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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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Eado Shoboydono, p. 131.

Eagle, the, p. 20, p. 21, 54, p. 122, p. 143, p. 153, 345, p. 200, p. 442, p. 479.

-, homeward bound. 44.

-, outward bound, 348, 404, p. 253.

-, arrives in India, 676.

-, masters of, see Taylor, Thos., Johnson John.

-, purser of, see Bell, Peter.

-, gunners of, petitions of, p. 224, 398.

-, steward's in, 411; see also Hawley, Gabriel.

Earle, Nicholas, p. 93.

Easom, mayor of, 6.

East, Barbara, wife of Robt, p. 220.

-, Robert, p. 220.

-, Thos., p. 91.

East Indies, commission to make voyages to, 136.

-, sixth voyage to, 636.

-, commanders of, see
-, Blythe, Capt. Richard.
-, Christian, Capt.
-, Fitzherbert, Capt. Humphrey.
-, Greene, Capt. Michael.
-, Hall, Capt. John.
-, Pring, Capt. Martin.
-, Weddell, Capt. John.

-, debts of deceased, 182.

-, instructions about charitable contributions to, 710.

-, must be stinted in wine, beer, &c, p. 112.

-, law proceedings of the East India Company against late commanders of, see
-, Bonner, Capt. (his widow, Mrs. Salmon).
-, Dale, Sir Thos. (his wife, Lady Dale).

-, masters of ships not to be wasteful in powder, p. 151.

-, -, not to have the great cabin, p. 142.

-, -, grow ambitious of title, 351.

-, -, great want of, 2.

-, -, and pursers reproved and admonished respecting their accounts, 363.

-, orders concerning, 409.

-, surveyor of ships greatly wanted by, p. 21.

-, wages of the commanders, captains, and masters of, p. 123, p. 140, p. 142, p. 144, p. 153, pp. 156159, p. 170, 335, 339, 342, p. 179, p. 269, 698, p. 466.

-, names of ships belonging to the East India Company, and which sailed to, see
-, Abigail;
-, Anne Royal;
-, Attendance;
-, Bear, see White Bear;
-, Bee;
-, Blessing;
-, Bull;
-, Charles;
-, Clove;
-, Defence;
-, Diamond;
-, Discovery;
-, test
-, Dolphin;
-, Dragon;
-, Eagle;
-, Elizabeth;
-, Exchange Royal;
-, Expedition;
-, Fortune;
-, Gamaliell (sold);
-, Globe;
-, Hart;
-, Hope;
-, Hound;
-, James Royal;
-, Jonas.
-, Lesser James;
-, Lion;
-, London;
-, Moon;
-, Palsgrave;
-, Peppercorn;
-, Primrose (sold);
-, Reformation;
-, Richard;
-, Roebuck;
-, Rose;
-, Ruby;
-, Sampson;
-, Scout;
-, Solomon;
-, Spy;
-, Star;
-, Sun lost (Nov. 1618);
-, Supply;
-, Swallow;
-, Swan;
-, Trial;
-, Unicorn (Lost 1620);
-, Unity;
-, Whale;
-, White Bear;
-, William.

-, names of East India Company's ships arrived in
-, 1622: Blessing, 373.
-, Discovery, 373.
-, Reformation, 373.
-, Sampson, p. 4.
-, 1623: Abigail, p. 196, 368.
-, Hart, 371, p. 214.
-, 1624: Eagle, 676.
-, James Royal, 676.
-, Jonas, 676.
-, Scout, 676.
-, Spy, 676.
-, Star, 676.

-, names of all the East India Company's ships in (Dec. 1623), and how employed, p. 63. pp. 111112, p. 205, 372, 373, p. 214, 711.
-, Abigail;
-, Anne;
-, Bee;
-, Blessing;
-, Bull;
-, Coaster;
-, Diamond;
-, Discovery;
-, Dolphin;
-, Elizabeth;
-, Exchange;
-, Hart;
-, London;
-, Moon;
-, Primrose;
-, Reformation;
-, Roebuck;
-, Rose;
-, Ruby;
-, Unity;
-, Whale;
-, White Bear;
-, William.

-, names of East India Company's ships laid up in, p. 63, p. 112, p. 205.
-, Bear;
-, Clove (rotten);
-, Dragon's Claw;
-, Fortune;
-, Globe;
-, Peppercorn (a careening ship);
-, Supply (rotten).

-, names of East India Company's ships abandoned and laid up as wrecks, p. 29, p. 202.
-, Attendance;
-, Defence;
-, Solomon.

-, names of East India Company's ships lost or wrecked in, 98, p. 214, p. 260.
-, Expedition;
-, Trial;
-, Unity;
-, Whale.

-, East India Company's ship the Primrose, sold to Khan of Shiraz for 1,330l, 372, 373, 711.

-, names of East India Company's ships returned to England from
-, 1622: Charles (July), p. 200.
-, Eagle, p. 200.
-, Hart (June), 103, p. 200.
-, Palsgrave, 227.
-, Roebuck (June), 103, p. 200.
-, Star (Sept.), p. 21. p. 200.
-, 1623: Lesser James, 93, 111, 137, p. 64, 300.
-, Jonas, 323, 373.
-, Lion, 323, 373.
-, London, 323, 373.
-, 1624: Dolphin, 373, 534, 546, 553, 574.
-, Elizabeth, 472, 479, 496.
-, Exchange, 479, 496.

-, great charge of the thirty ships now (1622), in, 55.

- 34 ships employed in the trade to, 157.

-, Sir Thos. Roe's opinion that too many ships are employed in, 692.

-, about purchase of ships for, 78, 449.

-, models of a galliot for, p. 156.

-, ships building, and built for, 46, 74, 90, 103, p. 238, 397, 700.

-, -, estimate for, 449.

-, -, fitting out for, p. 122, p. 140, pp. 1423, 659, 708, p. 462.

-, -, ready to be launched, 531.

-, project to preserve ships from the worm, &c, p. 180, p. 273, 477.

-, -, trial to be made of the, p. 276.

-, trimmed against worm and fire, 723.

-, supply of powder for ships going to, p. 275.

-, about repairing ships of, 435, 449, 517.

-, complaints concerning victuals for, pp. 1567, 388.

-, express orders necessary about victualling, p. 112.

-, 200 butts of cider, 500 oxen, and 1,500 hogs ordered for, p. 412.

-, ships stayed upon a motion in Parliament, and released, 303; see also Parliament.

-, -, allowed to depart, 435.

-, outward bound ships to, pp. 2534, 421, 426, 660, 670, 676, p. 465.

-, long stay of the ships abroad, 573.

-, "misfortune" of East India Company's ships in, p. 248.

-, loss of English ships in, pp. 289, 293, p. 128, 463, 466; see also Expedition, Trial, Unity, Whale.

-, inventory of "our known losses in," 40.

-, homeward bound ships from, 92, 107, 142, 371, p. 464.

-, arrival of ships from, 104, 293, 300, 307, 323, 373, 478, 492, 493, 496, 546.

-, -, rules in reference to, 81, 83.

-, -, impost and customs to be paid on, 312, 314, p. 136.

-, restitution of ships taken by the Dutch in, 201, 203; see also States Ambassadors and the Treaty (p. 536.)

-, complaint to the Privy Council and to Parliament of mariners taken by the Dutch, p. 179, p. 278, p. 280.

-, public worship on board, 142.

-, tobacco provided for the mariners, 587.

-, complaint of vagrants aboard, 393.

-, East India Company's resolution about runaways, 617.

-, unruliness and disorderly conduct of mariners, 175, p. 112, 384.

-, blasphemy, drunkenness, &c. to be severely punished on board, 142.

-, a mariner (Girdler) sentenced to be ducked, p. 269.

-, voluntary contributions from mariners, 536.

-, mortality of mariners going to, 9, 137, 182, 337, p. 267, 676, 677.

-, their wills sent home, 137, 182, 337, 385, 711.

-, about payments due to the estates of those deceased in, 369.

-, annual value of commodities shipped to, 157.

-, concerning supplies and ryals to be sent to, p. 149, p. 161, 345, 347, p. 186, p. 253.

-, proceedings in Parliament about money "sent out of the land" by East India Company, 425, p. 267.

-, ryals shipped in 20 years to, 157.

-, 48 chests of ryals sent in East India Company's ships to, 426.

-, trade in, 19, 156, 157, 158, 165, 178, 224, 240, p. 134, p. 142, p. 267, 496, 643.

-, -, King's commission to inquire into, 155.

-, -, should be free to all, p. 235.

-, -, concerning the reglement of, 165, 167, 178, 183, 187, 197, 199, 206, 207, 212, p. 196, p. 203, 540.

-, -, -, the King's declaration, 244, 245, 250, 274, 276, 281.

