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Pages 580-588

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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S.

Sabaco or Sabacoare, 357, 579.

-, the Dutch in, 579, p. 378.

Sabowa, 1, 86, 102.

-, fortifications at, 47.

Sack, 85.

Sackville, Sir Edward, 300.

Sacoute, a Japanese at Amboyna, p. 315.

Sade Sheckaune, 410.

Sadler, John, p. 305.

-, taken by the Dutch in irons to Amboyna, p. 305.

-, examined and acquitted, pp. 310311, p. 313.

-, Nicholas, p. 92.

-, Elizabeth, wife of, p. 92.

Saffron, p. 224, p. 268, 441, p. 478.

Sails, 46, 50, pp. 1767.

St. Albans, Lord Viscount, see Bacon, Sir Francis.

St. George, the, seizure of, 547.

St. Helena, 316, 472, 473.

St. Helens, see Great St. Helens.

St. Katherines, prison of, 304, p. 133, p. 149, p. 219.

St. Lawrence, Isle of, 41, 676.

-, the King of, 41.

St. Martin's Lane, letters dated from, 23, 45 108, 116, 160, 162, 281, 298, 315, 332.

St. Mary Axe, p. 450.

-, churchwardens of, 439.

-, East India Company's warehouse at, 439.

-, chapel in, p. 450.

St. Paul's School, master of, see Gill, Alexander.

Sakers (Cannon), p. 138.

Salbanke, Joseph, 373.

Saldanha Bay, 44, 122, 142, 316, 368.

-, ships arrived at, 111, 473, 677.

-, murders committed by savages at, 44, 142.

Saldanians, the, 676.

-, trade with, 676.

Salisbury, p. 134.

-, letter dated from, 312.

Sallamat, a slave, 53, 57.

Salmatte, 102.

Salmon, -, 74.

-, Robt., son of, 15, 50, 74.

-, petition of, 285.

-, wife of (widow of Capt. Bonner), 50, p. 142, 384, p. 238, p. 278.

-, -, petition of, 285.

-, -, concerning her Bill exhibited in Parliament against East India Company, p. 265, p. 282, 667, 670, 698, 700, 710, 712.

Saltbanke, see Salbanke, Joseph.

Saltpetre, p. 202, 646, 687, 698, p. 466, 723.

-, a digger of, see Thornehill, Edward.

Sambrooke, Jeremy, p. 170, p. 176, p. 180, 345, 365.

-, petitions of, p. 225, p. 485.

-, fees allowed to, p. 411.

Sampall, Richard, p. 224.

Samphire, 130.

Sampson, David, p. 485.

-, Robt. to be released from prison, 103.

Sampson, the, p. 4, 40, p. 28, p. 29, 103, 145, 517, p. 481.

-, purser of, see Perry, John.

Sanderson, Thos. (purser), 494.

-, letter from, 1624: 455.

Sana, King or Bashaw of, 616, 639.

Sandal wood, 266, p. 164.

Sandcroft, Francis, p. 223, 441.

-, -, suit between John Ball and, p. 269.

-, John (deceased), estate of, p. 223, p. 269.

-, William, p. 223, 441.

-, -, suit between John Ball and, p. 269.

Sanders, Carew, p. 93.

Sandwich, p. 482, p. 484.

Sandy, Win., p. 134.

Sandys, Sir Edwin, one of the committee for trade, 300, p. 269, 646, 650.

Sangrora (Siam), p. 99. p. 146, pp. 1934, p..198.

-, Dutch exclude English from trade at, 597. I.

-, King of, 26.

-, pepper from, p. 5.

Sanguis Draconis, p. 202.

Sansamondono, p. 131.

Sares, Rachel, p. 484.

Sargeant, Robt., p. 151.

Saris, John, p. 93.

Sarney, Edward, chief at Indraghiri, p. 111.

-, -, letter to, 1622: 147.

-, -, death of, p. 111.

Sashes, p. 165.

Satins, 50, pp. 129130, p. 161, 560, 706.

-, crimson, green, yellow, &c., 345, p. 227, 566, 636, p. 442.

Saunders, Benjamin, p. 479.

-, - (deceased), p. 220.

-, Margaret, widow of, pp. 2201, p. 483 (2).

Saxson (? Saxton), letter dated from, 683.

Sayer, Edmund, 163, 175, 223, p. 110, 352.

-, -, commission from, p. 131.

-, -, consultations signed by, pp. 128131.

