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Index: C

Pages 519-527

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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C.

Cabinet of rare workmanship, A., 35, 38.

Cables, 449.

"Caccatoa," a, 366.

Cadway, Thos., p. 141.

Cadwell, John, p. 478.

Csar, Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls, 162, 716.

Caggalion (Manillas), 146.

Calahira, George, 375.

-, -, wife of, 375.

Calamat, see Salmatte.

Calicoes, 55, 92, p. 92, p. 127, p. 140, 3234, p. 152, 329, p. 166, p. 170, 335, 358, p. 202, 369, p. 220, 426, 441, p. 270, pp. 2757, p. 280, 503, 546, 553. i., 566, 607, p. 411, 660, p. 442, 723, p. 482, p. 484.

-, about taking out dividends in, by East India Company, 323, pp. 158160, p. 167, 333, p. 169, p. 175, 345, p. 231, 398, p. 273, 471, 493, 495, 594, 665.

-, King James' inquiries about the sale of the great mass that yearly come to England, p. 134.

-, concerning the price of, 50, p. 138, pp. 1434, 327, p. 148, p. 175, p. 255, 495, p. 372.

-, how to advance the sale of, 55, p. 143.

-, rules for the sale of, by adventurers of East India Company, p. 169, p. 175.

-, person whipped for stealing, p. 155.

-, proclamation to be solicited to prohibit importation of, p. 169, p. 175, p. 186, 363.

-, imported by the East India Company, save the kingdom 200,000l. yearly, 425, p. 267.

-, pay half impost, 314.

-, freight for, p, 153, p. 161, 347.

-, underwriting for, 379.

-, debts of the East India Company paid by, 30.

-, goods paid for by East India Company in, p. 247.

-, gratifications given in, p. 154, p. 232, p. 255.

-, orders not to use lime to whiten, p. 231.

-, from Denmark, p. 205.

-, Dutch ship laden with, 541.

- striped, 409.

Calke, the (Dutch ship), p. 318.

Calley, Christopher, p. 478.

Calthrop, -, p. 238.

Calvert, Secretary Sir Geo., 29, 83, 107, 109, 208, 213, 214, p. 106, 321, 388, p. 249, 426.

-, -, letters from
-, 1622: 23, 45, 60, 69, 73, 82, 95, 108, 116, 160, 162.
-, 1623: 246, 262, 281, 298, 315, 332. 1624: 396.

-, -, letters to-
-, 1622: 49, 61, 72, 75, 104, 113, 127, 132, 133, 149, 151, 195, 198.
-, 1623: 240, 248, 257, 269, 273, 275, 276, 282, 297, 320.
-, 1624: 405, 558.

-, -, and the taking of Ormuz, 301, p. 122.

Cambaya, free trade granted in, 341.

Cam(p)bell, Alderman James, 409, 433, 492, p. 410, pp. 487488 (2.)

-, letters from, 1624: 545, 561, 575.

- Robert, p. 93.

Cambello (Ceram), p. 305, p. 310, p. 318, pp. 3401, pp. 3956, p. 484.

-, -, factory at, 499. i.

Cambrics, p. 134, 425, p. 267.

Camels, 236, p. 126, p. 376.

Camlets, p. 162.

-, watered, p. 287.

Camps, Capt. Leonard, 146.

Canary wine, p. 5, 409, 566, 597; see Wine.

Candahar, 113, 131, 347.

Cannara, see Canary.

Cannon, see Ordnance.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, see Abbott, George.

Canton, Viceroy of, 146.

Canvas, 270, p. 176, 676.

Cape of Good Hope, 14, 41, 122, 134, 136, 138, p. 63, 156, p. 112, p. 143, 336, 368, 371, 411, 446, 472, 534, 544, 692.

-, letter dated from, 271.

Cape Spirito Sancto, 54, 145.

Cape Verd Islands, see Boavista.

Capers, p. 5, 130.

Capital causes, proceedings in, p. 203, see Criminal offences.

Capper or Cappur, John, remembrancer of East India Company, 90, p. 124, p. 140, p. 154, 335, p. 174, pp. 1801, 388, p. 255, p. 275, 471, 491, 493, 582.

-, his brother, p. 181.

Caquemondono, presents for, p. 130.

Caqusamondono, presents for, p. 129.

Cardro, Matthew, (a preacher), deceased, p. 163.

Carew, Lord, Master of the Ordnance, p. 466, 721.

-, report of, 723.

-, letter to, 1624: 724.

-, warrant to, 726.

Carey, Sir Philip, p. 137, p. 144.

Carill, Robt., p. 485.

Carleton, Bigley, p. 492.

-, Sir Dudley, Ambassador at the Hague, 15, 25, 35, 232, 234, p. 106, 269, p. 159, 517, 598, 612, 642, 672, p. 449.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1622: 37, 49, 61, 72, 77, 80, 104, 127, 133, 149, 168.
-, 1623: 257, 273, 275, 276, 282, 294, 340, 350.
-, 1624: 460, 474, 480, 504, 505, 519, 520, 529, 547, 548, 551, 555, 557, 558, 559, 567, 588, 597, 599, 600, 602, 602. I., 603, 605, 606, 615, 624, 682, 633, 637, 644, 649, 653, 654, 661, 662, 663, 668, 678, 679, 695, 707, 717, 718, 719.