-, -, -, to be sent to East Indies, 274, 276.

-, -, in hazard of utter ruin for want of necessaries, p. 63.

-, -, Governor Abbott's opinion of trade in, 496.

-, -, no hope of a prosperous trade without a total separation from the Dutch, 527.

-, -, profits of, 157, 210.

-, -, the East India Company have 24 ships and merchandise in, to the value of 800,000l. or 900,000l. at the least, 497.

-, -, their returns 400,000l. per annum in real commodities, 425, p. 267.

-, -, will maintain 10,000 tons of shipping and employ 2,500 mariners, 540.

-, -, notes concerning the strength and wealth of, 540.

-, Parliament takes great exception to the trade in, p. 267.

-, Sir Thos. Roe's opinion that East India Company overlay trade in 692.

-, the King encourages East India Company to go on cheerfully with their trade in, 503, 510, 511. i., 543, 560, 561, 581, 630.

-, the King approves exceedingly their answers about the trade to, p. 134.

-, - will maintain them in their trade to, 634.

-, encouraged to proceed boldly in their trade to, 644.

-, annual revenue to the King from the East India Company's trade to, 165.

-, the treasure of the kingdom greatly augmented by the trade to, 425, p. 267.

-, the King well satisfied with the benefit to the Kingdom of the trade to, 381.

-, trade to, brings 50,000l. yearly into the King's customs, 540.

-, about disposal of goods arrived from, 323.

-, value of goods brought from, and what they have produced in England, 157.

-, prizes taken in, p. 4, p. 12, 303, p. 246.

-, -, auction or "open outcry" of, commanded by Gen. Coen in, 9.

-, -, valued at 100,000l., 303, p. 246.

-, commission granted to examine depredations in, 196.

-, prizes taken in, examinations concerning, 359.

-, -, report to Lord Admiral concerning, 394.

-, -, Lord Admiral's rights to, see Villiers, Geo., Duke of Buckingham.

-, -, Edw. Nicholas' minutes concerning, 303.

-, concerning the seizure of India junks in, 429.

-, relation of the Amboyna massacre presented by Governor Abbott to the King, 496; see also Amboyna massacre.

-, concerning the maintaining of the trade and the shipping to be sent after news of the Amboyna massacre, 471, 484, 485, 496, 497, 501, 503, 509511. i., 518, 541, 543, 574, 584, 588, 607, p. 410, 618, 620, 658, 665, pp. 449450, p. 464.

-, the maintaining the trade become a business of State, 510, 513, 561, 607.

-, unwise to acquaint the States with petition of East India Company to quit their trade, 519, 544.

-, weary of the trade, and must give it up, 574, 590.

-, the King utterly dislikes their intimation of giving up their trade, 607, 618.

-, propositions to the King for furtherance of their trade to, 635.1.

-, Carleton's propositions in case the giving up their trade is persisted in by East India Company, p. 369.

-, East India Company beseech the King that the contract with the Dutch East India Company in 1619 be wholly severed, 511. i., 518, 527, 541, 543.

-, concerning forts and garrisons in, 187, p. 138, p. 150, 405, p. 319, 589, p. 391, 629, 635, 639, 644, 695, 713. i., 717, 717. i., 718. iv., 723, p. 478.

-, -, the King's declaration and command about, 244, 245, 250, p. 150, 510, 541, p. 410.

-, -, Prince of Orange's opinion on, 615.

-, license desired from the King to build forts in, 388, 511.1., 518, 541, 543, 616, 661.

-, commission to East India Company to build forts in, 705.

-, East India Company's intended fort in, 388, 398, p. 247, pp. 449450.

-, -, commander recommended and entertained for, 388, p. 232, p. 238, 398.

-, engineers sent out to build forts in, 635.1.; see Browne, Jas.

-, soldiers, &c. engaged for, 335, p. 253, 635. i., 680, 721.

-, -, captain of, see Fowkes, Capt.

-, -, the Dutch, threaten to oppose, 610.

-, -, wages of, 335, see Bryan, W.

-, -, surgeon for, 690.

-, Sir Thos. Roe knows India as well as any man living, 692.

-, harbours for shipping and forts will be opposed by the Kings in, p. 201.

-, dicing and unlawful games prohibited on board ships to, 142.

-, diet of those employed in, p. 112.

-, natives of, p. 134.

-, native boy landed in England, p. 142.

-, directions how to proceed in criminal causes sent to, 628, 636.

-, commission in capital and criminal matters to be sent to, 710.

-, drugs in plenty and perfection in, 87.

-, inventions for the Mogul to fish for pearl and to recover wrecks, 81, p. 47.

-, invention for conveying water into houses in, 81; see also Charles Prince.

-, project for making fresh water from salt water, 358, 363.

-, project of Rich. Steele for waterworks in, 339, 347.

-, tiles wanted to cover houses and for pavement in, p. 63.

-, Council of Defence in, viz.:
-, Richard Fursland, president (died 16 Oct. 1623).
-, Thos. Brockedon, president, Oct. 1623.
-, Richard Bix.
-, Joseph Cockram.
-, John Goninge.
-, Henry Hawley.
-, William Methwold.
-, Augustin Spaldinge.
-, Gabriel Towerson.
-, 1622: 7, 17, 26, 70, 99, 101, 102, 137, 138, 140, 141, 152, 164, 178, 206, 207, 209, 210, 225.
-, 1623: 256, 259261, 306, p. 129, p. 157, p. 160, 336, 357, 366, 372.
-, 1624: 463, 491, pp. 3456, 565, p. 368, p. 378, 585, 587, pp. 3945, 635. i., 684, p. 466, 711, 723, p. 489.

-, -, Rich. Bix to be one of, p. 149.

-, -, Capt. Fitzherbert not admitted, p. 199.

-, -, register or book of, p. 207.

-, -, indifferent place to be chosen for habitation of, 187. i., 206, 212, 213.

-, -, -, the King's declaratioa concerning, 244, 245, 250.

-, -, remarks on conjunction in trade with the Dutch, p. 198.

-, -, concerning differences that cannot be settled by 635. i., 713. i., 717, 717. i., 718. IV.

-, -, order of East India Company to, to be very cautious in giving their factors testimonials, 587.

-, -, desire some form of law in capital causes, p. 203, see Criminal offences.

-, -, soldiers necessary for the garrisons, p. 198.

-, -, the Dutch continually presides in, 140.

-, -, -, protests against, 141, 364, 365, 377, 504.

-, -, -, -, answer to, 152.

-, -, their relation of the Amboyna massacre, pp. 2089.

-, - and the Amboyna massacre, p. 146, 368, 463, 548.

-, -, -, protests of, against, p. 147, 364, 365, 377, 463, 504, 602.

-, Council of Defence in, the States General wish further information of the Amboyna business from, 535.

-, -, commissions and instructions from, 44, 142, 565.

-, -, resolutions and consultations of, 70, 238, 239.

-, -, letters from
-, 1622: 9, 43, 54, 85, 110, 111, 126, 143.
-, 1623: 234, 242, 264, 325, 367, 368.
-, 1624: 390, 391, 399, 415, 432, 436.

-, -, letters to, 1624: 494, 579, pp.378381.

-, fleet of defence in (1622, see 146), viz.:
-, Bull, the;
-, Elizabeth, the;
-, Moon, the;
-, Palsgrave, the;
-, Peppercorn, the.
-, pp. 6263, 261, 325, p. 167, pp. 193 194, p. 209, p. 340, p. 346.

-, -, minutes of, consultations by the council of, 70.

-, -, disorders in, some hanged, p. 62.

-, -, in fear of being given over for want of supplies, p. 63.

-, -, returned to Firando, 146, 164.

-, -, about withdrawal of the English ships from, 146, p. 200.

-, -, about abridging the number of the 10 ships of, 187.I., 206, 207, 211 213, p. 146.

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

-, -, orders for dissolving, 164.

-, -, prizes taken by, 261, pp. 109110.

-, -, inventory of merchandise taken by, 180.

-, -, profits of, 146, 163, 164.

-, petitions for prize goods taken by, pp. 1667, p. 485.

-, -, extra pay given for services in, 560, p. 373.

-, -, the Dutch allow their men a share of prize goods taken by, p. 167.

-, -, gross pilfering by the commanders of, p. 204.

-, accusations of embezzling goods of, 329.

-, pillage allowed by the Dutch, p. 158.

-, the Dutch have much more pillage than the English, p. 167.

-, intend chiefly conquest and sovereignty in these exploits, p. 200.

-, the Dutch divert the English fleet of defence to further their own conquests, 610.

-, fleet of defence in, concerning the charge of, 272.

-, -, concerning the equipment, maintenance, and employment of, p. 489.

