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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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Jacatra, christened by the Dutch Batavia, p., 394, which see.

Jackson, Geo., 134, 271, p., 126.

-, George (a boy), p. 152.

-, Henry, p. 222 (2).

-, Joan, p. 91.

-, John, pp. 4789.

-, -, wife of, p. 478.

-, Joseph, p. 167, 342, pp. 4878.

-, Mary, sister of Geo. Cokayne, 30, 35, pp. 901, 301, pp. 1334, p. 232 (2), p. 248, p. 270, 449, p. 273, 560, 623.

-, -, petitions of, p. 219, p.224, p. 282.

-, -, her differences with East India Company, 471, 493, 660.

-, Robert, his estate, p. 482.

-, -, widow of, p. 482.

-, Thos., p. 483.

-, -, (deceased), p. 156, p. 160, p. 220.

-, -, his children, p. 156, p. 160, p. 220.

-, William, p. 220.

-, -, p. 366.

Jacob, Godfrey, p. 156.

-, Katherine, p. 484, p. 486.

-, -, son of, p. 484, p. 486.

-, Philip, 50.

-, -, Sec. to Lord Treasurer, p. 186, p. 488 (2).

-, -, gratification to, 83.

-, -, his servant, p. 186.

Jacobs, Simon, mayor of the Dutch East India Company.

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

Jacobson, James, p. 226, p. 487.

-, Philip, p. 487.

Jacques, 550.

Jahangeer Paudshawh, see Great Mogul, the.

Jambi (Sumatra), p. 4, pp. 623, 164, p. 99, p. 112, p. 146, p. 148, 336, p. 196, p. 199, pp. 2045, 375.

-, factory in, p. 111, p. 201, p. 251, p. 260.

-, bad and desperate debts in, 228, 265, p. 251, 432, p. 260.

-, -, factors sent to recover, p. 62.

-, -, fear they will dissolve the factory, p. 260.

-, chief factor at, see Staverton, Thos.

-, names of factors at, 352 (703).

-, factors in, 366.

-, -, letter to, 1623: 367.

-, trade at, 54, p. 62, 353, 356, 367, p. 251.

-, the East India Company's affairs almost ruined in, p. 111.

-, pepper from, p. 5, 54, 145, 146, p. 99, 353, 356, p. 251, 432.

-, -, price of, 574.

-, the King of, p. 111, 367, p. 251, 432, p. 260.

-, -, instructions how to trade with, 367, p. 260.

-, -, and Acheen, p. 251, 432, p. 260.

-, -, the Dutch temporize with, p. 251.

-, -, -, no way inclined to assist, 432.

-, -, his ill-dealing, 432.

-, the Dutch in, 432, p. 260.

-, the Dutch principal at, see Vanderdussen, Adrian.

-, -, try to overthrow English trade at, 54, p. 62, 353, 356, 367, p. 251.

-, -, violent proceedings of, 353, 356.

-, -, protest against, 400.

-, junks, directions to seize, p. 260.

-, ships to sail for, and arrived at, 175, 261, pp. 11112, 266, 375.

-, ships from, p. 20, p. 61, p. 251.

-, shortest way for homeward bound ships from, 525.

-, letters dated from, 147, 353, 356.

-, river, p. 21, 336, 390.

-, -, about fortifying in, p. 260.

-, -, ships in, p. 63.

James I., King of England
-, 1622: 2, 13, 28, 29, 38, 57, 59, 69, 80, 96, 103, 107, 109, 119, p. 53, 176, 193.
-, 1623: 234, 241, p. 108, p. 112, 268, 290, 299, p. 137, 317, p. 141, p. 144, 323, 334, p. 179, p. 193, 368, p. 199.
-, 1624: 381, 388, 417, p. 253, p. 256, 429, 431, 436, 442, 444, p. 273, pp. 2756, p. 279, p. 282, 474, 499, 509, 532, 547, 566, 579, 607, 616, pp. 410411, 660, 670, 684, 721.

-, and the treaties with the Dutch about the East Indies, 23, 25, 32, 36, 45, 49, 55, 64, 76, 79, 80, 82, 115, 149, 162, 165, 166, 167, 178, 179, 183, 184, 187, 200222, 231, 405, 474, p. 319, p. 326.

