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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 3: 1617-1621 (1870), pp. 529-542. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68880 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Eagle, the 745, 823, 834, 926, 939, 1000, p. 496, 1174.

-, purser of, see Hayward, John.

Eaglefield, John, p. 230, 672.

Earle, Abraham, p. 97, 803.

Earrings, p. 307.

East Indies, voyages to-

-, fourth voyage to, 157, 265, 466, 712, 816.

-, sixth voyage to, 184, 1171.

-, -, dividend on, 377.

-, seventh voyage to, 221, 466, 482, 489, 496, 499, 684.

-, -, dividends on, 252, 377, 503.

-, eighth voyage to, 1168.

-, -, dividend on, 165.

-, ninth voyage to, 198.

-, -, dividend on, 198.

-, tenth voyage to-

-, -, dividend on, 157, 165.

-, eleventh voyage to-

-, -, dividend on, 198.

-, Capt. Pring's voyage to, 193.

-, Lord Rich's voyage to, see Rich, Robert, Lord.

-, commanders of voyages to, see-
-, Barwicke, Thos.
-, Bickell, John
-, Bonner, Robt.
-, Dale, Sir Thos.
-, Harris, Christopher
-, Johnson, Wm.
-, Joseph, Benj.
-, Keeling, Wm.
-, Lancaster, Jas.
-, Martyn, Nathaniel
-, Middleton, David
-, Middleton, Sir Henry
-, Munden, John
-, Parker, Wm.
-, Pepwell, Henry
-, Pring, Martin
-, Saris, John
-, Shilling, Andrew.

-, wages of the commanders, captains, and masters of, 224, 754, 1177.

-, -, carelessness and cowardice of, 764.

-, -, complaint against, 942.

-, prizes taken in, 189 ; see also Rich, Robt., Earl of Warwick.

-, journal of an English captive, 667.

-, concerning the sailors hired for, p. 266, 785.

-, -, almshouses and a provision for their families, p. 267.

-, disorderly conduct of the mariners to be suppressed, 584.

-, "evil government" of, and punishment to runaway sailors, 775, 816, 930, 942.

-, -, compared to thieves in Newgate, 775.

-, beverage recommended for, 653, 774.

-, wages of seamen employed by, 797.

-, ship from, wrecked between London and Gravesend, 826.

-, names of ships belonging to the East India Company, and which sailed to, see-
-, Advice
-, Andrew, Anne Royal
-, Ascension
-, Attendance
-, Bear
-, Bee
-, Blessing
-, Bull
-, Centaur
-, Charles
-, Claw
-, Clove
-, Defence
-, Diamond
-, Discovery
-, Dragon
-, Dragon's Claw
-, Eagle
-, Elizabeth
-, Endeavour
-, Exchange
-, Expedition
-, Fortune
-, Francis
-, Gift
-, Globe
-, Godspeed
-, Greyhound
-, Hart
-, Hector
-, Hope
-, Hopewell
-, Hound
-, James Royal
-, Lion
-, Lioness
-, Little James
-, London
-, Mayflower
-, Merchant Royal
-, Moon
-, New Year's Gift
-, Osiander
-, Owl
-, Palsgrave
-, Peppercorn
-, Primrose
-, Reformation
-, Robert
-, Roebuck
-, Rose
-, Ruby
-, Samaritan
-, Sampson
-, Solomon
-, Speedwell
-, Star
-, Sun
-, Supply
-, Swan
-, Thomas
-, Thomasin
-, Trades Increase
-, Trial
-, Unicorn
-, Unity.

-, -, names to he given to, 745.

-, -, alteration of names of, 455.

-, report of the number of the Company's ships in, 659.

-, ships arrived in, 38, 52, 132, 154, 245, 547, p. 486.

-, ships left for England, 245, 251, 286.

-, ships returned from,
-, 52
-, also in-
-, 1617 : Peppercorn, 2, 12. Globe, 4, 18, 37-8, 44, 47-8, 54, 127. Dragon, 244. Expedition, 244.
-, 1618 : Charles, 1, 13, 23-4, 431. Hope, 26, 246, 431.
-, 1619 : Little James, 3, 14, 20, 25, p. 128, 277, 623, p. 267.
-, Bull, 266, 270, 526, 528, 608. Anne, 446. I., 738, 743.
-, 1620 : Rose, 763-4, 767. Lion, 786-7.
-, 1621 : Royal James, 814, 817, 818, 820. I., 927, 929-31, 939, 985, 1103, 1138, 1143, 1171. Unicorn, 1099.
-, 1622 : Hart, 1078. Charles, p. 496.

-, ships ready to sail for, 16, 501.

-, -, building, and to be built, 194, 241, 287, 294, 356, 514, 557, 564, 610, 613, 672, 745, 772, 1052.

-, -, great saving in the building of, 1072.

-, -, warrant for payment of the royal bounty of one crown per ton for building, 382.

-, great charge of shipbuilding, one ship standing in 18,000l., 241.

-, conference about building a ship of 600 tons for, 252.

-, purchase of new ships for, 391, 395, 417.

-, manning of ships for, p. 109.

-, number of ships for the next fleet, p. 56.

-, charge of masts for ships for, 1092.

-, delay in relading the ships for England from, 47, 220, 300.

-, careening of ships in, 241, 802.

-, arrival of Capt. Joseph's fleet in, 127.

-, Sir Thos. Bromley and Capt. Harvye making a voyage from Flushing to, 241.

-, a fleet "setting out stronger than ever" for, 256.

-, congratulations of the Dutch factory on safe arrival of fleet in, 302.

-, ships overburthened, to be hereafter victualled for 21 months for, 564.

-, victualling of the fleet for, 671.

-, ships' stores in, worth 20,000l.,

-, wreck of a ship from, on the coast of Brittany, 348.

-, ship for, driven aground at the Scillies, 779.

-, report of the taking of five great ships in ; "it will go near to make the honorrable Company give a crack," 852.

-, ships to be furnished with fireworks, 489.

-, -, provisions for, 489.

-, "money dear ware in," 186.

-, 36,000l. put up in chests for, 265.

-, the Company intend a trade, not a war, but in their own defence, in, 135, p. 56.

-, description of, 203.

-, the people of, "all thieves," "ravenous people," monsters, 45, 172, 293, 845.

-, Roe entreated to make a map of, see Roe, Sir Thos.

-, -, his account of his proceedings and service, and the Company's affairs in, see Roe, Sir Thos.

-, convict fit to be employed in, 368.

-, mines in, 811.

-, the English suspected of being confederates of the pirates in, 217.

-, estimate of the benefit to the King by trading to, 42.

-, suggestions for bringing commodities from, 16.

-, list of commodities brought from, 1103. I.

-, remonstrance concerning controversy between English and Dutch about trade in, 549.

-, decline of trade in, through English and Dutch striving against each other, 52.

