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'Index: J', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 3: 1617-1621 (1870), pp. 552-558. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68885 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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Jacatra (Java), now Batavia, 39, 49, 82, 102, 125, 150, 185, 211, 237, 240, 242, 243, p. 109, 251, 254, 262, 421, 516-519, 529, 540, 554, 607, 609, 618, 628, 643, 648, 667, 678, 694, 734, 747, 755, 785, p. 349, 814, 843-4, 847, 851, 877, 906-8, 915, 930, 990, p. 425, 1000, 1002, 1008, 1015, 1021, 1037, 1050, 1051, 1057, 1069, 1074, 1099, 1118, 1120, p. 470, p. 474, 1138, 1144, 1161, p. 495, 1173, p. 498, 1176.

-, the fort of, 563, 568-9, 718, 742, 1062, 1138.

-, -, concerning the surrender of, to the English, 556, 568-9, 571.

-, -, excessive charges of building, p. 385.

-, minutes of consultations at, 508, 546, 1108.

-, wholesomeness of, 415.

-, English Presidents at, see Brockedon, Thos. Fursland, Richard.

-, English factory at, 371, p. 265, 911.

-, -, guard to defend Company's goods at, 947.

-, -, battering and burning of, 883, 948.

-, -, divided against itself, 415.

-, -, steward of, 825.

-, fights between English and Dutch at, 508, 601, p. 265, p. 359, 822, 948, 979.

-, siege of, by Sir T. Dale, 727, 731, 734.

-, burnt, 742.

-, capitulations of, 525, 654.

-, the Council of Defence to reside in, 878.

-, -, at, 937, 1033, 1112.

-, -, letter from, 1620 : 942.

-, -, letters to-
-, 1619 : 539.
-, 1621 : 1021.

-, -, articles of agreement drawn up by, 953.

-, -, the Chinese, house of, in, 381, 444, p. 470, 742, p. 385, 975.

-, the French in, 320-1, 359, 947.

-, -, fly before the English in, 554, 609.

-, -, the King's desire to buy ordnance of, 406.

-, arrival of Flemish ships at, 125, 145, 237, p. 386, 939.

-, the Hollanders in, 132, 197, 262, 320. I., 337, 357, 359, 366, 390, 447, 490, 516-518, 539, 547, 562, 568, 571, 643, p. 265, 763, 802, p. 385, 886, 980, 1129.

-, -, report that they are to remove from Bantam to, 281.

-, the Hollanders, exceedingly hated in, 742.

-, the Hollanders ships in, 603, p. 374, 927.

-, -, -, loss of, p. 265.

-, -, English bark taken by, p. 187, 413.

-, -, in great awe of the country people, 415.

-, -, abuses toward the English by, 421, 618, 879, 982.

-, -, engross all workmen in, 883.

-, -, levy tolls on commodities in and out of, 942.

-, -, castle in, 601, 609, pp. 265-6, 654, 718, 842, 878, 948, 1133, 1161.

-, -, -, articles agreed on concerning, 609, p. 265, 718.

-, about building a Dutch fort at, 1058.

-, the Dutch governor of, taken prisoner, 718.

-, -, Court of Justice erected by, 899, 1164.

-, English welcomed by Dutch general in, 842.

-, English prisoners with the Dutch in, 842.

-, two English merchants in irons in, 609, 643.

-, blacks and slaves to people, 1108.

-, news of the peace received in, 933.

-, unbesieged, in the hands of the Hollanders, 805.

-, arrival of English ships at, 933, 939, 1083.

-, taken by the King of Bantam, 718.

-, the Hollanders become masters of, 948.

-, -, their pretended sovereignty to, 1004, 1010.

-, Portuguese ship at, 947.

-, King of, 102, 116, 117, 125, 145, 150, 160, 232, 237, 346, 357, 406, 420, 423, 444, 447, 490, 518, 538, 539, 546, 556, 562, 563, 609, 643, 718, 879, 1161.

-, -, articles of peace between King James and, 477.

-, -, wishes the English to help him against the Dutch, 490.

-, -, his exorbitant demands for ground and trading at, 125, 423, 643.

-, -, taken by the Dutch, p. 350.

-, -, his visit to and admiration of the James Royal, p. 265.

-, -, a borrower, 320.

-, -, character of, 125, 423.

-, -, agreement between the Dutch and, 250.

-, -, borrows ordnance of the English, 546.

