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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 4, 1622-1624. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1878.

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B.

Babington, John, 35.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

Bachian, see Batchian.

Backhouse, Rowland, 323, p. 487, p. 491.

Bacon, Sir Francis, Visct. St. Albans, Lord Chancellor, p. 223.

-, Lydia, p. 221.

-, Robert, secretary to the East India Company, 96, 107, 109, 300, 301, 314, p. 141, p. 170, 363, 374, 376, p. 218, 384, 388, 404, p. 249, p. 255, p. 296, 566, p. 411, 698.

-, petitions of, p. 225, p. 276.

-, fees allowed to, p. 411.

Bacon, p. 100.

Badnedge, Philip, p. 146.

Baffin, Wm., master of the London (deceased), p. 175, p. 181.

-, -, his estate, p. 181 (2), 348, 355, p. 219, p. 222, p. 231, p. 246.

-, widow of, p. 175, p. 181, 348, 855, p.281.

-, -, a troublesome impatient woman, p.140.

-, -, petitions of, p. 219, p. 222.

-, -, her present husband, p. 231.

Bagdad, pp. 1623, p. 165, p. 287.

-, siege of, p. 165.

Bagg, James, 107, p. 412.

Bagwell, -, 566.

Bailey, John, 367.

Bainbridge, Joshua, estate of, p. 481.

Baize, p. 111.

Bale, James, p. 220.

-, Elizabeth, wife of, p. 220.

Ball, Alexander, p. 483.

-, George, Capt., president at Bantam, 13, 300, p. 149, p. 151, p. 166, p. 199, p. 224, p. 227, p. 268, p. 279, p. 478.

-, accusations and proceedings against by the East India Company,
-, 1622: 13, 18, 24, 30, 38, 41, 90;
-, 1623: pp. 1223, 311, p. 133, p. 142, p. 152, p. 158, p.170, 335, 339, p. 181, 348, 351;
-, 1624: p. 232, 393, p. 248, 435, 437, pp. 2667, p. 273, p. 279, 463, 471, 616, p. 411, 636, 650, 665, 670, 682.

-, request of (in prison), 83.

-, order in Chancery concerning his estate, and account of things delivered to, p. 122, p. 148, p. 150.

-, sentence in the Star Chamber against, 477, 670.

-, suit between Sandcroft Brothers, &c., p. 269.

-, request of the solicitor of, 493.

-, his brother's wife, p. 142.

-, his wages, 493.

Ballard, John, p. 480.

Balsora (Bassora), p. 287, 694.

-, the "Baxa" of, p. 287.

Bampa, -, p. 109.

Banca, straits of, 123, p. 62, 152, 254.

Banckes, John, 323, p. 174, 650.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

Bancks, Thos., 680.

Bandas, the, 49, 91, 99, 140, 145, p. 100, p. 108, 294, p. 202, p. 206, 370, p. 341.

-, called by the English Lantar, 204.

-, forty leagues from Amboyna, p. 318.

-, map of (sent to Carleton), 617.

-, population of, 145.

-, names of factors at, 352.

-, factors in, p. 207, p. 489.

-, -, journal of one of, 561.

-, factory in, 126.

-, concerning trade in, pp. 100101, p. 198, p. 208, p. 209, p. 216, p. 489.

-, Carleton's propositions concerning, p. 369.

-, resolution to withdraw from, 238.

-, factory to be dissolved, p. 111.

-, -, give over the trade of, p. 147.

-, -, imperfect accounts received from, p. 202.

-, yearly capital necessary for (34,000 Ryals,) p. 62.

-, yields with Amboyna spices enough to furnish all Christendom, 370.

-, concerning forts and garrisons in, 26, 178, 203, 206, 211, 212, 232, p. 98, p. 201, 644, 697, 717, 717. i.; see also Nassau and Neira forts.

-, -, the King's declaration, 244, 245, 250.

-, drafts of the principal forts in, sent by the Charles, p. 201.

-, absolutely at peace, 145.

-, prisoners sent to England from, p. 295.

-, renegados of, 193.

-, schools in, 236.

-, spices from, 111.

-, -, price of scarce worth the labour of curing, p. 202.

-, the Dutch in, p. 61, 193, pp. 98 100, 272, p. 198, p. 203, 370.

-, Governor of, see Sonck, Martin.

-, -, require one third of the expenses of the taking of, 140.

-, -, great numbers of, necessary to inhabit, 243.

-, -, direct Chinese to be taken prisoners to people, p. 100.

-, -, loss to the English through the occupation of, by, 204.

-, -, debts (to English) lost through, p. 209.

-, -, their account of the general charges in, 391.

-, -, their new buildings in, 391.

-, -, their riotous expense of powder, 399.

-, -, servile condition of the English under, 561.

-, -, establish and exact tolls in, p. 98, 272, 364.

-, -, bad usage, intolerable exactions, and bloody executions of, 111, pp. 6162, 236, 265, 272, p. 146, p. 194, p. 208, p. 295, 597. i., 604.

-, -, their cruelties in, 503, 695; see also Amboyna massacre.

-, -, deny English sale of clothing and victuals in, 26.

-, -, also of slaves in, 364.

-, -, resolution of East India Company to demand reparation for injuries in, 503.

-, -, enjoy two thirds of trade in, 499. 1.

-, -, take all the spices in, 140.

-, -, their inquiries against Welden at, p. 316.

-, all English in, cleared of suspicion of Amboyna conspiracy, p. 318, 585.