-, all unprofitable factories to be dissolved in, 584.

-, unsatisfactory state of the Company's affairs in, 245.

-, the goods in, sufficient to lade home all the Company's ships, 252.

-, embargo laid in Spain upon commodities from, 62.

-, the people weary of the English in, 276.

-, Roe's lists of goods proper for presents and sale in, 316.

-, opinion on dissolving unprofitable factories in, p. 56.

-, review of the factories in, p. 106.

-, Persian commodities vendible in, p. 159.

-, examination of mariners is to robbing the frigates in, 445.

-, projected waterworks in, 266-268, 269.

-, as to the erection of forts in, 699.

-, the seas of, full of rovers, p. 121.

-, English pirates in, see Pirates.

-, opinion that all the trades in, cannot employ 100,000l. a year profitably (setting Persia aside), 785.

-, Presidents of the English in, see Jourdain, John ; Fursland, Rich.

-, committee to consider the presents to be bought for, 161.

-, -, Sir Thos. Roe's advice on presents fit for, 316-7.

-, the people "can judge of workmanship well," 316.

-, nature and religion of the natives of, 344, 759.

-, experience of the falsehood of the people of, p. 180.

-, "touching the corpse" trial for murder in, p. 374.

-, antelopes or "any such rare creatures," unless for the Company's use, not to be brought from, 241.

-, loss of many men, through bad provisions sent to, 479, 605.

-, bad victuals and beer supplied to, 482, 608, 763, 1158.

-, patent for the transportation of money to, 249.

-, reasons to prove that trade to, "increases, the treasure of this kingdom," 1023.

-, reasons against dissolving the trade of, 1025.

-, gratuity for drawing "plots" of places in, 617.

-, the Grand Signor's subjects in, 16.

-, five Indian boys from, put to school at Leyden (by the Dutch), 1041.

-, insecurity of sending letters in, 515.

-, letter wrapped in tobacco sent to, 518.

-, Archbishop of Canterbury on religion in, 594.

-, the Armenlans in, 317.

-, the Chinese in, 608, 618, 712.

-, -, great prizes taken by Hollanders from, 692.

-, the Danes in, 215, 290. 683, 690.

-, -, East India Company setting up in Denmark, 238.

-, -, proposal to join with, p. 475.

-, -, proposed treaty with, as to commerce there, 1135.

-, Danish ships ready to sail for, 514, 807.

-, Danish ships arrived in, 759, 787.

-, -, taken by Portuguese frigates, 787, 888.

-, -, overtures for amity and good correspondence between English and, 659.

-, the French in, 102, 117, 134, 143, 215, 232, 237, 320-1, 336, 412, 413, 683, 1009.

-, -, desirous to join with the English in, 202, 215.

-, preparation of an East India Company in France, 205, 238, 988.

-, the French admiral arrived in, 240.

-, -, arrested by the Dutch, 242, 251, 253.

-, the French Admiral in, goods taken from, 320.

-, French ships in, p. 109, 257, 540, 933.

-, French ships unmanned and taken in, 352, 421, 533, 636, 637, 645, 722, 888, 1129.

-, French colours set up in an English ship arrived in, in great misery, 1053.

-, ship bought of the French in, 643.

-, the Hollanders in, 5, 47, 49, 52, 82, 94, 99, 105, 106, 108, 110, 117, 127, 141, 143, p. 56, 157, 185, 187, 189, 191, 211, 219, 232, 238, 245, 269, 289, 311, 317, 336, p. 181, 404, p. 186, 449, 742-3, 745, 747, 760, 787, 908, 939, 973, 1007, 1125, p. 475.

-, -, Governor-General of, 847.

-, -, fights with, 53, 125, 332, 334, 338, 424, 457, 516, 547, 574, 594, 602, 605, 609, 623, 667, 727, 734, 741, 755, 763, 765, 767, 775, 785, 822, 846, 888, 948, 979, 1129, 1134.

-, -, ships taken and sunk by, 29, p. 186, 552, 692, 718, 763-4, 814, 852, 883, 939.

-, -, -, value of goods in, 1097.

-, -, at Plymouth, see Plymouth.

-, -, ships leave Hòlland for, 244.

-, -, find their error of using such great shipping in, 765.

-, -, ship cast away about the Channel Islands, 964.

-, -, arrival of their ships in, 243, 607.

-, -, number of their ships in, 814.

-, -, return of their ships from, 244.

-, -, English fleet preparing to meet, 1084, 1116.

-, -, state of their affairs in, 762.

-, -, grow very powerful in, 47.

-, -, grow to insufferable insolencies in, p. 121, 502, p. 267, 918, 1125.

-, -, report of great overthrow of, 121.

-, -, their charges and losses in, 431.

-, -, threaten to take "all the Dutchmen" out of an English ship, 251.

-, -, narrative of injuries received by East India Company from, 948, 982.

-, -, surrender of English ships to, 742, 767.

-, -, return of English ships by, p. 386, 886.

-, -, indignities and wrongs done to the English by, p. 127, 401, 422, 549, 551, 608, 618, 672, 855, p. 375, 914, 1028, 1100, 1153.

-, -, seek the utter destruction of the English in, 948.

-, -, complaint of outrages and excesses done by the English to, 548.

-, -, evil reports and speeches of English by, 89, p. 57, 767.

-, -, evil practices of those employed in the English ships, 47.

-, -, hated throughout all the Indies, 1112.

-, -, are perfidious in all their dealings, 942.

-, -, more bitter against the English than the Portuguese, 241.

-, -, the English are curbed like slaves by, 1127.

-, -, resolution to make war against, 609.

-, -, intend to supplant the English, 1057.

-, -, French ships detained by, 242, 251.

-, -, shoot at English and French colours, 413.

-, -, "give out in all places where they rob that they are Englishmen," 276.

-, -, abstract of complaints of English against, 1057.

-, -, pay a yearly rent to be free of all duties, 403.

-, -, prisoners taken by, 474, 584, 682, 763.

-, -, treasure taken by, 344.

-, -, a black slave belonging to, decapitated by a Japanese, p. 186.

-, -, relations of injuries done to the English by, 425. II., 855. I.

-, -, French informations of differences between England and, 951.

-, -, abstract of, given to each Lord of the Council, and their answer, 428, 438.

-, -, about the stay of their ships in, 478, 495.

-, -, "have some pretext" for, 505.

-, -, how they preserve their men from scurvy in, 774.

-, -, doubts as to the sincerity of, 748.

-, -, feasting between English and, 836.

-, differences between the English and Hollanders in-
-, 1617 : 5, 16, 52, 82, 83-5, 115-7.
-, 1618 : 332, 334, 338, 341, 344, 412, 413, 421, 425, 431, 432, 434, 438, 442, 458, 468, 485.
-, 1619 : 785.

-, -, complaints to the King about, 431.