-, greatly deceived by the treaty of 1619, 458.

-, his constant care of the States (of the United Provinces), 486.

-, his affection and grants of men and money to the Prince of Orange and the United Provinces, 475, 535, 631.

-, his gracious usage of the States Ambassadors, 257.

-, audiences to States Ambassadors in his bedchamber, &c., 56, 61, 64, 67, 68, 114, 165, 166, 169, 187, 188.

-, -, to take leave, 200, 244, 246, 247, 258, 262267.

-, favours the rebels (Dutch) to the prejudice of bis own subjects, 114.

-, does not admit the States Ambassadors to audience, 48.

-, protestation and declaration to the States concerning the East India trade, 244, 245, 250, 252, 262, 274, 276, 281.

-, encourages the prosecution of silk trade, 109.

-, well satisfied with the benefit the Kingdom receives from the trade of the East Indies, 381.

-, benefits of East India Company's trade and shipping to, 394, 540.

-, his revenue remarkably increased by East India trade, p. 267.

-, revenue to, from East Indies, see East Indies.

-, encourages East India Company's trade, 510, 511. 1., 543, 560, 561.

-, and his offer to become an adventurer in East India Company, 510, 511. 1., 527, 539, 541, 543, 581, 582, 587, 594, 607.

-, is resolved himself to pursue that trade, 706.

-, love and good respect of, to East India Company, 107.

-, letters received by, from the Great Mogul, 81.

-, and Shah Abbas of Persia, pp.162165, 347, 401, 407, 462, 510, 560, 566, 574, 577, p. 376, 577.

-, and trade with Persia, 330, 401, p. 462.

-, his ships (2) preparing for Persia, p. 466.

-, about the taking of Ormuz, 198, 297, 298, 301, p. 122, p. 124, 303, pp. 1345, 317, 320, 321.

-, profits from Ormuz to be raised to, 360.

-, calls the East India Company pirates, and arrests them in an action for 15,000l., 303, 481.

-, concerning his demands from East India Company for 10,000l. for prizes taken by them, 303, 435, 437, p. 265, p. 270, 445, 4479, 451, pp. 2789, 495, 507.

-, concerning his discharge to East India Company for same, p. 279, p. 280, 470, 471, 481, pp. 2956, 495, 503, 517, 520, 587, 628.

-, recommends East India Company's suit against George Ball to the Star Chamber, 463.

-, and Sir Robt. Sherley's propositions for trade to Persia, 404, 406, 407, 4523, 564, 569572, 580, 681, 683, 706, 709, 716, 720.

-, -, his customs will be yearly increased 500,000l. if he accepts, 570. i.

-, -, East India Company's estimate about 1/11 part of, 571.

-, his command to the East India Company to present 2,000l. in gold to Duchess of Buckingham for the Duke's service, 308310, p. 134.

-, influenced by Lord Digby's treaty in Spain, 127.

-, and the Spanish overtures, 350.

-, Spanish views on the King's dealings with the Dutch in the East Indies, 380.

-, license desired by East India Company to build forts in the Indies from, 388.

-, wishes to borrow 12,000l. of East India Company at 10 per cent, p. 159.

-, and the King of Siam, p. 110.

-, and the King of Socotra, 410.

-, an island (Pulo la Gundie) taken possession of for, p. 379.

-, and the islands of Pooloroon and Lantar, 150, 151.

-, his opinions and proceedings about the Amboyna massacre, 463, 471, 480, 486, 503, 504, 510514, 517, 519, 521, 522, 527, 529, 534, 544, 549, 550, 552, 567, 568, 574, 575, 582, 587, 588, 589, 590, 592, 594, 601, 602. 1., 603, 609, 623, 631, 633, 647, 671, 685, p. 449, 688, 689, 695, 704, 706, pp. 4634, 713, 717, 718. iv., 723.

-, -, East India Company have hope he will do justice in, p. 373.

-, acknowledges Carleton's wise and dexterous pursuit of the Amboyna business, 584, 655.

-, -, hotly complained of, to, 606.