-, the insatiable covetousness of the Dutch to gain the sole trade of, the whole cause of the Amboyna massacre, p. 320.

-, see also
-, Lantar;
-, Nassau;
-, Neira;
-, Pooloroon;
-, Pooloway;
-, Rosingyn;

Bandanese, the, 193.

-, an idle people, p. 202.

-, the Hollanders' opinion of, 193.

-, discovery of a plot of, p. 20.

-, tortured, quartered, and made slaves by the Dutch, p. 20, p. 53, p. 208, 521.

-, Dutch ships taken by, p. 53.

Banger, John, p. 226.

Banggam, John, 280, 438.

-, -, letter to, 1623: 278.

-, Nicholas, 594, 607, 616, 636.

-, -, his wages, 607, p. 482.

-, -, petition of, p. 482.

Bangham, Edward, p. 223.

Banians, 711.

Banister, Sir Bobt., 268.

Bankes, John, p. 381.

-, -, see Banckes, John.

Banning, Sir Paul, pp. 166167.

Bantam (Java), p. 4, 13, 18, p. 13, p. 20, 54, 55, 81, p. 54, 138, 145, 206, 242, p. 113, p. 142, p. 146, p. 186, p. 378, p. 380.

-, English president at, see Ball, Capt. George.

-, concerning the siege of, 140, 209, 210, 242, p. 99, p. 146, p. 203, 370.

-, the Dutch demand "our part of their charges," p. 20, 140, 141, p. 61, p. 64, p. 146, p. 194, p. 208, p. 218.

-, -, which King James thinks very reasonable, 163.

-, point (in treaty) about siege of, 166, 167, 178, 187, i., 209, 210.

-, commissioners to treat with the Dutch about the shutting up of, p. 410.

-, proposal to send 2,000,000 ryals yearly to, 55.

-, concerning trade at, 54, p. 64, 242, p. 112, 266, 325, pp. 14649, p. 201, p. 203, 375, p. 260, 565.

-, reglement of the trade at, see East Indies, trade in.

-, supplies and shipping to he sent to, p. 12, 38, 71, 74, 87, 90, 385.

-, state of the business of, 209.

-, instructions to endeavour to procure trade at, 723.

-, Captain Browne's offer to open the trade to, 725.

-, about customs at, p. 489.

-, instructions how to draw the pepper trade from, 565.

-, pepper and pepper trees, p. 146, p. 250.

-, homeward bound ships from, 107, p. 296.

-, surplus ships from, to go to Persia, 35.

-, resolution to remove from, 242.

-, proposal to fortify to the westward of, 635. 1., 717.

-, Chinese ambassador at, p. 250.

-, the Pengran of, p. 4, 140, p. 64, 209, p. 99, p. 112, p. 146, p. 201, p. 204, p. 250, 565, p. 381.

-, -, offers trade to the English, 210, p.146.

-, -, refuses to treat with Dutch or English, 54, 140, 210, p. 146.

-, -, about peace with, p. 112, p. 146.

-, -, about purchase of pepper from, p. 4, p. 201, p. 378.

-, -, his brother, see Keymas worga.

-, the Dutch in, 242, p. 146, p. 186, p. 201, p. 380.

-, -, privately trade to, 242.

-, -, warn against, and oppose the English trade to (by force of arms), p. 146, p. 193, 367, p. 203, p. 207, p. 378, 597.1., 610.

-, -, furnish the city with money, 242.

-, -, allow Chinese to trade in, p. 193.

-, -, seek to confirm their sovereignty in, p. 201.

-, -, exasperate the people of, with barbarous cruelties, p. 235.

-, -, their ships, p. 250, p. 380.

-, Road, 565, p. 380.

-, -, letter dated from, 137.

Barbary gold, 11.

- wheat, p. 152.

Barber, John, p. 148.

Barbor, Anthony, son of Thos., p. 487 (2).

-, Gabriel, p. 93.

-, Richard, p. 142.

-, Thos., p. 487.

Barbour, Katherine, p. 92.

-, son of, p. 92.

-, William (alias Griggs), pp. 4823.

Barkeley, Geo. (deceased), p. 276.

-, his estate, p. 276.

-, widow of, p. 255, p. 276.

Barker, John, p. 492.

-, Robt., 124.

-, Thos. (the elder), deceased, p. 280.

-, his estate, p. 480, p. 482, p. 485 (2).

-, Thos., factor, Ispahan, p. 165, 373, 462.

-, -, letters from
-, 1623: 330.
-, 1624: 462, 577.

-, -, arrives at Ispahan, 440.

-, -, Wm., brother of, p.482, p.485(2).

Barkham, Sir Edward, 412.

-, -, letter to, 1624: 444.

-, -, (deceased); p. 239.

Barley, English and French, p. 255.

Barlow, Jas., p. 486.

Barlow, Robt., East India Company's factor and commissioner at Amsterdam, 50, 63, 294, p. 137, p. 154, p. 159, p. 180, p. 186, 384, 386, 409 (2), 411, p. 246, p. 253, 435, pp. 2667, 450, p. 275, p. 278, 527, 545, 612, p. 489.

-, -, as commissioner at Amsterdam, to negociate with the Netherlands Company for a private treaty, 1623 1624; p. 169, 334, 340, p. 218, 384, 388, p. 232, 393, pp. 2656, 665, 680, 682; see also East Indies, the States General and the Treaty.