-, -, the Archbishop of Canterbury's opinion of, 468.

-, resolution of the States General to proceed against the English as "disturbers of the peace, and likely to overthrow their conquests and trade in," 241.

-, special court of the East India Company to consider the business between Dutch and English in, 395.

-, -, complaint of the King to the States for not sending commissioners to England to treat and compound, 43, 425.

-, -, causes of the delay in sending over commissioners to, 448.

-, -, resolution of the States General to send commissioners to, 461.

-, -, ships of war to be ready to take to England commissioners to, 461.

-, -, commissioners require a free pass to and fro, 483.

-, -, commissioners to settle 338, 412, 431, 432, 434, 440, 443, 448-9, 455-6, 460, 461, 468, 471, 478, 480, 484, 485, 499, 504, 505, 506, 513, 523, 534, 537, 541, 544-5, 549, 555, 558-60, 572, 583, 587, 589, 594, 595, 608, 615, 616, 632, 633, 639, 641, 647, 655, 669, 673, 678, 682, 689, 692, 695, 698, 700, 716, 791, 796, 876. See also-

-, -, the English commissioners appointed to treat with those from Holland for settlement of, viz.:-
-, Smythe, Sir Thos. (by the King)
-, Cranfield, Sir Lionel (by the King)
-, Edmondes, Sir Clement (by the East India Company)
-, Diggs, Sir Dudley (by the East India Company)
-, Marten, Sir Henry (by the East India Company)
-, Muncke, Levinus (by the East India Company)
-, Halliday, Alderman (by the East India Company)
-, Abbott, Morris (by the East India Company)
-, Harrison, Wm. (by the East India Company)
-, Bell, Robert (by the East India Company)
-, Handford, Humphrey (by the East India Company)

-, -, Dutch commissioners appointed to treat for settlement of, viz.:-
-, Bas, Thiery
-, Boreel, Guillaume
-, Boreel, Jacques
-, Caron, Sir Noel de
-, Goch, Jean de
-, Liens, Joachim
-, Lodensteyn, Arnoldt Jacobsen.
-, Rychaerts, Andrew
-, Sounck, Albert
-, Vander Dussen, Geovout.

-, -, their commission, instructions, and credentials, 485-488, 491-2.

-, -, finally dispatched for England, 493.

-, -, their chief confidence in His Majesty's favour, 493.

-, -, their style and title, 494.

-, -, their first meeting, 537.

-, -, their audience and entertainment by King James, 506, 509, 527, 582, 673, 702.

-, -, answer of the Lords of the Council to, 509.

-, -, not fully authorized to treat, 509.

-, -, declaration of, 509. I.

-, -, King James's answer to, 510, 513.

-, -, like to break off, 567.

-, -, further commission for, 561.

-, -, the "selected" commissioners by the King, 530, 560.

-, -, about to take their leave, 702, 715.

-, -, knighted by the King, 707, 710.

-, -, gratified for their great pains, 712.

-, -, presents from both sides to, 713.

-, -, have returned home, 722.

-, -, the East India Company's liberality to, 725.

-, -, Treaty between England and Holland respecting, 412, 425, 432, 440, 443, 468, 471, 483, 485, 487, 488, 505, 509, 513, 520, 523, 527, 530, 534, 537, 541, 545, 555, 559, 565, 572, 583, 594, 608, 616, 619, 632, 633, 639, 647, 656, 657, 660, 665, 666, 672-675, 677, 683, 697, 698, 700, 701, 712, 715-717, 725, 728-30, 734, 787, 794, 898, 901.

-, -, -, interrupted and in a manner broken off, 565, 615.

-, -, the East India Company resolve to strengthen themselves if the Hollanders stand too stiffly upon unreasonable terms, 608.

-, -, have broken off about fortifications, 658.

-, -, -, answer to difficulties urged against, 794.

-, -, -, necessity of keeping the proceedings secret, 584, 712.

-, -, -, two Dutch commissioners return to the Hague to relate what has passed in the, 637, 640, 655.

-, -, -, the five points of, 509, 527 541, 583, 657, 683. I., II.

-, -, -, concluded, 674-5, 687, 703, 705, 712, 717.

-, -, -, great feasts and entertainments to Dutch commissioners for, 657, 668, 696, 707.

-, -, -, copies of the articles of, 675. I., 679-681, 685.

-, -, -, ratification of, 706, 717.

-, -, -, bill for engrossing, 717.

-, -, -, received in India, see Bull, the.

-, -, -, will displease Spain, 686, 689, 691, 721.

-, -, -, concerning the "performance of," 955, 957, 990, 995, 1063, 1067, 1180.

-, -, King James the First's declaration touching, 965.

-, -, English commissioners refuse proffered restoration of the "subdued ships," 886, 892.

-, -, well received in, 954-5.

-, -, proclaimed with much solemnity at Jacatra, 883.

-, -, in Neira Castle, 997.

-, -, news of, welcome at Firando, 929-30.

-, -, rejoicings on both sides at, 721, 845-6, 934, 938.

-, -, Dutch general refuses to publish, the, 883, 961.

-, -, -, the, proceeds very falsely in the execution of, 960.

-, -, constructions put upon the articles of, and how the Dutch perform them, p. 385, 942, 945.

-, -, insolence and outrages of the Hollanders since, 855, 965.

-, -, effects of false information concerning, 763, 764.

-, fleet jointly set forth by the English and Dutch in, 712.

-, consultations of English and Dutch in, 837.

-, -, Dutch commissioners to treat again upon the points which the King has taken ill, 903.

-, -, commissioners to attend the Lords, when the King will appoint commissioners to treat with them, 956.

-, -, their proceedings, 954-957, 959-962, 964, 969-970, 974, 998, 999.

-, -, commissioners in Amsterdam from the East India Company about, 829, 873.

-, -, "States ambassadors" in London about, 994.

-, - ready to depart, 995.

-, about sending Dutch commissioners into England touching differences about the two Companies,
-, 1621 : 991, 994, 995, 999, 1001, 1004, 1006, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1017, 1018, 1020, 1028, 1029, 1036, 1040-1044, 1053-5, 1059, 1062-4, 1072, 1076-7, 1082, 1084, 1087, 1090, 1091, p. 454, 1098, 1101, 1104, 1139, 1148, 1164.

-, names of Dutch commissioners from States General to treat in England about differences,
-, 1621 : 1077.

-, Dutch commissioners in
-, 1621 : 1097, p. 498.

-, -, choice of, in Holland, 1098, 1101, 1104.

-, the "ambassadors" now sent, 1166.

-, -, arrive in London, 1168, 1170.

-, considerations how to begin with the new treaty,
-, 1621 : p. 454, 1168.

-, minutes of committees to prepare for the treaty,
-, 1621 : 1097.