-, -, letters to
-, 1622: 20, 22, 23, 28, 32, 36, 45, 48, 56, 60, 63, 6769, 73, 76, 79, 82, 89, 95, 108, 112, 116, 117, 128, 135, 148, 151, 154, 160, 161, 162, 169, 179, 181, 186, 190, 196, 199.
-, 1623: 231, 233, 246, 247, 253, 258, 262, 267, 274, 281, 283, 293, 307, 334.
-, 1624: 389, 450, 465, 468, 469, 478, 479, 482, 484, 485, 486, 499, 501, 513, 515, 516, 521524, 526, 528, 530, 532534, 537, 538, 544, 545, 546, 553, 561, 562, 563, 568, 575, 576, 583, 584, 588. I. II., 589, 590, 591, 593, 596, 604, 609, 614, 617, 618, 622, 625, 629, 630, 634, 635, 638, 641, 651, 652, 655, 656, 658, 659, 661. III., 664, 666, 669, 675, 684, 685, 688, 689, 691, 692, 704, 722.

-, -, memorial presented to, 12.

-, -, the King's anger against, 36.

-, -, the East India Company acknowledge his readiness in their affairs, 258, p. 159.

-, -, his negociations, 16211624: 729.

-, -, and the treaty of 1623 with the Dutch East India Company, 384, 388.

-, -, cannot treat publicly with the States without express order from the King, 474.

-, -, East India Company's resolution to write to him concerning the Amboyna massacre, also their letter, 486, 488.

-, -, his reply to same, and opinion of the improbability of the pretended conspiracy, 504, 521, 549.

-, -, list of papers sent to, concerning, 513. I.

-, -, printed copies of East India Company's narration of, sent to, 659, 660, 682.

-, -, his advice to East India Company upon, 717.

-, -, his negociations with the States General, the Prince of Orange, and the East India Company concerning the Amboyna massacre, 519, 520, 521, 522, 529, 540, 544, 548, 549, 551, 557, 558, 559, 567, 575, 581, 588, 589, 597, 600, 602, 603, 614, 615, 617, 618, 624, 629, 632, 633, 644, 653, 6612, 668, 671 675, 680, 684, 685, 695, 701, 706, 707 pp. 463464, 713, 717, 718, 719, 723.

-, -, libellous pamphlet sent to, concerning, 537.

-, -, his opinion and proceeding thereon, 551.

-, -, propositions made in the Assembly of the States General by, 548, 597.I., 609, 661, 718.

-, -, -, and presented to the President, 555, 556.

-, -, Memorials and answers presented to the States General thereon, 567. ii., iii., 586, 588, 588. i., ii., 713. i., 717. i.

-, -, the King, Prince, and Duke of Buchingham acknowledge his wise and dexterous pursuit of, 584, 655, 687, 689.

-, -, beseeches Sec. Conway's good offices with the King concerning, 588, 602.

-, -, offer (to East India Company) to bring about a new treaty with the Dutch, 600.

-, -, complaints of his conduct in being cold, &c., and Carleton's answer, 575, 589, 615.

-, -, East India Company's obligations and thankfulness to, 617, 618.

-, -, forsees the danger of reprisals on Dutch East India ships, 653.

-, -, recommends reconciliation, for when all is reckoned, both parties will be found losers, 695.

-, -, recommends three points to the States (to settle the business), 695, 696.

-, -, opinion and replies of the States thereon, 695. i., 697.

-, -, illness of, 644.

-, -, about his leave of absence, 653, 654.

-, -, gratifications from East India Company to, p. 154, p. 159.

-, Lady, wife of, p. 154, 340.

-, -, presents to, p. 154.

-, Dudley (nephew of), 49, 600, 617.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 485, 618, 625.

-, -, letter to, 1624: 654.

-, Erasemus, p. 491.

Carlisle, Earl of, see Hay, Jas.

Carmelites, foundress of the, see Madre Teresa.

Carmichell, Wm., petition of, 94.

Carnaby, Henry (deceased), p. 219.

-, Mildred, widow of, p. 219.

Caron, Sir Noel de, Dutch Ambassador in England, 616, 617.

-, -, letter from, 1624: 550.

-, -, letters to, 1624: 592, 647, 693.

-, -, has done his best for the King's satisfaction, about Amboyna, 693.

-, -, his servant Jacques, 550.

Carpenter, Abigail, p. 91.

-, Thomas, p. 219.

Carpenters, p. 21.

Carpentier, Gen., Governor General (of Batavia), and one of the Dutch Council of Defence, p. 61, 238, p. 112, pp. 2023, pp. 2068, 875, 390, p. 251, p. 260, p. 317, 579, 699, 717, 717. i., 719.

-, -, commission (instructions) to, from Gen. Coen, his predecessor, 243.

-, -, as subtle as his predecessor Coen, but far more malicious against the English, p. 108.

-, -, grievances of the East India Company delivered to, 3823.

-, -, protest of, 17.

-, -, protests against, 364, 515.

-, -, proclaimed at Amboyna, p. 316.

-, -, that he and other fit persons examine the whole process of Amboyna, 644.

-, -, concerning letters to be written to him, to live in friendship with the English, 696.

-, -, letters to, 1624: 399, 718. iv.

Carpets, 2, 30, p. 154, p. 164, p. 181, 440, p. 287, 577.