-, the Queen of, 423.

-, the Prince of, 357, 423, 546, p. 265.

-, -, their wives and women, 357.

-, the Pengran of, 540.

-, escape of Portuguese from the Dutch at, p. 265.

-, preacher at, see Read, James.

-, letters dated from, 55, 82, 95, 116-7, 125, 132, 141, 145, 150, 151, 160, 164, 185, 191, 197, 214, 219, 232, 237, 242, 249, 260, 281, 283, 320-I, 337, 346, 350, 357, 359, 366, 373, 381, 390, 392-3, 400, 406, 410, 415, 419, 444, 447, 490, 497, 500, 524, 563, 568, 571, 609, 614, 718, 742, 814, 841, 845-6, 897-9, 883, 908-11, 914, 932-3, 947, 980-982, 986.

Jackson, Arthur, 249.

-, -, Merabell, widow of, 249.

-, Edward, p. 228.

-, Geo., 39, 73, 130, 189, 213, 353, 370, 423, 439, 444, 524, 554.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1617 : 99.

-, -, taken prisoner by the Dutch, 424.

-, -, his accounts, 760, 1154.

-, John, p. 265.

-, -, death of, p. 265.

-, Mary, p. 503.

-, Robert, 409.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1618 : 236.
-, 1619 : 554, 585.

-, -, report of the murder of, 415.

-, Thomas, 748.

-, -, 182.

Jacob, Godfrey, 1093.

-, Philip, p. 408.

Jacobson, Adrian, letter to,
-, 1619 : 654.

-, Lebe, 1095.

-, Leonard, 857.

Jaddow, a very fit interpreter in Persia, 340.

Jadoe, a broker, 38.

Jambi (Sumatra), 137, p. 58, 159, 194, 214, 326-8, 353, p. 186, 418, 445, 450, 474, 512, 643, 662, 664, 718, 747, 767, 775, 814, 835, 844, 846, 851, pp. 374-5, 877, 883, 917, 939, 943, 1136, p. 486, 1161, p. 496, 1176.

-, trade at, p. 107, p. 496.

-, English factory in, 775.

-, chief of the factory of, see Oxwicke, John.

-, -, letter to,
-, 1620 : 835.

-, ships and supplies sent to, 883, 1172.

-, unhealthiness of, 418.

-, China junks at, 975.

-, Dutch ships at, 164.

-, the Flemings in, 328.

-, -, murder English factor at, 512.

-, -, as to their expulsion from, 662.

-, the Portugals burn towns in, 328.

-, King of, 328, 662, 664.

-, -, presents for, 1174.

-, letters dated from,
-, 96, 328, 418, 472-3
-, see also Saddow Road.

James I., King of England, 5, pp. 5, 8, 28, 42-3, 58, 91. I., 122, 135, 172, 215-6, 235, p. 106, 256, 262, 270, 284, 288, 301, 323, 325, p. 157, p. 160, 340, 343, 397, 408, p. 186, 421-2, 425, 443, 453, 461, 463, 466, 495, 500, 505, 530, 557, 623, 639, 678, 700, 743, 748, 778, 791, 796, 801, p. 351, 819, 873, 878, 955, 1129.

-, and the Emperor of Russia, 307-310, 1080.

-, his letters to the Emperor of China, p. 108, p. 125, 275.

-, his letters to Shah Abbas, 60, 330, 347, 356, 367, 589, 753, p. 308, 1143.

-, proposed treaty between Persia and, 369.

-, -, reception of, 122.

-, his right to Pooloroon, pp. 6, 8.

-, proclaimed King of Saldanha, 926.

-, letters of marque from, 106.

-, letters from-
-, 1617 : 30.
-, 1619 : 534.

-, letters and petition to-
-, 1617 : 233.
-, 1618 : 271, 307, 315, 449, 487, 491, 492.
-, 1619 : 587, 683. I., 699, 724, 728, 792.
-, 1620 : 919
-, 1621 : 1028.

-, letters from the Great Mogul to, 398, 399, 525.

-, letter to the Great Mogul from, p. 345.

-, whether he were like Pope Alexander who divided and distributed the whole world, 329.

-, does not believe the extraordinary accounts received from Japan, 315.

-, thinks the "wonders" of Japan "the loudest lies he ever heard," 792.

-, report from Japan of the effects of a miracle upon, 819.

-, and the South-west Passage see Le Maire.

-,and Coryat's writings, 594.

