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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies and Persia, Volume 8: 1630-1634 (1892), pp. 658-673. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=71484 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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Eagle, the, 189.

East Country, the, p. 448, p. 450, 492, p. 476, p. 515.

East Indies, sixth voyage to, most of the adventurers dead, 566.

East Indies [and Persia], voyage to [called the First Persian Voyage], p. 37, 65, 96, p. 104, 124, p. 120, 184, p. 157, 187, 190, p. 190, p. 243, p. 256, 266, p. 259, 269, p. 311, 386, 394, p. 368, 441, 489, 490, p. 464, p. 482, 514, p. 542, 584, 594, p. 575.
-, -, -, owes 1,100l., p. 431.
-, -, -, remains in the Indies 10,000l., 489.
-, -, -, abstract of accounts of, 575.
-, -, -, adventures in, valued at 50l. per cent. and sold by the candle at 41l. per cent., p. 314.
-, -, -, -, sold at 60l. per cent., 465.
-, -, -, -, valued at 160l., p. 571, 610.
-, -, -, dividend of 40l. per cent., p. 406, p. 412, p. 415, 543, 575, 610.
-, -, -, -, 20l. per cent., p. 572, 610.

East Indies [and Persia], voyage to [called the Second Persian Voyage], 41, 65, p. 67, pp. 71–2, 91, p. 77, 121, p. 104 (2), 124, p. 110 (2), p. 114, 141, p. 123, 145 (2), 148, 200, pp. 176–7, 202, p. 180, 207, pp. 184–6, p. 188, pp. 190–2, pp. 194–5, p. 208, p. 210, 229, 231, 234–6, p. 230, 256, p. 243, 261, pp. 247–8, p. 256, 266, p. 259, 269, 281, 291, 293, 305, p. 286, p. 288, pp. 302–3, 334, p. 311, pp. 323–6, 358, p. 340, p. 344, 377, 380, p. 349, 384, pp. 352–3, p. 379, 441, p. 422, 479, p. 448, 489, p. 459, 490, 494, p. 482, 514, p. 523, 564, 584, 594, p. 599.
-, -, -, owes 68,370l., p. 431, 597.
-, -, -, auditors' account of, 489, 575.
-, -, -, adventures in, valued at 40l. per cent., p. 314.
-, -, -, -, sold at 34l. per cent. profit, 465.
-, -, -, -, valued at 180l., p. 571, 610.
-, -, -, dividend at 30l. per cent., p. 406, p. 412, 500, 543, p. 415, p. 572, 610.
-, -, -, -, calculated at 64l. per cent. more, 479.
-, -, -, -, sufficient to divide with the 30l. per cent. already divided 150l. per cent., 489, 490, 543.
-, -, -, -, on first and second voyages of 13l. per cent., 420.
-, -, -, -, -, of 40l. and 30l. per cent., 437, p. 405 (2), 610.
-, -, minutes of adventurers of First and Second Voyages, 383, 420, p. 406, p. 411, 489, p. 460.
-, -, ships belonging to the First and Second Voyages, four in each voyage, p. 311; viz.:—

Blessing;Mary;
Exchange;Speedwell;
Hopewell;Star;
James Royal;William.

East Indies [and Persia], voyage to, [called the Third Persian Voyage], 60, 65, p. 51, 92, 95, 132, p. 114, 137, 141, 145, 183, pp. 163–4, 200, 200. I., p. 176, 201, p. 185, pp. 187–8, p. 190, p. 196, p. 228, 261, p. 248, 304, pp. 332–5, p. 422, 479, p. 459, 490, 494, 564, 584, 594, 606, p. 571, p. 573, 614.
-, -, -, owes 28,000l., p. 431.
-, -, -, auditors' account of, 575.
-, -, -, adventures in, valued at 30l. per cent., p. 314.
-, -, -, -, offered at 15l. per cent., but not sold, 465.
-, -, -, -, valued at 140, p. 571, 610.
-, -, -, dividend on, pp. 572–3.
-, -, minutes of adventurers of Second and Third Voyages, p. 473, 598.
-, -, the three voyages to, p. 20, 40–2, p. 289, 332, 415, p. 439, 553.
-, -, -, debates concerning, 40, 42, 65, 184, 186, p. 163, p. 288, 348, pp. 319–20, p. 571.
-, -, -, -, uniting them into one joint stock, p. 114, 186, pp. 288–9, 309, 365, pp. 375–6, 610, 618, 622, pp. 595–6, 626, p. 609.
-, -, -, factors unwilling to mix the goods of the voyages and joint stock, p. 190.
-, -, -, confusion in the accounts of the voyages and joint stock, p. 615.
-, -, -, against setting up particular voyages and dissolving the joint stock, 251.
-, -, -, against trade being divided into voyages, pp. 184–5.
-, -, -, proposition for dividing and settling the three voyages, 432, p. 571.
-, -, -, ordered and agreed that the three voyages be turned over to the third joint stock, 610.
-, -, the three voyages valued respectively the first at 160l., the second at 180l., and the third at 140l., also together at 150l., p. 571, 610.
-, -, -, transfer of adventures in, p. 109, p. 239, p. 338, pp. 506–8.
-, -, book of subscriptions for a Fourth Persian Voyage, 165, 184, pp. 157–9, 186.

East Indies, captains, commanders, and masters of ships to, 45, 68, 82, 128, 130, 133, 142, p. 148, 184, 187, 191, p. 220, p. 255, 274, p. 286, p. 303, 345, 401, 404, p. 405, p. 436, p. 445, p. 475, 511, p. 484, p. 493, p. 497, 527, p. 514, 538, 557, p. 629.
-, -, -, -, letters patent to East India Company's granting power to appoint, 526.
-, -, -, -, election and appointment of, 82, 371, p. 498 (2), p. 517.
-, -, -, -, letters to, 163, 177, 601.
-, See also the following with names of the ships to which they were appointed:—
-, Allnutt, Rich.; London.
-, Andrewes, Peter; Exchange, Expedition.
-, Austen, Edw.; Palsgrave, Swan.
-, Barnes, John; Star, Coaster.
-, Batten, Capt.; Charles.
-, Beaumont, Thos.; Star.
-, Bickley, John; Discovery.
-, Birkdale, Jas.; Dove.
-, Bradbent, Wm.; Speedwell.
-, Browne, Geo.; London.
-, Browne William; Exchange.
-, Burley, John; Intelligence.
-, Dunn, Henry; Palsgrave.
-, Elsmore, John; Jewel, Star, Blessing, Charles.
-, Evans, —; Hart.
-, Fletcher, Thos.; Star.
-, Godfrey, Thos.; Hopewell.
-, Hall, John; Palsgrave.
-, Hatch, John; Dolphin.
-, Hopkins, Rich.; Comfort.
-, Jay, Jo.; Swallow, Mary.
-, Jesson, Randall; Pearl.
-, Millward, John; Pearl?
-, Minors, Wm.; Speedwell.
-, Monck, Rich.; Dove, Jonas, Discovery.
-, Moreton, Mat.; James Royal.
-, Morris, Wm.; Discovery.
-, Norbury, Nich.; Reformation, Falcon, Roebuck.
-, Pashley, John; Mary.
-, Pynne, John; Exchange, London.
-, Roberts, John; Blessing, James Royal, Jewel.
-, Slade, Jas.; Mary.
-, Smith, Robt.; Exchange.
-, Stamper, John; Falcon.
-, Swanley, Rich.; Hart, Jonas.
-, Taylor, —; Samuel.
-, Waterman, Giles; Swallow.
-, Watts, Thos.; Hopewell.
-, Weddell, John; Jonas, Charles.
-, White, John; James Royal, Hopewell.
-, Williamson, Thos.; Jude, William, London.
-, Wills, Mat.; William, Blessing.
-, Wylde, Rich.; Charles.
-, -, -, to have but one man to attend them, p. 169.
-, -, -, their profuse expense, p. 103, 305.
-, -, -, dogs carried out by, 128.
-, -, -, wages of, 82, 114, 118, p. 105, p. 289, p. 484, p. 498, p. 511.
-, -, -, -, about deduction from, 496.
-, -, -, gratuities to, see under their respective names.
-, -, -, private trade of, p. 220, p. 230, 484, 496, p. 484.
-, -, -, suspended for private trade, 288, p. 573.
-, -, -, orders for suppressing private trade, to be added to their commissions, 385.
-, -, -, bonds printed for, 383.
-, -, -, oath for prevention of, 274.
-, -, -, punishment for, 175.
-, -, -, wills and estates of, 332, 334, p. 489.
-, -, -, presents of plate to, p. 383, p. 530.
-, -, mates, 175, p. 289, 385, p. 417.
-, -, -, appointment of, 82, 135, p. 289.
-, -, -, drunkenness and debauchery of, 238.
-, -, -, gambling of, p. 498.
-, -, -, mortality of, p. 605, 629.
-, -, pursers, general, see
-, Joyce, Thos.
-, Robinson, Benj.
-, Turner, Thos.
-, -, pursers, p. 19, pp. 25–6, 45, 60, 63, p. 80, 96, p. 92, 175, p. 188, p. 235, p. 255, 341, p. 358, p. 406, p. 417, 486–7, p. 485, p. 493, 522, p. 598, 628.
-, -, -, election of, 63, 82, p. 498.
-, -, -, order concerning their books, 508.
-, -, -, order distasteful to, confirmed, 536.
-, -, -, "the greatest private traders," p. 23.
-, -, -, their great private trade, p. 379, p. 386, p. 417, 484.
-, -, -, drunkenness and debauchery of, 238, 267.
-, -, -, mortality of, p. 605.
-, -, mariners, p. 19, pp. 25–6, p. 51, 71, 74, p. 68, p. 105 (2), 182, 184, p. 220, 332, 385, p. 358, p. 448, 529, p. 515, 597, p. 573, 620 (2), 623, p. 598, p. 608, p. 619.
-, -, -, lists of (Dove and Jude), p. 250.
-, -, -, their private trade, p. 21, p. 152, 187, 269, 319, 322, p. 379, p. 386, pp. 406–7.
-, -, -, cloth and pepper bought by, p. 103, p. 105, 332.
-, -, -, punishment for private trade, 175.
-, -, -, allowance of prizes to, and greediness of, p. 22.
-, -, -, sickness of, 225, p. 584.
-, -, -, mortality of, p. 75, p. 228, 402, p. 519, p. 584, p. 605, 629.
-, -, -, petition of shipwrights and others, 120.
-, -, -, committees for, 385, p. 529.
-, -, -, to be drilled in the use of arms, p. 515.
-, -, -, gratuities to those in Charles and Swallow, p. 359.
-, -, -, abatement of 2d. in the £ wages, 120, 494–496, 557.
-, -, -, refused wages, p. 484.
-, -, -, their wives, p. 515, 593.
-, -, -, French in East India Company's ship, p. 450.
-, -, about building ships for, 60, 283, 415 (2), 476, p. 458, 492, 584.
-, -, a new ship of 600 or 700 tons will be built for 5,000l. or 6,000l., 560.
-, -, about purchase of ships for, 195–6, 303, 334, 337 (2), 339, 341, 344, 346, 352, 383, 385, 492, p. 515, 533, 584, 586, 588–9, 620–1, 623, 628.
-, -, repairs to ships for, 187, 188, p. 171, p. 269, 383, 415, p. 402, 557, 559, 615, 636.
-, -, eight East India Company's ships in port of London, 576.
-, -, how to prevent the worm, 415.
-, -, old ships almost worn out, 560.
-, -, none will make another voyage except the Mary, 584.
-, -, ordnance for, 48, 588.
-, -, prohibition to shoot off great ordnance at drinking of healths or feastings aboard ship, p. 514.
-, -, boats and barges for, 48, p. 81, 114, p. 275.
-, -, -, repairs to, 172, p. 436.
-, -, master of East India Company's barge, see Chambers, Edmund.
-, -, names of ships belonging to the East India Company, which sailed to [which see]—
-, [N.B.—Those printed in italics were either built or purchased between 1630 and 1634 inclusive.]