-, -, his instructions, p. 174, p. 176.

-, -, concerning his accounts, p. 265.

-, -, gratifications to, 107, p. 159.

-, -, letters from
-, 1622: 68.
-, 1623: 274, 293.
-, 1624: 515, 516, 528, 532533, 537, 538, 553, 563, 576, 583, 593, 596, 604, 641, 658, 664, 669, 691, 722.

-, -, letters to, 1624: 504 (endorsement), 551, 559.

-, -, remits 30,000l. to East India Company received from the Dutch by, p. 266.

-, -, demands payment of 23,906 ryals due from the Dutch Bewinthebbers, 528, 532, 538, 553, 576, 583, 596, 604, 629, 641, 664, 680, 682.

Barmouthas, see Bermudas.

Barnard, Edward, surgeon (deceased), p. 220.

Barnes, Ann, p. 479.

-, John, letter from, 1623: 271.

-, Robert, p. 223.

-, Thos., mate in the Elizabeth, p. 220.

-, Rachel, wife of, p. 220, p. 224.

-, Rebecca, pp. 222223.

-, son of, p. 222.

-, a chandler, 639, 660, p. 486.

-, -, his brother (of Albery Hatch), 660.

-, -, -, petition of, p. 486.

Baroach, 341, 657.

Baron, John, 673, 682, p. 485.

Barrett, -, 379.

-, George, p. 223.

Barsten, Robt., 335.

Bartlett, or Bartley, -, 409, p. 249, 418.

Barton, Joan, p. 479.

Barwick, Thos., p. 148.

Bas, Derick, Mayor of the Dutch East India Company, p. 28, 503, 521, 615.

-, -, letter from, 1624: 561. i.

-, -, one of the principal perturbers of the peace, 518, 521.

-, Thiery, Burgomaster of Amsterdam, 532, 669, 695.

Bass, Richard, 74.

-, Samuel, p. 91.

Basse, Burgomaster, see Bas, Thiery.

Bastas (? cloth), 51.

Batavia (Java), 6, 84, 85, 91, 99, 101, 120, 122, 137, 138, 164, 175, 206, 225, 227, 236, 254, 261, pp. 1289, 323, p. 146, 370, 375, 398, 399, 426, p. 286, 472, 494, 525, p. 343, 548, p. 368, pp. 3789, 588, p. 412, p. 442, p. 467.

-, Jacatra christened by the Dutch, p.394.

-, about 4,000 people in, 525.

-, lies false in longitude, 138.

-, abstract of news from, 145.

-, the Materam of, 111, p. 99, 265.

-, English Presidents at, see Fursland, Rich.; Brockedon, Thos.

-, -, the Dutch lay traps for, 521.

-, -, list of factors, under 352 (703).

-, factors at, 109, 661. i.

-, -, great want of, 111.

-, -, delinquent returned from, p.282.

-, Council of Defence at, see East Indies, Council of Defence in.

-, abounds in victuals, 145.

-, concerning trade in, pp. 99100, p. 235.

-, English house and factory in, 26, p. 21, p. 180.

-, -, resolution to leave, p. 251, 635, 645.

-, -, journal kept in, p. 21.

-, -, stores in, 259.1.

-, the English to have a residence near, 187.

-, aloes, see Aloes.

-, spices from, see Spices.

-, stores wanted for, 129, 130, 266.

-, goods sent to, 266, p. 161, 337.

-, the "last and worst of all the factories," p. 63.

-, spice and pepper enough in, to lade a ship of 800 tons (in Aug. 1622), p. 64.

-, the East India Company's estate never better in, 574.

-, seizure of East India Company's goods upon a sentence at, p. 266, 718.

-, -, commissioners to treat about, p. 410.

-, news of the Amboyna massacre arrives at, p. 317.

-, two of the tortured and condemned English sent to, to terrify others, 519.

-, examinations concerning "that butcherly execution of Amboyna" taken in, p. 207.

-, all the English in, cleared by the Dutch Governor of Amboyna of suspicion in supposed conspiracy, p. 316, p. 318, 585.

-, fort at, 46, 152, 208, 234, p. 203, 382.

-, -, money taken from, 98.

-, -, will not be finished in 20 years, 140.

-, China passengers for, p. 251.

-, Indians at, 26, p. 98.

-, slaves necessary for, p. 99.

-, list of writings sent from, 400.

-, ships for, and to be sent to, 146, 223, 261, p. 170, p. 238.

-, ships arrived at, 145, p. 112, 328, 336, 368, 371, 391, 415, p. 251, p. 282, 472, 473, 677.

-, ships left for and arrived in England from, 316, 323, 373, 375, 491.

-, ships fitted out from, for capturing Chinese and Portuguese vessels, 424.

-, ships from, to be sent to Surat, 723.

-, the Dutch in, 26, 85, 103, 140, pp. 98 100, 261, 266, 323, 375, 390, 525.

-, -, about 500, 525.

-, -, think great numbers of people necessary to inhabit, 243.

-, -, generals in, see Coen, John; Carpentier, Peter de.

-, General and Council in, 579, 616.

-, -, China ambassadors feasted by, p. 235.

-, -, trade in the hands of, p. 63.

-, -, seek to draw all trade to, 54.

-, -, exclude English from trade in, 26.

-, -, exact tolls, customs, and impositions from English in, 364, 597. i.

-, -, bad usage of, and threaten the English with torture, 140, 521, 533, 604.