-, -, the English Company unwilling to furnish their number of 10 ships, p. 340.

-, the Dutch Council of Defence in, viz.:
-, Jan Pieterson Coen;
-, Pieter de Carpentier;
-, Willem Janssen;
-, Jaques Specx.
-, 206, 255, 264, p. 108, 463.

-, -, commission to, 243.

-, -, council book of, 234.

-, -, protest of, 141.

-, -, -, English answer to, 152.

-, -, letter to, 1623: 234.

-, -, fiscals of, 152, 173, 234, 255.

-, -, -, English opinion of, 152.

-, -, -, Carleton calls them rash and ignorant, p. 400.

-, -, -, process against English of, 172, 173.

-, -, fight with Portuguese fleet in, p. 110, p. 112.

-, -, secretary of, 234.

-, the Dutch in, 34, 43, 84, p. 53, 242, 272, 370, p. 235, p. 267, 541, 677.

-, -, Governor-General in, see Carpentier, Pieter, de.

-, -, their trade employs their shipping and brings a competent profit to their state, 127.

-, -, have more ships than they know how to employ in, 9.

-, -, ships sent home by, 18.

-, -, kind of sailors employed by, p. 21.

-, -, narrow escape of their ships sailing to, p. 63.

-, -, English ship shoots at ships of, 372.

-, -, English mariners taken by, p. 278.

-, -, blow up Chinese in a pinnace, p. 251.

-, -, mean to set forth a fleet of fifteen sail, 54.

-, -, their great charge of shipping, 243.

-, -, term the East Indies their kingdom, and the English villains and traitors, p. 61.

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

-, -, rules for managing their trade, &c. in, 243.

-, -, their yearly charges in, 12 tons of gold or 500,000 ryals, p. 98.

-, -, send out as much money in one year as the English do in three years, p. 200.

-, -, call themselves "Governors of "the Netherlands Indies," p. 108.

-, -, spoils committed by, 31.

-, -, "the undoers of the world," 84.

-, -, their abuses tend to the ruin of our trade and the dishonour of our nation, 140.

-, The Dutch in, open hostility of, 350.

-, -, the Dutch request a list of the goods, ordnance, &c. of the ships taken by, 92.

-, -, Coen's instructions for the conduct of, 243.

-, -, trust not the English any more than open enemies, p. 100.

-, -, design to make themselves absolute masters of the trade, 540.

-, -, give a percentage of the value of prizes taken in, to the States and Prince of Orange, 303.

-, -, hatred borne by all the Indians to, 695.

-, -, content with rice alone for a year together, p. 63.

-, -, have yielded to a free trade which makes the contract void, 658.

-, -, eightyyoung girls sent by, to, 343.

-, -, taught by experience to lend nothing, 272.

-, -, jealousy and causes of suspicion towards the English of, p. 392.

-, -, a perfidious people, p. 209.

-, -, much better to separate from, p. 201.

-, -, English refuse to join in offensive wars with, p. 203.

-, -, how they have wronged the trade and persons of the English company, pp. 2078.

-, -, hold only defensive war with the Spaniards, 370.

-, -, Sir Thos. Dale's seizure of moneys of, 395.

-, -, compel the English to pay a large amount upon unjust complaint of Chinese, 610.

-, -, their "barbarous usage, insolencies, outrages, robberies, exactions, unjust dealings, &c." of the English in, 23, 26, 36, 39, p. 20, 47, 54, 84, 85, 116, 137, 140, p. 61, p. 194, p. 199, p. 208, 597.1.

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

-, -, East India Company's servants in captivity with, 90.

-, -, concerning whipping, imprisonment, imposition of fines, taxes, &c. upon the English by 206, 208, 242.

-, -, murder both friends and foes, p.4.

-, -, have no intention towards the English but treachery, tyranny, and conquest, 527.

-, -, their pride and insolency in, abhorred by their own nation, 691.

-, -, petitions and complaints concerning goods seized by, 291, 354 355, 3613.

-, -, protests against, 429.

-, the Dutch in, the alliance in 1606 with, p. 340.

-, -, two treaties in 1613 and 1615 with, 499. I.

-, -, concerning the publication of the treaty of 1619, in the Indies, p. 28, p. 29, 98, p. 54, 151.

-, -, articles of Treaty of 1619, broken by, 26, p. 12 (2), 36, 43, p. 21, 119, p. 53, 178, 204, 235, p. 147, 364, pp. 1934, p. 198, 377, 499. I.

-, -, - unless rectified, confusion will follow, 392.

-, -, union with, a delusion, p. 235.

-, -, suspicion that the Dutch will break their agreement, 157.

-, -, differences between the English and
-, 1622: 9, 12, 20, 23, 2527, 32, 49, 71, 86, 119.
-, 1623: 235, p. 154, 380.
-, 1624: 390, 399, p. 251, pp. 278 280, 492, 610.

-, -, -, nourish much ill blood, 128.

-, -, their open hostility avowed by an act of the States General, 350.

-, -, grievances delivered in 1624 to, 382, 400, 610.

-, -, -, related in detail, 595.

-, -, -, Sec. Conway's offers to reconcile, see Conway, Sec. Sir Edward.

-, -, -, now in debate in Holland (1624), p. 280.

-, -, English Commissioners appointed to settle differences, 1622: 12, 23, 32, 49, 56, 82, 83, 95, 108, 112, 115, 116, 117, 119, 147, 162; see also Abbott, Morris, and Diggs, Sir Dudley.

-, Lords Commissioners for the treaty, letters from, 1622: 165, 167, 178. 187.

-, -, letters to, 1622: 166, 188.

-, -, proposal to send over to Holland to require satisfaction from (Sept. 1623), p. 154.

-, -, concerning the charges of the governor's table, the schools and presents of, 203, 206, 213.

-, English Company distrust the promises of the Dutch ambassadors, 214.

-, in all places under the Dutch, the charges (for goods) are greater, 54.

-, -, both companies had been 2,000,000l. in better estate, but for differences, 293.

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

-, -, East India Company desire differences may be remitted to Europe, 635, 664, 665.

-, -, concerning the claim of sovereignty of, 36, 178, 206, p. 100, p. 108, p. 112, 325, 364, p. 198, 384, p. 280, 468, 474, 541, p. 390, 597.1., 610, 635. I., 644.

-, The Dutch in, the King's declaration about the claim of sovereignty of, 244, 245, 250, 468, 585.

-, -, -, the States would not take knowledge of, 474.

-, -, -, Sec. Conway utterly protests against, 594.

-, -, -, the Prince of Orange's opinion about, 615.

-, -, arguments against sovereignty and jurisdiction of, 469.

-, touching jurisdiction in, 187. i., 206, 208, 212, 213, 243, p. 194, 468, 697, 717.

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

-, touching the question of forts in, 203, 206, 207, 211, 212, 213, p. 202, 697.

-, States-General, the, and the treaty, 16223:
-, 1622: 2, 9, 12, 23, 25, p. 12, 35, 36, 37, 45, 48, 49, 63, 72, 73, 76, 77, 79, 80, 82, 89, 90, 95, 104, 108, 112, 114, 119, 128, 133, 147, 149, 150, 178, 282, 4689.
-, 1623: 384, 388, 396, 463, 629.
-, 1624: p. 280, 4567.

-, States ambassadors in England for the Treaty, 22, 23, 25, p. 13, 28, 32, 45, 48, 49, 55, 60, 63, 64, 6769, 115117, 119, 127, 160162, 165169, 176, 178, 181, 183, 184, 186, 187, 188, 190, 199, 200222, 233, 252, 282.

-, the States General pretend ignorance of the King's declaration, 281.

-, -, Boreel labours with, to get disallowance of, 468.

-, -, the King's declaration against pretence of sovereignty, accepted by, 585.

-, States' Ambassadors not admitted to audience of the King, 48.

-, -, audiences requested and granted by the King to, 56, 61, 64, 67, 68, 73, 114, 165, 187, 188, 218, 244247, 267, 281.

-, -, account of conferences respecting the treaty, 64, 115.

-, -, minutes of debates with, 197.

-, -, letter and memorials from, 1622: p. 11, 214, 218.

-, -, letters to, 1622: p. 11, 153.

-, -, seek to protract the treaty, 119.

-, -, complaint of delay in, and the slow progress of the treaty, 77, 147, 154, 162, p. 199.

-, -, play fast and loose, 181.

-, -, will have their wills or conclude nothing, p. 203.

-, -, the treaty broken off, 82, 115 117, 127, 128, 199.

-, -, the Prince of Orange advises the Commission of to be enlarged, 127.

-, -, great anger of, they threaten they will meet no more, 162.

-, the States'Ambassadors and the treaty points to be concluded, 232.