-, dividends taken out in, p. 411.

Carron, Joseph, p. 487.

Carsbon, see Kerseboom, Clement.

Carter, Henry, p. 492.

-, Robert, estate of, pp. 912.

-, -, mate of the Star, 409.

Cartwright, Jas., 375, p. 411.

-, John (deceased), p. 166, 352, 399.

-, Ralph, purser of the Exchange, 525, 531.

-, purser of the Palsgrave, 698, 712.

-, petitions of, p. 481, p. 483, p. 485.

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

Casbone, see Kerseboom, Clement.

Casleman, Richard, p. 487.

Caspian sea, 59.

Cater, Wm., 323, p. 269.

-, petition signed by, p. 491.

Cattle, 41.

-, breeding, p. 99.

-, killed by butchers, 103; see also Oxen.

Cato, 173.

Cator, Wm., see Cater, Wm.

Catotanga (Sumatra), 455, 494.

Cavendish, Wm., Earl of Devonshire, p. 225.

Caviare, 87.

Cawabuch Kewierodono, p. 131.

Celebes, the, see Macassar, Tolo.

Cecil, Sir Edward, 48, p. 246, p. 277, 454, p. 282.

-, -, his steward, see Greene.

Centenarians, see Lodge, Gilbert.

Ceram (the Moluccas), 193, p. 202, p. 308, p. 310, p. 318.

-, Dutch opinion of the people of, 193.

-, the Dutch exasperate the people of, with barbarous cruelties, p. 235; see also Cambello.

Ceramiers, the, 236.

Ceucheu [? Se-chuen], p. 99.

Chace, Thos., p. 492.

Chadsley, Dorothy, p. 221.

Challicombe, Johu (deceased), will of, 376.

-, -, his estate, p. 222, p. 224.

-, Nicholas, his brother, 376, p. 224.

Chamberlain, Abraham, 92, p. 160, p. 186, 369, 398, 439.

-, -, petitions of, and signed by, p. 224, p. 491.

-, Francis, p. 90.

-, John, letters from
-, 1622: 48, 67, 169, 183, 190, 196.
-, 1623: 233, 247, 267, 307.
-, 1624: 389, 465, 479, 524, 546, 590, 651.

-, -, letter to, 1624: 679.

-, -, his vigorous advice about the Amboyna massacre, 524.

-, Richard, p. 175, p. 186.

Chambers, John, p. 491.

-, -, surgeon, p. 21.

-, Marie, 362.

Chambrelan, A., Jun., p. 492.

Chambriers, Lord, 277.

Champin, Rich., p. 93.

Champion, -, p. 487.

Chamysoare or Champore River (Sumatra), 357, p. 378.

Chancellor of the Exchequer, see Weston, Sir Richard.

Chancery, orders in, p. 242, 439.

-, proceedings in, see Gibson, Anthony; Lamott, John; Ball, George; Dale, Lady; Decrowe, Benj.; Denton, Adam, Wickham, Mrs.

- examiner and clerk in, p. 255.

Chancey, Thomas, p. 225, 716.

Chapman, Edward (since dead), p. 205.

-, Francis, pp. 487488 (2).

-, petition signed by, p. 492.

-, John, p. 488 (2).

-, Libby, p. 137.

-, Peter, p. 224.

-, executor of Thos. Porey, p. 372, p. 483.

Charing Cross, 607.

Charke, Benj., p. 492.

Charles, Prince of Wales, 81, 114, 317, 350, p. 282.

-, -, his journey (into Spain), 380.

-, -, his project for recovering treasure from sunken vessels, and fishing for pearl, 81, 83, 96, 107, 109.

-, -, receives Committee of East India Company about the Amboyna massacre, 503.

-, -, concurs in a detestation of the Amboyna massacre, 522.

-, -, acknowledges Carleton's wise and dexterous pursuit of, 584, 655, 704.

-, -, East India Company's "Narration" to be, and is presented to, 587, 607.

-, -, would be much troubled to see his good offices prove fruitless, 635.

-, -, and the East India Company, 463, p. 295.

-, -, and the Persian trade, 681.

-, -, pepper for the house of, p. 462.

-, -, his servants, see
-, Alexander, Walter;
-, Erwin, Sir Jas.
-, Heydon, Sir Wm.;
-, Knolles, Henry;
-, Porter, Endymoin;

Charles, the, 13, 111, 301, p. 122, p. 124, p. 126, 311, p. 133, p. 144, 323, pp. 1512 p. 154, p. 157, p. 180, pp. 2001, p. 219, 565, pp. 378380.

-, -, preparing to sail for the East Indies, p. 140, p. 142, p. 144, p. 148, p. 160.

-, -, to be manned with 180 sailors, p. 160.

-, -, 148,000 ryals (37 chests), to be sent in, pp. 1489.

-, -, mutiny aboard, pp. 149150.

-, -, sailed for the East Indies, p. 176.

-, -, consultations held aboard, 579, pp. 378381.

-, -, masters of, see
-, Bickell, Capt. John; Swann, Richard.

-, -, surgeon of, see Headly, John.

-, -, boatswain of, see Cooley, Hugh.

Charley, Edward, surgeon, 38, p. 90.

-, -, George, son of, p. 90.

Charterhouse Hospital, preacher at the, see Willen, Mr.