-, -, captious dealings and violent proceedings of, p. 395, 597. i.

-, -, intend some plot to ruin the English, p. 235.

-, -, an Englishman publicly whipped by, see Clarke, Wm.

-, -, sack the Company's house in, p. 200.

-, -, English protests against, 390, 400.

-, -, grievances of the English, and their request to be allowed peaceably to depart from, 382, 616.

-, -, spend 45,000 ryals a month, p. 61.

-, -, fine the English Company 40,000 ducats, p. 154.

-, -, Amboyna massacre approved by, p. 317.

-, -, the wiser sort of, wish the Amboyna massacre "were to do," 604.

-, -, East India Company fear the like practice (Amboyna massacre) by, 503.

-, -, Bandanese tortured by, 521.

-, -, seek quarrels with the Chinese, 382.

-, -, bad usage of the Chinese by, p. 21, 384.

-, -, Chinese report publicly they can have justice against an Englishman, but not against a Hollander, 140.

-, -, directions to take Chinese prisoners to people, p. 100.

-, -, carry prisoners to, p. 53.

-, -, the power of, above the English, 554.

-, -, newly erected sovereignty of, p. 207; see also East Indies, the Dutch in.

-, -, recommend orchards and gardens to be planted in, p. 100.

-, -, fort at, 26, 36, 525.

-, -, -, about demolishing, p. 112, p. 146.

-, -, -, excessive charges of, 140.

-, -, keep 20 ships before, 392.

-, ships arrived at, 111, 145, p. 251.

-, ships sent from, 146.

-, ships arrived in Holland from, 609.

-, letters dated from, 9, 43, 44, 85, 93, 110, 111, 123, 126, 129, 130, 134, 138, 140, 142144, 152, 172, 173, 182, 234, 236, 238, 239, 242, 243, 259261, 264 266, 270, 272, 3368, 357, 3668, 370, 371, 377, 382, 3912, 399, 415, 432, 436, 482, 565.

- Road, 261.

Batchian (Moluccas), 47, 53.

-, letters dated from, 4, 5, 6, 19, 33, 57.

Bate, Henry, 142, p. 134, p. 148, p. 170, p. 232, 409.

-, -, sent home, p. 63.

-, -, petitions of, p. 219, p. 221, p. 223, 409, 539, p. 481, p. 485.

-, -, freedom of the East India Company given to, p. 227.

-, -, difference between East India Company and, 421, p. 255, 426, 573, p. 372, 636, 682, 687, p. 449 (2).

Bateman, Robt., treasurer to the East India Company, p. 167, p. 226, 448, p. 296, 496, p. 450, 708.

-, -, elected treasurer of the East India Company, 300, 492.

-, -, one of the burgesses of the city, 425.

-, - letter from, 1624: 545.

-, -, gratification to, p. 465.

Batten, Capt. Thos., his death aud services, p. 202, p. 220.

-, -, widow of, p. 220.

Battersea, 566.

Baxter, Marian, p. 221.

Bayara, 341.

Bayart or Bayert, Wm., pp. 923.

-, -, Wm., son of, p. 93.

Bayly, Lucy, p. 90, p. 224.

-, Thos., p. 221, p. 483.

Bayneham, Edmond, 698, p. 484.

Baynton, Sir Edward, p. 134.

Beacham, Richard, 616, p. 485.

Beadle, Wm., p. 91.

Beale, Edward, p. 491.

-, John, 11.

-, - petition signed by, p. 492.

-, Richard, p. 492.

-, Thos., p. 176.

-, Wm., 477.

-, -, his project about ships, p. 180, p. 273, p. 276, 477.

Beamont (Beaumont), John, chief in Lugho, pp. 2067, p. 305, p. 307, p. 317, p. 319, 527, 661. ii., p. 447.

-, -, imprisoned, examined, tortured, put in irons, and condemned by the Dutch, p. 207, pp. 3045, p. 308.

-, -, his confession and protestation of innocence, p. 311.

-, -, ordered home as a prisoner, the better to prove his innocency, p. 207, 375.

-, -, affidavit of, 627.

-, -, judged to death, 5 March 1622 3: p. 311.

-, -, letter from, 1623: 375.

-, -, his life saved, p. 313.

-, -, visits Eman: Thompson, p. 314.

-, -, pardoned in honour of the new Dutch General Carpentier, p. 316.

-, -, in England, 607.

-, -, his "comadre" and child, 375.

Beane, John (deceased), p. 220, 426.

-, William, p. 220, 426.

Bear, the, or White Bear, 40, p. 21, p. 29, 123, p. 61, p. 63, 221, 254, 255, p. 112, p. 148, p. 170, p. 196, p. 221, p. 232, 390, 409.

-, surgeon of, see Geryng, Nicholas.

-, master of, see Darby, John.

-, must be laid up, p. 201, p. 205.

Beareblock, James, p. 226, p. 488.

-, William, (deceased), p. 226, p. 488.

Beaulieu, Mons., 154.

Beaulieu, letter dated from, 321.

Beavis, Rich., 277.

Becham, Richard, see Beacham, Rich.

Beck, Abraham, pp. 4878 (2).

-, Philip, p. 220 (2).

-, Joane, wife of, p. 220 (2).

Beckford, Jas., see Bickford, Jas.

Beckwith, Wm., 351.

Beddowes, Bryan, p. 151.

Bedell, John, p. 493.

-, Mathew, p. 492.

