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25, 52, 53, 230



Packing, Dutch method of, for cloth,
3, English method bad, 187

Padang, 291

Paduca Sirnaca, an Orancaya, 129

Pagodas. See Coins

Painters of the Great Mogul, 246

Palamban, 112, 122,312

Palsgrave of the Rhine. See Heidel-
berch

Pam, Island of, 122, 127

Paquin. See Pekin

Parsons, John (of the Seventh Voyage),
46, 58, 121, 122

Pasaman, 322, 323

Patani, 3, 5, 16, 28, ships of, 31, 38,
39, 40, 41, 43, the Queen of, her
exorbitance, 44, and loans, 80, 81,
Dutch payments to, 87, 112, 123,
hostages left with, 127 ; 45, 49, 55,
56, 57, 63, 65, 67, 71, 75, 76, 77,



the cloth trade bad, 79, 113, customs
charges at, 79, 80, 81, 82, 91, 92,
94, 95, Hippon dies at, 112, injur-
ious effect of Marlowe's conduct,
114, 117, 119, 120; 121, 123, 124,
145, 160, 165, 201, 202, pepper,
price ^and quality, 203 ; 204, 217,
269, 270, 271, 273, 317, 319, 321,

323, 325, 338

' Patience,' a junk, 28

Pattamar, 101, etc.

Patell, his goods not up to sample,
281

Paulie, William, of the 'Globe'
(Seventh Voyage), 129

Peacock, Tempest, letter to E. I. C., on
voyage of the ' Thomas ' and trade in
Japan, 1-4 ; left in Japan, 5, money
difficulties, 6 ; 8, goes to Nangasaki,
17, Wickham's guns, 18, 71 ; 19, is
sent to Cochin China, 20, 21, 22, 27,
and slain there, 68, 74, 75, 197, 198,
204, 314 ; his book, 30, his message,
51, letters from, referred to, 63, his
conduct, 72, 73
' Tearl,' the, Castleton's ship, 68

Pearls of Bahrein, 146

Pecul. See Weights and Measures

Pedro Branco the little, a famous rock,

115

Pegu, the Ava King of, 82
Pekin, residence of the Chinese Em-
peror, 202
Pengran Protector of Bantam, the, 276,

3l8

Penguin Island, 255

'Peppercorn,' ship of E. I. C, 184,
1S5, 190, 191, 192, 194, 204, 209

Persia, 43, climate of, 98, 170, Eng-
lish merchants in, 98, goods for, 9S,
169, 170, 237, ports of, 98, 99, note
on, 145-146, 170, 177, 210, 211,
Sherley urges English to seek trade
there, 99, his return there, 99, 106,
107, 141 ; 103, 105, Indian ambas-
sador sent to, 107, the tribute from
Ormus, 146, free from customs in-
ward, 147, raw silk of, 152; 169,
213 ; prospects of trade and routes
for, 153, 193, Downton's letters on,



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169-170, 209-211, merchants de-
tailed for, 171, 213 ; 182, consul-
tation on sending an expedition to,
208-209, trade with, 237, 241,
248, 250, 252, 261, 262, go*
and clothing, 237 ; 262, coimuis-
mmii given to Sted and Crouther for
trade in, 266-268

, King of (Shah Abbas), f
the English, 99, Ml port-, 146, 147,
his toll to procure anny pay, 147,
his court, 153; !'>■>, hi^ licence for
trade needed, 170, and tOOgllt, I 7 1 ,
2IO, 211, 242, 262, 267, be :
Or

n Cull", 98, 177
1 104, needful for

■ra, 10S ; 171, 179,
generally understood, 243
I St« Petty

.\ , 1 1 ;

l'etapoli (called Peta; poHe,

etc), 63, 80, 84 trading at,

85. So ; 88. 1 1 7. 293

Petty, Richard, once master of the
1 Osiander ' (Tenth Voyage), later of
the 'Concord,' in, 212, dies, 268,
Uawajof storing dry commodities,
270, 271, his cloves, 274, 316, in
the 'Concord,' 330, 334

rhel>c, John, in Japan, sent toShrongo,
\i. a • dreamer,' 51, 53, at Jeddo,
62, 63 ; 67, invoice of goods sent by
hand of, 70 ; 74, 76, 139, 215, 216,
217, 223, 'grown stately,' 227