Chauncy, Thos., p. 492.

Cheese, p. 5, 130, p. 204.

Cheetam, Henry, steward in the Discovery, 2.

-, letters from, 1623: 336, 337.

Chelsea, 183, 314.

Cheribon (Java), 368.

-, about fortifying to the eastward of, 635. i., 717.

Chesmore, Emma, p. 219.

Chester, Martin, p. 90.

Chesterton, John, 375, p. 219, p. 221.

-, Ellen, wife of, p. 219, p. 221.

China, 145, pp. 100101, p. 235, 460.

-, the King of, 146.

-, -, death of three Kings of, 146.

-, concerning trade in, 146, pp. 99100, pp. 1984, p. 209.

-, orders for capture of junks of, 70.

-, capture of junks of, 6, 98, 123, 124, 139, p. 62, 152, 172, 178, 228, 234, 261, pp. 1089 p. 146, p. 174, p. 269.

-, inventory of goods taken out of junks of, 254, 255.

-, the Dutch in, p. 100.

-, -, attempt to obtain and appropriate trade in, 145, 223, p. 146, 597. i.

-, -, forbidden and will never be allowed to trade in, 146, p. 100.

-, -, trade in, wholly appropriated to, p. 209.

-, -, wish to build a fort in, 460.

-, -, have at least 16 ships on the coast of, p. 199.

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

-, -, at open war with Chinese, p. 100.

-, Dutch fleet to be sent to, to take as many men, women, and children prisoners as possible, p. 100.

-, price of their ransom to be 60 ryals each, p. 101.

-, ships for, 146.

-, see also
-, Canton;
-, Ceucheu [? Se-chuen];
-, East Indies, the
-, Chinese in;
-, Hoochien;
-, Macao;
-, Peiho;
-, Pulo Condor.

China, Captain, p. 250.

China, choice sorts of, and china wares, 226, 243, p. 111, p. 162, p. 287, 577.

-, bedstead, 366.

-, roots, p. 269, 449.

Choul, p. 4, p. 193, 3723, 438, 711.

-, natives of (Choulmen), 410.

-, junks seized, 372, 607, 677.

-, -, value of, 711.

Christian IV., King of Denmark, 594, p. 411, 692.

Christian, Capt., 11.

Christmas, -, 494.

Chrymes, Giul, 365.

Churchar, Wm., p. 219.

Churchman, Bartholomew, 90, 103.

-, lends money to the East India Company's servants in captivity with the Dutch, 90.

-, loan of 40l. to, 90.

-, his services and desire for re-employment, p. 45 (2).

-, petition of, p. 92.

Cider, 130, 379, 393, 409, p. 253, pp. 411412, p. 483.

-, effects of, 879.

-, two hundred butts of, to be bought, p. 412.

Cinque Ports Lord Warden of, see Zouch, Edw., Lord.

Clampe, Samuel, p. 478.

Clarke, George, see Clerke, George.

-, Henry, p. 220, p. 224.

-, -, Alice, widow of, p. 224.

-, Hugh, surgeon, 337.

Clarke, John, p. 482, p. 484.

-, -, Edward, Bon of, p. 484.

-, John, son of John, p. 305, pp. 3079, p. 314, p. 396, 661. II., 684.1., p. 447, p. 478, p. 484.

-, taken by the Dutch in irons, to Amboyna, p. 304.

-, examined and tortured, pp.3067, p.397.

-, the manner of his torture, pp. 3067, p. 312, p. 319, 521.

-, condemned to death, p, 311.

-, forgives George Sherrocke for falsely accusing him, p. 314.

-, admits falsely accusing Capt. Towerson and others, p. 314.

-, executed, p. 315.

-, his wages (as servant to Capt. Towerson), p. 372, p. 482.

-, Joseph, carpenter of the Ruby, 256.

-, Robert, p. 485 (3).

-, -, Robert, son of, p. 485 (2).

-, Sibil, p. 91.

-, Thomazine, 416, p. 482.

-, William, publicly whipped by the Dutch at Jacatra, 242, 530, 533, 545, 586, 586, p. 390.

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

Clatworthy, Christopher, p. 220.

Claxton, Haman, p. 226.

-, Owen, p. 478.

Cleave, Thos., 471.

Clement, Gregory, 358.

-, petitions of, p. 224, p. 478.

-, goes to East Indies in the Star, 404.

Clench, Almott, p. 486.

-, George, p. 486.

Clerke, George, p. 487.

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

Clevenger, Capt. Charles, commander of the Palsgrave and master of the Jonas, p. 109, p. 112, 266, p. 149, p. 156, pp. 1601, p. 166, p. 180, p. 193, 388, 409, 416, p. 253.

-, welcomed home, p. 149.

-, complaints of, p. 152, 393.

-, accusations against, 329, pp. 1578.

-, appointed master of the Jonas, p. 170.

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

Cliffe, Thos., p. 483.

-, Cassandra, wife of, p. 483.

Clifford, Arthur, p. 225, p. 478.

Clifton, -, 87, 650.

Clingo, John, p. 483.

-, Agnes, wife of, p. 483.

-, -, her brother, see Wadsworth, Fras.

Clinton, Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln, p. 488.

Clitherow, Christopher, Deputy Governor of the East India Company, p. 167, 333, 388, 433, 492, 496, 566, 648, 706, p. 463.