Abigail;James Royal;
Anne;Jewel;
Blessing;Jonas;
Charles;London;
Christopher;Marigold;
Coaster;Mary;
Comfort;Palsgrave;
Crispin;Pearl;
Discovery;Reformation;
Dolphin;Samuel;
Dove;Scout;
Eagle;Simon and Jude;
Exchange;Speedwell;
Expedition;Star;
Falcon;Swallow;
Hart;Swan;
Hopewell;Thomas;
Intelligence;William.

-, -, names of the East India Company's ships arrived in—
1630:Blessing, 70, 83, p. 88, 171.
Discovery, 83.
Dove, p. 86.
James Royal, 45, 70, 83, 121, 164, 171.
Reformation, 83.
Star, 88, pp. 86–8.
William, 70, 83, 171.
1631:Exchange, 241.
Hopewell, 200, p. 228, 254.
London, p. 209, 223.
Mary, 201, 241.
Palsgrave, p. 209, 223–4.
Speedwell, 241.
1632:Charles, 292, 331, 347, p. 340.
Dolphin, 292, 331, 347, p. 340.
Hart, 292, 331, 347, p. 340.
Intelligence, 284, 347, 399.
Jewel, 284, p. 323.
Jonas, 292, 300, 331, 347, p. 340.
Pearl, 284, 292, 304, 347, 402.
Swallow, 292, 331, 347, p. 340.
1633:Comfort, 501, p. 601.
Discovery, 534, p. 518, 555.
Palsgrave, 534, p. 518, 555.
Reformation, p. 518.
Swan, 377, 534, 616.
1634:Blessing, p. 619.
Coaster, 601, 627.
Hopewell, p. 619.
Jewel (29 June), 616, 627.
London, 560, p. 619.

-, -, names of East India Company's ships laid up in—
-, Abigail, p. 87, p. 90, p. 105, p. 175.
-, Christopher, p. 90, p. 105, p. 175, 239.
-, Coaster (old ship), p. 86.
-, -, names of East India Company's ships sold as unserviceable or broken up—
-, Falcon, 237.
-, James Royal, 559, 560, 572.
-, Star, p. 455, p. 470, p. 475.
-, -, names of East India Company's ships lost or wrecked in—
-, Charles (burnt), p. 341, 374, 386, 388, p. 360, 468, 492, p. 472, 498.
-, John, 129, 210, p. 208.
-, Macassar, 129.
-, Morris, 32.
-, Samuel, p. 22, p. 155.
-, Swallow (burnt), p. 341, 374, 386, 388, p. 360, 468, 492, p. 472, 498.
-, Union, 125.
-, -, names of East India Company's ships returned to England from—
1630:London, 31, 59, 60, 65, 67, 75.
1631:Charles, 30, 45, 171, 174, 175.
Discovery, 81, 88, 159, 171, 286.
Jonas, 30, p. 27, 171, 174, 175.
Reformation, 88, 171.
Swallow, 103.
1632:London, 210, 246, 254, 261–2, 328.
Palsgrave, 179, 211, 218–9, 221, 230, 238, p. 231, 255–6, 279, 281–2.
1633:Blessing (9 April), p. 203, 257, 266, 331, 429, p. 406, 481.
Hopewell (20 July), 356, 468, 627.
James Royal (25 Aug.), 386, 484.
Jewel (20 July), 355, 356, 468, 476, 479, 506, 627.
Star (20 July), p. 327, 356, 468, p. 455, 627.
William (20 July), 479, 615.
1634:Dolphin, 627.
Exchange, 417, 438, 591, 594, 598, 610, p. 595.
Mary, 534, 605, 610, p. 595.