Bedford, Countess of, 18.

Bedlam (Dullen Kist), p. 395.

Bee, the, p. 4, p. 21, p. 63, p. 112, 266, p. 196, p. 198, p. 205, 390.

-, great doubt of her safety, p. 251.

-, master of, see Byrd.

Beecher, Sir Wm., 639.

Beef, 13, p. 100, p. 222, 409, p. 277.

-, complaints of, 103, p. 137, 395, 676, 677.

-, given to the poor, p. 143, 348.

-, loan of, for the King's ships, p. 124.

- better than pork, p. 158.

Beer, p. 5, 130.

-, complaint of bad, 536, 665, 673.

-, exception against its being served by Dutchmen, p. 181, 673.

-, ordered that no Dutchman serve the East India Company with, 536, 643.

Beeves, see Oxen.

Bell, Peter, purser of the Ruby and Eagle, 101, 137, p. 157, p, 160, p. 174, 355, p. 246.

-, -, petitions of, p. 221 (3), p. 224.

-, Robert, 30, p. 93, 301, p. 122, 314, p. 133, p. 136, p. 140, p. 149, p. 166, p. 179, 413, p. 255, 433, p. 267, p. 279, 594, 607, 616, 623, 628, 636, 639, p. 449, 723, 725.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 397, 499.

-, -, elected one of the committee of East India Company, 492.

-, -, attends Parliament about Lady Dale's business, 454.

-, -, attends Sec. Conway about payment of 10,000l. from East India Company to the King, p. 278.

-, Thomas, p. 219, p. 486.

-, William, factor, Ispahan, 375 (?).

-, -, letters from, 1623: 330.

-, -, illness and death of, 440.

Bellamy, Thomas, p. 222.

-, -, Agnes, wife of, p. 222.

Bellingham, Anthony, p. 157.

Belt, Thos., p. 481.

-, -, proceedings in Chancery against, 682.

-, -, Thomazine, wife of, p. 481.

Belton, Hugh, p. 479 (2), p. 480.

Bendish, Sir Thos., 335.

Bengal, p. 315, p. 396.

-, free trade granted in, 341.

Bengala silk, see Silk.

Benjamin, p. 162, p. 164, p. 269, 449, 553. i.

-, price of, p. 372.

Bennett, Edward, treatise by, 159.

-, George, p. 491.

-, Walter, master of the Anne, his death, 9, 536.

-, -, his signet, p. 206.

-, William, p. 63, p. 123, 304, p. 158.

-, -, sent prisoner to England, 142, p. 63.

-, -, his suit for release, p. 149.

Benson, Joseph, p. 91.

-, Thos., letter from, 1623: 284.

-, Mr., a preacher, 384.

Benthall, John, factor at Ispahan, 330, p. 162, p. 164, 373, 462.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 462, 577.

-, -, his wages, 667.

Beq, Lewis de, mayor of the Dutch East India Company.

-, -, letter from, 1624: 561. i.

Beresford, Rich., p. 93.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

Berington, Humfrey, p. 491.

Bermudas tobacco, 616.

Bernardiston, John (deceased), p. 488.

Berry, Anthony, p. 222.

-, Katherine, p. 481, p. 483.

Besart, Wm., p. 93.

Bessee (Great Bessee, Pulo Bessee) islands of, 242, 357, p. 204, p. 251, 565.

-, Instructions to take possession of, inhabit and fortify, 565.

-, what took place in consequence, 579, pp. 377381.

-, fortifications on, p. 381.

-, commodities of, p. 381.

-, remarks on, 725.

-, the Dutch in (there first) 579, pp. 378381.

Bethell, Joseph, 18.

Betting (30l. to 10l. offered), p. 462.

Betton, Rich., p. 126.

Beverley, -, p. 109.

Beversham, Jas., master of the Lion, pp. 1267, pp. 1334, pp. 1367, 324, 358, p. 232, 393, 404, p. 253.

-, examination of, concerning Ormuz and prizes, 359.

-, -, concerning Ruy Frere, p. 255.

-, warrant against him, 398.

-, petitions of, considered, 416, p. 253, 441, p. 478.

-, his goods, p. 148, p. 154, p. 181.

-, journal of, p. 140.

Bezoar Stones, 139, p. 62, p. 199, p. 266, 510, 640.

-, sale of, 302, 510.

Bible, the, translated into West Indian language, 97.

Bicke, Rich., see Bix, Rich.

Bickeliff, Edward, p. 480.

Bickell, Capt. John, 107, 138, 336, 411.

-, -, letter from, 1623: 371.

Bickford, Jas., p. 133, p. 180, 381, 536.

-, -, his wages, 351, p. 224 (2).

-, -, petition of, p. 224 (2).

Bickley, Capt. John, see Bickell, Capt. John.

Bickliffe, Capt., p. 480.

-, wife of, p. 480.

Bicks, Nicholas, see Bix, Nicholas.

Biddulph, Ant., p. 492.

-, William, p. 166, 335, 348, 351.

-, -, petitions of, p. 481, p. 484.

-, -, wages and gratification to, 351.

Bigg, Alexander, p. 484.

Bigrave, Mat., p. 492.

Bill, Humphrey, p. 484.

Billings, -, purser's mate of the Whale and purser of the Reformation, 385.

Billingsley, Henry, brother of Emanuel Thompson, p. 314, 513.1., 627.

Bilton, Edward, pp. 901.

Bindon, John.

-, -, estate of, p. 152.