Philippines, Dutch and Spaniards in,
68, 71 ; 76, buffaloes' horns from and
price, 205, banished Jesuits in, 201,
221

Tice. See Coins

Pillar set up at the Cape of Good Hope
by Sir Thomas Roe, 1 S4

Tinan. See Pulo Penang

Pisa. See Weights

Pitt, Richard, appointed factor for
Surat and Cambaya, 1 34, 214, 241

Plymouth, 320, 324, 32S, harbour,

329. 331
Poland and Muscovy, war between,
165



Pon Lecma, 287,

Poolla Penchan. .See Pulo Pandjang

Poolowaya (Palo Ai), a, 78

Pootoi

Portugal (and of (Philip

III.), 186, 189

Portuguese (se. I 'Minis,

etc.), tin hum

ship-, btcloding ' Kcniew, * 229, take
Surat shi;>, 1 ■(, 2:,- : i..ul,

257 ; dog the EogUlb near Swally,
257, paM Surat, ll8,
at Surat, 90, their city of 1 >aman be-
;ed, 96, threaten Surat and make
enemies, 97, in Sind, 99, 106, 107,
hinder English

feat of, 1 10) 10S, le a ve S ai I

war with the Moguls, r }S, t.ike their
shi.

iish help againat) invited, 1 | 1,
150, 16S, 186, 213, peace di iredbjr,

150, 155, and tluir .156,
. relations with Mukarrab Khan,

151, 171, claim to exclusive trade,
179, 1S6, Mukarrab their secret
friend, 258, confers with a i

2 S9 J 3°5- l, urn Goga, 155, rein-
forcements expected, 169, 189, attack
expected by I'owntr.n,
fighters, |S 1 ;. 1 88, < hflrJafl trade
at Sural, |SS, 1S9, burn towns and
axe hat d, 21 t, war continued, 236,
239, influence on trade, 241, 260,
menace Surat.

at Surat, 290, 298, Downton's victory
over, 302, 303, 305, peai'
305, not concluded, 312, sailors not
to be employed in Publish ships,
198

Portuguese in Japan, 10, n, in Ma-
cassar, 31, 32, in the Moluccas 16,
in Persia, 99, 146, 210, 242, 262,
injurious to English trade, 276, Eng-
lish not to fight, in those parts, 309,
a friendly Portuguese merchant there,
3>o, 3"

Portuguese language, 104, 106, letter
in, missing, 230

Postle, John, factor in Tecoo, 2SS

Pottany. See Patani



INDEX



367



Predys, Arthur, assistant merchant in
second voyage to Japan, 237, 332

Pregona, 106

Preston, Ralph, left at Surat, 134, ab-
stract of letter to E. I. C, 191, sent
to Ahmedabad, 214, letter to Ox-
wicke, 231, letter to E. I. C, 254-
265

Priaman, pepper of, 1, 280, 318, 321,
371 ; 82, 145, English in great
danger at, 165 ; 291, 322, 323

Prices current at Agra, 192, Ajmir,
180, 181, 300, Ahmedabad, 151, 152,
153, 196, 214, 231, 238, 241, 248,
249, 250, 259, 260, 263, Banda,
308, Bantam, 14, 32, 66, 86, 119, 269,
274, 276, 277, 316, 319, 337, 339,
Broach, 260, Cape of Good Hope,
330, Coast of Coromandel, 337,
Jambusar, 281, Japan, 3, 7, 11, 20,
22, 25, 29, 30, 48, 50, 62, 71, 143,
198, 199, 202, 203, Java, 331, Lu-
ang Prabang, 113, 114, Lugho, Cam-
bello, etc., 273, Macassar, 31, 32,