-, -, East India Company give thanks to Almighty God for safe return of Charles and Jonas valued at 170,000l., 184.
-, -, -, for safe return of Palsgrave, valued at 70,000l., 281.
-, -, the Charles and the Swallow burnt; names of men who perished; delinquents sent home in irons, p. 341.
-, -, see also Charles. Swallow.
-, -, East India Company give thanks to Almighty God for safe return of the Blessing, valued at 150,000l., p. 406.
-, -, sermon of thanksgiving to be preached in St. Helen's church for safe return of their four ships [Hopewell, Jewel, Star, William], p. 457, p. 460.
-, -, East India Company give thanks to Almighty God for the safe return of six of their ships this year (1633), 490 (see names above, also Blessing and James Royal).
-, -, -, goods now returned; in pepper, 150,000l.; cloves, 66,000l.; indigo, 87,000l.; total, 303,000l., 490.
-, -, eight of East India Company's ships in the port of London, 576.
-, -, East India Company express their thankfulness to God for safe return of the Exchange and Mary, 598, 605, 610.
-, -, the Mary double the value of the Exchange, 610.
-, -, computation of all the East India Company's estate and shipping abroad, 348, pp. 319–20.
-, -, -, debates concerning, p. 157, 186, p. 163, 306, 339, p. 311, 342, 348, pp. 319–20, 406.
-, -, 60,000l. sent in fleet to, 400.
-, -, -, -, 127,000l. quick stock for setting forth the next fleet, 475.
-, -, debate whether the fleets to make Persia or Surat their first port, 500.
-, -, commodities vendible in and shipped for [coral, amber, gold, cloth, quicksilver, lead, vermilion, tin, alum, sword blades, cochineal], p. 28, 60, 84, p. 81, p. 529.
-, -, -, profits on, p. 71, p. 183.
-, -, -, much fallen in price, 374.
-, -, commodities shipped for England from [spikenard, sugar, ginger, aloes, quilts, calicoes, carpets, sandal wood, turtle shells, bloodstones, pepper, spices, indigo, china roots, wars, &c., cubobs, cotton yarn, silk, rice], p. 47, 103, p. 103.
-, -, -, scarcity of, p. 340.
-, -, -, double their wonted rates, 374.
-, -, -, only indigo and calicoes sold at profit, p. 374.
-, -, -, compensation to the King's grocer for (spices), 41.
-, -, -, about selling in Spain, 64.
-, -, coining at the Mint for, 638.
-, -, licenses to export gold and silver to, 8, 85, 90, 233, 297, 306, p. 287.
-, -, -, petitions for, p. 288, 486, p. 454.
-, -, two chests of gold, amounting to 11,459l. 7s. 11d., sent to, 408.
-, -, 55 chests of silver, each of 1,000l., sent to, 408.
-, -, 40,000l. in gold, and 55 chests of silver sent to, 584.
-, -, the Mint in, p. 620.
-, -, -, slowness of, p. 620.
-, -, -, the Dutch competitor for, p. 620.
-, -, jewels from, &c., see Jewels.
-, -, the president in, see Rastell, Thos.
-, -, forts and fortifications in, p. 73, p. 75, 92, p. 82, p. 104, p. 160, p. 183.
-, -, -, cost of, p. 73, p. 75.
-, -, -, captain of, see (Armagon), Altham, Emanuel.
-, -, soldiers, p. 73, p. 75, 180, 216, p. 251, 318, 385, 411, p. 442, p. 515.
-, -, halberdiers, 247.
-, -, corporals, 330, 531, p. 515.
-, -, -, wages of, 385.
-, -, trumpeters, 540.
-, -, armourer (killed), p. 616.
-, -, war in, pp. 104–5.
-, -, universal dearth and drought in, 121, p. 106, 133, 146, 616.
-, -, famine in, 117, 121, p. 104, 133, 144, 177, 198, p. 185, p. 209, 221, p. 218, 231, 239, 241, p. 227, 242, p. 231, 246, p. 243, 258, 260, p. 248, p. 251, 270, 272, 292, 300, 303–5, 328, p. 320, 374, p. 353, p. 467, p. 518, 625.
-, -, drunkenness, dicing, and swearing in, p. 221, 238.
-, -, pride, drunkenness, and idleness the chief Indian virtues, 239.
-, -, pestilence, disease, and mortality in, 102, 121, 133, 146, 198, p. 185, p. 209, p. 227, 242–3, 257, 259, p. 248, p. 251, 270, 272, 292, 300, 304–5, 328, p. 320, 374, p. 365, p. 370, p. 439, 481, p. 467, 505, p. 501, 534, p. 518, 610, p. 584, p. 605, 629, p. 628.
-, -, -, 250 families dead at Swally, 30,000 people at Surat, 242.
-, -, -, no one would bury them, 242.
-, -, -, deprived of weavers, washers, dyers, spinners, packers, husbandmen, and all manner of handicraftsmen, through, p. 242, p. 251.
-, -, great hopes of a plentiful harvest, 304.
-, -, great heat in, 534.
-, -, winds more pestiferous than heats in, 634.
-, -, "miserable fire," 256.
-, -, 100 ryals paid for water in, 534.
-, -, "the musick" in, 115.
-, -, rains and inundations in, 272, 304, 616.
-, -, presents for, p. 21, 122, p. 110, 128, 159, 269, p. 326, 357, 400.
-, -, see also Kharome, the Great Mogul.
-, -, Chinese in, 247.
-, -, -, their houses, 247.
-, -, Danes in, p. 71, p. 87, p. 90, 117, p. 194, 246, p. 249, p. 288, 317, p. 584, p. 603.
-, -, -, the general of, 246, p. 248.
-, -, the Dutch in, pp. 22–3, p. 26, 43, p. 52, 75, p. 71, 115, p. 110, 140, 146, 200, p. 175, p. 194, p. 218, p. 221, 242, 247, 317, p. 352, 385, p. 518, pp. 583–4, pp. 620–3, pp. 626–8.
-, -, -, have a brave fleet in, 374.
-, -, -, like to fail of supplies, 246.
-, -, -, no relying upon, 202.
-, -, -, intollerable injuries, cruelty, insolency, &c. of, 1, 370.
-, -, -, objections of East India Company against, 126.
-, -, -, the basest fellows that ever came against men, p. 180.
-, -, -, their cunning circumventing projects, p. 518.
-, -, -, dispeed 1,500 soldiers to prevent trade, p. 110.
-, -, -, powder lent by East India Company to, p. 148.
-, -, -, offer assistance to win Muscat, p. 340, 390.
-, -, -, wherever they gain footing we loose ground, 390.
-, -, -, design of the King of Spain against, 637.
-, -, -, the Dutch East India Company, 2, 26, p. 18, p. 22, p. 90, p. 175, p. 177, 507, 516, 575, p. 583, p. 610.
-, -, -, directors, p. 417, 507.
-, -, -, general and council of, p. 110, p. 618, p. 622.
-, -, -, Bewinthebbers (mayors) of, p. 610, 630.
-, -, -, advocate, p. 417.
-, -, -, notary, p. 624.
-, -, -, deputies of (Commissioners) in England, 2, p. 15, 58, p. 148, p. 157, 325, p. 368, 418, p. 417, 495, 503, 507, 613 (2), 637.
-, -, -, see also
-, Carpentier, Pierre de.
-, Hase, Jean de.
-, Heemeskircke, Jean de.
-, Merens, Jean Martssen.
-, -, -, differences between the English and, 2, 4, 9, 58, p. 145, p. 157, 295–6, 325, 370, p. 368, p. 370, 418, 428, p. 395, 429–31, 491, 495, 503, 507, 510, 512, 516, 523–5, 564, 613.
-, -, -, see also Amboyna.
-, -, -, restitution, reglement of trade, and right of judicature, 58. II., 325.
-, -, -, council of defence, 507.
-, -, -, references to treaties with, 14. 25–7, 36–7, 58. II., 185, 295, p. 368, 507, 523, p. 621.
-, -, -, their ships, 10, p. 22, 101, p. 91, p. 176, 259, p. 274, 386, 438, p. 417, 465, 468, 478, p. 454, p. 472, 534, 627, 630, 634.
-, -, -, -, arrived from, 39.
-, -, -, -, losses of, p. 91, 104, 105, p. 105, p. 606.
-, -, -, fight with Portugals, p. 360.
-, -, -, their ships taken prize by Dunkirkers, 628.
-, -, -, -, design to intercept, 630.
-, -, -, -, arrest of, in England, 423–7, p. 395, 429–31, 437, 478, 495, 503, 577.
-, -, -, -, men from, left ashore, 437.
-, -, -, mariners lent to ships Jewel and Star, 480, 484.
-, -, -, their ships above 100 sail infest all places in, p. 627.
-, -, the French in, the Reformation in fight with, 137.
-, -, Dieppe ship in, 284.
-, -, Persian Ambassador in, see Mahomet Allebeage.
-, -, Portuguese Ambassador in, p. 177.
-, -, the Portuguese in, 10, p. 18, pp. 23–26, 68, p. 51, 73, 83, p. 67, 93, p. 91 (2), 117, p. 105, 169, p. 163, p. 167, p. 177, 210, p. 208, 259, 272, 345, 371, p. 352, p. 360, 406, 428, 436, 470, p. 457, p. 518, p. 589, p. 605, 634, pp. 627–8.
-, -, -, Viceroy of, see Linhares, Conde de. See also Goa, viceroy in.
-, -, -, viceroy and council, p. 627.
-, -, -, so strong in, p. 7.
-, -, -, daily decline in, p. 304.
-, -, -, no cause to fear, p. 67.
-, -, -, not much to be feared by reason of their poverty, p. 518.
-, -, -, their strength daily increases, 406.
-, -, -, insolency and malice of, p. 105, 202–3.
-, -, -, their practice of firing ships, 191.
-, -, -, directions to prepare against, 124, 130.
-, -, -, relation of the fight with (Oct. 1630), and other fights in, p. 22, 87, p. 86, 121, p. 105 (2), 122, 133, p. 120, p. 124, 146, p. 155, p. 360, 515, p. 497, p. 530.
-, -, -, prisoners (sent home), 122, 133, 146, p. 635.
-, -, Portugal prize ship, p. 360.
-, -, -, cannot go out of their ports, but the Dutch take them, p. 518.
-, -, -, about free commerce with, 93, 111, 130, p. 114.
-, -, -, overture for peace with, 269, 608, p. 627, 635.
-, -, -, about a truce with, 555, 592, p. 627, 635.
-, -, -, glory in their victories, and utterly reject peace with East India Company, 161.
-, -, -, desire peace, p. 518, p. 627, 635.
-, -, -, their printed "Annals of India," 634.
-, -, the Spaniards in, p. 91.
-, -, Spain and, 64, 93, 111, p. 114.
-, -, -, design of Spain to intercept English and Dutch fleets, 630.
-, -, see also
Agra;Gundavee;
Ahmedabad;Guzerat;
Ajmere;Gwalior;
Armagon;Haripoor;
Arracan;Hindostan;
Badarpoore;Hugla;
Balasore;Hyderabad;
Baputly;Izapatam;
Baroach;Java;
Baroon;Johore;
Barrigne;Lagundy;
Bengal;Lahore;
Bimlipatnam;Malabar;
Bombay;Malacca;
Brodera;Manegapatam;
Burrampoor;Masulipatam;
Calapara;Mirta;
Calicut;Mogulkaseray;
Cambaya;Mountepuly;
Candacor;Nesampatam;
Candahar;Nettipoli;
Carrapatan;Ninapoli;
Ceylon;Nisiagapatam;
CoromandelPegu;
Coast;Perrally;
Cuttack;Pettapoli;
Dabul;Pippoly;
Damun;Pulicat;
Danda;Ragapoore;
Deccan;Roude ?
Dessealon;Sagapoore;
DiuSanguegueseray;
Doulpore;Scanderoon;
Gagernat;Scinde;
Gingillee;Selebar;
Goa;Solor;
Golconda;Sumatra;
Surat;Vantapooly;
Swally;Viraacheron;
Tenasserim;Zelaer.
Tomina;