-, -, declares his dislike to the Dutch answer, 607, 614, 635.

-, -, appoints Commissioners to examine into, 607, 608, 609, 614, p. 411, 621.

-, -, East India Company's propositions to, 635. 1.

-, -, conceives it to be so foul he cannot believe it, 463.

-, -, passes it over without interrupting the main business (with the Dutch), 487.

-, -, declares his resolution to right the East India Company, 513, 518, 543, 607, 630.

-, -, takes it to heart, but a "wish he would say less and do more," 524.

-, his displeasure with Sec. Conway, 589.

-, and the seizure of Dutch ships in the Narrow Seas, 518, 541, 543, 566, 584, 629631.

-, -, order of the Commissioners thereon, 620, 625, 629, 631, 634, 638. i. ii., 6489, 6523, 6589, 6646, 680, 6857, pp. 449450, 691, 704, 706, pp. 462464, 718. iv., 723.

-, -, the States letter to, for delay, 535.

-, -, his remarks upon, 628.

-, -, lets four ships pass, 602.

-, -, 10 or 12 of his ships making ready, 651.

-, -, the States have little fear it will take effect, 691.

-, -, the States under great obligations to, 647.

-, East India Company resolve to present their humble thanks to, p. 464, 710, p. 466.

-, letters from
-, 1622: 153, 166, 188.
-, 1624: 412.

-, commissions from, 155, 191.

-, -, to hear Lady Dale's business in Parliament, pp. 2778.

-, order of, 150.

-, proclamation of, 170.

-, a fictitious speech of, 31.

-, warrant of, 724, 726.

-, letters, memorials, and petitions to
-, 1622: 25, 83, 92, 94, 165, 167, 178. 187, 214.
-, 1623: 244, 245, 286, 301, p. 160, p. 174.
-, 1624: 452, p. 279, 482, 497, 535, 695. i., 699, 713.

-, scornfull words spoken of, 207.

-, infirmity in his foot, 45, 187.

-, his powder and powder mills, 723, 724, 726.

-, ships, p. 124, p. 278.

-, -, East India Company pay 1,000l. for victuals for, p. 265.

-, spices for bis Majesty's house, 379.

-, Comptroller of the House of, see Suckling, Sir John.

-, Jeweller to, see Herriott, George.

-, Lord Steward of the house of, p. 265.

James, Edwin, 92.

-, Giles, factor at Surat, p. 133, 347, 351.

-, letters from
-, 1622: 84.
-, 1624: 419.

-, -, in prison, at Surat, 438.

James, the Royal, or Great James, p. 4, p. 20, 54, p. 29, 92, 98, 103, 107, 111, 175, 225, 261, pp. 1224, 317, p. 143, p. 153, p. 160, 333, p. 171, 335, 345, p. 200, 381, 398, 403, 677.

-, payment for, "drunk up" 40,000l., 74.

-, to be made ready to sail for East Indies, p. 143.

-, said to be rotten, p. 153.

-, reported not fit to put to sea, p. 175.

-, found every way sufficient, p. 176.

-, outward bound, 348, 409, 418, p. 253, 435, p. 265.

-, master of, see Swanley, Richard.

-, pursers of, see Thornborough, Thos.; Wheatley, Henry.

-, purser's mate of, see Colly, Allen.

-, gunners of, petition of, p. 224.

James, the Lesser, see Little James.

Janssen, Wil, one of the Dutch Council of Defence, 238.

Japan, p. 62, 174, 261, p. 109, p. 112, p. 205, p. 486.

-, names of factors in, 352 (703).

-, factors in, 366, p. 207.

-, -, all left, p. 250.

-, goshoon for free traffic in, given up, p. 130.

-, factories in, p. 111, p. 200.

-, excessive charges in, 265.

-, proposal to dissolve unprofitable factories in, 55, p. 128.

-, orders about leaving the factories in, p. 62, 146, p. 110, 265, 306, p. 200.

-, -, given two years since, p. 250.

-, factories dissolved, p. 205, p. 250.

-, great debts outstanding in, 265, p. 250.

-, great confusion in accounts in, p. 250.

-, Coen's opinion on profits of trade to, p. 99.