34, 45, 66, 77, 78, Madagascar, 167,
212, Makjan, 2, Masulipatam, 59,
86, Patani, 39, 117, 124, 125, 127,
128, 129, Persia, 98, 213, Philippine
Islands, 205, Priaman, 1, Siam, 94,
205, Socotra, 148, 212, 256, Suka-
dana, 57, 58, Sumatra, 314, Surat,
107, 164, 193, 213, 218, 229, 232,
248, 253, 254, Tecoo, 288, 289,
291

Private trading by E. I. C. 's servants,

35, 83, 91, 118, 125, 126, 190, 192,
274, 275, 278, 279, 290, 291, 309,
310, 316

Prowd or Prowde, Roger, related to
Sir Thomas Smith, goes to Agra,
176, 214, 241, 243

Pulicat, trade of, monopoly of the
Dutch, 83

Pulo Ai (Poola Waya), 33, 78

Pulo Cupas, 122

Pulo Doei (Pulo Doy), 3

Pulo Lingga. See Pulo Pon Lingua

Pulo Pandjang, 56, 321, 324

Pulo Penang, 115

Pulo Pon Lingua, 122



Pulo Sambolan, 115

Pulo Tingy, 122

Pulo Tioman, 122

Pursers excluded from council, 184,

190, 194
Pussolucke, 113



Quabicondono. See Ticus Same
Queda, cloth from, 128
Quedoquea Stibio Dono, 12
Quinham or Quinhon, chief town of
Cochin China, 197



Rachado, Cape, 115

Rack or arrack, 37, 57, 89

Radaughe. See Redang

Ramadan or Ramazan, the Moslem

fast, 239
Rana, the, of the Mountains, 104
Randan. See Ramadan
Rashbouts (Rajputs), 152, 260, 261,

263
Rashell. See Reshire
Raynawes, 263
1 Red Lion the with the Pile,' Dutch

ship, 71
Red Sea, the, 103, 145, 153, 221, 246,

Middleton's doings in, 104, 240, 260,

trade with India, 241 ; 246, 253, 256,

traders in, 275
Redang Islands, 122
'Remewe' taken by the Portuguese,

213, 247, and burnt, 229, her value,

251
Reshire, port, described, 146
Resident for Agra. See Canning,

and Edwards
Rhine provinces, 165
Rials. See Coins
Roe, Sir Thomas (Ambassador from

James I. to the Mogul) at the Cape

of Good Hope, 184, 191
Rogers, Rev. Peter, goes to Agra, 176,

214

Romsie, , his wages, 56

'Rose,' 147



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EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



'Roquan,' a junk, 27
' Rotterdam, ' a Dutch ship, 80
Rowe, Richard, master of the
' Thomas,' his dissensions with
Hawkins, 320, letter to the E. I. C,

333-335
Rubies, price of, 61, balasse6, 301
Rupees. See Coins
Russia, 165, 263



Sacadaney. See Sukadana

Sacay (Sakeye). See Osaka

Sadler, Richard, appointed a factor for
Surat, etc., 134

Safiandono, befriends the English, 230

Sailing directions, for keeping company,
23-25, for Jasques, 99, Baker's re-
ferred to, 183, Arthington's referred
to, 194, for 'Globe' and 'James,'
285

Sailing times, from the Coast of Coro-
mandel to Bantam, 49, from Japan to
l'atani, 5, from Patani to Sukadana,
77, from Patani for Pulo Ali, 78

Sailing waggons in Korea, 201, 202

Saint Augustine's Bay, 148, purchases
in silver at, 167, 121, 256

Saint George's flag objected to, on ac-
count of its cross, 24

Saint Helena, Island, 209

Saint Lawrence. See Madagascar

Sakuyemon, bis receipt in Japanese,
216

Saldania, Bay of, (see also Good Hope,
Cape of) 146, 148, 167, 183, old
sails to be used there for tents, 184,
the ' condemned men ' left ashore at,
184, 192, 194 ; 185, 188, 189. 190,
brass preferred to copper by natives
at, 192 ; 194, 209, 210, 212, 250,