-, -, have agreed, 231.

-, -, the agreement, accord, or treaty, 258, 262, 275, 276, 283, 355, p. 202.

-, -, -, copy of, 263.

-, -, feasted by Sir E. Cecil and Lord Exeter and East India Company, on conclusion of treaty, 1623, January, 48, 89, 253, 267.

-, -, the East India Company are feasted by, 253.

-, -, the Dutch East India Company busy (at the Hague) finding money for the satisfaction of, 282.

-, -, leave England and in the Maese, 257, 267.

-, -, return of, to Holland, 474.

-, -, report the King's gracious usage of them, 257.

-, Duke of Buckingham, Ambassador Carleton, and others gratified for favors in the treaty, p. 124, p. 154, 363.

-, States' Ambassadors declare their resolution not to swerve from the Treaty, 340.

-, the treaty to be shown to counsel, p. 265.

-, -, the King greatly deceived by, 458.

-, -, money paid according to, 275, 293, 294.

-, -, -, security for, 335, 395.

-, new injuries to be settled by a private treaty, 334.

-, Commissioners appointed to treat with the Dutch for a "private treaty," p. 169, 334; see also Barlow, Robert, Misselden, Edward.

-, -, joint letter from, 1624: 468.

-, -, points proposed by the Netherlands East India Company to, 476, p. 489.

-, all controversies referred into England, 390, 499.

-, the Dutch in, concerning a treaty (16231624) with, 384, 404, 468, 469, 474, 486, 496, 499, 521, 544, p. 410, 642.

-, -, security from English Company demanded by, 384.

-, -, remonstrance of East India Company about differences with, (l624), 456.

-, -, deputies from both companies meet concerning differences with, 457.

-, the Dutch intend nothing less than to do the Company right, 496.

-, the Dutch utterly averse to reason, 665.

-, all the treaties with the Dutch, but so many treacheries, 503.

-, the Dutch East India Company, 83, 127, 133, p. 61, 165, 229, 243, 274, 282, p. 146, 395, 460, 524, 532, 660, 706, p. 489.

-, -, re-establishment of, 127.

-, -, the government of, p. 896.

-, the Dutch East India Company, nine elected to govern trade to the East Indies, p. 265.

-, -, the (17) Bewinthebbers, administrators, directors, mayors, and participants of, 35, 49, 61, 63, 98, 127, 133, pp. 99100, 273, 275, 282, 384, 386, 411, 419.1., p. 265, 480, 545, 561, 602, 605, 606, 615, 629, 632, 633, 655, 661.1., 665, 682, 695.1., p. 466, 721.

-, -, see also
-, Bas, Derick;
-, Beq, Lewis de;
-, Boreel, Jacques;
-, Jacobs, Simon;
-, Poppen, -;
-, Schellinger, H.
-, Tripp, Elias;
-, Witt, Cr.

-, -, faction and disputes between, 340, 615.

-, -, close fisted, 722.

-, -, charges of, and dividends from, 243.

-, -, have resolved upon a dividend of 25 per cent., 658.

-, -, none to see the East India Company's books that hold correspondence with, 431.

-, -, ordered to the Hague, and in debate there, 49, 275, 276.

-, -, advocate of, see Boreel, Wm.

-, -, protest against, p. 194.

-, -, enormous fortunes of, 678, p.465.

-, -, mortality of, 678, 679.

-, -, and their conduct in reference to the Amboyna massacre, 513, 515, 516, 528, 529, 5323, 538, 549, 551, 553, 563, 576, 583, 615, 661, 668, 669, 671, 678, 717, 719, 722.

-, -, called to account about Amboyna massacre, 504, 588, 603, p. 410, 624, 637, 658, 661664, 691, 706, 718. IV.

-, -, justify the fact, 637.

-, -, scandalous reports given out by, in reference to Amboyna Massacre, 515.

-, -, have no other purpose but to justify their cruelties, 568.

-, -, resolution of English East India Company to separate from, 503.

-, -, report that the Dutch are content to part, 723.

-, -, Lords Commissioners (Amboyna business) will by no means have the two companies disunited, 623.

-, -, for damages to the value of one million one hundred thousand pounds, they pay 80,000l., p. 464.

-, -, presume the King will not come to a direct quarrel, 513.

-, -, English East India Company unanimously agree (1624, July) to treat no more with, 518.

-, -, disperse libellous pamphlets said to be written by Boreel, 537; see also Amboyna massacre.

-, -, the English Relation sent to, 551.

-, -, arguments on the different ends and designs of the English and, p. 391.

-, the Dutch East India Company and the States General, 480, 624, 644.

-, -, charged to put all into the way of reasonable satisfaction, or to be abandoned by the States, 597.

-, -, King James distinguishes betwixt the States General and, 480.

-, -, fear to lose power with the States, 695.

-, -, the States divided from, 644.

-, -, the scandal of Amboyna has made a divorce between the States and, 717.

-, -, remonstrance of, 661.

-, -, their artifices for delay, 695.

-, -, letter from, to be translated, p. 232.

-, -, -, read at a court of committees, 554.

-, -, -, frivolous and of no validity, 682.

-, -, letter written by East India Company in English could not be read by, 593.

-, -, letters received in England directed to, p. 296.

-, -, letter from, 561. i.

-, -, -, presented to King James, 566, 568, 574, 575.

-, -, letter to, 561. ii.

-, -, Carleton's advice to, 717.

-, -, have agreed to free trade in, 644.

-, -, English Company to have liberty to build apart, and to have residences separate from, 588.

-, -, relation of the state of affairs between the English and, 730.

-, -, controversy between Wm. Carmichell and, 94.

-, -, ships of, 23, 316, p. 193, 373.

-, -, Admiral of, see Dedel, Jacob.

-, -, mutiny in a ship of, 544.

-, -, stay of ships of (1622), 67, 69, 72.

-, -, loss of ships in, 293, 294.

-, -, arrival of their ships from, 104, 326, 534, 553, 596, 597, 599, 606.

-, -, East India Company's demands to seize ships of (in the Narrow Seas), 518, 540, 541, 543, 566, 584.

-, -, Commissioners appointed to give order for first seizure, 584, 602.

-, -, concerning order of commissioners to seize ships of, 620, 625, 628, 629, 630, 635, 638. i., ii., 643, 655, 665 667, 680, 6857, pp. 449450, 691, 704, 706, 716, 718. iv., 723.

-, -, -, the King's remarks, 623.

-, -, -, the Bewinthebbers take no notice of, 664.

-, -, have agreed to send nine ships to, 658.

-, -, four ships allowed to pass, 602.

-, -, their East India House, 538.

-, the Chinese in, 4, 70, p. 235.

-, the Chinese in, "a Cheny christened," see Rowle.

-, -, debts owing by, 152, p. 147.

-, -, executed by the Dutch, p. 53.

-, -, no people in the world do the Dutch better service than, p. 98.

-, -, their trade in case of war to be hindered by the Dutch in all parts of, p. 100.

-, -, value of prizes taken from, 359, 394.

-, -, murders committed by, 368.

-, -, murder part of a Dutch crew, p. 251.

-, -, their ships taken prize, 422424.

-, the Danes in, 42, p. 100, p. 202, p. 205, p. 260, p. 267, p. 276, 677.

-, -, the English in worse case than, who trade, without interruption, 503.

-, -, trade freely, 511, 1.

-, -, have real protection from their King, 518.

-, -, request of the King of Denmark for a ship carpenter to dock him a ship for the Indies, 594.

-, the French in, p. 100, 277, 290, 692.

-, -, the English in worse case than, who trade without interruption, 503.

-, -, trade freely, 511. 1.

-, -, have real protection from their King, 518.

-, -, renew an old overture of settling a free trade with the Dutch in, 588, 599.

-, -, concerning the burning and spoiling of a French ship, 721.

-, -, the French Company which trade to, 721.

-, -, protest against the French company in general, 290.

-, husband of the French East India Company, see Handson, -.

-, the Italians in, 290.

-, the Portuguese in, 84, 243, 272, 290, p. 140, p. 143, p. 170, 345, p. 196, 373, p. 395, 677, p. 449, 706.

-, -, the Viceroy and Governor of, see Buy Frere de Andrade.

-, -, fights with, 182, p. 110, 291, 336, 339, p. 175, p. 193, 368.

-, -, -, petition about wounds received in, p. 221.

-, -, English prisoners with, 84.

-, -, their ships and goods taken prize, 9, 43, p. 20, p. 64, 146, 182, p. 110, 339, p. 196, 368, p. 204, p. 253, 422 424, 711.

-, -, -, examinations concerning the value of, 359.

-, -, their trade hindered and ruined, 43, p. 140.

-, -, have suffered terrible losses, p. 64.