-, concerning restitution after the treaty, 855, 859, 860, 878, 883, 889, 904, 941-2, 955, 957, 961, 964, 984, 994-6, 998, 999, 1005, 1010, 1042, 1052, 1057, 1063, 1096, 1097, 1136, 1144, p. 498.

-, -, Dutch declaration, 978.

-, -, -, answer to protest of, 1144.

-, concerning reglement of trade after the treaty, 938, 964.

-, Sir D. Carleton's proposition, 998. I.

-, -, state of the question between the two Companies in reference to, 1180.

-, negotiations in London after the treaty, 1001, 1004, 1062.

-, letter from the President and Council in,
-, 1621 : 981.

-, consultations of the united English and Dutch,
-, 1621 : 1095, 1108.

-, President to reside in Jacatra, see Jacatra.

-, Council of Defence in, 712, 781, 783, 927, 936, p. 402, 1000, 1008, 1067, 1178.

-, Council of War in, 712, 797.

-, -, instructions from, 857, 1019.

-, -, consultations of, 940.

-, fleet of defence, Portugal frigate taken by, 944.

-, the Dutch East India Company, p. 7, 112, 163, 250, 338, 352, 636, p. 349, 919, 922, 1006, 1010, 1040, p. 455, 1117.

-, -, President and Council of, 835, 886.

-, -, -, resolutions of, 862, 892.

-, -, -, letter from,
-, 1620 : 914.

-, -, -, letter to,
-, 1619 : 855. III.

-, -, directors of, 778, 923.

-, -, -, letter to,
-, 1620 : 928. I.

-, -, secretary of, in England, "to set us right again," 744.

-, -, Dutch proposal for the conjunction of the English and, 238.

-, -, Sir Thos. Roe advises the English Company never to join with, p. 121.

-, -, opinions as to "project of union" with, 202, 351, 365.

-, -, France and Spain against conjunction with, 637.

-, -, concerning the conjunction of the English and, 215, 485, p. 267, 693, 695, 704, 708. 738, 760, 767, 811, 1043, 1096.

-, -, deputies appointed to settle differences between England and Holland by, 461.

-, -, "cunningly insinuate" differences may be settled without troubling the King or the States, 1052.

-, -, complaints of, against the English, p. 4, 354.

-, -, complaints of French referred to, 352.

-, -, "desire accord" with the English, 351.

-, -, and Wm. Carmychel, 343.

-, -, sue Le Maire and arrest his ship, 163, 170.

-, -, ships arrived in Zealand belonging to, valued at 70,000l., 485, 1020.

-, -, factors of, p. 4.

-, Italian ship in, 540.

-, the Persians in, 317.

-, the Portuguese in, pp. 4-5, 38, 45, 47, 60, 71, 83-5, 96, 97, 99, 115, 126, 133, 137, 188, 193, 215, 230, 246, 269, 271, 353, p. 186, 415, 594, 601, 607, 683, 712, 742, 745, 750, 787, 883, 1032, 1129, p. 486.

-, -, their ships preparing for, 53, 809, 1016.

-, -, rich lading of the caracs of, 38, 609, 1137.

-, -, fights with, 47, 53-4, 122, 125, 127, 747, 778, 1102, p. 496.

-, -, seizure of vessels of, 127, 344, 609, p. 259, 643, 738, 753, 846, 927, 944, 952, 1119.

-, -, their strength sorely shaken, 127.

-, -, their vessels captured by Capt. Keeling, Capt. Joseph, and others, 127, 193, 230, 289, 300, 302.

-, -, a junk with English taken by, 917.

-, -, crew of a vessel of, tortured, 137.

-, -, large buyers of indigo in, 189.

-, -, Dutch ships taken by, 214.

-, -, frigates sent out to scour the coast and spoil the trade by, 226.

-, -, their designs to surprise English ships in, 756.

-, -, not so bitter against the English as the Dutch, 241.

-, -, trade of, 266, p. 374.

-, -, forgeries blazoned against the English by, 872.

-, -, complaint of the hostilities of the English in, 303.

-, -, only jewels and money taken over by, 220.

-, -, value of precious stones taken over by, 317.

-, -, preparations against the English by, 396.

-, -, supposed to be all dead, 926.

-, -, articles proposed to the Prince Kharrum on the breach with, 402.

-, -, overtures to the East India Company by, 412.

-, viceroy of, 47.

-, see also Rodondo, the Conde.

-, great blow "lovingly given to, by the English and Dutch" to, 938.

-, the Spaniards in, pp. 4-5, 83-5, 99, 115, 139, 215, 353, p. 186, 478, 692, 730, 794, 867, 885.

-, -, ships taken belonging to, 929.

-, -, driven ashore by Dutch ships, 1129.

-, -, overtures to the East India Company by the, 412.

-, -, treasure taken from, 344.

-, -, complaints against the East India Company by, 750, 751.

-, -, King James disapproves of the vigorous war against, 505.

-, -, eight ships of war preparing at Cadiz for, 773.

-, Jesuits in, 16.

-, see also-
-, Acheen
-, Aden
-, Agra
-, Ahmedabad
-, Ajmere
-, Aniar
-, Bandas, the
-, Baroach
-, Baros
-, Battecollah
-, Bengal
-, Booton
-, Borneo
-, Brinjaun
-, Brodera
-, Burrampoor
-, Calicut
-, Cambalu
-, Cambaya
-, Cambello
-, Camboja
-, Candahar
-, Candia
-, Celebes, the
-, Ceylon
-, Choul
-, Chiampa
-, Cochin China
-, Coromandel
-, Cranganore
-, Dabul
-, Damaun
-, Deccan
-, Diu
-, Futtehpoor
-, Goa
-, Gogo
-, Golconda
-, Guzerat
-, Gwalior
-, Hitto
-, Indus, the
-, Jacatra
-, Jangama
-, Java
-, Lahore
-, Lantar
-, Lugho
-, Malabar
-, Malacca
-, Mandow
-, Masulipatam
-, Moluccas, the
-, Motir
-, Negapatam
-, Patani
-, Pegu
-, Perak
-, Pettapoli
-, Pooloroon
-, Pooloway
-, Pulicat
-, Scinde
-, Siam ?
-, Sollimatt
-, Solor
-, Sumatra
-, Surat
-, Swally
-, Tenasserim
-, Ternate
-, Tidore
-, Timor
-, Travancore.

East India Company, "in great bravery," large sums subscribed, 32.

-, composed of most of the Privy Council with a stock of 1,600,000l., 412.

-, an eighth part of the stock, about 204,000l., to be called in for adventure, 284.

-, the first or old joint stock of, 162, 184, 192, 198, 200, 712, 762, 788, 785, 1125, 1128, 1130.

-, -, dividends on, 341, 428, 430, 433, 600, 608, 738, 740.

-, -, sale of adventures in, 306, 314, 437, 445.

-, -, debts of, to be called in, 466.