-, gratification to, p. 465.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 397, 499, 545, 561, 617, 630, 645, 659, 674.

-, -, elected Deputy. Governor, 492.

-, -, to attend the King, 587.

-, reports his attending the Privy Council concerning trade to Persia, 623.

-, Robert, son of, 388, p. 231, p. 487.

Cloke, Cloacke or Clock, Leonard, one of the Amboyna judges, 611613.

Cloth, 5, p. 4, 50, 91, 99, 145, 147, 157, 223, 226, 236, pp. 9899, pp.109111, p. 137, p. 151, pp. 1613, p. 165, p, 166, 367, p. 196, p. 204, p. 206, 369, p. 221, p. 232, 390, p. 249, 421, 440, 455, p. 287, 560, p. 376, 636, 698, 706.

-, dyeing and dressing of, p. 411.

-, gold and silver, 636, p. 442.

-, of gold, yields no profit, p. 161.

-, price of, raised 30 per cent., p. 111.

-, reason of the rise in price of, 628.

-, scarlet, stammel, green, and other colours, 393, 462, 577 (?), pp. 3767, 628.

-, Suffolk blue, p. 376.

-, about the sale of, iu Persia, 510, 577.

-, price of, in Persia, p. 376.

-, linen, 137, p. 134, 425.

-, see also
-, Kerseys;
-, Surat cloth.

Clove, the, p. 20, p. 21, 93, 368.

-, rotten and unrepairable, p. 63, p. 112, 266, p. 201, p. 205.

Cloves, 91, 99, 102, p. 54, 137, pp. 634, p. 99, p. 109, 272, 323, p.164, 346, 351, p. 206, p. 209, 369, 370, p. 219, 388, p. 235, 449, 472, p. 345, p. 376, p. 483.

-, about taking out dividends (by East India Company) in, pp. 142143, 323, 345, 471, 493, 495.

-, sale of, p. 126.

-, concerning the price of, 237, p. 144, p. 186, p. 231, 495, 496.

-, the manner of growing and receiving, p. 198.

-, the Dutch have abundance of, p. 123.

-, -, demand restrictions in the sale of, 521.

-, in Amsterdam to serve all Christendom for four or five years, 521.

-, sold by the Dutch at 12s. per lb., 540.

-, the Dutch declare a dividend of 25 per cent. in, 658.

Cluff, Catherine, p. 222.

Clutterbegg or Clutterbuck, Daniel, pp.483484.

Clutterbuck, John, p. 487.

Coach, a, presentfor Shah Abbas, p. 163, p. 376.

Coachman, Alexander, p. 224.

Coaster, the, 78, 386, p. 196, 368, p. 205, 375, 390.

-, masters of, see Jesson, Randall, Helmore, -.

Coaster, the, mates of, see Langton, -, Helmore, -.

-, arrives at Batavia from Jambi, p. 251, p. 260, 411, 426.

Cobb, Nathaniel, p. 124.

-, Eliz., 362.

-, Ursula, p. 478.

-, William, p. 479.

Cochin China, 84.

-, King of, 42.

-, -, his desire to trade with the English, 84.

-, the Portuguese in, 84.

Cock, Joseph, p. 491.

Cockayne, see Cokayne.

Cockram, Joseph, one of the Council of Defence, 175, p. 128, 352, 436.

-, -, letters from
-, 1622: 163.
-, 1623: pp. 128129.
-, 1624: 399.

-, -, commission from, p. 131.

-, -, commission to, to dissolve factory in Japan, p. 128, p. 250.

-, -, consultations signed by pp. 129 131.

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

Cocks, John, p. 492.

-, Rich., p. 62, 163, 177, pp. 109110, pp. 128131, p. 176, 352, p. 207, p. 250.

-, -, letters from
-, 1622: 146, 174, 175, 180, 223.
-, 1623: pp. 1289.

-, -, consultations signed by pp. 128 131.

-, -, commission from, p. 131.

-, -, threatened with death, 146.

-, -, ordered to leave Japan, 265.

-, -, goes to England upon the Ann, p. 250.

-, -, leaves Japan and is called to account by the Council of Defence at Batavia, p. 250.

-, -, charges against, p. 250.

-, -, just cause to seize his estate and send him home as a malefactor, p. 250.

-, -, his ill-health and testy disposition, p. 250.

-, -, value of his estate, p. 250.

Cocoa-nuts, 4, 5, 140.

-, trees, 4, 57.

Coe, Juan, p. 128, p. 131.

Coen, General John, Dutch President of the Council of Defence, 9, 12, 43, p. 20, 54, p. 28, p. 29, 85, 99, 125, p. 53, 140, p. 61, 152, 234, 238, 242, 264, p. 112. 816, 368, p. 198, p. 393, 637, 722.

-, -, letters from, 1622: 192, 193.

-, -, protest of, 141, p. 64.

-, -, protests against, 234. 236, 325.

-, -, -, answer to, 272.

-, -, his instructions to the Council on leaving the Indies, 243.

-, -, fair spoken but most cunning, p. 108.

-, -, refuses to trust the English to negociate with the Pengran of Bantam, p. 64.

-, -, instructs Gov. of Banda "to trust the English no more than a public enemy," 193.