-, -, testify their good usage by the English, p. 136.

-, the Portuguese in, hindered from lading goods in, 266.

-, -, have bought up all commodities in, but burnt above half in, 692.

-, -, have great forces in, 676.

-, -, arm in earnest, and are filled with anger and revenge against the English, 418.

-, -, rumours of conflicts with, p. 464.

-, -, the King and the East India Company on the past and the future concerning, 481.

-, -, the East India Company beseech the King that there might be peace between the English and, 481.

-, -, -, orders to forbear all reprisals, but to right wrongs received or against the, p. 412.

-, -, -, servants run away to, p. 412.

-, -, conquest at Amboyna by the Dutch from, p. 284.

-, -, the Dutch always at war with, 730.

-, -, East India Company propose to join with, "to root out the bloody "Dutch of the Indies," 518.

-, -, fleet, 34, p. 63.

-, -, -, to be surprised, 70.

-, the Spaniards in, 243, 272, 370.

-, -, have suffered terrible losses, p. 64.

-, -, commission to inquire what injuries and depredations have been committed on, 191.

-, -, Sir Walter Aston's negotiations with, 728.

-, -, the Dutch hold only defensive war with, 370, 730.

-, -, the actions of the English show whether they be friends to, 544.

-, -, the Dutch fear the English joining with, 657.

-, see also
-, Acheen;
-, Aden;
-, Agra;
-, Ahmedabad;
-, Aniar;
-, Bandas, the;
-, Baroach;
-, Batavia;
-, Bessee;
-, Booton;
-, Borneo;
-, Calicut;
-, Cambaya;
-, Cambello;
-, Candahar;
-, Celebes, the;
-, Choul;
-, Cochin China;
-, Coromandel;
-, Dabul;
-, Damaun;
-, Deccan;
-, Diu;
-, Goa;
-, Gogo;
-, Guzerat;
-, Hitto;
-, Jacatra;
-, Java;
-, Lahore;
-, Lantar;
-, Lugho;
-, Luricca;
-, Malabar;
-, Malacca;
-, Masulipatam
-, Moluccas, the
-, Motir;
-, Patani;
-, Pettapoli;
-, see also-
-, Pooloroon;
-, Pooloway;
-, Pulicat;
-, Scinde;
-, Siam;
-, Solor;
-, Sumatra;
-, Surat;
-, Swally;
-, Ternate;
-, Tidore.

East India Company, patent of, 109, p. 248, p. 265, p. 267, p. 269, p. 280.

-, -, cried down by the House of Commons, 425.

-, -, about strengthening the, p. 265.

-, the three patents of, p. 267.

-, six patents of, sent to Parliament, 451.

-, their seal-at-arms so great no use can be made thereof, p. 203.

-, the first or old joint stock of (consisting of 400,000l.), 55, 65, 74, p. 92, 265, p. 122, 311, p. 199, p. 227, 393, 395, p. 242, 409, p. 248, p. 276, p. 278.

-, -, dividends on, p. 153, p. 167.

-, -, 20,000l. will pay Mich. dividend, 643.

-, -, may well bear 200,000l. at interest, 55.

-, -, arrears due to 92,000l. p. 144, p. 159.

-, the second or new joint stock of, 38, 55, 58, 65, 74, 134, p. 137, p. 227, p. 231, 395, 409, 413, p. 248, p. 278, p. 372, 700, 708, pp. 4878.

-, -, proposals to lessen the charges which are far greater than those of the first, 55.

-, -, dividends on, 71, 107, 300, p. 127, pp. 1423, 323, p. 159, p. 161, p. 167, 333, p. 169, p. 180, p. 273, 573, 492, 493, 496, p. 372, 574, 643, 646, 667, 680, 708.

-, -, arreas due to, p. 144, p. 159.

-, -, aspersion that the merchants swallow all and the gentry get nothing, 574.

-, expectations of thicker dividends rather than of more payments, p. 153.

-, about reducing both stocks into one, p. 200.

-, both so severed that one is not liable for the other, p. 278.

-, concerning the stock "to be brought in," 65, 71, 74, pp. 1534, p. 167, 333, 339, pp. 1756, p. 180 (2), 347, 643, 708, pp. 464465.

-, abstract of the stock in the Indies sent to, p. 64, p. 205.

-, at a low ebb, 307.

-, 200,000l. brought in, in 1622, thought necessary for the year 1623, 71, 74.

-, will have the greatest stock in the Indies they ever, had, 323.

-, that the same course may be held as in the plantations in Ireland, 339.

-, statement of accounts of, 74, 107, 708.

-, require an inventory Of all their stock in the Indies, p. 196.

-, must be careful of three things, p. 142.

-, debts of (about 170,000l.), 30, 55, 65, 74, 107, p. 142, p. 157, p. 227, 566, 573, 708, p. 464.

-, -, about payment of, 574.

-, -, may be taken out in goods, 30.

-, -, nearly 200,000l., 573.

-, thought fit to get out of debt, p. 180.

-, a great burden and disrepution, 643.

-, debts owing to, p. 144, p. 160, p. 166, p. 169, 665.

-, names of debtors to, to be produced, pp. 154155, see also p. 544.

-, the King wishes to borrow money of, p. 159.

-, loans requested from, 107.

-, loans to, p. 1667, 333, 347.

-, interest paid by, 126, p. 227, p. 231, 566, 573, 667, 708.

-, to call home the stock and servants of, will take some years, 510.

-, concerning the government of, pp. 158 9, p. 169.

-, exportation of coin by, 156159, p. 267.

-, -, the King's commission to inquire into, 155.

-, and the pirate business, 335.

-, King James calls them pirates, 303, 481.

-, love and good respect of the King and , Prince to, 107.

-, and a project of Prince Charles, see Charles, Prince.

-, proceedings in Parliament against, p. 267; see also
-, James I.
-, Wife of Robt. Salmon.
-, Villiers, Geo. Duke of Buckingham.

-, receive very coarse usage in Parliament, 454.

-, and the Duke of Buckingham about the taking of Ormuz and prizes in East Indies, see Villiers, Geo. Duke of Buckingham.

-, to present 2,000l. in gold for the Duke of Buckingham's service by the King's command, 308310, p. 134.

-, complaint that the Committee are overforward in giving great sums to the King and Duke of Buckingham, p. 296.

-, pay 1,000l. for victualling his Majesty's ships, p. 265.

-, and Sir Robt. Sherley, 404; see also Sherley, Sir Robt.

-, answer of, to Sir Robt. Sherley's propositions about trade to Persia, 571; see also
-, Persia.
-, Sherley, Sir Robt.

-, grant of pardon for all hostilities committed by, 490.

-, general release to, under the broad seal for " all errors past in the Indies " 643.

-, proceedings in Chancery against; see
-, Ball, Geo.
-, Bonner, widow of Capt.
-, Burrell.
-, Dale, Lady.
-, Denton, Adam.
-, Jourdain, John.

-, uncivil behaviour towards p. 276.

-, accused of bribery and corruption, pp. 176177.

-, petition the Privy Council for powder, pp. 2756.

-, must set up powder mills, 723.

-, survey to be made of all the stores of, 435.

-, large packet of letters arrived in Dutch ships from East Indies sent to, 604.

-, and the Muscovy Company, 78, 439, p. 266.

-, relation of the state of affairs between the Dutch East India Company and, 730.

-, governors of, see
-, Hallidaie, Alderman Sir Wm.
-, Abbott, Morris.

-, -, election of, 300, 433, 492.

-, -, -, question concerning the, 431, 433.

-, -, -, not by ballot box but by erection, of hands, 433.

-, -, gratuities to, 323, 496, p. 465.

-, deputy governors of; see
-, Abbott, Morris.
-, Munnes, Thos.
-, Clitherow, Christopher.

-, -, election of, 300, 433, 492.

-, -, gratuities to, 323, 496, p. 465.

-, committees of, 74, p. 253.

-, -, election of, 300, 492.

-, -, list of names of (1624), 492.

-, -, gratuities to, 323, 496, p. 465.

-, -, uncivil speeches about, p. 169.

-, Auditor General of, p. 175.

-, chief accountant of, see Lanman, Christopher.

-, accountant (wanted at Batavia), p. 64.

-, auditors of, 107, p. 167, 339, p. 181, 379, p. 232, p. 238, 421, 426, 510, 566, 573, 582, 616.

-, -, concerning the election of, p. 176, p. 180, 346, p. 186.

-, -, to audit accounts of, 74.

-, -, instructions to, p. 186.

-, -, complaint of, 573, 716.

-, rules for, 716.

-, -, account of the state of the stock delivered by, 712.

-, -, salaries of, p. 186.