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

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

Schellinger, H., Mayor of the Dutch East India Company, letter from, 1624: 561. i.

Schiedam, the (Dutch ship), 411.

Scilly Islands, the, 316.

Scinde, 347.

-, free trade granted in, 341.

-, the Portugals seated at the mouth of the river of, 347.

Schonewalle, Sieur de, death of, 714.

Scott, George, p. 93.

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

-, Jane, widow, p. 222.

-, -, mate of the Anne, p. 21.

Scout, the, p. 238, 977.

-, arrives in India, 676.

Scudamore, Edward, 352.

Seager, Edward, p. 160, p. 231, p. 280, 582.

Seahorse, see Morse.

Seale, Robt., p. 481.

-, Katherine, wife of, p. 481.

Seamayne, George, estate of, p. 480.

Searle, Henry, p. 221.

-, Helen, wife of, p. 221.

Seeds, proclamation about, 170.

Selby, George, p. 91.

-, Maudelin, widow of, p. 91, 362, p. 486.

-, John, pp. 4845.

-, Joane, wife of, pp. 4845.

Sellabar, p. 381.

Selor, see Solor.

Semidono, -, p. 180.

-, debts of, p. 131.

Semper, -, 398.

Seram, see Ceram.

Sewster, Edward, p. 492.

Sharrock, Geo., see Sherricke, Geo.

Shashma (Japan), friars in disguise as merchants taken prisoners at, 146.

Sheep, 676.

Sheere, Arthur, 459, p. 282, 670, p. 483.

-, petition signed by, p. 491.

Sheering, Elizabeth, p. 483.

-, her brother, see Mitchell, Edmund.

Shefeodono, p. 131.

Shell, Wm., estate of, p. 481, p. 483.

Shemada Jeboydono, p. 129.

-, -, presents for.

Sherburne, Edward, secretary to the East India Company, 507.

Sherley, Jas., p. 492.

-, Sir Robert, Ambassador from the Shah of Persia, 59, 389, 401, 404, 406, p. 249, 510.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 417, 452, 453, 564, 570, 580, 626, 683.

-, -, his propositions about the Persian trade, to King James, in the name of Shah Abbas, 407, 408, 562, 564, 569 572.

-, -, -, read at a court of East India Company, and opinion thereon, p. 249, 554, 560, 566, 626, 634, 681, 702, 706, 716.

-, -, his expenses in England, 402, 404.

-, -, his Persian wife, 59, 389.

-, -, grant of allowances of 30l. and 40l. a week to, 427, 506.

-, -, his house on Tower Hill, 564.

Sherricke, or Sherrocke, George, p. 207, 375, p. 305, p. 396, 684, p. 447.

-, -, taken by the Dutch in irons to Amboyna, p. 305.

-, -, examined, pp. 3089.

-, -, craves forgiveness of John Clarke for accusing him under torture, p. 314.

-, -, pardoned and saved, p. 314, p. 316.

-, -, petitions East India Company, 503, 510, 700.

-, -, has served the East India Company nine years, 510.

-, -, gratification to, 510.

-, -, imprisoned by command of Welden, 554.

-, -, entertained purser's mate of the London, 607, 643.

-, -, whether he be allowed to go, 680.

-, -, allowed 10s. a week, 708.

Sherrington, -, 345, p. 238, p. 242.

Sherrock, Edward, p. 478.

Sherrocke, George, see Sherricke, George.

Sherwood, -, p. 91.

-, Margaret, wife of, p. 91.

Shesh, Thos., p. 220.

Shilling, Capt., 682.

Ships wrecked, see
-, Endracht, the.
-, Expedition, the.
-, Trial, the.
-, Unity, the.
-, Whale, the.

Shipton, Thos., p. 492.

Shlraz, p. 162.

-, governor of, p. 233.

-, Khan of, pp. 1615, p. 287, 711.

-, -, builds a castle at Gombroon, p. 287.

-, -, buys the English ship Primrose for 400 tomans (about 1,330l.) 372, 373, 711.

-, Mint master at, p. 163.

Shirts, p. 166.

Shirwan, 226.

Shongo Same, Emperor of Japan, 70, 163, 306, pp. 128130.

-, presents for, 146, 175, 223, p. 99, pp. 1289.

-, -, given to, p. 129.

-, a mortal enemy to Christians, especially Papistical Christians, 146.

-, conspiracy against, 223.