-, -, East India Company, the, 17, 27, 33, 40, 49, 97, 138, 212, 226–7, 370, 421, 567, 587, 590.
-, -, -, exemplification of patent of 4 Feb. 1623, 526.
-, -, -, letters patent of, references to, 274, 297, pp. 287–8, 339, 346, 348, 350, 352, 457, 465, p. 431, 486, p. 454, p. 609.
-, -, -, proclamation for encouragement of the trade of, 263.
-, -, -, Sir Wm. Russell's propositions for support of the trade of, 186.
-, -, -, Governor Sir Morris Abbott's report of the decay of their trade, p. 374.
-, -, -, President Wylde's statement of affairs of, 32.
-, -, -, President Rastell's account of affairs of, 70.
-, -, -, Agent Willoughby's account of affairs of, p. 221.
-, -, -, the Governor's statement of affairs of, 575, 584.
-, -, -, Smethwike's statement of affairs of, and his complaint of the management of, 250, 277, 365, 410, 412, 428, 436, 622, p. 595, 626, pp. 608–9.
-, -, -, -, account of East India Company's estate, &c., and debate thereon, 514, 582.
-, -, -, debate on Sir Hugh Hammersley's motion to send two ships to Surat, and on their trade, p. 592.
-, -, -, about altering the government of, 324, 325.
-, -, -, order not to permit any of the generality to peruse letters, accounts, or other writings without special order of the court of committees of, 633.
-, -, -, policies of assurance of, 334, p. 514.
-, -, -, arms of, 96.
-, -, -, their almsmen, see Blackwall, Poplar.
-, -, -, hospitals of, see Blackwall, Poplar.
-, -, -, most of them Turkey merchants, 365.
-, -, -, report of a new (in Scotland), p. 522.
-, -, -, the King's patent to the Scottish, 613.
-, -, -, and the expenses of the Amboyna witnesses, 58, 61, 62.
-, -, -, and the Earl of Denbigh, see Fielding, Wm., Earl of Denbigh.
-, -, -, and the north-west passage; 168, 172.
-, -, -, and the pirates, 464, p. 432, 469.
-, -, -, and the maintenance of fishing in England and Ireland, 465, 483, 518, 536, 537.
-, -, -, old joint stock, pp. 50–2, 88, pp. 71–2, 91, pp. 75–7, pp. 86–7, pp. 90–1, 117, p. 104 (2), p. 110, 129, 132, p. 120, 144, p. 123, 145, 148, p. 137 (?), 161, 180, p. 153, p. 155, 184, p. 157, 186–7, p. 163, p. 169, p. 171, 210, pp. 184–5, p. 190, p. 202, 231, 232, 234–5, p. 230, p. 242, 289, 304, p. 286, 319, p. 302, p. 330, p. 344, 384, p. 352, 575, p. 573, p. 591.
-, -, -, -, resolutions of, concerning, p. 49.
-, -, -, -, owes 201,990l., p. 431.
-, -, -, second joint stock, 41, 42, 48, 60 (2), 65 (2), p. 47, 75, 88, 96, p. 88, 117, 145, 147–8, p. 135 (?), p. 137 (?), 161, p. 155, p. 157, 186–7, p. 163, 200, 200. I., pp. 175–7, 202–3, p. 180, 207, pp. 186–7, p. 189–91, pp. 194–5, p. 202, p. 208, p. 210, 229, 256, 261, p. 268, pp. 323–6, 384, pp. 352–4, 386, 398, p. 370, 479, p. 486, 353, 584, p. 628.
-, -, -, -, transfer of adventures in, p. 109, p. 239, p. 338, 465, pp. 506–8, p. 637.
-, -, -, -, -, sold at 10l. 12s. per cent., 465.
-, -, -, new stock or third joint stock, pp. 49–52, p. 72, p. 76, 184, 297, 302, 341, p. 313, 353, pp. 323–4, 375, 381, 394, p. 364, p. 368, pp. 370–1, p. 376, p. 407, 447, p. 431, 471, 473, 476, p. 439, pp. 458–9, 490, p. 482, 513–5, 517, p. 523, 540, 543, 562–3, 574, 584, 594, 606, 610, 620–1, 623, p. 604.
-, -, -, -, debate concerning, 75, p. 82, 96, p. 155, 184, p. 157, p. 159, pp. 162–3, pp. 288–9, 348, pp. 319–20, p. 571, 610.
-, -, -, -, auditor's account of, 575.
-, -, -, -, the three Persian voyages, turned over to, 610.
-, -, -, -, minutes of court of adventurers of, 383, 598.
-, -, -, estimated value of the great joint stock of 1,600,000l., 250.
-, -, -, the East India Company's stock 1,900,000l., 365.
-, -, -, -, offered at 10l. per cent., not sold, 465.
-, -, -, against dissolving the joint stock, and setting up yearly voyages, 251.
-, -, -, ships belonging to the joint stock, p. 311; viz.:—
Charles;Jonas;
Dolphin;Pearl;
Hart;Swallow;
Jewel;

-, -, -, third joint stock, dividends on, 42, 48, 63, 65, p. 47, 74, 75, 77, 82, p. 67, 92, p. 82, 141, p. 119, p. 153, p. 157, 283, 394, 610.
-, -, -, not to expect any dividend for four or five years, p. 376.
-, -, -, the ancient custom ever held to divide goods or money as desired, 489.
-, -, -, -, delivered to adventurers, 1,100,000l., 365.
-, -, -, confusion in the accounts of and voyages, p. 615.
-, -, -, in less than five years 100,000l. yielded 700,000l., 365.
-, -, -, the first, second, and third. [Persian] voyages turned over to, 610, 614, 622, 626.
-, -, -, -, debate concerning, pp. 595–6, 623, 626, p. 609.
-, -, -, debts of, p. 20, p. 23, p. 47, p. 49, p. 104, p. 153, p. 155, 184, p. 157, p. 177, 210, p. 184, p. 186, p. 242, p. 274, p. 288, p. 325, p. 375, p. 431, 476, 539, 580, 584, 586, 588, 597–8, 610, p. 573, p. 592, p. 595, pp. 620–1, p. 629.
-, -, -, -, Mr. Treasurer's account of, p. 431, 476.
-, -, -, -, debate concerning, 184, p. 157, 186, 514, 582, 610, p. 573.
-, -, -, 100,000l. of debt at Surat, 582, 610.
-, -, -, indebted about 300,000 mam., p. 629.
-, -, -, bills drawn by, p. 407.
-, -, -, East India Company's instructions for borrowing money, p. 471.
-, -, -, -, interest for, p. 49, p. 104, 184, p. 242, 539, p. 615, p. 621.
-, -, -, assurance for 60,000l. taken up at interest, 334.
-, -, -, -, debt of 47,000l. with interest would amount to 60,000l., 586.
-, -, -, delinquent adventurers (debtors) behind with their payments to, 55 (2), 89, 92, 132, pp. 114–5, 141, 145, 187, 283, 291, 293, 297, 305, 316, p. 311, p. 313, 381, 394, 398, p. 364, p. 368, pp. 370–1, pp. 375–6, p. 405, p. 407, 445, p. 431, 471, 476, 479, pp. 448–9, p. 457, 513, 515, 517, 562–4, 575, p. 573, p. 596.
-, -, -, transfers of adventures (stock) in—
-, 1630: p. 109.
-, 1631: p. 239.
-, 1632: 319, p. 338.
-, 1633: 465, 473, p. 448, p. 475, pp. 506–8.
-, 1634: 577, p. 637.
-, -, -, their proceedings in Chancery, the Star Chamber, and other lawsuits against—
Ball, Geo.Fowkes, John.
Barry, Rich.Hall, —.
Billingsley, —.Hawley, Gabriel.
Bix, Rich." Henry
Bonneale, Dan.(executors).
Burrell, —.Muschamp, Geo.
Brethers, Nich.Saunders, —.
Cleveland, Earl or.Slade, Capt.
Coggins, And.Warner, Sam.
Flagg, Mrs.White, John.