Bingley, Sir Richard, p. 154.

Bird, Sir Wm., see Byrde, Sir Wm.

Birt, Aaron, p. 224.

-, or Burte (widow) Elizabeth, p. 220, p. 221, p. 485.

-, -, Richard, son of, p. 220.

Biscuit given to the poor, 348.

-, bakers, complaint of, 65.

Bishop a jeweller, p. 231.

Bishopp, Rich., 304.

-, petition, signed by, p. 491.

Bishopsgate Street, 220.

-, the Half Moon in, 607.

Bix, Byxe or Bicks, Nicholas, 376, p. 224 (2). p. 485.

Bix or Bicke, Richard, p. 149, p. 157.

-, -, commission and instructions to, 565.

-, -, letters from and consultations of 1624: 579, pp. 378381.

Blacarell, Edward, 277.

Blackler, Henry, see Blakeler, Henry.

Black Lion, the, (Dutch ship).

-, concerning the taking and burning of, 64, 82, 166, 205, 216.

-, arguments and proposals concerning restitution, 83, 115, 203, 204, 214218, 252.

Blackstone, Giles, p. 486.

Blacks, the, 5, 123, 140, p. 61, 399, p. 307, 565, pp. 379381, p. 395, 616.

-, wages and allowances to, p. 381.

-, their commander John, p. 381.

-, See also Slaves.

Blackwall, 38, 103, p. 137, p. 149, 376, p. 223, 395, 527, 650, p. 479, p. 481.

-, minutes of meeting at, 344.

-, a mariner to be ducked at the yard-arm at, p. 269.

-, causeway at, 24.

-, Company's dock at, 582.

-, -, house at, p. 91, 376, 379.

-, -, lands at, p. 152.

-, -, assessments upon, 670.

-, -, porter at, 379.

-, -, salting house at, p. 238.

-, -, ships at, p. 143, 435, 437, 517.

-, -, yard at, 673, p. 479.

Bladwell, -, p. 275.

-, Richard, p. 492.

Blagden, Capt., p. 279.

Blakeler or Blackler, Henry, p. 156, p. 221.

Blanchett, Thos. (deceased), p. 479.

Blande, John, p, 491.

Bleake, Thos., p. 152.

Blessing, the, 3, 8, 18, 29, 35, 46, p. 90, p, 163, p. 165, 3723, 607, 676, p. 442.

-, mutiny on board, 373.

-, sails from Gombroon and Surat, 372, 373, p. 287, 711.

-, at the bar of Surat, 429, 438, 677, 711.

-, arrives in Persia, 462.

-, sails for Dabul, 711.

-, admiral of, see Hall, Capt. John.

-, master of, see Butta, Emanuel.

-, purser of, see, Suffeyllde, Arthur.

-, steward of, see Crooke, Michael.

-, surgeons of, see Charley, Edward. Parkes, Rich.

-, letters dated from abroad, 3723.

Bloodworth, John, p. 487.

Blount, John, p. 492.

Bloys, Robt., purser's mate of the London, 698.

Bludworth, Joan, 491.

Blundell, Sir Francis, p. 226.

Blunt, John, 374, p. 270.

Blythe, Rich., Capt. of the London and Commander of the East India Company's fleet, pp. 1334, 314, p. 136, 316, p. 140, p. 148, pp. 1534, p. 156, p. 164, 339, p. 175, p. 186, 690, 712.

-, -, receives loving salutes and welcome from East India Company on his return from Surat, p. 136.

-, -, examination of, concerning Ormuz and prizes, 358, 359.

-, -, prizes piratically taken by, 447.

-, -, petition of, p. 486.

-, -, offers to go (Nov. 1624), commander of the Surat fleet, 680, 682, p. 449.

-, -, entertained admiral, 698.

-, -, his journal; p. 136.

Boavista, island of, (Cape Verd), 316.

Boats, 449.

-, devised to go under water, 81.

Boddins, Adam, p. 93.

Bogan, Christopher, p. 196, p. 251, p. 260.

-, -, (deceased), 352.

-, -, his accounts, p. 251, p. 260.

-, -, his wages increased, p. 260.

Bohemia, 388.

-, the Queen of, see Elizabeth.

-, the Prince of, 450.

Bologna, p. 161, 566.

Bolt, Nathan, 690.

-, -, his wife (widow of Symonson), 690.

Bona Speranza, Cape, see Cape of Good Hope.

Bonaventure, the, 296.

Bond, Thos., p. 220.

-, -, one of the burgesses of the city, 425.

Bonham, -, 323.

Bonner, John, gunner of the Jonas, p. 220, p. 479.

-, -, wife of, p. 479.

-, Capt. Robert, (of the Dragon), p. 137, p. 142, p. 227, 384.

-, -, slain by the Hollanders, 285.

-, -, report of his services, p. 282.

-, -, wages of, 74.

-, -, widow of, see Salmon, Robt., wife of.

-, -, executors of, 285.

-, -, his estate, p. 142, 339, 708, p.462, p. 466.

-, -, See also Salmon, Mrs.

-, Sam, 455.

Books, a pretty library of, 627.

Boomer, John, ? Bonner John, which see.

-, Moyses, p. 221.

Boot, Ghodefroy, letter from, 1624: 458.

Booth, John, purser of the star, p. 204.

Boothbie, Richard, p. 225, p. 488.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

Boothby, Richard, see Boothbie, Richard.