-, Auditors of see also
-, Colthurst, Thos.
-, Cranmer, -.
-, Eyans, Thos.
-, Gifford, Roger.
-, Handson, Ralph.
-, Markham, Valentine.
-, Swift, Richard.
-, Waytes, Bart.

-, beadle of, see Grimstone, John.

-, under beadle of, see Tyggin, Thos.

-, book-keepers of, 459.

-, -, election of, 300.

-, -, ordered not to give any copies of accounts out of the counting-house, 459.

-, -, the warehouse books imperfectly kept by, 573.

-, see also, Ellam, Andrew, Lanman, Christopher.

-, brewer to, see Duppa.

-, carpenters (ship), of, 24, 103, p. 177, p. 200, 643, 667.

-, -, a ship carpenter wanted by King of Denmark, 594.

-, -, East India Company have but one experienced, and cannot spare him, 594.

-, -, pressed for the King's service, 667.

-, -, want of good, p. 200, p. 205, 371.

-, -, petition of, p. 91.

-, -, about restraining their resort to the taphouse, 667, 673.

-, -, mortality of, p. 205, 371, 667.

-, see also Stephens, -.

-, engineer to, see Browne, Jas.

-, names of factors of (16221624), 164 persons
-, Allen, Richd (Acheen).
-, Antheunis, Lucas (Siam).
-, Badnedge, Philip (Jambi).
-, Ball, Geo. President (Bantam).
-, Banggam, John (Surat).
-, " Nicholas.
-, Barker, Thos. (Ispahan).
-, Bass, Samuel.
-, Bate, Henry (Jacatra).
-, Beamont, John (chief at Lugho, Amboyna).
-, Bell, Wm. (Ispahan).
-, Bennett, Wm. (Japara).
-, Benthall, John (Ispahan).
-, Beverley-(Amboyna).
-, Bickford, Jas. (Surat).
-, Biddulph, Wm. (Surat).
-, Bindon, John (Bantam).
-, Bishop, Rich. (Japara).
-, Bix, Nicholas.
-, " Richard.
-, Bogan, Christ (Jambi).
-, Bright, Thos. (Catotanga, Sumatra)
-, Brockedon, Thos.(President Jacatra).
-, Browne, John (Patani, Surat).
-, Bruen, Geo. (Jacatra).
-, Burford, Jas. (Surat).
-, Cartwright, Jas. (Amboyna).
-, Cartwright, John (Jacatra).
-, Churchman, Barth.
-, Clarke, John (Hitto).
-, Clement, Gregory.
-, Cockram, Joseph (Firando).
-, Cocks, Richard (Japan).
-, Coggins, And. (Japara chief).
-, Cokayne, Geo. (Succadana).
-, Colbach, Jonas (Jambi).
-, Cole, Giles (Batchian).
-, Collins, Edward (Amboyna, Luricca).
-, Collins, George.
-, Collson, Sam. (Hitto chief, Amboyna).
-, Cooper, John (Jacatra).
-, Courthope, Nath. (Bandas chief).
-, Coward, John (Acheen).
-, Crispe, Nicholas (Cambaya).
-, Cristmas, George.
-, Croft, Rich. (Jambi).
-, Danby, Wm. (Macassar).
-, Darell, Henry (Surat).
-, Daukes, Thos. (Bandas).
-, Dent, John (Japara).
-, Denton, Adam (Patani chief).
-, Dodde, John (Masulipatam).
-, Dodsworth, Henry (Japan).
-, Downman, Zachary (Bandas).
-, Ducie, Henry (Jacatra).
-, Duke, Matthew (Masulipatam).
-, Eaton, Wm. (Firando).
-, Edwards, John (Succadana).
-, Ferrers, John.
-, Foxcroft, Sam. (Hitto).
-, Fursland, Richard (Jacatra, President).
-, Futter, Fras. (Masulipatam).
-, Glanvill, John (Surat).
-, Gonninge, John (Moluccas, Jacatra).
-, Griggs, Wm. (Luricca).
-, Grove, Thos.
-, Haies, Robt. (Pooloroon chief).
-, Halsey, - (Ahmedabad).
-, Harison, Philip (Tacomy).
-, Harris, Thos.
-, Hasellwood, Rich. (Batavia).
-, Hawkeridge, Thos. (Surat).
-, Hawley, Henry (Jacatra).
-, Hayward, John (Succadana, Acheen).
-, Haywarde, John (Ispahan).
-, Heynes, Edward (Surat).
-, Hinchley, John (Pooloroon).
-, Hitchens, John (Jacatra).
-, Hoare, Wm. (Surat).
-, Holman, Michl (Gnoffiquia).
-, Hopkinson, Joseph (Surat).
-, Hudson, Rich. (Firando).
-, Hughes, Robert.
-, Hutchinson, Robert (Surat).
-, James, Giles (Surat).
-, Jefferies, Robt. (Ispahan).
-, Johnson, Robt. (Jambi).
-, " Thos. (Batchian).
-, " Timothy (Amboyna).
-, Jones, Thos. (Patani).
-, Jourdain, Capt. John.
-, " John, junr. (Patani).
-, Kendall, Wm. (Banjermassim).
-, Kerridge, Thos. (Surat chief).
-, Ladbrooke, Thos. (Cambello).
-, Lancaster, Richard (Surat).
-, Loftus, Robt.
-, Long, Edward (Siam).
-, Man, Eustace (Jacatra).
-, Manistone, Wm. (Jambi).
-, Martin, Wm. (Surat).
-, Methwold, Wm. (Masulipatam).
-, Milis, Thos. (Pulicat, Masulipatam).
-, Monox, Edward (Persia).
-, Moore, Benj. (Bandas).
-, Moore, George (Hitto).
-, Muschamp, Geo. (Amboyna).
-, Nicolls, William (Malaya).
-, Offley, Thos.
-, Osterwick, John (Firando).
-, Owen, David (Jambi).
-, Page, George.
-, Parker, John.
-, Perry, John (Moluccas).
-, Pettus, George (Pooloway).
-, Portis, John (Firando).
-, Powle, John (Amboyna, Cambello).
-, Purefey, John (Ispahan).
-, Pyke, Edward (Succadana).
-, " George (Surat).
-, Ramsey, Ephraim (Amboyna).
-, Randall, Robt. (Jambi).
-, Rastell, Thos. (Surat, President).
-, Robinson, George (Acheen, chief).
-, " Richard.
-, " Thos. (Jacatra).
-, Rosons, Christ. (Surat).
-, Sadler, John (Luricca).
-, Salbanke, Joseph (Agra).
-, Sarney, Edward (Indraghiri, chief).
-, Sayer, Edmund (Firando).
-, Scudamore, Edward.
-, Sherricke, George (Hitto, Amboyna).
-, Short, Henry (Macassar).
-, Sill, Henry (Amboyna).
-, Smelt, John (Jambi).
-, Smith, Lewis.
-, Spaldinge, Augustine (Jacatra).
-, Spence, George (Cambello).
-, Staverton, Thos. (Macassar, Jambi, chief).
-, Stevinton, Marmaduke (Jambi).
-, Stewart, John E. (Amboyna).
-, Thompson, Emanuel (Amboyna).
-, " Thos. (Surat, killed at Dabul).
-, Towerson, Gabriel (Amboyna).
-, Tracy, Thos.
-, Traiford, Edward (Jacatra).
-, Troughton, Jas. (Priaman).
-, Varneworthy, Anthony.
-, Wallis, Anthony (Surat, Motir).
-, Webber, Wm. (Amboyna).
-, Weekes, And. (Moluccas).
-, Welden, Rich. (Bandas, chief).
-, Well, Wm. (Siam, Masulipatam).
-, West, Nathaniel (Surat).
-, Wetherall, John (Cambello).
-, Wight, Daniel (Acheen).
-, Wild, Richard.
-, Willoughby, George (Jacatra).
-, " John (Lahore).
-, Withers, Wm. (Macassar).
-, Woolman, Henry (Amboyna, Acheen, chief).
-, Wright, Daniel.
-, Wylde, Richard.
-, Young, Robt. (Lahore).

-, factors of, 103, p. 151, p. 231, p. 269.

-, Ellam's collection of factors in the East Indies, in number four score, 348.

-, list of factors in, 352, 703.

-, -, to be presented to a court, of Committees of, p. 231.

-, -, in want of sufficient, p. 112, p. 442.

-, -, petitions for employment as, 345.

-, -, concerning supply of, 348.

-, -, orders not to use lime to whiten calicoes to be given to, p. 231.

-, -, displaced and punished, p. 109.

-, -, put in irons and imprisoned, . 677.

-, -, sent home prisoners, pp. 6364.

-, -, their request for more power, 71.

-, -, to have the great cabin, p. 144.

-, -, about disposing of, in the ships, 404.