-, and English captives in Algiers, 608.

-, articles of peace between King of Jacatra and, 477.

- and the Grand Signor, 593.

- and Sir Jas. Cunningham and his patent for a Scottish East India Company,
-, 294, 319, 378, 505
-, see also Cunningham.

- and Sir Robt. Rich,
-, 594, 600, 608, 666, 768, 772, 778, 781, 783, 785, p. 345, 806, p. 349, 810, 823
-, see also Rich, Sir Robt.

-, -, will not let him wage law against the East India Company, 591.

-, -, lewd speeches of the Hollanders against, 468, 767, 860, 864, 867, 868, 870, 881, 891, 903.

-, will cast them behind his back, 505.

-, and the treaty of 1619 with the Dutch, concerning the East Indies, 483, 487, 488, 509, 510, 513, 523, 530, 532, 537, 541, 544-5, 555, 559, 565, 567, 583, 587, 616, 632, 647, 665, 668, 669, 672, 673, 675, 677, 683, 690, 695, 698, 700, 705, 711, 716, 717, 965, 969, 974, 991, 995, 996.

-, -, complimentary letter from States General concerning, 724.

-, audience of States commissioners with, 506, 509, 527.

-, -, names of ambassadors sent from to, 928.

-, gratitude and acknowledgment of eternal obligation of States General to, 728, 730.

-, princely usage of the States commissioners and entertainments by, 668, 702, 715, 722.

-, States commissioners knighted by, 707.

- and the States General, after the treaty, restitution, &c., 855, 859, 889, 891, 896, 918, 923, 928. I., 994, 1004, 1028.

-, his wish to have the Dutch commissioners treat in England, and remarks thereon,
-, 1621 : 1004, 1006, 1009-1011, 1017-8, 1020, 1164, 1170.

-, -, a subject of deliberation by the States General, 1041.

-, refuses audience to Sir Noel de Caron, the Dutch ambassador, 1036.

-, his favour and good opinion towards East India Company, 294, 799, p. 348.

-, the East India Company implore the aid of, in accommodating differences between the two companies, 1058.

- and the East India Company, 1023, 1025, 1028, 1029, 1036, 1040-1044, 1046, 1055, 1059, 1061, 1076-7, 1082, p. 454, 1139, 1148, 1177.

-, his request to the East India Company for a loan of 20,000l., 514.

-, gratuities by the East India Company to the officers and noblemen in attendance on, 1168.

-, about the release of a Dutch ship, 945, 946.

-, wholly distastes the vigerous war against the Spaniards in the East Indies, 505.

-, and the King of Denmark, 1135.

-, presents from the King of Acheen to, 760-1.

-, and Sir Thos. Roe, 745, 749.

- and the Royal James, p. 475.

- and the pirates, 896, 1096, p. 498.

- and the Narrow Seas, see Narrow Seas.

-, his chaplain, see Field, Dr. Theophilus.

-, his cofferer, see Darrell, Sir Marmaduke.

-, comptroller of his household, see Carey, Sir Henry.

-, clerk of his kitchen, see Twyne, Wm.

-, his fishmonger, see Angell, Wm.

James, Edward, p. 229, 700, p. 408, 1128.

-, Giles, 180, 184, 231, p. 97, 786, 790, 830, 1149.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1619 : 592, 624, 756, 759.

-, -, elected one of the "committee" of the East India Company, 1039.

James Royal, the, 10, 11, 18, 20, 37-8, 40, 47, 54, 61, 76, 78, 94, 97, 104, 127, 147, 158, 162, 176, 186, 187, 189, 230, 246, 251, 254, 259, 269, 301, p. 156, 392, p. 186, 473, 512, 516, 522, 525, 600, 603, 607, 609, 643, 670, 762, 775, 785, 787, 829, 842, 844, 851, p. 374, 878, 916-7, 929, 939, 947, 963, 979, 982, 1107, 1111, 1115, 1123, 1125, 1128, p. 471, 1134, p. 475, 1145, 1152, 1154, 1161.

-, -, mutiny on board, 48.

-, arrives in India, 245, 787.

-, plot of the Dutch to take, p. 265.

-, -, arrives in Japan with news of the treaty between England and Holland, 915, 930.

-, -, arrives in England, 814, 1100.

-, -, -, the King's desire to be certified thereof, 1102.

-, -, consultations aboard, 158, 296, 802, 824.