-, -, -, bill and answers in re Muschamp fill 700 sheets of paper, p. 172.
-, -, -, the Governor of, 325, see also Abbott, Sir Morris.
-, -, -, -, election of, p. 32, p. 268, 465, 580.
-, -, -, -, gratifications to, 40.
-, -, -, -, -, debate concerning, p. 171, 274.
-, -, -, expense of dinners for Governor and committees, p. 167, 496, 564, 613.
-, -, -, deputy governor of, 325, see also Clitherow, Christopher.
-, -, -, -, election of, p. 32, p. 268, 465, 580.
-, -, -, -, gratifications to, 40.
-, -, -, -, -, debate concerning, p. 171.
-, -, -, committees of, 40, 42, 319, 325, 334, 365, 381, p. 374, 410, 412, p. 395, p. 401, 461, 469, 518, 597, p. 573, p. 596, 628, p. 610, 637.
-, -, -, -, election of, p. 32, p. 268, 465, 580.
-, -, -, -, lists of [the 24] names of, p. 32, p. 268, 465, 580.
-, -, -, -, debate about reduction in number of, pp. 171–2.
-, -, -, -, amounts of their adventures in, p. 32.
-, -, -, -, gratifications to, 40.
-, -, -, -, -, debate concerning, p. 171.
-, -, -, accountants of, 75, 82, 173, p. 313, 381, p. 376, p. 395, 518, p. 529, 562, p. 595, p. 608, 633, p. 625.
-, -, -, -, sworn, 286.
-, -, -, -, see also Cartwright, John.
-, -, -, auditors of, 41, p. 34, 63, 65, 75, 82, p. 155, 192, p. 171, 341, 348, 381, p. 368, p. 376, 410, 415, 418, 420, p. 395, 432, 437, p. 405 (2), 447, 457, 467, p. 435, 473, 479, 490, 492, p. 486, 513–4, p. 497, pp. 510–1, 529, p. 529, 553, 562, 575, 584, 586, 588, 603, 606, p. 569, 607, 613, 617, 620–2, p. 595, 623, 626, pp. 608–9, 633, p. 615, 637.
-, -, -, -, report of (on private trade), 606.
-, -, -, -, to make a general account of the Company's estate, 620.
-, -, -, -, see also
-, Ballowe, —.
-, Handson, Thos.
-, Markham, —.
-, -, -, bakers, p. 591, see also
-, Clifton, —.
-, Greeneway, Thos.
-, Norris, Baptist.
-, -, -, bargemen, master of, see Chambers, Edmund.
-, -, -, beadles, 120, see also Spiller, John.
-, -, -, book-keeper, see Ellam, Andrew.
-, -, -, brewers, 60, p. 591, see also
-, Haughton, —.
-, Morgan, —.
-, -, -, brokers, 33.
-, -, -, butchers, p. 591.
-, -, -, carpenters and shipwrights, 557, 559, 627.
-, -, -, -, deceased, 45.
-, -, -, -, mortality of (in East Indies), p. 605.
-, -, -, coopers, see
-, Perkins, Thos.
-, Salter, John.
-, -, -, names of the presidents of factors of, which see, viz.:—
-, Hoare, Wm. (Bantam).
-, Hopkinson, Jos. (Surat).
-, Methwold, Wm. (Surat).
-, Rastell, Thos. (Surat).
-, Skibbowe, John (Surat).
-, Willoughby, Geo. (Bantam).
-, Wylde, Richard (Surat).
-, -, -, factors, election of, p. 68, p. 322, p. 498.
-, -, -, -, election of fifteen, p. 499.
-, -, -, names of [190] factors (1630–1634), with places of residence, viz.:—
-, Abbott,—.
-, Adler, Thos. (Surat).
-, Aldsworth, Thos. (Agra).
-, Allen, Rich. (Sumatra).
-, Altham, Emanuel (Armagon).
-, Antill, John (Persia).
-, Ashwell, Thos. (Priaman).
-, Baker, Aaron (Masulipatam).
-, Baker, Thos. (Persia).
-, Banggam, John (Surat).
-, Bannister, Alex. (Bantam, Bengal).
-, Barbar, Rich. (Surat).
-, Barlee, Thos. (Sumatra).
-, Barnabie, Rich. (Bantam, Surat, Sumatra, Jambi).
-, Bath, Guy (Surat).
-, Beard, Wm. (Persia).
-, Bearden, Phil. (Persia).
-, Beere, — (Persia).
-, Belfield, Rich. (Surat).
-, Benthall, John (Gombroon).
-, Betts, Charles (Ispahan).
-, Bickford, Jas. (Surat).
-, Bix, Nicholas (Armagon).
-, " Rich. (Batavia).
-, Blagden, Crispin (Agra, Surat).
-, Bogan, Chris. (Jambi).
-, Boothby, Rich. (Surat, Brodera).
-, Borneford, Henry.
-, Boyce, Samuel (Jambi).
-, Bretton, Francis (Surat).
-, Browne, Roger (Jambi).
-, Bruen, Geo. (Masulipatam, Armagon).
-, Budd, Wm. (Bengal, Bantam).
-, Bulloyne, Godfrey (Ispahan).
-, Burns, John.
-, Burt, Wm. (Persia).
-, Calley, Rich. (Persia).
-, Cambell, Wm. (Bantam).
-, Carpenter, Robt. (Persia).
-, Cartwright, Ralph (chief, Bengal, Armagon).
-, Champneys, Rich. (Macassar).
-, Chapman, Henry (Persia).
-, Chewe, Thos. (Surat).
-, Clarke, Sam (Macassar).
-, " Thos. (Masulipatam).
-, " Wm. (Surat).
-, Clement, Gregory (Agra, Ahmedabad).
-, " James (Ispahan).
-, Codrington, Thos. (Persia).
-, Coggins, Andrew (Macassar).
-, Colbach, Jonas (Jambi).
-, Colley, Thos. (Pettapoli).
-, Cooper, Ric. (Ispahan, Gombroon).
-, Corbett, James.
-, Coulson, Robt. (Bantam).
-, Coward, John (Acheen).
-, Crofts, Rich. (Jambi).
-, Davison, Robt. (Surat).
-, Day, Fras.
-, Dent, Geo. (Jambi, Surat).
-, Dickinson, Phil. (Ispahan).
-, Downe, John (Persia).
-, Downes, Robt.
-, Drake, John (Surat).
-, Druce, Abel.
-, Duke, Mat. (chief, Masulipatam).
-, Dumarisq, Phil.
-, Dunscombe, Clement (Surat).
-, Edmonds, Rich.
-, Eyre, Fras. (Surat).
-, Falle, Wm. (Gombroon, Ispahan).
-, Favour, Wm. (Bantam).
-, Fleming, Chris. (Batavia, Jambi).
-, Flint, Wm. (Jambi).
-, Fowkes, Arthur.
-, Fremlyn, Wm. (Agra).
-, Gibson, Wm. (Gombroon, Ispahan).
-, Gifford, Roger (Surat).
-, Gilly, David (Masulipatam).
-, Glasscock, Henry (Surat).
-, Gove, Nich. (Ghilan).
-, Greene, Sam. (Persia).
-, Grice, Sylvester (Jambi).
-, Griffiths, Thos.
-, Grove, Thos. (Jambi, Bantam).
-, Hall, Wm. (Gombroon).
-, Harrison, Rich. (Armagon).
-, Hatch, Robt.
-, Henley, Lawr. (Pettapoli, Bantam).
-, Heynes, Edward (Gombroon, Ispahan).
-, Hirst, Chas. (Japara).
-, Hoare, Wm. (President, Bantam; Agent, Persia).
-, Honnywood, Wm. (Ispahan).
-, Hopkinson, Joseph (President, Surat).
-, Hudson, Rich. (Masulipatam).
-, Hunter, John (Masulipatam, chief, Armagon).
-, Ivy, Thomas (Jambi).
-, Jenney, Robt. (Bantam).
-, Johnson, Thos. (Armagon).
-, " Wm. (Bantam).
-, Jones, John (Persia).
-, Joyce, Thos. (Baroach, Surat).
-, Keeling, Jos. (Baroach).
-, Kingsland, Nath. (Sumatra).
-, Kirkham, Edw. (Gombroon).
-, Knipe, Edw. (Persia).
-, Langham, Rich.
-, Leachland, John (Surat).
-, Lee, John (Persia).
-, Leyning, Thos.
-, Ling, John (chief, Bantam).
-, Litler, Robt. (Bengal).
-, Loftus, Robt. (Persia).
-, Martin, Malachi (chief, Macassar).
-, Martyn, Wm. (Surat).
-, Matthewe, Wm. (Masulipatam).
-, Methwold, Wm. (Bantam, Japara, President, Surat).
-, Monox, Henry (Persia).
-, " John (Persia).
-, Mountfortt, Walter (Gombroon).
-, Mountney, Nath. (Ahmedabad, Surat).
-, Mundy, Peter (Agra).
-, Norris, John (Surat, chief, Baroach, Armagon, and Masulipatam).
-, Owen, Thos.
-, Page, Geo (Surat).
-, Parphrey, Geo.
-, Pearce, Edw.
-, Pearse, Wm. (chief, Jambi).
-, Pinson, Gerald (Bantam).
-, Pitt, Wm.
-, Preddis, Rich. (Surat).
-, Prescott, Edw. (Masulipatam).
-, Price, Wm. (Surat).
-, Quippe, Geo. (Acheen).
-, Ramsey, Ephraim (Jambi, Japara).
-, Rand, Ralph (Baroach, Cambaya).
-, Rastell, Thos. (President, Surat).
-, Reade, Chris. (Bantam, Armagon).
-, " Samuel (Jambi).
-, Reeve, John (Masulipatam, Macassar, Bantam).
-, Robinson, Thos. (Macassar).
-, Rogers, Peter.
-, " Thos. (Masulipatam).
-, Rosse, Thos. (Gombroon).
-, Russell, John (Bantam, chief, Japara, Macassar).
-, Saddock, Edw. (Persia).