255. 329» 333. 334
Salmon, Nathaniel, master of the
'Globe' (Seventh Voyage), 285, 290,

294
Salt Isles, the. 332
Salvador, Ferdinando, a Portuguese, in

India, 257, said to be the Mogul's

merchant, 259



'Samaritan,' EL I. C's ship, 318, 319,
320, 322, 323, 325, 326, 327, 328,

332, 335. 337. 338, 339. 340

Sambas, 34, 38, 58, Dutch and l.n-
glish factories at, 66; 123, 79, 92,
the King of, and the Landak expe-
dition, 93, prospects of trade at, 278

Same, a Japanese honorific. Cf. Ticus
Same

Samuel, Nathaniel, master of the
' Osiander ' (Tenth Voyage), 118

Samuel, Thomas, 113

Sandcrofte, John, appointed a factor
for P.aroda, 134, letters to E. I. C,
191, 212-215, 214-215 ; 231

Sandford, Melchior Van, 68, 114

Sangora. Set Sungora

Saris or Sayers, Edmund, or Edward,
left in Japan, 5 ; 8, 9, his trade re-
ports, 22, 47 ; 75, 1 96, 'goes to Siam,
200, 203, and is to be instructed,
206 ; 215, 216, 222, 223, 227

Saris, Captain John, of the Eighth
Voyage, ship 'Clove,' his visit to
Japan, 1, 3, 4, 128, 221, 323, 345,
goes to Tidore, 2, his memorandum
for Cocks, 4-9, with orders as to
payment of wages, 5, 6, and opinion
of William Adams, 6, 7, at Bantam
homeward bound, 14, arranges the
factory, 15, 16; 65, 148, his orders
for the Siam expedition, 196, 197,
315, his specimen kerimon, 198;

251

Sarkhej, indigo of, 152, 153, 188, 214,
247, packing of, 249, prices, 250, 252

Satsuma (Satchma), 235

Savage, Robert, taken on board against
orders, 320

Savoy, the Duke of (Charles Emanuel,
the Great), 165.

Sayer, Sayers. See Saris

Saywell, Matthew, of the ' Globe '
(Seventh Voyage), his wages, 129

Scooich, Wickham's man. 76

' Sea Adventure, ' junk of E. I. C. bought
for the Siam expedition, 196, her
lading, 200, 203, 207, leaky, 215,
216, 217, 222, her disastrous voyage,
223, 227



INDEX



369



Seamanship bad, 64, 185, 192, and in-
ferior crews, 184, 190

Seemon, Zezay, of Osaka, 143

Seer. See Weights and Measures

Segora (possibly Sungora), 39

'Seilan,' the, a Dutch ship, 315

Seilan. See Ceylon

Separate Voyages, inconveniences of,
15, 60, 83, 117, 119, 120, 249, 317

Seran. See Ceram

Serkese. See Sarkhej

Sestos river (called De Cestos and Ses-
tros), 319, 327, commodities of, 329,

333. 334
Seventh Voyage (161 1), 22, moneys of,
41, 68, 306; 112, silver sent on
account of, 206, 208, goods of, 316,

317, 335. 336

Shabunder, the, of Bantam, 318,
of Masulipatam, Meer Shumelo, 17,
of Surat, his ship taken, 137 ;
296

Sheppard, William, and the ' Globe's '
stores, 41, goes to Siam, 44, 45,
joint letter to Jourdain and Cobb,
49; 82, 119, 121, 122, 123, his
accounts sent home, 273