-, the second or new joint stock of, 287, 589, 653, 772, 783, 791, 1092, 1128, p. 498.

-, -, dividends on, 1128, 1145.

-, -, sale of adventures in, 306, 314, 437, 445.

-, agreement touching the old and new joint stocks, 1107, 1115, 1120, 1123, 1125.

-, furnish the Exchequer with 50,000l., 235.

-, loans to King James, 514, 797.

-, loan to Emperor of Russia, 319, 322, 465.

-, loan of, 329.

-, debts of, 589, 600, 1171.

-, not able to pay their debts, 1151.

-, debts to, 480, 1072, 1092.

-, -, recovered by Roe, see Roe, Sir Thomas.

-, hospital or almshouses for maimed men, orphans, and widows of servants of, 734, 785.

-, gratuities to poor ministers by, 200, 1168, 1171.

-, charities of, 789, 1143, 1154, p. 498.

-, "gratifications" to lords and other officers, of whose favour the Company stand in need of, 781.

-, spices given as in former times to great men, honourable benefactors to, not to be given Christmas, 1621, 1168.

-, bribe said to be given by, 1171, 1173.

-, contributions against pirates, see Pirates.

-, warrant for payment out of imposts on the first goods brought to the port of London by, 795.

-, customs paid by, 1025.

-, a bill set up on the Exchange by a new, 262.

-, book dedicated to, 238.

-, King James I. very favourably disposed to, 294.

-, gracious conduct of King James to, 600.

-, no letters or journals belonging to, to be taken away without special permission, 347.

-, so many "principal men" in the service of, desire to return home, 824.

-, have no affection to west countrymen, 161.

-, the cloth trade of, see Cloth.

-, declaration of, against the abuses of the Dutch, 425. I.

-, borrow timber from the King's yard, 610.

-, amalgamation of the Muscovy Company with, 304, 306, 314.

-, disuniting same, 791 (2).

-, their neglect of Carleton, see Carleton, Sir Dudley.

-, opinion of the yearly profits of, 1062.

-, their affairs "lye a bleeding," 1152.

-, no Dutchman to be employed by, 499.

-, exceptions taken to the interpretation of the patent of, 700.

-, concerning alterations in the Government of, 697, 700.

-, election of officers of, 377.

-, governors of, see Smythe, Sir Thomas ; Hallidaie, Alderman.

-, -, election of, 700, 1039.

-, deputy governor of, see Abbott, Morris.

-, -, election of, 700, 1039.

-, -, offended with governor and deputy governor, 505.

-, -, election of, 700, 1039, 1128.

-, -, oaths taken by, 776, 1040.

-, -, unjust aspersions upon, 789.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1620 : 920.

-, -, motion that each one should not hold less than 2,000l. stock, 1039.

-, -, refusal of the court to "spare" on their own request two of those chosen, 1039.

-, -, gratuities to, 391, 734.

-, -, exceptions to, 700.

-, auditors of, 700, 712, 717, 754, 785, 791, 797, 1057.

-, -, election of, 1039.

-, -, oath taken by, 776, 1060.

-, -, negligencies in accounts discovered by, 783
-, see also Henry Robinson, Henry Garway.

-, beadle of, see Grimston, John.

-, book-keepers of, see Ellam, Andrew ; Lanman, Christopher.

-, -, election of, 1039, 1066.

-, carpenters to be shipped for, 1057.

-, houses (factories) built by, 466.