-, -, negligence and improvidence of, p. 200.

-, -, a black book to be kept to record the errors of the servants of, p. 411.

-, -, mortality and want of good, 99,

-, factors of, wills and estates of, p. 63, 227, p. 111, 348, p. 200, 339.

-, -, -, directions to examine, 96.

-, -, proceedings at law against, see
-, Ball, George.
-, Belt, Thos.
-, Burrell, Richard.
-, Denton, Adam.
-, Wickham, Richard, widow of.

-, -, account of factories of, p. 62.

-, -, good report brought from the Indies by, 527.

-, -, charges in every factory in, p. 111.

-, -, 150,000 ryals necessary for two factories, p. 180.

-, -, 400,000 ryals required for the yearly supply of, p. 63.

-, wages of, p. 137, p. 138, pp. 1567, p. 175, 351, 358, 376, p. 218, p. 246, 430, p. 372, 700.

-, -, -, about allowing interest on, p. 253.

-, -, -, ten per cent, interest allowed on, 418.

-, -, -, Thos. Kerridge, p. 227.

-, -, -, interest requested by, on his, 413.

-, factor at Amsterdam, see Barlow, Robt.

-, husband of, see Mountney, Richard.

-, -, election of 300.

-, ministers of, see Preachers.

-, officers of, election of, 300, p. 296, 492.

-, physician, need of a, p. 202, 670.

-, porters of, 379.

-, -, complaint of, p. 180; see also Walker, Wm.

-, preachers of, 8, 29, p. 235, 416, p. 253, 660; see also
-, Copland, Patrick.
-, Crooke, Dr.
-, Friday, Thos.
-, Hatch, Arthur.
-, Hoare, Thos.
-, Lord, -.
-, Rynd, Jas.
-, Wren, -.

-, -, wages of, 384, p. 462.

-, -, texts chosen for sermons by, 384.

-, -, about sending two in one fleet to one place, 416.

-, proctor of, p. 122, p. 154.

-, -, an able, to be entertained, 708.

-, pursers of, 316, 333, 350, 393, 403, 710.

-, -, to take the oath, p. 151.

-, -, displacement of, 29, p. 200.

-, -, their rank and place, 333.

-, -, errors and confusion in accounts of, 358, 363, p. 200, p. 207, 285, p. 238.

-, -, many can scarce write, p. 200.

-, pursers of, orders concerning, 409.

-, -, their books, p. 251.

-, remembrancer of, see Cappur, John.

-, stewards of, displacement of, 29.

-, secretaries of.

-, -, election of, 300; see also
-, Bacon, Robert.
-, Sherburne, Edward.

-, -, want of (in Batavia), perfect in the Dutch language, and experienced in law, p. 64, p. 112.

-, solicitors of, see
-, Tichborne.
-, Lee, Edward.

-, surgeons of, 236, 272, p. 126, p. 151, p. 202, 404, 409, p. 253, p. 275, 690; see also
-, Bradshaw, -
-, Butler, Thos.
-, Charley, Edward.
-, Clark, Hugh.
-, Dale, Richard.
-, Embrey, Gam.
-, Garland, Philip.
-, Headly, John.
-, Kitchen, Wm.
-, Parkes, Richard.
-, Pickering, Robert.
-, Price, Abel.
-, Spottis, -.
-, Willson, -.
-, Wood, Richard.
-, Woodall, John.

-, -, to be examined before engaged, 38, 404.

-, -, about employment of unskilful, 619, 643.

-, -, about provision and examination of surgeon's chests for, p. 122, p. 144, p. 149 p. 186, 374, 404, 409, 690, 708.

-, -, barley and lemon water for the use of, p. 255.

-, -, wages of, 698.

-, assistant surgeon, see Johnson, Timothy.

-, translator to, see Fortney, -.

-, treasurers of, 447.

-, -, election of, 300, 492.

-, -, gratuities to, 323, 496, p. 465.

-, -, report the state of East India Company's affairs, 708; see also
-, Bateman, Robt.
-, Stone, Wm.

-, warehouse, books of, 716.

-, writers of, p. 199; see also Norris, John.

-, good penmen needed, as may appear by copies of letters now Bent, p. 112.

-, all the servants of, to take the oaths, p. 296, 491.

-, petitions for, employment increase of wages, or payment of wages, &c.
-, 1622: pp. 9092.
-, 1623: pp. 219225.
-, 1624: pp. 478486.

-, petitions to, to be read to free the House from the multitude of suitors that resort daily, 335.

-, Committee appointed to consider petitions for payment of wages to wives and masters, 345.

-, petitions of runaways for payment of wages, 560.

-, -, Court of Committees hear petitions, 619, 646.

-, demands for restitution of goods taken from those employed by, 71.

-, -, wages of persons employed by, 46, 87, 92, 103, 107, 292, 301, p. 133, p. 186, p. 140, pp. 1434, p. 150, pp. 1567, p. 176, 358, 510, 698, 716.

-, -, about increasing the, p. 201.

- private trade of those employed by
-, 1622: 13, 29, 30, 38, 225.
-, 1623: p. 123, p. 136, p. 138, p. 140, p. 148, pp. 1534, p. 160, p.l66, p. 168, 333, p. 175, 366, p. 220.
-, 1624: p. 227, p, 231, p. 238, 398, 409, 416, 435, 449, 560, p. 372, 594, 680, p. 449, p. 462, p. 466.

-, committee for the goods of private trade, p. 148, p. 151,

-, -, to hinder it by all possible means, p. 227.

-, -, bonds given not to exercise, 384, 698.

-, -, orders for suppressing and punishing, 366, 409, p. 466.

-, -, strict examination to be made in the Indies of the, 536.

-, -, fine of 1,000l. imposed by East India Company for, 582.

-, -, -, abated to, 100l., 587.

-, -, the taverns in the Indies furnished with wine through, p. 466.

-, subscriptions towards building a hospital for those maimed or hurt in the service of, 536, 710.

-, gratuities to the poor and sick and to widows and fatherless children and those maimed in the service of, 83, p. 143, p. 148, pp. 150151, p. 157, p. 159, p. 161, p. 179, 348, 351, 376, 384, p. 232, 510, 536, 607, pp. 411412, 636, 639, 665, 670, 690, 710, 712.

-, gratuities to poor ministers, p. 179.

-, gratifications, New Year's gifts, and presents from, 2, 107, p. 151, 376, 379, 381.

-, Court minutes of
-, 1622: 2, 3, 8, 11, 13, 18, 21, 24, 29, 30, 35, 38, 41, 46, 50, 51, 55, 58, 62, 65, 71, 74, 78, 81, 83, 87, 90, 92, 96, 98, 103, 105, 107, 109.
-, 1623: 300, 301, 304, 311, 314, 318, 322, 323, 327, 329, 331, 333, 335, 339, 342, 345, 348, 351, 355, 358, 363, 369, 374, 376, 379.
-, 1624: 381, 384, 388, 393, 395, 398, 403, 404, 409, 411, 413, 415, 416, 418, 421, 425, 426, 431, 433, 1624: 435, 437, 439, 441, 445, 449, 451, 454, 459, 468, 471, 477, 481, 488, 491, 492, 493, 495, 496, 503, 510, 517, 518, 525, 527, 531, 536, 539, 554, 560, 566, 573, 574, 582, 587, 594, 607, 616, 619, 621, 623, 628, 636, 639, 643, 646, 650, 660, 665, 670, 673, 680, 682, 687, 690, 698, 700, 706, 708, 710, 712, 716, 721, 723, 725.

-, Court minutes between April 1620 and July 1621 missing, p. 168.

-, whether a general court can be called, the governor being dead, 431.

-, complaints of the "unsecrecy" of things spoken of in Court, 339, 616.

-, disorder of a general court, p. 169.

-, miscarriage of divers of the Committees, p. 231.

-, most humble supplication of, p. 489.

-, letters and petitions from
-, 1622: p. 11.
-, 1623: 258.
-, 1624: 396, 418 (read), 486, 497, 499, 509, 511.1., 522, 541, 545, 561, 561.11., 568, 609, 617, 630, 645, 652, 659, 674, 684, 688.

-, fines for non-attendance at the general courts of, 51, 92, 300, 311, 323, p. 167, 351, 431, 464, 492, 496, 574, p. 463.

-, letters to
-, 1622: 9, 43, 54, 80, 126, 129, 130, 137, 138, 139, 140, 143, 144, 146, 174, 175, 180, 182, 223.
-, 1623: 259261, 264, 266, 271, 310, 316, 324, 328, 330, 336, 337, 340, 357, 368, 370373.
-, 1624: 385, 390, 391, 401, 412, 419.1., 430, 440, 462, 473, 504, 507, 512, 561.1., 577, 581, 600, 672, 676, 677, 711, 717.

