, sailors, 233, 234, slain in Cochin
China, 68, at Patani, 113

Japara, factory desired at, 277, 340

Jasques, port in Persia, 98, 145, 146,
153. 169, 170, 171, 177, 193, 210,
211, 237, 24I, 242, 252, 267

Java and the Javanese : and the Dutch,
7, 15, 32S, wares for Bantam, 49,
119, trade in and with, 84, 209, 278,
(people) 279, 3!7, 332, 335, 336,



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



338, harbours and bays, 331, 334,
junks, 336, 337

Javea {called also Fogo or Fucgo)
Island, 234, 319

Jehangir. See Mogul, the Great

Jeddo (Edo or Yedo), 7, 9, 10, 12, 13,
17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 30,
46, 48, 51, 52, English goods at,
53 5 62, 67, 74, 75, 76, 204

Jengulie, 253

Jesuits, banished with other Roman
Catholics from Japan, 19, 20, 21,
201, 202, 221 ; in India, 105, 106,
their churches closed, 107, 141, act
adversely to the English, 108, and
hinder Canning's mission, 131,
friendly with Sherley, 141, an
Italian, left at Agra, 143, at Surat,
imprisoned, 150, 298, relations with
Mukarrab Khan, 1S6, 259, at Agra,
299

Jewels (see Rubies) wanted for Indian
trade, 301

Jhalra Patan, 196

John, Mr. Oxwicke's lad, 231

John de Nova, 251

Johnson, , draper of Watling

Street, 265

Johnson, France, dies, 185

Johnson, John, of the Tenth Voyage,
left at Patani, 44, 82, 88, a wise and
ancient man, 115, in the 'Darling,'
121, 122, 123

Johore, or Jor, trade with Macassar,

31, 127, gold, 40
Joint Stock Voyages, accounts of, 193,

instructions for required, 269 ; 271,

273, 280, 313, 316, 317, 325, 335,

336
Jonckseylon, 128
Jones, , deceased at Bantam, 122,

273

Joosen. See Yousen

Jourdain, John, cape merchant in
Bantam, letters to E. I. C. from
Bantam, 14-16, 312-319; letters re-
ceived by, from Cockayne, 31-38,
45-46, from Welden, 35, 36, from
Larkin, 37-38, 38-40, from Floris
and Chauncey, 40-43, from Gourney



and others, 44-45, another, 49,
joint letter to E. I. C, partly in
cipher, 144-145 ; another in ordi-
nary script, 268-279, his ' remem-
brance ' for George Ball, 306-311,
letter to the same, 339-340 ; 34, 45,
4 6 > 77. 79. 81, 87, 118, 119, differ-
ence with Denton, 120; 121, 124,
Marlowe's alleged plots with, 124 ;
128, his opinion of Cobb, 159, 160,
161 -162, 201, 203, 206, signs report
on the ' James ' and ' Osiander, ' 285 ;
3 2 4, 328, 336



Katafing. Set Kota Tengah

Keeling, General William, his rules as
to dead men's goods, 184, 185, 192,
at Saldania, 1S9, abstract of letter to
E. I. C. commenting on the voyage,
1 89-191, commended by Arthington,
194

Keicho, 9

Kelly, Francis, of the 'God's Gift,' 32,
33. 46, 57. 78

Kemas, the Shabunder of Bantam, 318

Keridge, Thomas, of the Tenth Voyage,
at Agra, 100, appointed factor, 134,
not well received by the Mogul, 244,
252, 257, at Ajmir, 99, and Canning's
accounts, 194, 257, instructions to
■\\ithington, 140, 141, and Jadow,
142, letter to Aldworth and Biddulph,
156-159, letter to Downton referred
to, 192, letters to E. I. C. , 103-109,
297-301, one quoted, 185, 191, letter
to Edwards, 195-196, to Sir Thomas
Smith, iio-iii, letter from Aid-
worth, 137-139

Kerimon (a Japanese garment), 198,
228

Kewee (see Kewe in Vol. I.), 297, his
villainy, 340

Khoja (or Kwajah) Jehan, broker to
the English, and Jadow's cheating,
142

Khoja Nassam or Nazan (called Coja
Nassan), 130, his covetousness, 138,
sub-governor of Surat, 150; 239,
258