Sherley, Lady, 209

Sherley, Sir Robert, receipt from, 16,
at Sinda, 99, 106, and Agra, 99,
106, on opening trade with Persia,
99, returns thither, 107, 141, his
trading in cloth, 107, 180, 181, gifts
to, 108, a note of his observations on
Persian ports, 145, Steel to be sent
to, 171, Downton's letter to, on
Persian trade, 209-211, and attitude
to Persian trade, 241, 242, 248, 252,
262, 266, 267

Sherongo (Shrongo), in Japan, 5, 10,
12, 13, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 48, 52

Shimeneseak or Shimenoseki, 46

Ships' surgeons mere boys, 184

Shiraz {called also Sherase), 146, 193

Shrongo. See Sherongo

Siam, 3, English trade with, 5, 16, 19,
27. 39. 44. 45. 65, ships of, 31, 47,
67, expedition to, 68, 76, 79, 80, 81,
82, 94, 95, 112, local wars with
Pegu, 82, S4, S7, James I.'s letter

Y 1268.



delivered and factory arranged for,
113 ; 114, 115, 117, 119, 121, com-
position of the expedition, 123, 124;
145, 165, 196, 197, 199, presents to
the King of, 200, 203, 205, 206, in-
voice of the goods sent to, 204, 207 ;
217, expedition unsuccessful, 233,
23S» 315. factory in, 325, 335, 338.

Silver, , cooper of the ' Clove, ' his

name inscribed on Penguin Island,

255

Simma Dono. See Tome Same

Simon, a juribasso in Japan, 27, 227

Sind, 153, 171, land transit difficult,
177; 199, 209, 237

Sind river. See Indus

Singagerie, 127

Singapouren, Strait of, 115

Sirgoes. See Sarkhej

Sixth Voyage (1610), 14, 118, goods
of, 120, 313, 317, 336, moneys of,
306

Skinner, John, master of the ' Globe '
(Seventh Voyage), 60, complotter
with Marlowe, 114, 115, is careless,
293, becomes master of the ' Osi-
ander' (Tenth Voyage), 294, 295,

310, must be kept under supervision,

311, becomes master of the 'Con-
cord,' 322, 336

Slavery (see also Caffro) in Japan, 72,
in the Malay Archipelago, 36

Small ships derogatory to the dignity of
E. I. C, 45, desired, 81, 83, to be
also roomy, 191, for visitation pur-
poses, 326

Smith, Henry, nephew of Sir Thomas
Smith, goes to Agra, 176, 214, 241,

243
Smith, Sir Thomas, Kt., Governor of
the East India Company, alleged
letters from, 60, abstracts of letters
from Edwards, 183, Holmedon, 183,
and Keridge, 183, 185 ; letter from
Blitheman, 328-333 ; letter from
Brockedon on wages, 63-65 ; letter
from Downton on the difficulties of
commanders, 174-177 ; letter from
Edwards, on his appointment as
lieger, 243-246 ; letter from Gourney

B B



37o



EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



on Marlowe, etc. , 88, 89 ; letter from
Ilerode, on his voyage, and the ex-
pedition to Landak, 91-95 ; letter
from Keridge, of exculpation, no,
III ; letter from Larkin, on the
voyage of the 'Darling,' 65-67;
letter from Mitford, 236-238 ; 122,
139, 239, 243, Brighurst's slanders,
245, his good opinion of Welden, 308

Socadanya. See Sukadana

Socotra, and its King, 148, 167, 212,
251, his good disposition, 255

Soldania. See Saldania

•Solomon,' E. I. C.'s ship, 151, 156,
192, 212, 247, 251, 279, 286

Sombase. See Sambas

Sombaye, 112, 123, 129

Soronga. See Sherongo

Spain, the King of (Philip III.), his
alleged suit for Elizabeth, daughter
of James I., 165

Spain, 155, truce with the Low Coun-
tries, but not in the East, 165, war
with the Dutch in the Moluccas, 166

Spalding, Augustine, or Austen, 41, 42,
86, and the porcelain, 92; 117, 122,
and alleged private trading, 27S, 279