-, -, wages of the sailors of, 442.

-, -, Capt. of, see Pring, Martin.

-, -, masters of, see
-, Leman, John
-, Coytmore, Rowland.

-, -, prisoners brought home by, 1107.

-, -, commission and letters dated from aboard, 48, 188, 193, 286, 289, 295, 298, 302, 328, 423, 654, 802, 943.

James, the Lesser, see Little James.

Jangama, 221, 283.

Janson, Wm., Vice-Admiral of the Dutch fleet, 857.

Japan, 8, 12, 26, 89, 137, p. 55, 221, p. 107, 278, 291, 441, 450, 750, 802, 817-820, p. 360, 842, 883, p. 386, p. 486, 1172, 1173.

-, extraordinary accounts of, 315, 792.

-, shortest route to, 233.

-, privileges granted to the English in, p. 3.

-, -, abridged, 315.

-, endeavours to renew the Company's privileges in, 1, 201, p. 126, 275.

-, trade of, p. 2, 86, 122, 275, p. 360.

-, -, "is at the best," 275.

-, supplies fit for, p. 107.

-, no English shipping arrived for three years in, 819.

-, English shipping sent to and arrived at, 843-4, 878, 908, 927, 930, 1012, 1014, 1021.

-, appearance of two comets in, 819.

-, English and Dutch fleet to return from Manilla to, p. 403.

-, "one of the greatest princes of," see Fushma, Tay.

-, street quarrel with English in, p. 359.

-, excessive charge of factory at, p. 495.

-, opinion that all the factories in India should be furnished with silver by the factory of, 275.

-, immorality and sickness in, 1105, 1106, p. 495.

-, great reduction in price of merchandise in, 930.

-, great rise in price of merchandise in, 1112.

-, news of the peace between England and Holland in, 929-30.

-, interest of money in, 967.

-, Romish religion in, 8.

-, Jesuits and Christians banished from, 105, 315.

-, all churches, burial places, &c. pulled down in, 819, p. 360.

-, the Chinese in, 221, p. 127, 274, 732, 1133.

-, the Hollanders in, p. 3, 24, 105, 142, 152, 201, 206, 233, 275, 407, 441, 732, 757, 1112, 1154, p. 495.

-, -, complaint by Chinese, Spaniards, and Portuguese against, p. 127.

-, -, fight between Spanish and, 274.

-, -, indirect dealings and outrages of the, 274, 818-820.

-, -, proclaim war against the English in, 818-9.

-, -, call the English prisoners their slaves, 818-9.

-, -, offer rewards for the life of any English merchant in, 818, 820.

-, -, extol their King as the greatest in Christendom, 819.

-, -, the English esteemed before, 931.

-, -, two beheaded for drunkenness, 1112.

-, arrival of Dutch ships in, 201, p. 126, 819, p. 359, 927, 930.

-, the Dutch chief in, see Specx, Jacques.

-, Admiral or Commander-in-Chief in, see Westarwood, Adam.

-, the Portuguese in, 221, pp. 126-7, 819, 1118.

-, broil between some Japanese and a Portuguese carac, p. 127.

-, the Spaniards in, 221, p. 127, 275, 819, 1118.

-, -, refused access to the Emperor of, p. 2.

-, -, fights between Dutch and, 274.

-, monastery in, see Misericordia.

-, printing in and almanacks of, 315.

-, Jesuits in, see Jesuits.

-, ware, 609.

-, plate, 206, 226, 278, 963.

-, silver, copper, iron, 1, 12-14, p. 107, 275.

-, silver abounds in, p. 125.

-, currency of, 226.

-, Emperors of, see
-, Taico, Same
-, Ogusho, Same
-, Shongo, Same.

-, Jurabassa of, 441.

Japanese, the their treatment of English sailors, 1112.

-, commodities not cared for by, 1.

-, no trusting to the promises of, 967.

-, forbidden to become Romish Christians, 8.

- secretary, his desire for brass English ordnance, p. 3.

- court, 24.

- admiral, p. 2.

- junks, 847.

-, letters in, 566, 576-580.

-, see also-
-, Firando
-, Fushamy
-, Miako
-, Nangasaki
-, Osaka
-, Sakaii
-, Shashma or Xaxma
-, Umbra
-, Yedo

-, see also North-west Passage.

Japara (Java), 102, 125, 197, 392, 406, 415, 476, 538, 547, 643, 844, 883, 943, 990, 1032, p. 474.