-, -, from the East Indies, not to be read upon the Exchange, 107.

-, admission of free brethren of
-, 1622: 109, p. 92.
-, 1623: p. 166, 347, 350, p.225, 381, p. 227.
-, 1624: 517, p. 487.

-, -, privileges to, p. 144.

-, -, -, petitions and requests for, 83, p. 148.

-, -, -, request of sundry Dutchmen for, p. 275.

-, transfers of adventures in
-, 1622: p. 93.
-, 1623: 347, p. 219, p. 226.
-, 1624: 517, pp. 487488.

-, -, fees for, re-established, p.411.

-, -, refused, 13.

-, offer of King James to be an adventurer in, 510, 511. 1.

-, -, the King expects answer to, 581, 594.

-, -, resolution thereon, 527, 539, 582, 594.

-, reply of, to the Privy Council, 541 543.

-, -, to the King, 607.

-, sale of adventures in, 109.

-, no man's adventure now (July 1624) worth money, 517.

-, no man will pay in any money, 523.

-, concerning delinquent adventurers in, those behind with their payments, 323, 339, 346, p. 186, p. 295, 495, 496, 503, 517, 518, 527, 660, 708, p. 462, p. 465.

-, -, to pay 9 per cent, interest on, 518, 574.

-, -, exception taken to the word delinquent, 496.

-, -, minutes of a court for the consideration of, 700.

-, -, arrears amount to, 80,000l., 700.

-, -, list of debtors presented to, 29.

-, -, -, the court loath to take any vigorous course against, 29.

-, -, 48,000l. owing by insolvents to, 74.

-, minutes of general courts of sales, 51, 92, 302, 351, p. 280, 464, 640.

-, sale of commodities, with names of purchasers and the prices
-, 1622: 51, 92.
-, 1623: 302, 351.
-, 1624: 464, 640.

-, the Scottish.

-, -, petition of, 118.

-, -, governor of, see Cunningham, Sir Jas.

-, -, treasurer of, see Corsellis, Lucas.

East India House, 220.

East Indian seas, 107.

Eaton, Wm., 163, 175, p. 110, p. 128, 352.

-, -, Commission from, p. 131.

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

-, -, ordered to leave Japan, p. 250.

-, -, goes for England upon the Anne, p. 250.

Ebony, p. 442.

Echell, Thos., p. 91.

-, -, wife of, p. 91.

Echill, Sam., 362.

Edens, Henry, p. 91.

-, -, his son, p. 91.

Edge, Isack, p. 492.

Edmondes, Sir Clement, 109, 162.

-, -, requests loan of East India Company, 107.

-, -, letter to, 1622: 66.

Edmonds, Henry, estate of, p. 170.

Edwards, John, p. 63, 639, p. 485.

-, -, Barbara widow of, p. 485.

Edwards, -, p. 152.

-, -, the apothecary, p. 166.

-, Richard, p. 226, p. 487.

Egerton, John, Earl of Bridgewater, 670.

Elephants, white, p. 111.

-, teeth, 11, p. 161, p. 227, p. 246. 435, p. 278, 706.

-, -, customs for, p. 279.

-, one tooth, 14 lbs. weight, 676.

Elgar, John, p. 484.

-, Elizabeth, wife of, p. 484.

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, 450.

Elizabeth, the, 70, 146, 163, 164, 175, 223, 261, p. 109, p. 112, 266, 328, 338, p 196, p. 206, 375, 390, 392, 527, p. 373.

-, sails from Batavia, 473.

-, value of her cargo, 390.

-, arrives in England, 472, 479, 496.

-, unlading of, 510.

-, very leaky and crazy, 473, 573.

-, to be brought into dock, p. 462.

-, commanders of, see. Lenmyes, Edmund, Adams, Robt.

-, chief mate and master in, see Morgan, Wm.

-, mate in, see Barnes, Thos.

-, gunner of, see Maes, Thos.

-, pursers of, see Grant, Edward, Turberville, Robt.

-, letters received by, 328, 400.

-, letters dated from abroad, 261, 472.

Ellam, or Ellham, Andrew, book-keeper to the East India Company, 11, 134, 300, p. 149, 345, p. 227, 388, 393, 411, 560, p. 412, 639, 680, 721, 723.

-, his collection of the factors in the Indies, 348.

-, fees allowed to, p. 411.

Elliot, John, 92.

-, Peter, master of the Anne, p. 21.

-, -, chief mate, p. 157.

Ellis, Aaron, p. 222, p. 479, p. 481, p. 483.

Ellmore, Jane, p. 222.

Elm timber, see Timber.

El Salvador, a Portuguese carac, 317.

Elton, Thos., p. 225.

Eman, Rich. (deceased), purser of the Ruby, 137.

-, -, his estate, p. 160, p. 222.

-, -, Mary, mother and executrix of, p. 160, p. 222.

Embrey, Gamaliel, surgeon of the London, 359.

Embroidered pieces, 435, 437.

Emeralds, 230, p. 256, 426, 657, p. 462.

Enchusen, (Dutch ship) the, 41.

Endracht, (Dutch ship) the, 91.

-, loss of, 99, 110.

Engine, see Inventions.

England, 43, 44, 49, p. 29, 68, 72, 77, p. 53, 127, 137, 195, 225, 257, 286, p. 134, 317, p. 196, p. 199, 390, p. 275, p. 312, p. 314, pp. 3448, pp. 3967, 602. i., 606, 624, 629, 633, 642, 648, 716.

-, English factors request to return to, and are bound for, 91, 223, 265, p. 148, pp. 204205, 375, p. 251.

-, six English factors from Amboyna return to, p. 317.

-, printed copies of the Amboyna pamphlet sent to and dispersed in, 545, p. 463.

-, annual value of pepper imported into, see Pepper.

-, silk trade of Persia to be brought to, 566.

-, money taken out of, 266.

-, -, to be paid in, 175, 177, 220.

-, a punishment in, p. 355, 551.

-, about supplies from, 84, 85, 110, 238.

-, stronger built ships and ships of greatest burthen needed for the voyage to, p. 21, p. 235.

-, outward bound ships from, p. 5, 294, p. 128, 375, 410.

-, homeward bound ships to, p. 4 (2), 44, 54, 103, 142, 227, 261, pp. 109110, p. 197, 371, 373, p. 250, 432, p. 260, p. 287, p. 442, 723.

-, ports of, 643.

-, statutes of, 628.

-, Dutch ambassador in, see Caron, Sir Noel de, also
-, East India Company, The Dutch (p. 537).
-, States General and the Treaty, 1622 (p. 536).

-, Spanish ambassador in, 196.

-, Articles of peace between Spain and, p. 265.

Erith, 103, 301, 437.

Ersfield, John, p. 224.

Erwin, Sir Jas., servant of Prince Charles, p. 481.

-, Jas., estate of, p. 481.

Essuf Turcke, 410.

Estcourt, Sir Thos., 425.

Europe, 12, p. 13, 40, 116, 203, 204, p. 99, p. 123, 367, pp. 2012, pp. 2078, 382, 392, 399, p. 341, p. 344, 557, p. 362, 565, p. 368, 572, 585, 588, 588. i., p. 391, p. 395.

-, clogged with Indian commodities, 692.

Evans, Adryan, p. 488.

-, Andrew, master's mate in the London, and master of the Anne, p. 136, p. 138, p. 142, p. 149, p. 161, p. 170, p. 232.

-, petitions of, p. 150, p. 175.

-, -, Thos., p. 492.

Evelyn, -, 379, p. 275, 687, 698, p. 466.

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

Exchange, the, 107, p. 123, p. 169, 339, p.204.

Exchange, Royal (ship), the, 34, p. 58, p. 54, 182, pp. 110111, 266, 336, 338, p. 196, p. 202, pp. 2056, 373, 375, 390, 392, 472, 573, 582.

-, value of her cargo, 390.

-, sails from Batavia, 473.

-, arrives in England, 479, 496.

-, unlading of, 510.

-, masters of, see Phillpott, Swanley, Rich., Munden, John.

-, pursers of, see Cartwright, Ralph, Grant, Edward.

-, letters received by, 336, 337, 370, 400.

-, letter dated aboard, 375.

Exeter, Lady, daughter of, see Smith, Mistress.

Expedition, the, 40.

-, about the loss, (wreck) of, p. 29, 98, 205.

Eyans, Thos., auditor to East India Company, 346, 369, p. 227.

-, -, oath taken by, 384.

Eyes, powder for, 226.

Eyre, Eyers or Eyres, Christopher, 103, p. 133, p. 150, 355, 433, p. 267, 463, 517, 665.

-, letters from, 1624: 486, 522, 609, 674.

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