Spaniards, in the Moluccas, 2, 68, 166,
in Japan, 6, 7, 10, 11, seize a run-
away, 228, and why, 230, a rene-
gado instigates the destruction of the
'Trades Increase,' 279, fighting
with, to be avoided, 309, why, 340

Spanish money refused at St. Augus-
tine, 167

Spanish wine in Japan, 23

Speck, Jacob, Dutch Merchant, 34, his
new ship, 71

'Speedwell,' a pinnace of the E. I. C. ,
285, 294, 314, 322

Speight, Arthur, instructions for ships
keeping company, addressed to, by
Downton, 23-25

Sphan or Sphane. Set Ispahan

Stapers, Richard, 98, 262

Starkey, Anthony, steward of the
' Dragon ' (formerly of the ' Osi-
ander') his allowance, 101 ; 103, no

Starkey, Richard, dies, 184, 194

States General (of Holland), 19



Steel, Richard, and trade with Persia,
98, 104, and Midnall, 105, is sent to
confer with Mukarrab Khan, 135,
advises a non-mercantile resident for
Agra, 136, signs consultations at
Surat, 137, in connection with the
proposed opening of trade with Per-
sia, 153, 154, 169, 170, 171, 172;
182, 208, 209, commended to Sher-
ley by Downton, 209-210, 211; 213,
237, 242, 243, 248, 249, 252, 257,
262, 267, 26S

Stillero wanted, 256

Stores bad, 187, 190, and needed,
189

Stowaways forbidden, 208

Sturton, — , 23

Sually. See Swally

Suetonius, a copy belonging to Wick-
ham, 75

Sukadana, 16, 28, 29, goods for, 32,
33> 34, 37, 3 8 > 39, 4°, 46, report
from, 55, 56, dissensions at, 57, 65,
poor state of, 66, 92, sailing times
for from Patani, 77 ; 79, 82, lack of
money at, 94, 121, 123, 279, Dutch
at, 271, trade at, 278, 309, 323, 326,

332, 336, 333, 340

Sumatra, 118, 119, trade in, 314, 318,
322, 325, 328, 332, 335, 337, 339

Sunda Straits, 14, the longer route to
the ' Coast, ' 64 ; 80, called ' Sun-
day,' 319; 331, 334

Sunday observance by E. I. C.'s ser-
vants in the East, 21 ; 130

Sungora, 39, 94, 124, proposed factory,
125 ; 129

Surat, 19, 42, 43, 59, 60, 61, 91, trade
report from, 96, threatened by the
Portuguese, 97, 99, 101, 103, 104,
106, the bar of, 107 ; 131, question
of keeping as sole market, 131,
decision, X32, factors appointed for,
134, councils held at, 136, 137,
138, 140, 141, the Shabunder's
ship, 137, English at, 142,

148, 149, Portuguese fighting at,

149, 186, the sub-governor of, 150,
goods of, 151, 188, 193, 194, 337,
338, 340, value of its money, 152 ;



INDEX



371



*53» 155. »S9, 164, '168, river of,
168, Viceroy of the Portuguese ex-
pected at, 169; 170, 171, 173, 174,
176, bar of, 178, 187, 251, merchants
desire trade with English, 179, the
late Governor, 180, goods for, 180 ;
182, 183, 184, 185, 187, 188, place
for sending ships from, 190, small
ships for, 191, trade prospects, 193,
194, 208, 211, 212, 218, 219, custom
house in, 225 ; 228, 232, 236, 237,
2 3 8 > 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 246,
ship taken by Portuguese, 247, 251 ;
248, 249, 252, 253, 256, 257, 258,
259, 261, prices at, 263, sandal-wood
sold at, 27S ; 1S7, 2SS, 290, 295,
Portuguese collect at, 296, 298, 305,
Dutch at, 297; 299, 302, 303, 311,
317, fleet of, 323, 338; 336
Swally, 130, 149, 156, 167, 168, 172,
185, 192, 212, 236, 239, 247, 249,
251, 254, 257, 295, 296, the defeat
of the Portuguese off, by Downton,