-, particulars of sales of goods in, 146.

-, loss of ship richly laden with commodities for, p. 128.

-, the English commanders in, p. 167.

-, Emperor of, see Shongo Same.

-, the Kings of, p. 200.

-, Lords of the Council of, p. 128.

-, -, letter to, 1623: p. 128.

-, nobility of, presents for, 175, 223, pp. 129130.

-, the Chinese in.

-, -, friends to the English, 146.

-, -, in danger of losing their lives, 146.

-, -, permission to trade in, 223.

-, the Dutch in, 223, 243, p. 203.

-, -, send ships to, 146, 175.

-, -, Cocks' opinion that their conduct will cause both English and Dutch to be driven out of, 146.

-, -, spoken ill of, 223.

-, -, about trade in, pp. 9899.

-, -, often found stealing goods, p. 250.

-, -, chief factor of, see Newrode, Capt. Cornelius.

-, the Spaniards and Portuguese in.

-, -, imprisoned, 146.

-, gold and silver to be coined, 723.

- silver, 367, p. 206.

-, plate, p. 203.

-, ships from, p. 250.

-, see also Coraets, Firando, Fisien, Miako, Nangasaki, Osaka, Shashma, Tsoucketgo, Yedo.

Japanese, the, p. 54.

-, put to death for harbouring friars, 146.

-, (in the Hollanders service), executed, 146.

-, often found stealing goods from the English factory, p. 250.

-, and the Amboyna massacre, p. 193, pp. 2089, 460 I., 461, 466, 485, p. 304, pp. 3067, pp. 317318, pp. 341 343, 548, 549, 586, pp. 3923, 661. II.

-, -, concerned in the, to have each 1,000 ryals, p. 343.

-, apprehended, examined, and cruelly tortured by the Dutch, p. 307, pp. 312 3, pp. 317318, pp. 344347, 585, p. 392, p. 396, 684. i.

-, brought into the great hall of the castle of Amboyna and solemnly condemned to death, p. 311.

-, show their tortured bodies to the English who they upbraid, p. 313.

-, names of the nine executed, p. 315.

-, names of their judges, 611613.

Japara (Java), p. 21, p. 62, p. 99, 304, p. 201.

-, names of factors at, 352, (703).

-, factory in, p. 111.

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

-, ships at, p. 111, 266.

-, wax from, p. 196.

Jaquin, Bartholemew, 358.

Jarmyn, John, p. 486.

Jarrard, see Jerrard, Rich.

Jarrett, -, 665.

Jask (Persia), p. 5, 103, p. 137, 323, 347.

Java, p. 5, 84, 138, 143, 145, 293, 294.

-, the Dutch in, p. 101.

-, -, claim sovereignty in, 36.

-, prows, 125, p. 378.

-, see also
-, Bantam;
-, Batavia;
-, Cheribon;
-, Gressic;
-, Jacatra;
-, Japara;
-, Tinegapatan.

Javas, the, p. 20, 272, p. 207, p. 378.

Jay, John, p. 167.

Jaye, John, p. 156.

Jeames, -, p. 126.

Jefferies, Robt., estate of, p. 164, 335, p. 222.

-, -, brother of, 335.

-, Ann, pp. 479480.

-, or Jeffreys, -, 105, 301.

Jeffery, Ann, p. 91.

Jehangeer, Pawdshah, see Great Mogul, the.

Jeninges, Thos., p. 491.

Jenkins, Samuel, p. 221, p. 225.

-, Anne, wife of, p. 221, p. 225.

Jeronimo, Thos. (deceased), p. 223, p. 481.

-, Helen, widow of (a Moor), p. 223 p. 481.

Jerrard, Rich., 30, 35, 46, 50.

Jesson, Randall, master of the Coaster, p. 92, pp. 2223, 390, 426, p. 260.

Jesuits, 75.

-, founder of the Order of, see Ignatius.

Jewels, 18, 29, 35, 38, 59, 81, 107, 317, p. 164, 341, 347, 359, p. 231, p. 254, 471, 657, 660, p. 462.

-, sale of, 230.

-, given as presents, 639, 643.

-, taken prize, 446; see also Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Rubies.