-, all things extreme dear in, 883.

-, taken by assault and burnt, 718, 948.

-, King of, also the Mataram, 119, 197, 538, 643, 718.

-, governor of, 990.

-, English ships sailed to, 939.

-, English factor at, see Bonfoy, John.

-, chief factor at, see Bennet, Walter.

-, the Dutch at, 102, 406, 490, 718.

-, -, broil between the governor and, 400.

-, the swaggering Flemings all put to the sword at, 476.

Jask (Persia), 15, 18-20, 37, 46-7, 54, 74, 75, 76, 77, 91, 92, 122, 124, 127, p. 57, 144, 156, 162, 188, 193, 230, 270, 302, 330, 339, 340, 347, 446, 467, 480, 535, 584, 600, 624, 756, 759, 811, 890, 895, 900, 926, 1102.

-, description of, 37.

-, the Prince of Persia's desire for the English to settle trade on the coast of, 308.

-, Roe's instructions for proceedings at, 162, 302.

-, very good warlike ships to be built for, 613.

-, the port of, concerning fortification of, 18, 122, 756, 811.

-, -, assigned to the English by the Shah
-, its commodiousness, pp. 157-158, 498, 753.

-, ships for, 589, p. 350, 834.

-, arrival of ships at, 811, 1128.

-, the factors at, 761.

-, the Portuguese at, 762.

-, the Portuguese at, desire of, to fortify, 76.

-, -, precautions against, 144.

-, fight between English and Portuguese fleets at, 992, 1126.

-, the governor of, 18, 77, p. 306.

-, -, death of, 37.

-, distance between Ispahan and, how performed, 498.

-, castle, 37, p. 306.

-, bay or road, 48, 972.

-, letters dated from, 10, 11, 18, 230.

-, minutes of consultations held at, p. 306.

Jason, the, 466.

Java, 145, 164, 234, p. 186, p. 359, 883, 911.

-, natives of, 100, 408, 490, 547.

-, -, in irons aboard the Dutch ships, 373.

-, -, offer a price per head for, living or dead, 948.

-, -, "glad of a contract" between the Dutch and the King of Jacatra, 250.

-, junks, 99, 100.

-, English ships trading to, p. 186.

-, "the treacherous Javas," 609.

-, the Mataram hopes to be monarch of, p. 266.

-, division of pepper growing upon, p. 385.

-, the Hollanders in, 352, 490, 597, 948.

-, junks,
-, 1165
-, see also Bantam, Cheribon, Gressic, Jacatra, Japara.

Jeames, Edward, p. 505.

-, Francis, p. 505.

-, Dr. Thos., Librarian of the University of Oxford, p. 229.

Jefferies or Jeffreyes, Robt., 496, 499, 649, 700, 756, 778, 788, 798, 812, 849-50, 871, 880, 890, 893-5, 900, 911.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1620 : 811, 858, 861, 872.
-, 1621 : 992, 1119.

-, -, dismissed the Company's service, 895.

-, -, committed a prisoner, 972.

Jeffrye, -, p. 227.

Jenkins, John, 211 , 684

-, -, Joan, sister of, 684.

-, Samuel, 742.

Jenkinson, Robt., p. 228, p. 231.

-, -, Margaret, widow of, p. 231.

-, Robt, junr., p. 231.

Jennet, Wm., p. 225.

Jennings, Thos., p. 55, p. 505.

Jennynges, Thos., p. 226, p. 227.

Jennyns, Abrah., 785.

Jersey, 964.

Jesson, Randall, p. 226, 821, 829.

-, -, Mary, wife of, p. 226, 829.

Jesuits, 1, 16, 535, p. 360.

-, banished from Japan, 105, 930.

-, publicly whipped in China and Japan, and condemned to perpetual imprisonment, 757.

Jewels
-, 156, 182, 216, 220, p. 121, 557, 1103.I., 1149, 1171
-, see also Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Precious stones.

Jhor (Malacca).

-, the Dutch in, p. 58.

-, King of, p. 58, 597.

Jincee Mooda, see Mooda.

Joachimi of Zealand, see Liens, Joachim.

Joanes, Capt., 286.

Joesius, Benedictus, 16.

Johnson, Alderman, 700.

-, Adam, p. 97.

-, George, 907.

-, Henry or Henrick, 814, 846, 877-8.

-, John, factor, (Siam), p. 90.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1617 : 86, 89.