-, Thomas, p. 488.

Booton, p, 138, 554.

-, king of, 539.

Borchloon, John, Theod, 365.

Border, John, p. 223.

-, Thomas, p. 222.

Boreel, Jacques, chief of the East India Chamber at Middelburg, 602, 614, 615.

-, is no longer to meddle with East India business, 617.

-, his son, Secretary to the States of Zealand, 602.

-, W., son of Jacques (young Boreel). Advocate of the Dutch East India Company, 29, p. 28, 77, 468, 474, 476, 503, 504, 533, 537, 593, 596, 597, 604, 615, 629, 691, p. 489.

-, one of the principal perturbers of the peace, 518, 521, 528.

-, has nothing to do but to attend on the business of Amboyna, 533.

-, supposed to be the author of libellous pamphlet "the true relation of the conspiracy in Amboyna," 5378, 551, 593, 602, 614.

-, employed in answering the East India Company's "True Relation," 583, 589.

-, buys up all the East India Company's "True Relation," 723.

-, at the Hague about the Amboyna business, 593.

-, the only one in the Assembly (of the States General) able to read English, 593.

- is no longer to meedle with East India business, 617.

-, gone to the Hague, 658.

-, returned to Amsterdam from the Hague, 664.

Borell or Borrell, see Boreel, J. & W.

Borneo, see Succadana.

Bostock, Charles, p. 93.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

-, George, p. 492.

-, Thomas, 398.

Botonn, see Booton.

Bottes, Thos., gunner of the Globe.

-, petition of, p. 150.

Bottles, rich case of, 577, p. 376.

Bottomley, -, p. 222.

Boughton, Francis, p. 482, p. 484.

Boult, Mary, p. 481.

-, Nathan, p. 481 (2).

Boulter, John, p. 174, p. 222.

Bourne, David, p. 92, p. 122, p. 137, p. 246.

-, -, petitions of, p. 219, p. 486.

-, Richard, p. 488 (2).

-, Robt., p. 175, p. 181, p. 231.

-, Thos., p. 219.

Bowdler, Basil, p. 220, p. 380.

Bowen, Adam, p. 224.

Bownest Thos. p. 179, p. 232, 395, p. 238, p. 277, 492, p. 488 (2).

Bowry, Simon, p. 275, p. 278, p. 282.

Boyde alias Porter, Jane, pp. 2212, p. 480 (2).

Boyle, -, p. 478.

Boylesonn, Thos., p. 488.

Brace, Thos., p. 93.

Bradley, Hugh, p. 483.

-, Mary wife of, p. 483.

Bradshaw, John, (President of the Council of State temp. Interregnum), papers endorsed by, 153, 165, 178, 187, 197, 383.

-, -, surgeon, p. 202.

Bradstreete, Robert, (deceased), 670, p. 462.

-, his estate, p. 485.

-, Symon, p. 485.

-, purser of the Rose, p. 485.

Brass, p. 108, 676.

Bray, Arthur, 376.

Brazil, 692, 695.

Bread, p. 158, 650.

-, loan of, for the King's ships, p. 124.

-, complaints of, 676, 677.

-, rooms (in the ships) to be plated, 690.

Breda, siege of, 566.

Breerton, Theophilus, see Brereton, Theophilus.

Brempton, -, p. 134.

Brereton, Jas., p. 478.

-, Theophilus, p. 226.

-, petition signed by, p. 491.

Brethers, Thos., p. 492.

Brettridge, -, 55.

Brewer, John, p. 222.

Brewers, small choice of English, p. 181.

Brewin, George, p. 480.

-, wife of, p. 480.

Bridewell, p. 149, 690, p. 485.

Bridgehouse, the, p. 219.

Bridgewater, Earl of, see Egerton, Johu.

Briggs, David, p. 487.

Bright, Thos., 271.

-, letter from, 1622: 134.

-, deceased, 352, 455.

Bristol, 2, p. 123, p. 126.

-, Earl of, see Digby, John, Lord.

-, Mayor, &c. of, p. 92.

Bristowe diamonds, see Diamonds.

British Museum, the printed pamphlets relating to the Amboyna massacre in, 499, 500, 537, 595. i.

Broadcloth, see Cloth.

Broadgates Hall, Oxford, p. 181.

Brockedon, Thos., one of the Council of Defence, President Oct. 1623. 92, 152, 238, 242, p. 167, 336, pp. 179180, 364, p. 205, 375, p. 225, 472, p. 316, 527, pp. 3945, p. 398, 703, 710, 721, 723.

-, -, succeeds Fursland as president of the Council of Defence, Oct. 1623: 338, 364.

-, -, instructions from, 1624: 565.

-, -, letter from, 1622: 140.

-, -, letters to, 1622, 42; 1624, 455.

-, -, asks leave to return home, can no longer live under the insolence of the Dutch, 140.

-, -, desirous to return to England, (Dec. 1623), 357, p. 204.

-, -, if not privy to Amboyna plot, p. 306.

-, -, orders English factors to come from Amboyna in the Dutch ships, 521; see also East Indies, Council of Defence in.

-, -, deceased, 352.

Broker, John, petition of, p. 151.

Bromley, Thos. (deceased), estate of, 381.

-, brother of, 381.

Broock, or Brooke, John, master of the Trial, commander of the Moon, 134, 143, pp. 6163, p. 203, p. 205.

-, -, "like a Judas," 134.

-, -, commended by the President and Council, p. 63.