-, names of factors of-
-, Addames, Capt. Wm. (Japan).
-, Aldworthe, Thos. (Surat).
-, Allen, Rich. (Acheen).
-, Amy, John (Shiraz, Ispahan).
-, Antheunis, Lucas (Masulipatam, Siam).
-, Bache, Henry.
-, Badnedge, Philip (Jambi).
-, Ball, Geo., President (Bantam and Jacatra).
-, Banggam, John (Agra).
-, Banggam, Nich. (Burrampoor).
-, Barkeley, Geo. (Bantam chief).
-, Barkeley, Rich.
-, Barker, Thos. (Shiraz).
-, Barrett, Wm. (Siam).
-, Bass, Sam. (Acheen).
-, Bate, Henry (Pooloway).
-, Beaumont, John (Acheen).
-, Bell, Wm. (Shiraz, Ispahan).
-, Bennett, Walter (Japara).
-, Benthall, John (Ispahan).
-, Biddulph, Wm. (Surat).
-, Bindon, John (Bantam).
-, Bishop, - (Banjermassin).
-, Bond, Abrah. (Acheen).
-, Bonfoy, John (Japara).
-, Brockedon, Thos. (Jacatra).
-, Browne, John (Ahmedabad, Patani, chief).
-, Carwarden, Walter (Cochin China).
-, Churchman, Bart. (Pooloway).
-, Cocks, Rich. (Firando).
-, Cokayne, Geo. (Succadana).
-, Collins, Geo. (Succadana, chief).
-, Colston, Sam. (Amboyna).
-, Connok, Edw. (Ispahan, chief).
-, Coppindall, Raphe (Pooloroon ?).
-, Courthope, Nath. (Banda Isl.).
-, Corzucke, Sophony (Pooloroon).
-, Crouther, John (Persia).
-, Darell, Henry (Surat).
-, David, Cassarian (Banjermassin).
-, Denton, Adam (Masulipatam and Patani, chief).
-, Duke, Matthew (Pettapoli).
-, Eaton, Wm. (Firando).
-, Edmondes, - (Surat).
-, Edwardes, W. (Surat).
-, Evans, Tanfield (Acheen).
-, Everard, Robt. (Tecoe).
-, Farewell, Christopher (Surat).
-, Farie, Benj. (Firando ?).
-, Fernandus, Jas. (Surat, Acheen, Tecoe, Bantam).
-, Ferrers, John (Chiampa).
-, Fetiplace, Fras. (Pegu).
-, Forest, Hen. (Pegu).
-, Fotherbye, Robt. (Bantam).
-, Fowle, Thos. (Macassar).
-, Foxcroft, Sam. (Jacatra, Cambello).
-, Freeman, Robt. (Calicut).
-, Fursland, Rich., President.
-, Futter, Fras. (Masulipatam).
-, Gilman, Edward (Tecoe, chief at Patani).
-, Gonninge, John (Jacatra).
-, Gourney, John (Siam, chief).
-, Greete, Hugh (Suecadana).
-, Griffin, Ric. (Bantam).
-, Gyfford, Robt. (Ispahan).
-, Haies, Robt. (Pooloroon, chief).
-, Hall, Peter (Chiampa).
-, Harges, Rich. (Tecoe?).
-, Harris, Rich. (Tecoe).
-, Haselwood, Rich. (Batavia).
-, Haywarde, John (Jacatra, Succadana).
-, Hazard, Sam.
-, Heynes, Edw. (Surat).
-, Hide, Rich. (Acheen).
-, Hoare, Wm. (Calicut).
-, Hobbes, Giles (Ispahan).
-, Holman, Michael (Acheen).
-, Hopkinson, Joseph (Surat).
-, Jackson, Geo. (Macassar).
-, Jackson, Robt. (Pooloroon).
-, Jefferies, Robt. (Ispahan).
-, Johnson, John (Siam).
-, Johnson, Robt. (Jambi).
-, Johnson, Thos. (Batchian, chief).
-, Jones, Thos. (Masulipatam).
-, Jourdain, John (Bantam, President).
-, Jourdain, John, jun. (Patani).
-, Kendal, - (Banjermassin).
-, Kerridge, Thos. (Surat, chief).
-, Lancaster, Rich. (Surat).
-, Langley, Edward.
-, Larkyn, Robt. (Patani, chief).
-, Leachland, John (Persia).
-, Longe, Edward (Jacatra, Siam, chief).
-, Meade, Edw. (Hitto).
-, Methwold, Wm. (Masulipatam).
-, Mills, Thos. (Jambi, chief).
-, Millward, John (Tecoe).
-, Mitford, Thos. (Surat).
-, Monox, Edw. (chief in Persia).
-, Moore, Wm. (Jacatra).
-, Muschamp, Geo. (Amboyna).
-, Nealson, Wm. (Firando).
-, Nedham, Peter (Calicut, Tecoe).
-, Nicolls, Wm. (Acheen, chief).
-, Offley, Justinian.
-, Osterwick, John (Firando).
-, Oxwicke, John (Jambi, chief).
-, Parkin, Hen. (Jambi, Amboyna).
-, Partridge, Wm. (Acheen).
-, Pattesonn, Henry (Tecoe).
-, Peacocke, Tempest (Cochin China)
-, Pettus, Edw. (Ispahan).
-, Pitt, Rich. (Siam).
-, Pley, Geo. (Ispahan).
-, Polhill, Wm. (Tecoe).
-, Powle, John (Jacatra, Hitto).
-, Purefey, John (Ispahan).
-, Pybourne, Geo. (Tecoe).
-, Randall, Robt. (Lantar, chief).
-, Rastell, Thos. (Surat).
-, Raven, Wm. (Succadana).
-, Rix, Geo. (Jambi).
-, Robinson, Geo. (Acheen).
-, Saker, Christopher (Jambi).
-, Salbancke, Joseph (Agra).
-, Savage, Robt. (Bantam).
-, Savidge, Geo. (Camboja).
-, Sayer, Edmund (Firando).
-, Sherricke, Geo. (Luricca).
-, Short, Hen. (Luricca).
-, Smart, Geo. (Jambi).
-, Smyth, Lewis (Tecoe).
-, Spaldinge, Aug. (Bantam).
-, Spence, Geo. (Cambello).
-, Spurway, Thos. (Pooloroon, Bantam).
-, Stacie, Walter (Macassar).
-, Stavely, John (Pegu).
-, Staverton, Thos. (Macassar).
-, Steele, Rich. (Persia).
-, Steventon, Marmaduke (Jacatra).
-, Stonywell, Wm. (Bantam).
-, Tanner, Adam (Moghistan).
-, Throgmorton, Kellum (Macassar).
-, Tipton, Fras. (Jask).
-, Tompson, Thos. (Persia).
-, Towerson, Gabriel (Moluccas).
-, Tracy, Wm. (Ispahan).
-, Turnor, Daniel.
-, Ufflete, Nic. (Jacatra).
-, Waddon, Peter (Jacatra).
-, Walldo, Lawrence (Surat).
-, Wallis, Anthony (Jacatra).
-, Webbe, Wm. (Patani).
-, Welden, Rich. (Jacatra, Patani, Jambi, Macassar, Bandas).
-, West, John (Macassar).
-, Westby, Rich. (Jambi).
-, Wickham, Rich. (Osaka).
-, Wight, Daniel (Acheen, chief).
-, Willoughby, John (Ara).
-, Wilson, Wm. (Jacatra).
-, Withers, Wm. (Macassar).
-, Woolman, Henry (Acheen).
-, Wolmer, Geo. (Calicut).
-, Wright, Daniel (Surat).
-, Younge, John (Surat).
-, Younge, Robt. (Surat).

-, factors of, 127, 162, 697.

-, -, as to sending over a supervisor-general of, 1143, 1152, 1154, 1159, 1173.

-, -, -, his salary, p. 498.

-, -, wages of, p. 55, 162, 227, 480, 489, 505, 514, 570, 584, 700, 754, 789, 797, 799, 803, 810, 1123, 1130, 1134, 1171.

-, -, -, experienced will not stay without increase of, p. 496.

-, -, their opinion as to Sir Thos. Roe's powers, 147.

-, -, detention of the presents by, 54.

-, -, charge of wicked and notorious living of, 38, 54, 1125.

-, -, "insufficiency and ill condition of," 1143.

-, -, their unreasonable share in prizes, 979.

-, -, "wrangling factors" to be sent to the Bandas, 1032.

-, -, Sir T. Roe's instructions to, 263.

-, -, appointment of and agreement with, p. 55, 480, 482, 489, 505, 507.

-, -, to be paid at the rate of 4s. 6d. per ryal, 35.

-, -, limited number of horses and servants allowed by Sir Thos. Roe to each, 754.

-, -, sent home prisoners to England, 1123.

-, -, death of, 38.

-, goldsmith of, see Mutton, Peter.

-, husbands of, see Mountney, Richard.

-, jewellers of, 92 ; see also Greete, Hugh.

-, ministers of, see Preachers.

-, porters of, p. 55.

-, preachers of,
-, 9, 146, 186, 192, 194, 198, 203, 205, 212, 216, 238, 241, 289, 480, 810
-, see also- Cardrowe, Mathew.
-, Copland, Patrick.
-, Crooke, Dr.
-, Friday, Thos.
-, Golding, -.
-, Gould, Robt.
-, Hatch, Arthur.
-, Leske, Wm.
-, Rand, -.
-, Read, James.
-, Rynd, James.
-, Terry, Edward.
-, Woodhouse, John.

-, -, wages of, 34, 496, 514.

-, pursers of, 464, 543.

-, -, complaint against, 942, 985, p. 496.

-, remembrancer of, see-
-, Capper, John.

-, secretaries of, see-
-, Bacon, Robt.
-, Sadler, Fran.

-, -, election of, 1039, 1066.

-, solicitors of,
-, see- Bateman, Robt.
-, Hall, John Grimstone.

-, surgeons of, 47, 119, 146, 157, 238, 239, 270, 450, 466, 480, 499, 522, 524, 672, 905.

-, -, complaints of their medicines, 47.

-, -,
-, their chests "viewed" by the master and wardens of the surgeons and the apothecaries, p. 350
-, see also- Barnard, Edward.
-, Booth, Myles.
-, Bradshaw, Philip.
-, Greene, Christopher.
-, Harries, Ralph.
-, Hawkins, Thos.
-, Wiley, -.