-, -, orders the whipping of an Englishman at Jacatra, see Clarke, Wm.

-, -, "a man odious to our men," 644, 666.

-, -, pursues open war against the English, 718.

-, -, villainy intended against the English by, 242.

-, -, approves of the Amboyna executions, p. 147.

-, -, said to have ordered the Amboyna executions, p. 209.

-, -, Bandanese accused of conspiracy against, 521.

-, -, to be sent again as General to the East Indies, 644, 658, 666, 691, 723.

-, -, about taking out a wife with him, 722, 723.

-, -, orders all China junks not trading to Batavia to be taken, 123.

-, -, sickness of, 691, 695.

Coffeodono, p. 130.

Coffeodono of Nangasaki, p. 131.

Coggins, Andrew, Chief at Japara, 352, p. 205.

Coghill, Henry, p. 93.

-, John, p. 93.

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

Cogiah, Nazer, Governor of the Armenians, p. 165, 440.

Cojah, Hassen Allee, 341, 657.

Cokayne, George, 30, 35.

-, -, murder of, in Succadana, 301, 368, 449.

-, -, estate of pp. 9091, p. 138, p. 219, p. 224, p. 232, p. 270, p. 273 p. 282, 623.

-, Mary, sister and administratrix of, see Jackson, Mary.

-, Wm., p. 13, 300, p. 133, p. 270.

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

-, Sir William, p. 167, 433, 492.

-, -, asks leave to resign as one of the Committees of East India Company, p. 122.

- -, content to lend 1,000l. to the East India Company, 333.

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

-, -, letter from, 1624: 397.

-, -, put in nomination for Governor of East India Company, 492.

Coke, Sir Edward, p. 369, 451.

Coke, Katherine, 362.

-, Sir John, Master of Requests, 98, p. 170, p. 248, 448, 698, 706, 708, p. 462, 712, 716, 720, 721.

-, -, report of, 394.

-, -, letters to, 1624: 681, 683.

Colback, Jonas, 352, p. 196.

Cole, Giles, 4, 33.

-, -, letters from, 1622: 5, 6, 53.

-, John, p. 223, p. 224.

-, Roger, 673.

Coleston, Miles, p. 478.

Collins, Anne, p. 483.

-, Edward, purser of the Globe and factor at Lurica and Amboyna, 99, p. 207, pp. 316317, p. 896, p. 447.

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

-, -, examined and tortured, pp. 305 6, p. 312, 684. 1.

-, -, his confession, 661. 11.

-, -, draws lots for his life, p. 207, p. 313, 661. 11.

-, -, the Dutch East India Company deny having tortured, 680, 684.

-, -, he affirms he was tortured, 680, 684.

-, -, again employed by the East India Company, 607.

-, -, affidavit of, 627.

-, -, sent to the King at Newmarket, 684.

-, -, petition of, p. 484.

-, George, 375.

-, William, p. 221.

-, - Susan, wife of, p. 221.

Collwall, -, 468.

Colly, Allen, purser's mate of the James, p. 151, p. 153, 333, p. 170, 403.

Colonna, Don Carlos, Spanish Ambassador in England, p. 270.

-, -, complaints to the King about Ormuz, 317, 320.

-, -, letter to, 1623: 321.

Colson, Collson, Coulson or Colston, Samuel, Chief at Hitto, 99, p. 209, p. 305, pp. 30910, p. 319, 661. H., 684. v., p. 447.

-, -, born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, p. 312.

-, -, petitions of, p. 220. (2.)

-, -, taken by the Dutch in irons to Amboyna, p. 304.

-, -, examined and tortured, p. 306.

-, -, his written confessions and protestations of innocency lying in irons aboard the Rotterdam, p. 312, p. 314, 504.

-, -, draws lots for his life, p. 313, 661. 11.

-, -, his conduct to. the Dutch preacher, p. 313.

-, -, prayer of, read to his fellows the night before and at the place of execution, p. 315.

-, -, writes in his psalter or prayer book that he dies innocent, p. 209, p. 319, 585.

-, -, confession of, 515.

-, -, executed, p. 315.

Colthurst, Thos., auditor of the East India Company, 346, p. 227.

-, petition signed by, p. 491.

Colston, Samuel, see Colson, Samuel.

Comb cases, p. 442.

Combran, see Gombroon.

Commons, House of, see Parliament.

Coromo Isles, 34, p. 110.

Compiegne, letter dated from, 458.

Compter, the, p. 152.

Compton [Crompton, Rich.], & Lamberts, (Lambard, Wm.), justices of the peace, p. 466.

Comptroller, (of the Household), Mr., see Suckling, Sir John.

Congawa Lizamondono, p. 131.

Congie, Pedro, a Japanese executed by the Dutch at Amboyna, p. 315.

Conquest, George, p. 492.

Constantinople, 103.

-, Ambassador at, see Roe, Sir Thos

-, letters dated from, 113, 131, 692, 694,

Conway, Secretary Sir Edward, 234, 281, 301, p. 122, 303, 314, p. 151, 404, p. 249, pp. 2734, pp. 279280, pp. 2956, 495, 504, 510, 634, 636, 660, 706, 723.

-, his birth &c., commended by King James, 183.