-, Saunders, Phil.
-, Sayer, Wm.
-, Seigar, Edward (Surat).
-, Sherburne, Edw. (Surat).
-, Sherland, John (Gombroon).
-, Shuker, Jeremy (Jambi).
-, Sill, Henry (chief, Jambi, Armagon).
-, Skibbowe, John (President, Surat).
-, Smethwike, Wm. (Bantam).
-, Smith, Thos. (Surat).
-, Spiller, John (Surat).
-, Sprott, Jeremy (Bantam).
-, Staverton, Thos. (Jambi).
-, Steele, Thos. (Batavia).
-, Strethay, John (Persia).
-, Suffeylde, Art. (Surat).
-, Taylor, Ambrose.
-, Tempest, Thos. (Armagon).
-, Thimelby, Thos. (Baroach).
-, Tottell, Robert (Persia).
-, Trottman, Jos. (Persia).
-, Truslowe, Rich. (Macassar).
-, Tuesley, John (Macassar).
-, Vaughan, Philip.
-, Verneworthy, Ant. (Macassar, Bantam).
-, Vickris, John.
-, Wadeson, Edw. (Persia).
-, Ward, Wm. (Ispahan).
-, Watts, Jas. (Persia).
-, Webb, John (Jambi).
-, Wetherell, Geo.
-, Whitelye, Edw. (Persia).
-, Wilbraham, Thos. (Surat).
-, Wild, John.
-, Williamson, Geo. (chief, Japara, Macassar).
-, Willoughby, Geo. (President, Bantam).
-, " John (Agra, Gombroon).
-, Wooder, Robt. (Persia).
-, Woodson, Thos. (Bantam).
-, Woolley, Nich. (Surat).
-, Woolman, Henry (Acheen, Brodera).
-, Wyche, Nath. (Surat).
-, Wylde, Ric. (President, Surat).
-, " — (Persia).
-, Yarde, John (Agra).
-, -, -, list of [48] factors deceased from 1630 to 1634:
-, Baker, Thos.
-, Banggam, John.
-, Bannister, Alex.
-, Barbar, Richard.
-, Barlee, Thos.
-, Beard, William.
-, Beere, —.
-, Betts, Charles.
-, Bickford, Jas.
-, Burt, Wm. [24 Nov. 1630].
-, Chewe, Thos.
-, Clarke, Wm.
-, Davison, Robt.
-, Downe, John.
-, Eyre, Francis.
-, Gilly, David [20 Aug. 1630].
-, Giffard, Roger.
-, Gombledon (?).
-, Henley, Lawrence.
-, Heynes, Edward [Aug. 1632].
-, Hopkinson, Joseph [1633].
-, Kirkham, Edward.
-, Leachland, John.
-, Ling, John.
-, Litler, Robt.
-, Loftus, Robert [17 May 1630].
-, Monox, Henry.
-, Preddis, Rich.
-, Prescott, Edward.
-, Price, Wm.
-, Rand, Ralph.
-, Rastell, Thos. [7 Nov. 1631].
-, Reeve, John.
-, Rosse, Thomas.
-, Saddock, Edward.
-, Sherburne, Edward.
-, Sherland, John.
-, Sill, Henry.
-, Skibbowe, John.
-, Smith, Thos.
-, Sprott, Jeremy.
-, Suffeylde, Arthur.
-, Tottell, Robt.
-, Trottman, Joseph.
-, Webb, John.
-, Woodson, Thos.
-, Woolley, Nich.
-, Wylde, —.
-, -, -, factors of, p. 20, pp. 23–25, p. 47, p. 51, p. 61, p. 105, p. 148, 184, p. 162, p. 221, 238–9, 247, 250, p. 242, 303–4, p. 287, p. 289, 319, 328, 341–2, p. 319, p. 324, 360, 362, p. 340, 384, pp. 374–5, 410, p. 389, 418, p. 405, p. 450, 490, p. 471, 506, p. 485, p. 493, p. 497, 534, pp. 522–3, 562, 575, 582, p. 581, p. 585, p. 588, p. 595, 627, p. 619, p. 623.
-, -, -, -, Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese languages of great use to, p. 623.
-, -, -, -, lists of names of, p. 68, 86, p. 105, p. 177, pp. 249–50, 307, p. 322, 522, 540.
-, -, -, -, sureties for, 540.
-, -, -, -, employment for 17 in southern factories, Bantam, Jambi, Japara, and Macassar, p. 76.
-, -, -, -, want of, p. 86, p. 175, 218, p. 231, p. 340, 514.
-, -, -, -, dearness of books of accounts for, p. 23.
-, -, -, -, three in each factory at Bantam, Macassar, and Jambi, 142.
-, -, -, -, gambling of, p. 21, 33, 267, p. 417.
-, -, -, -, 2,500l. lost in dice, 628.
-, -, -, -, pride and gorgeous apparel of ("bedaubed with gold lace"), 238.
-, -, -, -, delinquent, lewd, and dishonest, 329, p. 348.
-, -, -, -, intemperate living, see Hoare, Wm.
-, -, -, -, against entertaining lewd and debauched, p. 88.
-, -, -, -, complaint against, p. 119.
-, -, -, -, displaced, imprisoned, and punished, 247, 255.
-, -, -, -, differences amongst, 221, 281.
-, -, -, -, arrested, see Willoughby, Geo.
-, -, -, -, sent home, p. 20, p. 24.
-, -, -, -, Act for good government of, 434.
-, -, -, -, King's Commission for government of, p. 459.
-, -, -, -, about government of, p. 595.
-, -, -, -, private trade of, 96, p. 89, pp. 103–4, 142, 175–6, p. 148, 181–2, p. 152, 187–8, 189, p. 169, p. 186, pp. 188–190, p. 192, p. 194, 217, 230, p. 220, p. 221, 238–9, 249, 255, p. 254, 302, 316, 319, pp. 330–1, p. 344 (2), p. 345, 380, p. 352, 388, 415, 441, p. 411 (2), p. 439, 417, pp. 441–5, 484, 487, p. 454, 494, 508, pp. 484–5, pp. 571–2, p. 581, p. 609, pp. 624–5.
-, -, -, -, large sums made by, 96, p. 484.
-, -, -, -, Pres. Wylde to the value of 16,000l., 175.
-, -, -, -, tons of goods brought home by, p. 162.
-, -, -, -, one factor worth 3,000l., 239.
-, -, -, -, oath for prevention of, 274.
-, -, -, -, fines for, 301, p. 395.
-, -, -, -, causes in Chancery against, see East India Company's proceedings in Chancery, p. 666.
-, -, -, -, "catholized" a new "phase" for, p. 442.
-, -, -, -, Rich. Boothby one of the greatest, 628.
-, -, -, -, wages of, 30, 86, p. 89, 118, p. 105, p. 237, p. 243, 301, 305–6, p. 322, 357, p. 330, 362, 388, pp. 358–9, 404, p. 471, 518, 520, pp. 498–9, 522, 540, p. 573, p. 598, p. 600.
-, -, -, -, complaints of, pp. 380–1, p. 425.
-, -, -, -, mortality of, 22, p. 131, p. 196, p. 202, p. 227, 242 (11 dead), 257, p. 243, pp. 248–9, 270, 272, pp. 288–9, 514, p. 519, 540, 610, pp. 583–4, p. 603, p. 605, p. 624.
-, -, -, -, names of 10 deceased, "taken into Abraham's bosom," p. 243, 328.
-, -, -, -, buried six (in Gombroon?) since last year, p. 254.
-, -, -, -, wills and estates of, 22, 96–98, p. 88, p. 91, 122, 159, p. 136, 172, 180, p. 152, 190, p. 249, p. 258, 268, p. 325, 404, p. 386, 447 (2), p. 424, p. 435, pp. 443–4, 606, p. 581, p. 624, see also under their respective names.
-, -, -, -, -, order respecting, p. 152, p. 581.
-, -, -, all factories except Surat dissolved, p. 626.
-, -, -, husband, see Mountney, Rich.
-, -, -, interpreter and linguist, see Janga, Somgee.
-, -, -, ministers, see Preachers.
-, -, -, painter, see Lovett, Geo.
-, -, -, porters, 596, see also
-, Dudgen, —.
-, Powell, Rowland.
-, Simkins, Edw.
-, Sheppard, Giles.
-, Spiller, John.
-, -, -, powder makers, see
-, Blythe, —.
-, Collins, Edward.
-, -, -, preachers, 92, 292, 677, see also
-, Collins, Geo.
-, Crossethwaite, —.
-, Friday, Thos.
-, Fuller, Thos.
-, Hatch, Arthur.
-, Holditch, Theodore.
-, Holdsworth, —.
-, Shute, Josias.
-, Sugden, —.
-, Woolhouse, —.
-, -, -, -, election of, p. 364.
-, -, -, -, sermons preached from chosen texts by, 92, pp. 81–2, p. 95, 281, 394, 398, 455.
-, -, -, -, "they are so troublesome," p. 545.
-, -, -, -, their private trade, 255.
-, -, -, -, wages of, 120.
-, -, -, -, deceased, p. 519.
-, -, -, proctor, see Williamson, John.
-, -, -, pursers, see ante, p. 660.
-, -, -, remembrancer, 128, 589, see also Cappur, John.
-, -, -, secretary, see Sherburne, Edward.
-, -, -, -, sworn, 286.
-, -, -, solicitor, see Acton, Wm.
-, -, -, surgeons, 92, p. 94, 120, p. 489.
-, -, -, -, necessary, p. 623.
-, -, -, -, about their chests, 82, p. 115, p. 152, 337, p. 489, p. 499, 533, p. 523, 596, 613, see also
-, Alcoke, Richard.