-, -, to be chosen with approbation of Surgeons' Hall, 700.

-, "general surgeon" of, see Woodall, John.

-, surgeons extraordinary, 765.

-, -, mates,911.

-, treasurer of, 231, 241, 694.

-, -, election of,
-, 1039
-, see also- Bateman, Robt.
-, Harrison, Wm.
-, Stone, Wm.

-, election of officers of, 377, 1039, 1046, 1066, 1143.

-, -, balloting box to be used in, 1066, 1072.

-, officers elected, sworn, 1072.

-, petitions for employment in-
-, 1617 : pp. 96-98.
-, 1618 : pp. 225-228.
-, 1619 : pp. 337-339.
-, 1620 : pp. 407-408.
-, 1621 : pp. 502-505.

-, wages of persons employed by, 227, 241, 306, 480, 816, 1066, 1086, 1130, p. 498.

-, -, gratuity to, 193, 1066.

-, private trade of those employed by, 38, 54, 146, 153, 159, 171, 172, 213, 228, p. 106, 246, 266, 280, 404, 503, 743, 748, 754, 756, 762, 768, 775, 782, 789, 1125, 1134, p. 476, 1138, 1171.

-, -, difficulties of suppressing, 267.

-, -, repressed in Acheen, 879.

-, sales of commodities brought in ships belonging to, p. 56, 165.

-, -, directions for prevention of, 756.

-, -, examinations concerning, p. 470, p. 472.

-, -, "not a factor free from," 1134.

-, Court Minutes of-
-, 1617 : 143, 146, 149, 153, 157, 159, 161, 165, 166, 171, 176, 180, 184, 192, 194, 196, 198, 200, 205, 208, 212, 216, 224, 227, 231.
-, 1618 : 238, 241, 249, 252, 255, 262, 265, 280, 284, 287, 294, 301, 304, 306, 314, 323, 325, 329, 331, 333, 341, 345, 347, 356, 367, 374-5, 377, 383, 387, 391, 395, 417, 421, 428, 430, 433, 437, 438, 442, 445, 450, 455, 459, 464, 466, 469, 474, 479, 480, 482, 489, 496, 499, 501, 503, 505, 507, 514.
-, 1619 : 526, 531, 535, 543, 552, 557, 564, 570, 584, 589, 596, 600, 608, 610, 613, 617, 622, 631, 635, 642, 646, 652, 653, 656, 659, 661, 666, 669, 672, 678, 682, 684, 688, 692, 694, 697, 700, 712, 717, 720, 726, 734, 738, 740, 743, 745, 748, 750-752, 754, 758, 762, 765, 768, 770, 772, 774, 776, 778, 781, 783, 785, 789, 791.
-, 1620 : 797, 799, 801, 803, 806, 808, 810, 816, 821, 823, 825, 829, 832.
-, 1621 : 1039, 1040, 1046, 1052, 1057, 1060, 1066, 1068, 1072, 1073, 1079, 1086, 1092, 1096, 1100, 1102, 1107, 1111, 1114, 1120, 1123, 1125, 1128, 1130, 1133, 1134, 1136, 1138, 1140, 1143, 1145, 1150, 1152, 1154, 1159, 1161, 1168, 1171, 1173, 1175, 1177.

-, concerning a quarterly general court, 791.

-, petitions of-
-, 1619 : 699
-, 1620 : 876.
-, 1621 : 1028.

-, complaint of their proceedings being published, 783.

-, concerning the privilege of perusal of journals, letters, &c., 789.

-, courts to be held every week, 712.

-, courts to meet three times a week, 752.

-, special courts to be summoned, 754.

-, fines for non-attendance at courts of, p. 56.

-, letters to-
-, 1617 : 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 12-14, 18, 23-27, 33, 37-8, 44, 47, 48, 54, 56, 61, 90, 91, 122, 124, 127, 187, 138, 189, 193, 203, 218, 220, 222, 228, 230, 234.
-, 1618: 245, 246, 266, 267, 268, 272, 273, 278, 295, 300, 302, 330, 380, 384, 403, 424, 446, 498, 502.
-, 1619: 573, 601, 602, 611, 618, 623, 624, 625, 643, 742, 746, 753, 759, 760, 761, 763, 764, 775, 780, 782, 786, 787, 790.
-, 1620: 814, 817, 820, 827, 828, 842, 843, 844, 846, 856, 865, 879, 883, 906, 908, 911, 914, 927, 929, 930, 931, 933, 938. I., 939, 942, 943, 949, 963.
-, 1621: 967, 970, 971, 979, 980, 985, 990, 992, 997, 1022, 1067, 1078, 1083, 1105, 1106, 1112, 1118, 1119, 1126, 1129, 1149, 1158, 1163, 1167, 1172.

-, admission of free brethren of-
-, 1617 : 205, 212, pp. 98-99, 238.
-, 1618 : 249, 252, 284, 287, 301, 323, 375, 391, 466, 499, pp. 228-230.
-, 1619 : 653, 776, 778, 791, p. 340.
-, 1620 : p. 408, 1092.
-, 1621 : p. 505.

-, -, terms of admission, 791, 1171.

-, -, discussion on terms of admission of strangers, 1140.

-, transfer of adventures in-
-, 1617 : pp. 99-100.
-, 1618 : 356, pp. 230-1.
-, 1619 : 672, 778, 781, p. 341.
-, 1620 : p. 408.
-, 1621 : 1134 : pp. 505-6.

-, -, alterations in, 377.

-, sale of adventures in, their value-
-, 1617 : p. 56, 165, 198, 216.
-, 1618 : 284, 306, 314, 323, 341, 437.
-, 1619 : 678.
-, 1620 : 832.

-, dividends declared by-
-, 1617 : 157, 165.
-, 1618 : 284.

-, sale of commodities, with names of purchasers and the prices, p. 56, 165, 198, 284, 306, 323, 445, 464, 466, 480, 622, 635, 661, 754, 758, 1072, 1133, 1143, 1154, 1161, 1171, p. 498.

-, members fined for non-attendance, 1161.

-, Scottish, 256, 294,306, 325, 341, 397, 505, 792.

-, -, the patent "ended," 301, 505.

-, -, the patent recalled by the King, 319.

-, -, the King promises not to grant another, 505.

-, -, great charge of, 323.

-, -, assignment of, 379.

-, -, -, losses sustained by, 383.

-, -, revival of the patent,712.

-, -,see also Cunningham, Sir Jas.

East India House, 1086.

East Country, the, 238.

-, saltpetre from, 765.

Easthampstead, letter dated from, 422.

Eastland Company, the, letter to,
-, 1621 : 1022.