INDEX



3G1



Khurram, Sultan, son of the Great

Mogul, 104
Kiang-mai [called Jangama), 82, 113,

114
Killybegg Harbour, Ireland, 188
King, Captain Samuel, an Englishman

in Dutch employ, S3
King, Thomas, his bonded goods, 224
King's commission (James I.), 149,

175

Kintal. See Weights and Measures

Kintlage, 190

Korea, 17, 22, mode of travelling in,

201, wares of, 201, how lost to the

Japanese, 202
Kota Tengah (Cota Tinga), 291, 322,

323, discovered as a market, 328
Koyngero. See Chongro



Lahore, 105, i7i,indigoof, 194, 260;

266
Lahori Bandar {called Laurebander

and Bunder Laree), port of Sind,

106, 172
Lakmana, and the customs at Patani,

129
Lambasson, Dutch factory at, 56, 77
Lambin, Lankin or Lannkyn. See

Nanking
Lancaster, Sir James, 126
Landak, factory desired at, 28, 92, 93,

expedition to, 57, 92, 93 ; 65, river,

soundings, 67, charted, 95, precious

wares of, 92, 94, way of obtaining

trade, 95
Lane, Richard, factor in Tecoo, 288
Langasacka, Langasake or Langasa-

que. See Nangasaki
Laugjan. See Luang Prabang
Langley, Edward, deceased at Bantam,

his effects, 14, 37, and irregularities,

15

Larin. See Coins

Larkin, Richard, Captain of the ' Dar-
ling,' signs instructions to Cozucke
on Landak expedition, 29, letter to
Jourdain from Sukadana, 37-38, an-
other to the same from Patani, 38-



40, loan from, to the ' James,' 44,
87, 124, 317, letter referred to, 46,
at Sukadana, 55, 79, 121, and Cam-
P a yo, 55> g° es to Patani, 55, 56, 77,
122, 123, despatches expedition to
Landak, 57, sends river-soundings,
67, nearly killed by reason of Mar-
lowe's ill discipline, 65, letter to Sir
Thomas Smith on business, espe-
cially at Sukadana, and Landak, 65-
67 ; 82, goes to Siam, 123, 272, 278,
37
Lassidy, wars of, 45, an open port, 272,

cloves of, 307
Laskar or Leskar (a camp), 142, 158
Lead, its use in packing cloth, 3,

13

Leat, Nicholas, and Midnall, 153, 169,

237
Lemon juice supplied to the crews,

190
Lequeo Grande. See Okinawasima
Lequeo Islands. See Liu-Kiu Islands
Liberia, 319

Lieger, the, for Agra. See Edwards
Lingana, 85

Lingga (called Pulo Pon Lingua), 122
'Lion,' the, E. I. C.'s ship, 191, 192,

194
Little Andaman (called Citra Anda-
man), 115
Littlewood, Robert, purser, left at

Patani, 115
Liu-Kiu Islands (called Amami Oosima

or Oxima, also Lequeo), 233, 234,

the inhabitants of, 235
Lizard, the, 333
Lock, Thomas, merchant, 60
London, 40, 174, 221, city and suburbs

compared with Ahmedabad, 238
Longoe, wares of, 45
Lorenco, goods for, 29
Low Countries, 164, 165
Luang Prabang (called Langjan), S2,

"3
Lucas. See Antheunis
Lucipara, 122
Lugho, chief of, favourable to English,

272, 273, English preferred at, to

Dutch, 307 j 336



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



Macao, 76, 128, 201, 202, 203, banished
Jusuits at, 221

Macassar, trade of and at, 31, 35, 39,
45> 56, 77, 78, hindrances, 127,
ships, 33, risks of fire, 34, factory,
for, planned, 34, exchange at, 37,
port dues, 39, Dutch at, 54 ; 55, 57,
66, 79, 92, 94, 117, 121, great hopes
of trade at, 270, 272, 294, 302,
establishment of factory, 306, 307,
308, 309, Portuguese merchant in,