-, -, letters to,
-, 1617 : 201, 226.

-, -, death of, 140, 349, 407.

-, -, p. 98, p. 226, 785, p. 408.

-, John, (Dutchman), 1095.

-, Paul, 194.

-, Robert, chief factor at Jambi, 328, 846, 883, 1143, 1161, p. 496, 1177.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1617 : 96.

-, -, letters to,-
-, 1619 : 662, 664.
-, 1621 : 1174.

-, Robt., pp. 96-97.

-, Thos., chief factor at Batchian, p. 96, pp. 338-9, 803, 827, 932, p. 407, 1141.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1620 : 911.
-, 1621 : 1026, 1027, 1034, 1045, 1047, 1089, 1109, 1127, 1131, 1142, 1157, 1162.

-, -, instructions for, 1008.

-, -, sickness of, 1089.

-, -, insulted by a Dutch gunner, 1127, 1155.

-, Timothy, 742.

-, Wm., pp. 96, 97.

-, Capt. Wm., 634, 761, 1065, 1095, 1112, 1153.

-, -, instructions to, 857.

Joles, Wm., p. 502.

Jones, Benjamin, p. 230.

-, Sir Francis, p. 341.

-, John, p. 359.

-, Robt., 52, 421, 505, p. 338.

-, -, petition of, 553.

Jones, Thos., master of the Lion (Lord Rich's ship), 526, 557, 801, 803, 806.

-, Thos., factor, 34, 40, 403, 564, 810, 1015, 1033, 1125, 1134, 1138.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1618 : 404.

-, -, examination of, and his employments, 1134.

-, -, his wages, p. 474, p. 504.

-, Thos., serjeant at law, p. 98.

Jonson, -, 265.

-, wife of (daughter of Sedgwick), 265.

Jorden, see Jourdain, John, the younger.

Joseph, Capt. Benj., 51, 94, 119, 127, p. 57, 193, 345, 604.

-, -, "slain in fight," 54, 94, 127.

-, -, "a man of extraordinary respect and note," p. 57.

-, -, his fleet, 266.

-, -, Isabel, wife of, p. 57, 345, 791.

-, -, son of, see Maddox, Mr.

Jourdain, John, president of the factory at Bantam, afterwards president of the English factories in the East Indies, p. 2, 19, 24, 106, pp. 56-8, 159, 184, 194, 205, 231, 237, 245, pp. 126, 128, 280, 384, 423, 479, 501, 546, 554, 584, 597, 601, 603, p. 266, 712, 726, 742, 755, 760, 763, 765, 767, 775, 787, 797, 802, p. 348, 814, 822, 841, 846, p. 374, 883, 908, 1074, 1134, 1138.

-, -, grant to, 171.

-, -, agreement with, to serve the East India Company five years, 184.

-, -, Macassar planted by, 746.

-, -, letters written by, not delivered, 515.

-, -, report of his being taken by the Hollanders, 767.

-, -, escapes drowning, 609, 734.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1618 : 524.
-, 1619 : 538, 563, 607, 628, 638, 644, 662, 664.
-, 1621 : 968, 973, 1002, 1007, 1013, 1048, 1069, 1070, 1099.

-, -, letters to-
-, 1617 : 9, 36.
-, 1618 : 516, 517, 518, 519.
-, 1619 : 562, 614, 855. II.

-, -, Dutch ships sent after his fleet, 763, 948.

-, -, -, report of the taking of, in Patani road, p. 375.

-, -, "killed in fight," 747, 817, 818-9, 820. I., 835, 842, 845, 878-9, 888, 908, 933, 948, 980.

-, -, how killed, 846.

-, -, inventory of his goods, &c., 948.

-, -, his salary and estate, 589, p. 471, 1145, 1154, 1161.

-, -, promise of the Dutch to restore his papers, p. 386.

Jourdain, John, the younger, 192, 775, 917, 1134.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1619 : 614.
-, 1620 : 921.

-, -, to remain chief at Patani, 883.

-, -, his sister, see Viney, Susan.

-, -, his nephew, see Viney, Jonas.

Jourtan, 415.

Joye, Edward, 622.

Joys, John, p. 337.

Judea (Siam), 221, 817, 917, 930.

-, English factory settled in, 817.

-, letter dated from, 86.

Jurabassa Tanyonge, 516.

Juxon, John, 1072.

-, Samuel, 216.



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