Eaton, Wm., 81, 86, 89, 106, 201, 206, p. 126, p. 128, 275, 291, 349, 407, 441, p. 359, 820. I., p. 462, 1124.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1617 : 142, 221, 222.
-, 1619 : 732, 739, 747.
-, 1620 : 817, 929.

Ebert, Wm., 184, 684, 697.

Ebony, 275.

Eclipse, see Moon, the.

Eddo, see Yedo.

Eden, Wm., 646.

Edge, Thos., 797, 1079.

Edlyn, Bryan, 428, 480, 631, 692.

-, Margaret, widow of, 678.

Edmondes, Sir Clement, 505, 555, 559, 567, 685, 697, 712, 738, 778, 781, 799, 1150, 1179.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1619 : 674, 687.

-, -, letter to,
-, 1620 : 925.

-, -, commission to, 534.

-, -, and the East India Company, 1168.

-, Ralph, brother of, 738, 778, 781, 789.

-, -, sons of, 781, 789, 797.

-, -, nephew of, 224.

-, Sir Thos., treasurer of the household, 697, 994.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1619 : 559, 633, 689, 771.

-, -, his adventures in the East India Company, 785.

Edmundes, Alex., 1052.

Edny, Thos., p. 408.

Edwardes, Rich., 1161, p. 506.

-, Robt., p. 228.

-, Thos., p. 408.

-, Wm., 33, 54, p. 57, 220.

-, -, 557, 1143.

Eggs, 1160.

Eglefield or Egglesfield, John, p. 341, 821.

Eland, Wm., p. 96, p. 226.

Elephants' teeth, 34, 44, p. 55, 161, 189, 193, 203, 205, 220, 230, 249, p. 128, 294, 301, 302, 624, 756, 952, 1119, 1149, 1171.

-, capture of forty tons of, 300.

-, worn for bracelets, 220.

Elford, Eliza, p. 227.

Eliot, Francis, p. 340.

-, Lawrence, p. 340.

-, Peter, 842.

Elizabeth, the, 382, 479, 507, 589, 755, 760-1, 767, 814, 842, p. 375, 857, 878, 929-30, 944, 1095, 1110.

-, commander of, see Lenmyes, Edmund.

-, letter dated from aboard, 844.

Elkington, Humphrey, death of, 127.

-, Thos. 450.

Ellam, And., p. 55, p. 57, p. 100, 347, 421, 489, 499, 505, 600, 700, 762, 778, p. 454, 1130, p. 498.

-, -, elected book-keeper to East India Company, 1066.

-, -, gratuities to, 395, 726.

Ellis, John, p. 408.

-, Wm., 823.

Ellwaies, Jeremy, 294, p. 506.

-, Jervis, p. 506.

Eltonhead, Henry, 326.

-, -, will of, 630.

Elwaies, Henry, 265, p. 229.

Elwys, Jeremy, see Ellwaies, J.

Eman, Richard, p. 226, p. 486.

Emanguolique or Emanguiliok Khan, Duke of Shiraz, 339, 446, 498, 753, p. 307, 811.

Embroideries, 270, 316, 317, 624.

Emden, the magistrates at, 387.

Emeralds, 182, 316, 879.

Emerye, Hugh, 617.

Enamel, 624.

Enchusen, secretary of, see Brunings.

Endeavour, the, 137, p. 108, 474.

Endxegery, see Indraghiri.

Engano, Island of, 547, p. 265, 670, 704, 727, 759, 775, 822, p. 374, 948.

England,,-
-, 1617 : pp. 6-8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 34, 38, 43, 47, 54, 59, 66, 71, 74, 76, 87, 90, 92, 104, 123, 124, 127, 132, 135, 136, 137, p. 57, 147, 156, 182, 187, 189, 193, 209, 217, 218, 220, 228.
-, 1618 : 246, p. 120, 269, 270, 275, 276, 278, 284, 286, 293, 302, 310, 317, 326, p. 161, 340, 370, 384, 412, 463, 470, 476, 504, 505.
-, 1619 : 594, 637, 640, p. 267, 666, 693, 704, 722, 727, 747, 753, p. 309, 755, 756, 758, 759, 763-4, 782, 786, 790, 796.
-, 1620 : 802-3, 811, 835. 851, 855. III., 864, 883, 897, 930.
-, 1621 : 959, 960-1, 1000, 1014-5, 1032, 1119, p. 496.

-, the factories in India most commodious for, p. 106.

-, sugar no commodity for, 230.

-, madness to be clothed in silk in, 16.

-, import of Persian silks into, p. 157.

-, Persia as cold as, p. 158.

-, report from Japan of a miracle in, 819.

-, friars and jesuits banished from, 1.

-, chronicles of, 106.

Erberye, Philip, p. 339.

Erith, 1111.

-, attempt of mariners to carry off a Flemish ship from, 770.

Erskine, Thos., Viscount Fenton, letter to,
-, 1618 : 324.

Erwyng, Erwin, or Erwyn, Jas., 184, 466, 469, 789.

Essex, 754.

-, Earl of,see Devereux, Robt.

Ethiopia, 329.

Eton College, 987.

Europe, 168.

Evan, -, 167.

Evans, Tanfield, 360, 384.

-, -, death of, 775.

-, Wm., 618, p. 470.

-, Adrian, p. 341.

-, -, a minister, p. 498.

Evelyn, -,287, 294, 450, 1136.

Everard, Robt., 119, 246.

-, -, death of, 114, 119, 246.

Evington, Sir Jas., p. 341.

Eward, Alex., 750.

Exchange, the, 262, 752.

Exchange (ship), the Royal, 745, 770, 789, 810, 821, 908, 911, 926, 932, 939, 947, 989, 990, p. 425, 1021, 1050, 1108, p. 486.

-, launch of, 750.

-, sails for Amboyna, 933, 997.

-, arrives at Patani, 1007.

-, letters dated from aboard, 827, 997.

-, commander of, see Fitzherbert, Humphrey.

-, master of, see Man, Eustace.

-, consultations aboard, 874, 1037.

-, steward's mate in, see Sill, Henry.

Exchequer, Chancellor of the, see Greville, Sir Foulke.

-, Lord Chief Baron of, see Tanfield, Sir Lawrence.

Exeter, Earl and Countess of,see Cecil.

Expedition, the, 127, p. 55, 161, 255, 505, 624, p. 259, 738, p. 306, 755-6, 760-1, 775, 814, 856, 883.

-, homeward bound, 245, 302.

-, arrives in England, 244.

-, surprised by Holland ships, 763, 767 842, 856, 878.

-, master of, see Rowe, John.

-, penal orders for those on board, 840.

-, cast away in Firando, 930.

Eyens, Anne, 466.

Eyers or Eyres, Thos., 1040, 1052, p. 471, 1171, p. 505.

Eyle, Nath., 192.

Eyre, Sir John, Ambassador at Constantinople, 1049.



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