-, Brethers, Nicholas.
-, Bullard, —.
-, Charly, Edward.
-, Clarke, John.
-, Daubney, John.
-, Delahay, Wm.
-, Dorrell, John.
-, Elcocke, Edward.
-, Hammond, —.
-, Kitchin, Thos.
-, Lawrence, John.
-, Miller, John.
-, Parks, John.
-, Penvowes, Hump.
-, Robinson, Rich.
-, Smith, Thomas.
-, Turner, Geo.
-, Walton, Daniel.
-, Watkins, Thos.
-, Watson, Thos.
-, Wilson, John.
-, Wood, Andrew.
-, Woodall, Wm.
-, Young, Constantine.
-, -, -, -, gratuities to, 109.
-, -, -, -, want of, p. 360.
-, -, -, -, mortality of, p. 360.
-, -, -, -, men's weekly contributions to, 120.
-, -, -, treasurers.
-, -, -, -, election of, p. 32, p. 268, 465, 580.
-, -, -, -, gratifications to, 40, see also Bateman, Robt.
-, -, -, warehouse keepers, see
-, Chauncey, Thos.
-, Hubbart, Hugh.
-, -, -, writers, see
-, Greene, Sam.
-, Manley, Robt.
-, Manox, Henry.
-, Syes, John.
-, -, -, officers and servants of, about reduction of their salaries and suspension, 582, 589.
-, -, -, private trade of those employed by (see also Factors), p. 19, p. 23, 33, 35, 63, 77, pp. 72–3, p. 81, 98, 113, 115, 120, p. 104, 130, 132, 134, p. 114, 140, 175, 176, 178, pp. 148–9, 181, 182, pp. 152–3, 183, p. 155, 184, p. 158, 187, 192, p. 170, 195, p. 190, p. 193, 217, 221, 230, pp. 219–21, p. 230, 247, 255, p. 242, p. 255, p. 258, 269, 282–3, 286–7, 291, 307, 319, 322, p. 302, 358, p. 340, 380–1, p. 353, 399, 401, 403, 406, pp. 379–80, p. 386, 418, p. 401, 437, 439, p. 405 (2), pp. 406–7, 441, 445–6, pp. 413–4, 449, pp. 417–8, 451, 473, p. 439, 477, p. 441, 479, pp. 449–50, 484, 486–7, pp. 454–5, pp. 458–9, 490, 494 (2), p. 469, 496, p. 471, 498, p. 475, 502, 504, p. 484, p. 488, 515, p. 493, 517–8, p. 497, 527, p. 510, 531, pp. 514–5, 533, 536, p. 524, p. 530, 546, 593–4, 596–9, 603, 606–7, 609, 618, 621, p. 598, 627–8, p. 616, p. 629.
-, -, -, -, in one year, 30,000l., 33.
-, -, -, -, efforts to prevent, p. 19, p. 72, 96, 144, p. 386, 628.
-, -, -, -, orders for suppressing, 385, 388, 487, 522, 585.
-, -, -, -, quicksilver on board to be bought or seized, p. 68.
-, -, -, -, 80,000 ryals of 8 of, p. 72.
-, -, -, -, 300 bales landed at Bantam of, 229, p. 218, 239.
-, -, -, -, seized at Bantam, 627.
-, -, -, -, East India Company's orders concerning freight for and the delivery of, 195, 319, 322, p. 406.
-, -, -, -, delivered on payment of freight, except calicoes, indigo, and silk, 187, p. 169, 195, p. 418, p. 439.
-, -, -, -, 8d. per lb. freight for pepper, 305.
-, -, -, -, petitions for remission of freight of, 299, p. 407 (2), p. 462, 603, 606, 617, 621, p. 608.
-, -, -, -, fines for, 301, 620.
-, -, -, -, wages suspended in consequence, 288.
-, -, -, -, bill in Chancery against, p. 488.
-, -, -, -, oath for prevention of, 274.
-, -, -, -, proclamation against (with exceptions therein contained), 263.
-, -, -, -, President Methwold's remarks on, p. 615.
-, -, -, -, Willoughby's account of, 230, 477.
-, -, -, private traders compared to caterpillars, p. 218, p. 221.
-, -, -, "the Black Book" of, and other misdemeanors, 283, p. 406, 447, p. 439, 486, 517, p. 569, p. 581, 618, 628.
-, -, -, wills and estates of those employed by, p. 22, p. 136, 164, 299, 306, p. 325, p. 327, 404, p. 455, p. 458, see also commanders, factors, and their respective names.
-, -, -, -, order respecting, p. 152.
-, -, -, petitions for employment, increase, or payment of wages to—
-, 1630: p. 108.
-, 1631: 154, pp. 237–8.
-, 1632: p. 337.
-, 1633: pp. 503–5.
-, 1634: pp. 634–6.
-, -, -, gratuities to the poor and sick, to widows and fatherless children, and to those maimed in the service of, 100, p. 95, 109, 111, 118, 137 (2), p. 119, p. 159, 192, 194, p. 171, pp. 288–9, 322 (2), 332, 360, 362, 373, 404, 451, 494, p. 469, p. 476, 508, 529 (2), p. 515, 533, 536, 540, p. 530, 546, 550 (2), 552–3, 557, 562, 569, 572, 586, 603, 607, 615.
-, -, -, other gratuities, presents, and New Year's gifts from, 67, p. 48, 74, 77 (3), 86, 92, 95, pp. 81–2, p. 95, 109, 111, 114, p. 114, 142, 151, 165, 183, pp. 169–70, 197, 286, 291, 301, 324, 339, 352, 362, 366, 371, 387, p. 364, 428, p. 395, p. 405, p. 413, 498, 506, 515, p. 497, p. 499, pp. 501–2, p. 529, 557, p. 573, p. 608, 630.
-, -, -, Court minutes of—
-, 1630: 40, 41, 42, 44, 46, 48, 55, 60, 63, 65, 67, 74, 75, 77, 82, 84, 86, 89, 92, 95, 96, 98, 100, 102, 106, 109, 111, 114, 118, 120.
-, 1631: 128, 130, 132, 134, 135, 137, 141, 142, 145, 148, 151, 154, 161, 165, 168, 172, 173, 175, 176, 178, 181–184, 186, 187, 188, 190, 192, 194–7.
-, 1632: 281, 283, 286, 288, 291, 293, 297, 299, 301, 303, 305–7, 309, 314, 316, 319, 322, 324, 328, 332, 334, 337, 339, 341, 342, 344, 346, 348, 350, 352, 357, 360, 362, 366.
-, 1633: 371, 373, 375, 377, 381, 383, 385, 387, 394, 396, 398, 400, 401, 403–4, 406, 408, 410, 412, 415, 418, 419, 420, 422, 428, 432, 436, 437, 439, 441, 445–7, 449, 451, 455, 457, 459, 461, 465, 467, 469, 471, 473, 475–6, 479, 480, 482, 484, 486–7, 489, 490, 492, 494, 496, 498, 500, 502, 504, 506, 508, 511, 513, 515, 517, 518, 520, 522.
-, 1634: 527, 529, 531, 533, 535, 536, 538, 540, 543, 544, 546, 548, 550, 552–4, 557, 560–2, 564, 566, 569, 572, 574, 577, 579, 582, 584, 586, 588, 589, 591, 593, 594, 596, 597–9, 603–11, 613–15, 617–8, 620, 621, 623, 626, 628, 630, 633, 637.
-, -, -, minutes of quarter courts—
-, 1632: 274, 277, p. 313.
-, 1633: p. 364, 465, 514.
-, 1634: 537, 563, 575, 622.
-, -, -, -, debate concerning, 339, 341, p. 313.
-, -, -, -, objections against, p. 171.
-, -, -, -, printed book of orders, debate concerning, 274, 324–5.
-, -, -, minutes of general courts of sales—
-, 1631: p. 159.
-, 1632: p. 275, p. 307.
-, 1634: 528, 578, 614.
-, -, -, sales of commodities, with names of purchasers, and the prices, p. 159, p. 275, p. 307, 528, 578, 614.
-, -, -, "The Book of Rates," 469.
-, -, -, debate concerning the securities of purchasers of commodities, 603.
-, -, -, letters and petitions of—
-, 1630: 85, 108.
-, 1632: 265, 280, 287, 325.
-, -, -, their letters sent via Constantinople and Aleppo, via Russia, and via Venice and Aleppo, but via Turkey held to be "the speediest and securest," 71.
-, -, -, letters to—
-, 1630: 10, 12, 31, 32, 35, 45, 71, 73, 78, 88, 103, 121.
-, 1631: 127, 129, 140, 144, 147, 159, 164, 189, 211, 214, 214. II., 217–9, 221–4, 230, 238–9, 241, 244, 247.
-, 1632: 254, 255, 256, 259, 261, 262, 266, 269–70, 279, 292, 300, 320, 331, 353.
-, 1633: 372, 374, 384, 386, 388, 390, 399, 402, 416, 417, 438, 458, 477, 493.
-, 1634: 534, 539, 545, 568, 592, 600, 612, 616, 624, 627, 629, 634–5.
-, -, -, admission of free brethren to—
-, 1630: 173.
-, 1631: p. 238.
-, 1632: p. 269, p. 331, p. 339.
-, 1633: p. 435, p. 506.
-, 1634: p. 498, 597, p. 636.
-, -, -, -, fines for, 161, 173, p. 238, p. 269, p. 339, p. 636.
-, -, -, East India House, 57, 593, 615, 617, p. 607.
-, -, -, -, letter dated from, 108.

