East Indies, China and Japan
November 1620

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1870

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'East Indies, China and Japan: November 1620', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 3: 1617-1621 (1870), pp. 393-395. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68862 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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November 1620

Nov. 8. The Hague. 918. Carleton to Sec. Naunton. The insolencies of the Dutch in the East Indies and Greenland, and the spoils committed upon his Majesty's subjects, having been so lately subjects of remonstrance, and their promise past to make due reparation, has informed the States that his Majesty had suspended all further proceedings therein until the coming of their embassy. [Extract from Holland Corresp.]
Nov. 12. Newmarket. 919. The King to Sir Dudley Carleton. Incloses copy of letter to the States General, acquainting them with the intention of his Majesty's subjects in sending their committees to the directors of the Dutch East India Company, and requesting them to dispose their subjects to a friendly conformity. Would have him aid and assist the committees in all things. [Holland Correspondence.]
Nov. 15. London. 920. Sir Thos. Smythe, Governor, Wm. Hallidaie, and sixteen others, committee of the East India Company, to Sir Dudley Carleton. Introducing Sir Dudley Diggs and Morris Abbott, Deputy-Governor of the Company, and intreating his favourable assistance in the delivery of the King's letters to the States, as in all other things in which the committees are employed. [One page. East Indies, Vol. 1., No. 82.]
Nov. 16. Patani. 921. John Jourdain and William Webb to Edward Longe, chief in Siam. Denton lost 3,000 ryals of eight, all the money here, and some iron, in all about 5,000 ryals. Shall know this year whether to keep this factory or no ; if they do, it must be better supplied than heretofore, as all their other factories must be. Compare the state of their factories to those of the Dutch. The commodities from a Chinese junk have been equally divided between them and the Dutch ; their description and prices. [One page. Endorsed, "Received per the Fox of the Dutch, 11 Jan. 1620-(1.)" O.C., Vol. VII., No. 905.]
Nov. 20. The Hague. 922. Carleton to Chamberlain. Sir Dudley Diggs and his colleague Morris Abbott arrived on Saturday (the 18th). Carleton presented them to the Prince of Orange on Sunday, and to the States the next day ; from both they will have letters to the majors of the East India Company at Amsterdam, for a quick and good expedition of their business. [Extract from Holland Corresp.]
Nov. 21. The Hague. 923. Carleton to Sec. Naunton. His Majesty's letters presented to the States General by Sir Dudley Diggs and Morris Abbott, and both from the Prince of Orange and the States they will have express letters to the Directors of the Dutch East India Company, with special recommendation of expedition. To this Carleton moved them in regard of the preparations now making in Portugal for a voyage to the East Indies in January next, and that the English deputies might be back with the Company by that time so that their preparations might go on accordingly, [Extract from Holland Corresp.]
[Nov. ?] 924. Petition of Thos. Barwicke, prisoner in the Marshalsea, to the Privy Council. By unjust and untrue informations his worthy masters the East India Company were drawn to have the petitioner committed to Newgate, and then to the Marshalsea, where he hath remained upwards of three months, to the utter undoing of himself, his wife and children, having lost all his estate by the Flemings in the Indies. His answers to all things objected against him show the petitioner does not deserve the heinous aspersions that his enemies have cast upon him. Prays for his release. [Domestic Corresp. Jac. I., Vol. CXVII., No. 102, Cal., p. 195.]
1620. Nov. 30. 925. Robt. Bacon to Sir Clement Edmondes. The East India Company have no desire that Barwicke be longer continued in prison, provided that before his enlargement he may put in caution in the Admiralty to answer such actions as the Company shall prosecute against him. [Domestic Corresp., Jac. I., Vol. CXVII., No. 103, Cal., p. 195.]