303-305; 3"
Sweden and Denmark united, 1 65
Synda. See Sind
Symons, Thomas, surgeon's mate, at

Tecoo, 2S8



Taels. See Coins

Tahanna, a free port in Makjan, 2

Tamburlaine, 138

Tannassary. See Tcnasserim

Tatta (Tutta), 143, 172

Tattamy. See Weights and Measures

Tecoo, 118, 147, 287, 289, 322, 323

Temor, Timour, Tymor. See Timor

Tenasserim (Tannassary), 86

Tenth Voyage (1612), 123, its stock,

177, accounts of, 193, 271, 2S9,

292
Tematta, or Ternate, Spaniards at, 2,

3, language of, 272, King of, friendly,

272, 307
Ternattan, a, governor of Lugho, 307
Thoharton, 129
•Thomas,' E. I. C.'s ship, 1, 318, 320,

322, 325, 328, 332, 335, 337, 338,

339



' Thomasine,' E.I.C.'s ship, 31S, 320,
322, 325, 328, 332, 335, 337, 338,
339. 340

Ticus Same, or Quabicondono, Empe-
ror of Japan and predecessor of
Ogushama, 201, attempt on the life
of the Emperor of China, 202, 221

Tidore, Spaniards at, 2, Dutch losses
at, 80

Tient river, charted, 95

Timor, factory desired at, 277, 309,
336, 338, 340

Toba, a bad harbour, 52, 53

Tobacco prohibited in Japan, 20

Tombaz, 105

Tome Same (called also Semi Dono
etc. orMatsuura Ilizen no Kami), the
young King of Firando, a bad pay-
master, 7, loans to, 9, 10, 12, 52,
53, 54, his governor, 18, 25, and
secretary, 20, his purchases, 48 ; 62,
his military preparations, 230

Toshtro, and the key, 216

Towerson, Captain Gabriel, marries
the widow of Captain William Haw-
kins, 210

'Trades Increase,' ship of the E. I. C.
(Sixth Voyage), 60, 90, 94, destroyed,
102, 165, 201, in what manner, 279 ;
328, 335

Trange, cloth from, 128

Tsushima (Tushma), 5, 22, trade at,
107, its independence, 201

Tucker, John, left at Surat, 1 34

Tuning, Gisbright, a Dutchman, enters
E. I. C.'s service, 200

Turkey and the Turks, 169, 20S, 24S,
trade with likely to fail, 261, 275

Turkish language, a knowledge of,
desirable for English resident at
Agra, 108

Tushma, the boy, and Iris writings, 216

Tushma. See Tsushima

Tutta. See Tatta

Twelfth Voyage (161 2), 14, 16, 60

Tyddore. See Tidore



Ukfington, George, letter to E. I. C.
(abstract), 1S5



372



EAST INDIA COMPANY'S RECORDS



Ufllet, Nicholas, appointed a factor for

Agra, 134, 214, 241
Uringo, 12
Ushian Dona, governor of the old King

of Firando, 1 7, 20



Van Berghen or Vanburchen. See

Berghen
Variao, 249, 296, 304, 305, 311
Varrada, Jeronimo de, letter from, to

the English at Firando (missing),

230
Vataw, 250

Velour, the King of, 83
Venice, cloth of, 50, 86, 108, 180,

202, 219, 225, 300, 312, drinking-

glasses, 195, and looking-glasses etc.,

300
Veriaw. See Variao
Vernon, William, left at Surat, 134
Viceroy of Cambay. See Mukarrab

Khan
Viceroy of Goa. See Goa, Viceroy of
Visapur. See Bijapur
Visitador General of the Dutch, 165
Viss. See Weights and Measures



Wages, references to, 4, 6, 8, 56, 63,
80, 89, 91, 95, 109, in, 121, 129,
136, 154, 173, 176, 183, 200, 244,
262, 266, 277, 289, 290, 301, 315,
3i8