Jewelled cup, p. 462 (2).

Jewellers, 660; see also Bishop, -, Tyon, -.

Jezebel, p. 398.

Joachimi of Zealand, see Liens of Tholen, Joachim.

Johnson, Gideon, p. 109.

-, -, Susan, widow of, p. 220.

-, -, his wages, p. 220.

-, John, master of the Rose, 105, p. 143, p. 156, pp. 1601, 335, 393.

-, -, petition of, p. 221.

-, -, his death, p. 204.

-, -, his estate, p. 483.

-, -, wife of, 105.

-, -, Eliz., petition of (widow of), p. 488.

-, Marie, 362.

-, Ottwell (deceased), p. 485.

-, Mary, widow of, pp. 4845.

-, Peter (Dutch merchant), p. 313.

-, Alderman, Robert, p. 225.

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

-, Robert, chief at Jambi, p. 4, 123, p. 62, 173, 255, p. 108, p. 111, p. 148, 352, pp. 1967, p. 199, 517, 677.

-, -, letter from, 1622: 147.

-, -, his abrupt departure from Jambi, 432.

-, chief at Jambi.

-, -, protests of, 353, 356.

-, -, letters to, 1623: 338, 367.

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

-, -, returns to England, p. 205, p. 251.

-, -, ill health of, p. 251.

-, Thomas, 53, p. 221, 436.

-, -, grossly treated by the Dutch, 47.

-, -, letters from, 1622: 4, 19, 33, 57.

-, -, deceased, 352.

-, Thos., purser of the Lion, 700, 712.

-, -, petition of, p. 484.

-, -, (haberdasher), petitions of, 483, 513. i.

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

-, Timothy, assistant surgeon, Amboyna, son of Thos. (haberdasher), 483, p. 306, p. 393, pp. 3967, p. 447.

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

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

-, -, condemned to death, p. 311.

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

-, -, executed, p. 315.

-, -, his estate, 483.

-, Thumis (a Dutch merchant), p. 308, p. 311, 544.

-, -, is determined to come home next year (1625), 544.

-, Admiral William, 70.

-, -, master of the Eagle, p. 179, p. 253.

-, -, 351.

-, -, p. 205.

-, old Mr. and wife, 375.

Jonas, the, p. 110, 266, pp. 1267, p. 133, 314, p. 141, pp. 148150, p. 153, 329, 333, p. 175, 345, 368, 371, 3734, p. 222, p. 239, p. 253, p. 479.

-, outward bound, 348, p. 253, p. 255, p. 265.

-, to be unladen, p. 126, 311.

-, her men to be paid, p. 137.

-, arrives in England, p. 123, 323.

-, estimate for repairing, p. 153.

-, masters of, see Archbell, Thos.; Weddall, John; Clevenger, Chas.

-, purser of, see Smith, Robt.

-, mates of, see Beane, John; Taylor, Wm.; Wheatley, Geo.; Gelly, David.

-, steward of, see Miller, Stephen.

-, gunner of, see Bonner, John.

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

-, arrives in England (1626), p. 251.

-, -, in India (1624), 676.

-, letter dated abroad, 677.

Jones, Alice, p. 219.

-, -, husband of, p. 219.

-, Morris, p. 126, p. 144.

-, Richard, p. 91.

-, -, wife of, p. 91.

-, Robt., 698.

-, Thos., 18, 24, 87, 90, 98, 103, p. 91, p. 108.

-, William, 345, pp. 4789.

-, Mr. Justice, 477.

Jonson, Van Zeut, Peter, see Van Santen, Pieter.

Jonsone, John, letter from, 1622: 42.

Joseph, Benjamin, slain, 291.

Joste, or Jooste, John, 91, p. 306, p. 310.

-, Perera, wife of, 91.

Jourdain, Charles, 362.

-, Capt. John (deceased), 362.

-, -, funeral expenses of, 46.

-, -, estate of, 50, 83, p. 175, 342, p. 486.

-, -, widow of, p. 486.

-, John, junr. (Patani), p. 111, 265, 352.

Joyce, Thos., purser's mate in the Lion, 607, 698.

-, -, petition of, p. 482.