Eastland Company, 469, 483, p. 490, 537.

Eaton, Wm., petition of, p. 337.

Edgar, John, 385.

Edgebrough, 441.

Edgecombe, Sir Rich., 98.

Edisbury, Kenrick, 248, 566, 591.
-, -, -, letters from, 453, 590, 636.

Edmondes, Sir Thos., treasurer of the King's household, p. 80, 371.

Edmonds, Rich., p. 322.
-, -, -, his salary, p. 322.

Edward and John, the, 600.

Edwards, Cecil, 165, p. 458.
-, -, Geo., 301.
-, -, Rich., 362, 394, 447, 471, p. 488.

Edwin, John, 380.

Edwyn, Wm., p. 449.

Efts, p. 501.

Egerton, John, 74, 183, p. 159.

Egglesfield, John, p. 169.
-, -, his wife, see Jacob, Alice.

Elchibeague, a Persian, p. 585, p. 588.

Elcock, Edward, p. 457.

Eldred, John, p. 239.
-, -, Peter, 540.

Elephants, p. 518.
-, -, teeth, 122, 303, p. 390.
-, -, -, price of, 303.

Elias, John, the Persian, p. 238, p. 504.
-, -, -, his wife, p. 238, p. 504.

Elizabeth, Queen, 93.

Ellam, Andrew, bookkeeper, East India Company, 67, pp. 81–2, p. 119, 142 (2), 145, 148, 168, p. 167, 299, 303, 305, 322, 339, p. 311, 375, 385, p. 374, 410, 436, p. 408, 449, p. 489, pp. 450–1, 486, pp. 454–5, 496, 500, pp. 475–6, 511, p. 494, 522, pp. 501–2, 536, p. 523, 540, 546, 560, 566, 577, p. 569, 608, p. 573, p. 581, p. 607, p. 610.
-, -, -, his son goes to East Indies, 375, p. 619.
-, -, John, p. 489, p. 499.

Elliott, Sam., p. 506.

Ellis, Wm., pp. 504–5, p. 635.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, pp. 504–5, p. 635.

Elnor, —, 515.

Elsmore, or Ellesmore, John, commander of the Jewel, Star, Blessing, and Charles, p. 169, p. 210, p. 313, p. 324, 484, p. 475, 517, p. 511, p. 635.
-, -, -, commission and instructions to, 355.
-, -, -, deceased, 624.
-, -, his wages, p. 511.
-, -, his widow, 604.
-, -, John (servant), 604.

Elwayes, Henry, p. 338, p. 514.

Elwood, Henry, p. 108.
-, -, -, Frances, his wife, p. 108.

Emeralds, 190, p. 201, 377, 381, 406, 446, p. 414, 479, p. 449, 506, 508, 531.

Emon Culle Canne, p. 465.

England
-, 1630: p. 21 (2), pp. 22–4, p. 26, 36, 40, 58, 64, 70, p. 49, pp. 51–2, p. 61, p. 68, p. 72, pp. 75–6, p. 88, pp. 90–1, 116, 117, 120, pp. 103–5, 126.
-, 1631: p. 110, p. 123, 158, p. 132, pp. 135–6, 160, 168, 170, 180, p. 164, 195, 200, pp. 175–6, 202, 208, pp. 183–5, pp. 187–8, p. 192, p. 194, pp. 196–7, p. 202, 218, 223, 225, 228, pp. 219–21, 232, p. 228, pp. 230–1, 249.
-, 1632: 259, pp. 247–9, pp. 254–5, p. 258, 270, 283–4, 289, 290, 300, 304, 306, pp. 288–9, 310, 353, pp. 323–4, p. 326, p. 331, p. 333.
-, 1633: 380, 383, p. 353, p. 358, p. 360, 392, 395, p. 374, p. 380, 413, p. 389, p. 390, p. 411, 462, p. 441, p. 443, p. 445, 481, 486, p. 467, p. 469, 504–5, p. 484, pp. 493–4, 518.
-, 1634: p. 523, 539, pp. 543–5, p. 581, 616, p. 583, 621, p. 600, p. 603, 629, pp. 615–6, p. 621, p. 623.
-, -, carriers in, p. 425.
-, -, pepper for, 30, 40.
-, -, fishing in, 465.
-, -, price of cloth in, p. 464.
-, -, ships for, p. 87, p. 91, p. 105, 127, 129, p. 177, p. 180, 207, 210, p. 190, 214, p. 215, 227, 229, p. 218, p. 228, p. 230, 246, 256, p. 242, 261, p. 247, p. 252, p. 256, 272–3, pp. 286–7, pp. 324–5, 355, p. 330, p. 333, 374, p. 348, 399, pp. 441–2, 588, 600, p. 577, pp. 587–9, p. 603, p. 605, 634, p. 627.
-, -, fleets from, p. 231, 249, 292, 320, 331, p. 340, 409, p. 378, 534, 555, 601, 634, p. 617.
-, -, -, commanders of, letters to, 163, 177, 258.
-, -, "Proof Master of England" (of iron ordnance), see Franklyn, Wm.
-, -, master gunner of, 603, p. 607.

Ente, George, p. 506.
-, -, Josias, his son, p. 506.

Ercom, Walter, p. 250.

Erith, 60, 128, 178, 192, p. 275, 319, 394, p. 364, 401, p. 405, p. 451, 484, p. 455, 518, p. 510, p. 512, p. 514, 538, p. 530, 597, p. 573, 611.
-, -, East India Company's dinner at, 496.

Errington, Robt., p. 636.
-, -, -, Sara, his wife, p. 636.

Essex, 559, 586.

Eton, p. 523.

Etteman Dowlat, or Ettomon Dowlett, see Persia, Lord Chancellor of.

Europe, p. 7, 48, 76, p. 91, 104, p. 136, 185, 246, 260, p. 249, 285, 289, p. 304, p. 311, p. 326, p. 340, 374, p. 358, 389, 393, p. 379, 412, pp. 386–7, p. 390, 441, p. 422, 616, pp. 585–6, p. 600, p. 605, 635.
-, -, fleet, 164, 202–3, p. 208, p. 320, p. 341, p. 587.

Evans, Capt. (the Hart), deceased, 55, 171.
-, -, Mary, p. 337.

Evelyn, John, p. 81, 276, 288, 350, 451, p. 493, 621, 630.
-, -, -, letter from, 138.

Evington, Robt., p. 238.
-, -, -, Sarah, his wife, p. 238.

Exchange, the, 32, p. 20 (2), 48, 65, 82, 85, 86, 90, p. 81, p. 88, p. 91, 114, p. 110, 128, 130, 132, p. 115 (2), 141–2, 145, p. 163, 202, p. 183, p. 208, 241, 249, p. 243, 258–9, 269, 270, 272–3, 292, 310, 320, 329, 331, p. 304, p. 311, 347, pp. 340–1, 374–5, p. 354, p. 358, 399, p. 389, p. 445, 486, 591, 593–4, 596–7, 599, 603–4, 606, p. 571, 610, 621, 627, p. 608.
-, -, captains of, see
-, Browne, Wm.
-, Pynne, John.
-, -, masters of, see
-, Andrewes, Peter.
-, Smith, Robt.
-, -, surgeon of, see Smith, Thos.
-, -, land purser of, see Smith, Henry.
-, -, pursers of, see
-, Higham, Rich.
-, Slade, Wm.
-, -, trumpeter of, see Whittington, Robert.
-, -, officers of, 399.
-, -, in England, 438, 598, p. 595.
-, -, account of her voyage, 600.
-, -, number of her crew, 114.
-, -, surveyed and condemned, 615, p. 591.
-, -, letter dated aboard, 399.

Exchange, the Royal, 48, 148, p. 266, 306, 334, 415, p. 458, 492, 496, p. 471, 504, 535, p. 595, 628, p. 609.

Exchequer, Court of, 114, 133, 135, 137, 141, 182–3, 184, p. 159, p. 439, p. 475, p. 608.
-, -, -, Chief Baron of, see Walter, Sir John.
-, -, -, Barons of, p. 439.
-, -, -, officers of, 153.

Exeter, 145, 415, 492, p. 529, 621.

Expedition, the, 31, 32, 114.
-, -, the (new ship), 589, 591, 594, 596, 606, p. 569, 607, p. 571.
-, -, master of, see Andrews, Peter.
-, -, (late John and Barbary), 588–9.
-, -, bought by East India Company for 1,420l., and called the "Expedition," 588–9.
-, -, purser of, see Fox, Wm.
-, -, surgeons of, see
-, Burowes, Humph.
-, Parks, John.

Eyans, Thos., p. 268, 465, p. 450, p. 490, p. 506, 562.

Eyanson, Sir Bryan, p. 522.

Eyre, Fras., 357.
-, -, -, his salary, 357.
-, -, -, deceased, p. 519, 630.
-, -, -, his estate, 630.
-, -, Rich., p. 502, 527, 630.



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