309 ; 310. 314. 322, 336

Macassar, the King of, his ship, 32,
gift of timber, 34, 45, 46, and Cam-

Payo, 35 ; 55. 78

Macaur. See Macao

Madagascar (called St Lawrence), 148,
167, 212, 250, 255

Madins. See Coins

Mainwaring, Captain, pardoned, 189

Makjan Island, 1, trade offered to Eng-
lish, 2

Malacca, 78, 115, 127

Malacca, Straits of, 14

Malay junks at Boeton, 33, wares for
Bantam, 49, language, 272, cloth, 88

Malicktosuer, 61

Mallocees. See Moluccas

Mallory, Timothy, appointed factor for
Surat, etc., 134

Mamond, Solomon, 312

Mamoodies. See Coins

Mandarins, 113

Manilla. See Philippines

Manoembing hill (called Manopine),
122

Maria, 18, 20

Marieco, Dutch at, 2

Marlowe, Captain Edmund, of the
Ninth Voyage, ship 'James,' 39,
40, 49, his good deeds, 95, his mis-
conduct and its consequences, 64, 65,
89, 90, 91, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119,
123, 124, 125, 126, 129, 271, 274,
275, 280, 312, 316 ; 279, 287, 295,
313

Martin, 230

Mass. See Coins

Masulipatam, 14, cowl for, 17; 19, 40,
goods for and trade of, 59, 84, 86,



88, 90, 91, 99, 338 ; 61, Marlowe
at, 64, 89, 116, 118, 317, the Brah-
man Governor, 84, 89, his son made
hostage, 294, customs and custom-
house, 84, 86, 89 ; 96, 101, 103,
no, 117, Dutch at, 154; 158, 166,
'Globe' from, 279, 321, at, 292;

293. 297
Matsuura Hizen no Kami See Tome

Same
Matt. See Weights and Measures
Mattran, factory desired at, 277
Maund. See Weights and Measures
Maurice, Stadtholder, of Holland, made

a Knight of the Garter, 165
Mauritius Island, wood from, 189
Meer Shumelo, Shabunder of Masuli-
patam, 17
Melsham, purser of the ' Clove ' (Eighth

Voyage), 14
Merchandise marks, illustrated, 203,

206, 286, referred to, 325
Meredith, John (Eighth Voyage), killed,

3

Merland, Bartholomew, 190

Mesima (Mexma), 233

Miaco or Miako, 9, 21, 26, 29, 30, 48,
50, 73

Middleburg in Holland, 220

Middleton, Captain David, 318, 322,
323, letter to E. I. C, 324-326;
328, 331, 332, 333. 335. 337. 33$>
339

Middleton, General Sir Henry, at
Makjan, 2, his goods, 39, 67, and
Sheppard's moneys, 41, at Pulo Ai,
78 ; 90, and Mukarrab Khan, 104,
his letters to the King of Socotra,
148, velvet brought by, to India un-
saleable, 174, the King's commission
to, 175, sword-blades brought to
India by, 195, his death, 201, 204,
213. 320, 324. 325. 328 ; his doings
in the Red Sea, 240, 260

Middleton, Captain John, of the First
Voyage, his death and character,

325
Midnall, John, a dishonest trader, 60,
dies at Ajmir, 98, 102, 153, or Agra,
242, his affairs, 105, 106, and goods,



INDEX



363



137, 141, 156, 170, 1S1, 300, in the
Mogul's hands, 193, 237, 299 ; 169

Mill, Thomas, 147

Millward, John, cape merchant of
'Thomas,' letter to E. I. C, 327-328;
330, 338

Mitford, Thomas, signs consultations at
Surat, 132, 133, 134, 135, 137, ap-
pointed a factor for Agra, 134, 214,
241, signs consultation on Persian
trade, 209, memorandum probably
from him for Farewell, 232-233,
letter to E. I. C. on Indian and Per-
sian business, 187, 236-238 ; 240,
signs Steel's commission, 268