Judda, 438.

-, junks, p. 64.

-, -, value of, 438.

Julfalines (natives of Julfa), 440, 577.

Jumper, Stephen, steward's mate in the London, 646, 698.

-, -, petition of, p. 483.

Justices of the Peace (law books), p. 466; see Crompton, Lambard.

Juxon, John, p. 492.

Jynning, Robert, p. 223.

K.

Kalckboat, the Spanish frigate, 120.

Kaly, Christopher, 492.

Kasbin (Persia), p. 163.

Kay, Robert, p. 492.

Keeble, Thos., p. 482.

Keeleson, Thos., p. 222.

Keeling, Capt. Wm., 286, 328.

-, John, p. 296, 643.

-, -, petition of, p. 486.

Keightley, Thos., 300, p. 153, p. 226, 400, 492, p. 488.

-, -, letter to, 1624: 392.

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

Kemp, Ann, p. 223.

-, Sir Nicholas, p. 488.

Kempe, Richard, p. 483.

-, -, 134.

Kendall, Robt., p. 91.

-, -, wife of, see Thompson, Susan.

Kendall, Wm., p. 109, p. 152, p. 224, p. 268, p. 273, pp. 4789 (2).

Kenrick, -, 35, 38.

Kennecott, Gabriel, p. 381.

Kepp, John, pp. 2256.

Kerby, Jeffery, 87, 92, 103, p. 93, p. 166, p. 266, 449, 621.

-, -, to be suspended from East India Company's service, 103.

-, -, suit between Decrow and, 13, p. 160, 477.

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

-, Wm., p. 220.

Keridge, or Kerridge, Thos., President at Surat, 107, pp. 634, p. 136, p. 150, p. 154, p. 158, p. 186, 388, pp. 2312, 435, p. 451, p. 462.

-, -, articles of Ormuz signed by, 10.

-, -, arrives in England, 103.

-, -, about his returning to India and wages, p. 218, p. 227.

-, -, agreement to serve the East India Company there, p. 227, 384.

-, -, articles between the East India Company and, 388, pp. 2323.

-, -, to have priority of Thos. Rastell at Surat, pp. 2323.

-, -, to have the great cabin in the Jonas, p. 239, 404.

-, -, concerning interest on his wages in the East India Company's hands, 413, p. 253, p. 255.

-, -, letter from, 1624: 677.

-, -, petition of, p. 478.

Kerka, 341.

Kerseboom, Clement, one of the Amboyna judges, 611613.

Kerseys, 157, 369, p. 376; see also Cloth.

Keyes, John, 351.

Keymas worga, brother to the Pengran of Bantam, p. 146.

Keymore Jewboydono, p. 131.

Kharrum, Prince of Surat, 84, 341.

Kildare, Countess of, 358.

Killigrew, Sir Robt., Capt. of Pendennis Castle, letter to, 1624: 648.

Killmar (Ireland), 41.

King, Ann, sister to Henry Patteson, p. 124.

-, Capt., one of the six masters of his Majesty's navy, p. 280.

-, Richard, p. 379.

Kingsmell, Augustin, p. 223.

Kingston, John, purser and steward of the Swallow, 539.

-, -, petitions of, p. 223, p. 480.

Kirby, Geoffrey, see Kerby, Jeffery.

Kirkham, -, consul at Aleppo, pp. 1367, p. 162, p. 165, 449.

Kirkwoode, Elias (deceased), pp. 2212.

-, -, Alice, widow of, pp. 2212.

Kismh, Kisme, or Kishme, castle and fort of, 113, p. 164, 339, p. 287, 698.

Kitchen, or Kitchin, Wm., surgeon of the Lion, 324, p. 153, p. 166.

-, -, petitions of, 347, p. 220 (2).

Kitwood, Elias (deceased), p. 479.

Knight, Alice, 362, p. 221, p. 479.

Knightly, Wm., p. 223, p. 224.

Knives, 38, 226, p. 233, p. 287, 577, p. 377, p. 442.

Knolles, Henry, a servant of Prince Charles, p. 462.

Knollis, Sir Robt., p. 478.

Kynnersley, Henry, p. 491.