-, letters and warrants from-
-, 1622: 128, 183.
-, 1623: 244, 245, 249, 268, 269, 297, 308310, 312, 319321.
-, 1624: 401, 402, 405, 427, 430, 442, 444, 456, 470, 475, 482, 489, 502, 507, 512, 513, 581, 584, 601, 608, 626, 632, 635, 644, 655, 656, 663, 666, 668, 672, 681, 685, 686, 689, 701, 702, 704, 705, 709, 724.

-, letters to
-, 1622: 176, 183, 184.
-, 1623: 252, 296, 298, 299, 315, 332.
-, 1624: 896, 406, 417, 453, 457, 460, 467, 480, 505, 511, 519, 529, 550, 552, 555, 558, 567, 569, 570, 580, 588, 597, 599, 602, 603, 637, 642, 653, 661, 674, 693, 695, 714, 718, 720.

-, and the treaty with the Dutch (1622 3), 176, 183, 184, 214, 218.

-, concerning the King's discharge to East India Company for 10,000l., 503, 517, 587, 628.

-, offers his good services to heal all breaches between Dutch and English East India Companies, pp. 278280, 456, 457.

-, and the Amboyna masssacre, 463, 482, 520, 527, 534, 575, 582, 588, 594, 607, 609, 616, p. 410, 617, 625, 629, 630, 635, 643, 655, 659, 665, 6723, 680, 682, 684, 687, pp. 449450, 688, 706, p. 463, 717, 718, 723.

-, -, The King commands account of, to be delivered to, 463.

-, his letters to Carleton with the King's instructions concerning, 513, 584.

-, The Dutch ambassadors request his favour and support, 552.

-, The King's displeasure with, 589.

-, sends eight points for East India Company's satisfaction, "which they hold to be Boreel's draft," 589.

-, thought to be partial and leaning to the Dutch side, 590.

-, protests faithful and sincere friendship to East India Company, 616, p. 410.

-, and his conduct about seizure of the Dutch East India ships, 628.

-, his courtiership, 183.

-, King James wishes to see a hawk belonging to, 176.

-, gratuity from East India Company to, 636, 639.

-, Capt. Thos., son of,

-, -, letter from, 1623: 299.

-, Thos., 8.

Conyers, John, p. 124.

Coveley, Robert, p. 224.

Coogee (Persia), 330.

Cooke, Edward, p. 492.

-, John, p. 482, p. 485.

-, -, his estate, p. 485.

-, -, mother of, p. 485.

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

-, Richard, p. 485.

-, Joyce, wife of, p. 485.

Cook or Cooke, Osmond, his estate, 463, p. 222, pp. 4801.

-, -, Katherine, widow of, pp. 2223, p. 481.

Cooke, -, Master of Requests, see Coke, Sir John.

Cooley, Hugh, boatswain of the Charles, p. 152.

-, Samuel, p. 225.

Coombe, Ellis, p. 493.

Coombes, John, p. 223.

Cooper, Francis, steward of the Star, dismissed, 416, p. 256, p. 478.

-, John, 352.

-, William, see Cowper, William.

-, see Copper, Jacob.

Coopers, petition of, p. 223.

Coopman, John Jooster (Jeon Yoost), one of the Amboyna judges, 612, 613.

Copland, Patrick, 379, 381, 710.

Copp, William, p. 222.

Copper, (Cooper) Jacob, one of the Amboyna judges, 612, 613.

Copper, Indian, 440.

Copperas for ink, 130, 265.

Coraets (Japan), p. 315.

Coral, 83, 107, p. 152, p. 161, 347, p. 206, 374, p. 231, p. 242, 421, p. 255, 471, 525, 531, 539, 554, p. 372, 587, 706.

-, to be bought at Florence, p. 295, 643.

-, about the custom of, p. 269, p. 273, p. 276, p. 279, p. 466 (2).

-, value of 539, 587.

-, foul and unpolished, p. 276.

-, polished, p.466 (2), see also Marseilles.

Corbett, Thos., p. 90.

Cordage, 46, 101, 270, p. 204, p. 238, 431, 491.

-, price of, 435, 437.

Cordall, John, p. 93.

Corea, Thome, a Japanese executed by the Dutch at Amboyna, p. 315.

Cornelis, Gregory, 434.

Cornwall, p. 246.

Cornwallis, Sir Chas., p. 266, p. 480.

Coromandel, 531.

-, coast, 35, 145, p. 98, p. 123, pp. 2056, 723, p. 489.

-, -, homeward bound ships from, p. 276.

-, -, about purchase of slaves on, p. 99.

Corrant, William, p. 167.

Corsellis, Lucas, Treasurer of the Scottish East India Company, 118, p. 161, pp. 2257, p. 246 (2).

Cortehalfe, (Corthalls), Vincent, secretary to Governor Van Speult and one of the judges at Amboyna, 612, 613.

Cottle, -, 423.

Cotton, John, p. 93, p. 478.

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

-, Katherine, p. 93.

Cotton wools, 35, p. 411, 723.

-, price of, p. 166, 464.

- yarn, 35, p. 109, 553.1., 640.

Coulson, Sam., see Colson, Sam.

Council Chamber, see Whitehall.

Courteen, Sir Peter, letter to, 1624: 606.

Courthope, Nathaniel, chief factor at Pooloroon, p. 204.

-, -, takes possession of Lantar, p. 53.

-, -, killed by the Dutch, 41, p. 53, p. 54.