Mocha, 1 16

Mocrob Khan. See Mukarrab Khan

Mogore. See Mogul

Mogores (Moguls) in the Red Sea, 275

Mogul, the Great, wars with the Portu-
guese, 96, 107, 149, 150, 151, 155,
desires peace, 157, 189 ; 168, 179,
186, cause of the war, 213 ; 239,
results, 246 ; banishes all the Portu-
guese, 96, 107, and others, 150, and
why, 213, his court, 98, 99, 104,
131, 141, 151, 153, 243, extent of
dominions, 99, 172, Sherley's visit,
99, 106, 107, 108, 141, English
resident at court of, 100, 108, 131,
133, 136, 138, 151, 155, 157, 172,
178, 180, 236, 243, cost of main-
taining, 244, well received, 246 ;
247, 251, 266, 261, letter from
King James I. slighted, 103, 104,
178, 179, his seal to articles, 103,
withheld, 104, 105, presents for,
103, 109, as from King James I.,

138, his taste in, 151, 152, 157, 195,
196, and wishes as to, 173, 174, 178,
presents frequently needed, 180, 183,
193, opened and viewed against
orders, 237, 238, 25S, 261 ; 240, Sir
T. Smith's picture, 246 ; 297, 301,
wars with the Rana, 104, firmans
and letters of, 104, 133, 138, 157,
158, 178, 179, 182, against Portu-
guese, 179, 236, 239, 240, 258, 261,
298, 299, 300, 301, his hunting, 105,
109, and that of his women, 10S,



contempt for merchants, 108, 131,
133. r 3 6 > 243, 2 44. 251, 261, his
great ancestor, 13S, his timorous-
ness, 139, his mother, and the
'Remew,' 213, his merchant, 259,
letter from the Portuguese to, insult-
ing English, 298, orders from, pro-
hibiting removal of ' Frangueis '
goods, 298, 299 ; 142, 143, 149, 156,

169, 180, 181, 185

Moluccas, healthy, and inhabitants
willing to trade, 16, ships of, 31, 32,
33, 34, English trade with, 49, wars
between Dutch and Spaniards in, 68,
71, 78, 80, 166, wares for, 84, 120,
128, trade hindered in, by Portu-
guese, 127 ; 209, 221, 272, 284, 294,
302, 311, trade in, 314; 321, 322,
328, 335, 336, 338

Money. See Coins

Money, false, the cause of the Cochin
China massacre, 197

Monsoons and Winds, 4, 5, 14, 33, 35,
36, 45, 46, 52, 53, 64, 77, 78, 79,
81, 85, 92, 113, 116, 118, 122, 153,

170, 177, 198, 201, 215, 217, 227,
233. 234, 246, 256, 263, 294, 302,
306, 309, 312, 314, 315, 319, 320,
321, 322, 327, 329, 331, 332, 333,

337, 338

Moorish traders in India, S5

Moors of Boeton, 36, of India, S6, 1 1 6,
and the Portuguese, 97, 213, 247,
251, 294, at Patani, 128, at Zango-
maye, 113 ; 279

More, William, of the ' Osiander '
(Tenth Voyage), his money, 101, 1 10

Moreth, Gion Maria di, his poor estate,
164, 165

Moroffe, 285

Mosley, Samuel, purser of the 'Thomas,'
deceased, 320

Mossopotam. See Masulipatam

Mouris Island or Mauritius, 189

Moyella Island, 167

Moyetta Island, 167

Mukarrab (Mocrob) Khan, sometimes
called 'the Nabob,' 96, 103, hin-
ders business, 104, 133, Sted inter-
views, 135 ; 137, his covctousness,



564



EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



138, delays the English, 149, 150,
151, 179, 237, 238, 240, 241, 251,
insists on seeing present for Mogul,
151, 178, 179, 297; 152, 153, 261,
his letter on Midnall's goods, 156,
181, the sole channel to reach the
Mogul, 157, 178, 179, arch-enemy
of English, 168, 171, 176, 178, 180,
185, bribes the Dutch to fight the
Portuguese, 171, list of things de-
sired from England for the Mogul,
173, 183, Downton's notes thereon,
173-174, his relations with Down-
ton, 185, 186, receives Edwards
favourably, 213, called 'the Nabob,'
225, 229, 254, 283, 296, 303, 305,
312, and the Mogul's letters, 226,
239, 240 ; 249, 258, civilities to
Ball, 257, 25S, Preston's opinion of,
25S, Jesuit intluence with, 259, re-
fuses guard to English caravan, 260,
despises merchants, 261, his diplo-
macy, 264