-, -, his brethren suspected of, 223.

-, his Council, 175, 223, p. 130.

-, -, presents for, pp. 129130.

-, his secretary, see Owendono.

Short, Henry, 99, 290, 352, p. 379, p. 485.

-, Sarah, wife of, p. 485.

Shorting, John, p. 221 (2).

-, Alice, wife of, p. 221 (2).

Shot, price of, 66, p. 207.

-, 3,000 lbs. wastefully spent at a feast, p. 207.

Shukar, or Suker, Jeremy, 30.

Showmakar, Robin, 375.

Shute, -, 384.

Siam, p. 62, 146, p. 99, p. 112, 265, p. 198, pp. 2056, p. 251.

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

-, factory in, p. 111, 366.

-, concerning trade in, p. 110.

-, factory to be dissolved at, p. 5, p. 110, p. 200.

- -, dissolved, p. 205.

-, King of, p. 62, p. 110.

- -, two of his gentlemen bring letter and present to King James, p. 110.)

- -, presents for, p. 111.

-, the Dutch persuade the great men to put Edw. Long to death at, p. 209.

-, ships at, p. 63.

Signet, clerk of the, warrant to, 427.

Sicily, 156.

Silan, p. 98.

Silk, 26, 109, 156, 225, 226, 229, p. 109, pp. 12930, p. 137, 323, p. 157, pp. 162 4, p. 174, p. 180, 369, 3723, p. 233, p. 246, 418, p. 255, 460, p. 287, 546, 616, 621, 673, 682, 692, 708, p. 483.

-, trade of, encouraged by King James, 109.

-, about taking out dividends in, 616.

-, Bengala, p. 140.

-, Persian, 14, 51, 156, 407, p. 256, 449, 510, 554, 560, 566, 572, p. 377, 681, p. 451, 702, 706, 711, 716.

-, -, annual yield of, 347, 571.

-, -, where it is sold, 716.

-, -, proposal that four of the King's old pinnaces be sold for, 572.

-, -, about price of, p. 256, 577.

-, -, commissioners to contract for, 577.

-, raw, 553. i.

-, about price of, 107, 223, p. 138, p. 143, p. 163, p. 165, p. 186, 363, 409, 413, p. 254, p. 376, p. 410.

-, -, risen 25 per cent. in Italy, 409.

-, -, fixed, 587.

-, 21s. per lb. offered by the Dutch for the English company's, 369.

-, money to be raised upon the company's, p. 154.

-, contractors for, p. 266, 441, p. 270.

-, about purchase and sale of, 333, 413, p. 248.

-, expectation of good quantities from Turkey and Muscovy, p. 138.

-, the Dutch trade in, p. 288.

-, yearly value of, imported by East India Company, 425.

-, pays no impost, 314.

-, yearly value of customs on, 716.

-, taken prize and stolen, 422, 577.

-, loss of the Whale, laden with, 463, 466; see also Ardas silk, Legee silk, Taffetas.

-, loss at sea of 400 bales of, 479, 485, 492.

-, throwsters, 125.

Sief Chaun, the Hon., 295.

Sill, Henry, 352, p. 206, p. 216.

-, letter to, 1623: 375.

Silver, 317.

-, ships from New Spain, see New Spain.

-, scarcity of, 156159.

-, from Japan to be coined, 723.

-, taken prize, 422, 446; see also Bullion, Plate.

Simpson, John, p. 480.

Sinan, see Sana.

Sinda, see Scinde.

Singleton, Francis, 50, 83, p. 91.

-, Thomas (deceased).

- -, estate of, 50, 83, p. 91.

-, William, 50, 83, p. 91, p. 485.

Singora, see Sangora.

Skinner or Skynner, 35, p. 31.

-, instructed by the East India Company to set down some relation of the truth of the Amboyna massacre from Ric. Welden, p. 295.

-, the "Narration" compiled by, 521, 643.

-, the reply to the mayor's remonstrance conceived by, p. 466.

Skunst, Barth., 353.

Skynner, -, see Skinner.

Slade, James, master of the Discovery, 2, 29, p. 110.

-, -, letter from, 1623: 266.

-, John, 329, p. 161.

-, Mathew, 641.

- -, letter from, 1622: 63.

- -, wife of (deceased), 641.

Slany, Humphrey.

- -, letter from, 1624: 397.

Slatter, John, p. 152.