Courtmamotos of Choul (a ship), the, 373.

Courtney, Robt. (deceased), p. 478, pp. 4801,

-, -, Elizabeth, widow of, p. 478, pp. 4801.

Cove, Thomas, p. 167.

Coventry, Sir Thos., Attorney-General, pp. 1223, p. 232, 393, 395, p. 238, p. 266 (2), pp. 279280, 471, p. 295, p. 450, 706.

-, -, letters to, 319, 705.

Covert, Henry (deceased), 670.

Coward, John, 328.

Cowes, p. 450.

Cowley, Barbara, 362.

Cowly, Hugh, p. 380.

Cowper, Francis, 395, p. 238, p. 253.

-, William, p. 488 (2).

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

Cox, William, p. 492.

Coxe, of the Temple, 301, p. 153, p. 238? 492?

-, Chas., p. 133, p. 137, p. 153, 348.

-, Jas., p. 133.

-, -, keeper of the Council Chamber, p.232.

-, Mrs., p. 481.

Cozen, see Reniere alias.

Cradle, -, 271.

Cradock, Mathew, p. 491.

Crane, Sir Francis, p. 227, 409, 616.

-, -, petition of, p. 483.

-, John, 18.

Cranfield, Sir Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, Lord Treasurer, p. 29, 81, 83, 165, 166, 167, 183, 184, 213, 311, 314, pp. 1367, 318, p. 144, p. 169, p. 179, p. 181, p. 186, 355, 363, 379, p. 218, 439, p. 274, 477.

-, -, commission to, 191.

-, -, letters to
-, 1623: 249, 268.
-, 1624: 402.

-, -, tears up the project (of the East India treaty), and cuts off further negotiation with the Dutch, 115.

-, -, a borrower of the East India Company for the King, p. 159.

-, -, his secretaries, see Jacob, -; Willis, Richard.

-, -, Sir Randall, brother of, 311, 323, p. 169, 355, p. 231, p. 274.

-, -, -, his uncivil speeches of the East India Company, p. 169.

-, -, -, and Governor Hallidaie, p. 231.

Crany, Edward, p. 91.

Cranmer, Nicholas, 346, 369.

Crascombe, Wm., p. 157, p. 479.

Crashawe, a minister, p. 253.

Craven, Lady, p. 232.

Crayvanger or Creyvanger, Herman, one of the Amboyna judges, 611613.

Crew, John (deceased), p. 220.

-, -, his estate, p. 221.

-, -, -, brother of, p. 220.

-, Ran., p. 492.

Creyvanger, see Crayvanger, Herman.

Criminal offences, punishment of, 628, 636, 710, p. 466; see also Capital Causes.

Cripps, Nicholas, coxon of the Palsgrave, p. 152, p. 156.

Crispe, Ellis, 13, p. 93, p. 226, p. 478, p. 488 (2).

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

Crispe, Nicholas, factor at Cambaya, p. 478.

-, Nicholas, 300, 323, 339, 370, p. 226, p. 253, 492, p. 488.

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

-, -, letter from, 1624: 575.

-, -, petition of, p. 480, p. 482.

-, -, jun., p. 492.

Cristmas, George, 352.

Crocobo island, the English take possession of, p. 378.

Croft, Rich., factor at Jambi, 47, p. 196, p. 260.

Crofts, Sir John, p. 249.

-, Lady, 389.

Crompton, Barbara, p. 93.

-, Richard, p. 466.

Crocke, Michael, steward of the Blessing, 2.

-, Dr., a minister, brother-in-law of Aug. Spaldinge, 573, p. 372, 582, 587.

Croppenbergh, -, 335, 395, p. 296, 646, 665.

-, -, his son, 335, 395.

Crosby House, 138, 220, 222, p. 92.

Crosse, Henry (? Short, Henry), p. 379.

-, Hugh, p. 137, pp. 1401, pp. 219220.

Crowche, Henry, p. 482.

-, -, son of, p. 482.

Crowder or Crowther, Isaac, 13, 90, 98, 107, pp. 902, p. 269, 560.

-, -, dismissed the Company's service, 103.

-, -, petitions of, p. 223, p. 482 (2).

-, John, petitions of, pp. 912.

-, -, Thomas, son of, his estate, 13. pp. 902.

Cruse, Robt., p. 491.

Crystal, cup of, see Jewelled cup.

Cuff, John, p. 492.

Cullen, Thos., p. 91.

Culpepper, Wm., 687.

Culverins, see Ordnance.

Cunningham, Sir Jas., Governor of the Scottish East India Company, 118, 431, p. 266.

-, -, 547.

Cup, a silver maudlin, 527.

Cups, silver gilt, &c, see Plate.

Currant, Wm., p. 223.

Cusamondono, of Nangasaki, p. 131.

Custom House, the, p. 153, 491, 531.

-, farmers of the, p. 123, p. 134, 314, p. 273, p. 466; see also Garroway, Sir Wm.; Wolstenholme, Sir John.

-, -, charge against, pp. 159160.

-, officers of, surveyors, collectors, comptrollers, 81, p. 123, 314, pp. 1368, 318, p. 140, p. 144, 324, 495, 660.

-, -, concerning fees and gratifications to, p. 186, 355, 536.

- quay, goods landed at, p. 136.

-, -, ships to unlade at, 493.