Warne Hall, Cumberland, 130

Watkins, David, 139

Wading Street, 265

Weights, required, 187, 256

Weights and Measures, Eastern and
English, instances of, bahar, 2, 35,
287, 288, equivalent in pounds, 289,
308 ; candy, 59, 86, equivalent, 337;
catty, 1, 13,69, 288, passim; corge,
32, 45, 58, 86, 120, 283, 311, 312,
etc.; covad or covado, 97, 1S0, 181,
214, 220, 225, equivalent in yards,
229, 241, 263, 305 ; coyan, 34, 46,
77 ; haste, 127 ; kintal, 256 ; matt,
7, 25, 26, equivalent, 198, 202 ;



maund, 140, 181, 193, equivalents in
English pounds, 215, 238; 248,
equivalents, 260, 281, 282 ; pecul,
20, 22, passim; pisa, 181, 250;
seer, 123, 127, 231, 250, 253, etc.;
tattamy, of Japan, 198, 202 ; viss,
117
Welden, Richard, 35, letter to Jour-
dain, 35-36; 45, a good linguist,
2 7 2 > 3°7» we ll thought of by Sir
Thomas Smith, 308, stays at Banda,

315

Westby, Richard, 44, at Bantam, 277,
signs letter to E. I. C., 279, and re-
port on Cobb, 285, letter to E. I. C,

335-339

White, Edward, dies, 185, 192

Wickham, Richard, of the Eighth
Voyage, left in Japan, 5, his wages,
6, 315, alleged insubordination, 8,
misrepresented as cruel by the Dutch,
23, 72, letter from Adams, 75-76,
letter from Cocks to him and Adams,
9-10, to him alone, 10-13, other
letters from Cocks, 17-18, 18-19,
21-22, 22-23, 26-27, 46-47. 5*> 53'
54, 67-69, 70-71, 215-216,216,217,
222, 223, 223-224, 227, 227-228,
230, letters from Eaton, 20, 25-26,
29-30, 30-31, 48, 50-51 , 62-63, 74-
75, letter from Nealson, 71-73, 140,
to go to Siam, 200, 203, commission
and invoice of goods shipped in the
* Sea Adventure ' for Siam sent to, by
Cocks, 204-208

William, 68

Williams, John, 32, dead, 37, 57, 94,
his debt, 54

Wilson, Ralph, his trespass against the
Articles, 320

Wilson, William, 126

Withington, Nicholas, at Agra, 100,
106, appointed factor for that
place, 134, letter to Aldworth,
140-143 ; 138, 139, 158, 181, 298,
299

Wood, Timothy, left at Surat, 134,
dead, 156, 213, 236, 248, 252, is
edifying end, 265

Woodall, , 184



INDEX



373



Wootton, Thomas, surgeon, 89, 126,

130, his skill, 292
Wootton, , 6

Xavier, Francis, 96

Ximenes, Ilamando, 18, 20, 202

Yarspur or Yarsurpurpeta. Ste Nar-

sapur
Yasimon Dono, or Zanzebar, 18, 19,

47. 5 1 * 5 2 * 69* 2 »5
Yates, John, letter to his master, We

Greenwell, Deputy Governor of the

E. I. C, 319-320
Yedo. Set Jeddo
Young, John, Aldworth's servant, letter

to E. I. C. (abstract), 1S3; 251



Younge, Robert, appointed a factor
for Agra, 134, 214, 241, goes to
Broach en route, 213

Yousen or Yoosen, John, a Dutchman,
68, 113, 114, 197,206

Yshew. See Iksbiu



Zangomaye or Zhangomaye or Jan-

gama. See Kiang-mai
Zanzebar. See Yasimon
' Zelandea,' Dutch ship, 128
Zendoque Dono. See Andreas
Zeyea Street, in Osaka, 143
Zezay Seemon, of Osaka, 143
Zinde. See Sind
Zoccatra. See Socotra



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