-, -, letters from, 1622: 138. 1623: 260, 357.

-, -, his estate, p. 480.

-, Julian, wife of, 260, 357, p. 478, p. 480.

-, son of, 143.

-, -, of the customs at Portsmouth, p. 134.

Brooke, Lord, p. 158, 616.

Brouwert, or Brouwer, Henri, 77, 476, 503, p. 489.

-, -, one of the principal perturbers of the peace, 518.

Brown, or Browne, Capt. Arnold, 329, p. 161, p. 166, p. 170, 336, 339.

-, -, master of the Star, p. 179, 345, 348, 374.

-, -, master of the London, 643, 650, 660.

-, -, objections against, 329, pp. 157 158.

-, -, his resolution to open the Bantam trade, 725.

-, -, discharged from the Company's service, 393.

-, Christopher, p. 92, 372, 411, 438, p. 462.

-, protest of, 429.

Browne, Humphrey, 103, p. 140, 566.

-, -, elected one of the committee of the East India Company, 492.

-, Jas., engineer of the East India Company's forts, p. 138, p. 150.

-, -, not thought fit for employment, p. 140.

-, -, entertained to sail in the Charles, p. 140, p. 144.

-, -, his wages, p. 483.

-, -, petitions of, p. 153, p. 219.

-, -, discharged from arrest, p. 154.

-, John, petition signed by, p. 493.

-, -, slain at Patani, 348.

-, -, his estate, &c., p. 143, 348, p. 266, p. 480.

-, Katherine (deceased), p. 140, p. 219.

-, Mary, daughter of, p. 140.

-, Richard (deceased), p. 221, p. 480.

-, -, Elizabeth, widow of, p. 221, p. 224, p. 480.

-, Robt., tailor at Amboyna, pp. 3056, p. 316, p. 396.

-, -, made fast in irons by the Dutch, p. 304.

-, -, examined and tortured, p. 305.

-, -, judged to death, 5 March, 1622 3: p. 311.

-, -, confession and protestation of innocence, p. 311.

-, -, executed, p. 315.

-, -, lecturer at Great St. Helen's.

-, - gratuity to, 374, 609.

-, William, p. 222, p. 479.

-, -, p. 232, p. 267.

Browne, Brune or Bruyn, Isaac de, Dutch fiscal and doctor in law of Zealand, one of the judges at Amboyna, pp. 305 310, pp. 3134, p. 316, pp. 318319, 611, 612.

-, -, said to be drowned, 613.

Brownlowe, -, p. 224.

Brownrigg, Robt., p. 221, p. 478.

Brownryg, Matthew, 358.

-, letter from, 1623: 324.

Bruen, Geo., 352.

Brune, or Bruyn, Isaac de, see Browne, Isaac de.

Bryan, Joshua, p. 223.

-, Wm., soldier, 335.

Bryant, John, p. 221.

Buckeridge, Nich., p. 493.

Buckingham, Duke of, see Villiers, Geo.

Buckock, John, 375.

Bugbarrough, -, p. 222.

Bugges, Sir Anthony, p. 487.

-, and his 12 daughters, p. 273.

Buggins, -, 363.

Bulgaria hides, 335, 348, 440, p. 287.

-, price of, p. 247; see also Russian hides.

Bull, the, 12, p. 28, 98, 146, 163, 175, 180, 223, 261, pp. 110111, 266, p. 128, p. 205, 536.

-, sent to Japan, p. 250.

-, arrives at Batavia from Japan, 415.

-, to be sent to Japara, p. 260.

Bullingan, 70.

Bullion, 407, p. 265.

-, amounts to be exported by the East India Company in their three patents, p. 267; see also Gold and Silver.

Burch, William, p. 223.

Burford, Jas., letter from, 1622: 84.

-, -, master of the Abigail, 103, 105.

-, -, -, journal of, 122.

Burgess, Robt., master of the Fortune, p. 21.

Burlacy, Sir John, p. 238.

Burlamachi, Philip, p. 225, p. 227, 409, pp. 2556, p. 276, p. 410, 621, 698.

-, letter from, 1624: 591.

Burnell, John, p. 491.

Burred, John, p. 91.

-, Mary, wife of, p. 91.

Burrell, Richard, 24, 29, 41, 46, 74.

-, -, proceedings in Chancery against. 682; see also Borell.

-, William, p. 226.

Burte, see Birt, Elizabeth.

Burton, John, p. 482.

-, Margaret, p. 92.

-, -, husband of, p. 92.

-, Ste., p. 491.

-, Thos., p. 93, p. 159.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 491.

Bushell, -, p. 223.

Butcher, John, estate of, p. 479.

Butchers, complaint against, p. 46.

Butler, Kenelm, 646, pp. 4834.

-, Thos., surgeon, 18.

Butta, Emanuel, master of the Blessing, 18, p. 91.

-, letter from, 1623: 373.

Buttall wharf, see Buttolph wharf.

Butter, p. 5, 130, p. 204.

Buttery, George, p. 224, 477.

-, Anne, wife of, 477.

Buttolph or Buttall wharf, 98, 103, 105, 107, 335, p. 239, 403, 491, 495.

Button, Sir Thos., 667.

Byrd, -, master of the Bee, p. 111.

Bynnion, Abraham, p. 484.

Byrde, Sir Wm., Dean of the Arches, 216, pp. 1512, 358, p. 295.

Byxe, Nicholas, see Bix, Nicholas.