Mulliamer Benzaid, King of Socotra,
friendly, 14S

Munday, proposed for Persian venture,
170

Muscovy. Sec Russia

Muscovy Company, the, 265

Muscovy hides, 152, 173

Muskat, 177

Musketo, Portuguese merchant, prof-
fers friendship, 259



Nabob, the. See Mukarrab Khan

Nafa harbour, 234, 235

Nangasaki, 13, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27,

51, 72, 74, 76, 196, 228, 230, 235
Nanking, silk of, 32, 128, 271, 276,

315, 323, 327, proposed port at which

to open trade with China, 199 ; 235
Narangee or Naranse, the broker, 218,

250, 281, 282, 286
Narsapur or Narsarpurpeta, 41, 43, 60,

80, ship built at, 116; 293
Nealson, William, of the Eighth

Voyage, left in Japan, his duties, 5 ;

1 8, 25, 47, letter to Wickham, 71-

73 ; 75. 215. 216, 217, 228, 235



Negrotat. See Tatta

Nelson, William, servant to Sir Thomas
Smith, 176, 244

1 New Year's Gift,' E. L C.'s ship, 25,
136, 172, 212, 255

Newell, Richard (of the Sixth Voyage),
sent to Landak, 29, 57

Newman, Richard, in Persia, 9S, and
Midnall, 105, 106, 299

Newport, Captain Christopher, his
good fame, 122, 171, plot of a Portu-
guese sailor against, 190, his discon-
tent, 190 ; 212, 225, 2S7, 325, 330,334

Nicholas. Set Withington

Nicholls, William, list of writings sent
home by him from Tecoo, 147, he is
left at Bantam, 277, opinion of Cobb's
conduct, 285, letter presumably from,
toE. I. C, 287-292, sent as assistant
merchant in the ' Thomas ' to Suma-
tra, 328, 338

Nicobar Islands, 115

Ningim or Ningin root, its value, 114,
and scarcity, 191

Ninth Voyage {see Marlowe, Captain,
ship 'James,' Davis, master, Biocke-
don, Cobb, Gourney, Sheppard),
119, 120, merchants of, 123, 160,
162, goods of, 269

Nobisana's Island See Ikshiu

North-west Passage, Adams' desire to
seek, 200 ; 221



Ocanano, John de, a Spaniard, in
Japan, 216, 217, 222, 223, 227

Oftley, Robert, 169

Ogashama. See Japan, Emperor of

Okinawa-sima Island {called Lequeo
Grande), 234

'Old Zealand,' Dutch ship, 34

Oliver, , 290

Orancaya Tecoos, the chief of Lugho,
272, 307

Orancaya Paduca Sirnaca, the, and the
Sombaye, 129

Orancayas, the, of Patani like the Eng-
lish, 33, harbour dues, 44, of Pulo
Ai seek English aid, 78, which fails
to reach them, 79



INDEX



365



Ormus, 98, 145, tribute paid by, 146;
153, 169, 170, 177, besieged by the
Persians, 193 ; 237, 252, 262

Osaka, 5, 12, 20, 21, 22, 25, prices
current at, 48, 62; 50, 53, 74, 76,
139, cold weather at, 140 ; 143, 222

•Osiander,' E. I. C.'s ship (Tenth
Voyage), 60, 81, 118, 119, 123, 145,
165, 271, 278, 280, 284, 285, 2S7,
288, 289, 290, 294, 295, 302, 313,
314, 319, 320, 321, 323, 325, 327,

332, 334, 335, 338, 339
Oxima orOshima. See Amami Oosima
Oxwicke, John, factor for Broach, 134,
goes thither, 213, letters from Aid-
worth, 218, joint letter from the
same, 282, another, 286-287, letter
from Biddulph, 225, letter from
Edwards and others, 249-250, letters
from Elkington, 218, 219-220, 225-
226, 228-229, 232, 295-296, 302-

3°3, 3 3-304, 30S-30 6 , 3 ri -3 I2 >
letter from Preston, 231, letter to
Biddulph, 224, letter to Elkington,
283-284 ; 241, 259
Oyen Dono or Owendona, Governor of
the young King of Firando, iS, 20,



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