Slavery and slaves, 5, 10, 85, 99, p. 53, 140, 182, 193, 236, 243, 266, 317, p. 196, .399, p. 340, p. 342, 554, 560.

-, purchase of, 47, pp. 9899.

-, wages paid to, 272.

-, Netherland captain of, pp. 3434, p. 396.

-, accidentally shot, p. 150.

-, the Dutch wont allow English to sell, 364; see also Moore, Ralph; Sallamat, -.

Slow, -, p. 222.

Smelt, John (deceased), p. 63.

-, -, his debts, p. 199.

-, -, his brothers (deceased), p. 200.

Smethwike, Thos., p. 492.

Smith, Edward, pp. 4789.

- -, wife of, p. 478.

-, Elias, p. 92.

-, Francis, 358.

-, George, p. 90, p. 174, p. 222.

-, Henry, p. 220.

-, -, Margaret, wife of, p. 220.

-, Humphrey, 573.

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

- -, petition signed by, p. 491.

-, John, p. 222, p. 487.

-, Lewis, p. 21, 301.

-, Sir Richard, 333, p. 269.

-, Richard (deceased), pp. 2212.

-, Robt., purser of the Jonas, 182, p. 141, pp. 158160, 333, 351, 363, 374.

- -, wages of, 351, 376.

-, Robert, p. 226.

-, Roger, p. 91, p. 219.

- -, Anne, widow of, p. 91, p. 219.

-, Simon, p. 492.

-, William, pp. 4812.

- -, Mary, widow of, p. 4812.

- or Smyth, Sir Wm.

- -, sons (5) and daughters (2) of, 71, p. 170.

- -, estate of, p. 170.

-, Zachary, p. 485.

-, Mistress, daughter of Lady Exeter, 267.

Smitheck, Thos., 24, 81, 83, 301.

- -, petition of, p. 480.

Smyth, Jonathan, p. 485.

-, Thos., p. 485.

Smythe, Ro., p. 492.

-, Thos., p. 491.

-, Sir Thos., 105, p. 93, p. 141, pp. 174 5, 409, 412, p. 249, 418, p. 255, p.273, p. 276, 527, 536, p. 411, p. 466.

- -, letters from
-, 1623: 296.
-, 1624: 720.

- -, letters to
-, 1622: 39, 146.
-, 1624: 444, 694, 702, 709.

Sneering, Nicholas, p. 155.

Snell, Christopher, p. 224.

Snelling, Charles, 536.

Snow, Thos., p. 222.

Soames, Thos., p. 492.

Soane, "the city's farmer of Buttall wharf, 335, p. 239, 403.

Socotra, Island of, 286.

-, King of, see Amer Ben Said.

Sogosino, a "Polonian," p. 148.

Solamme, 193.

Solomon, the, 40, p. 29, 291.

-, a wreck, p. 202.

Solor, Island of, p. 100.

-, fortifications in, p. 98.

Somersdike, Lord of, see Aerssen Francois, D'.

Somersetshire, 335.

Sommers, Geo., 11.

Sommerson, -, p. 170.

Sonck, Martin, Dutch, Governor in the Bandas, p. 98, p. 208, 391.

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

Sone, Thos., p. 491.

Sophy of Persia, the, see Abbas Mirza.

South Seas, the, 54.

Southerne, Alice, p. 220.

-, -, son of, p. 220.

Southwark, 300.

Southwell, Lady, daughter of, p. 126.

Southworth, Symon, p. 486.

Soyemondono, p. 131

Soysimo, a Japanese, tortured by the Dutch at Amboyna, p. 315.

Spa, the, 530.

Spain, 174, 317, 350, 404, 451, p. 326, p. 344, 584, 612, 695.

-, concerning free trade between England and, 467.

-, against importing tobacco from, 159.

-, articles of peace between England and, p. 265, 467.

-, treaty with, 127, 132, 135, 257.

-, King of, see Philip IV., King of Spain.

-, Infanta of, demonstration of joy at breaking off the match with, 317.

-, Lords of the Junta of, 248.

-, -, Ambassadors of, 332.

-, -, -, complaint of, p. 296; see also
-, Ormuz.
-, Ynojosa, Marquis de La.
-, Colonna, Don Carlos.

Spaniards, the, 149, p. 235, p. 341, p. 895.

Spaldinge, Aug., one of the Council of Defence, 152, 225, 238, p. 152, p. 160, p. 167, p. 181, pp. 2056, 375, p. 231, 510, p. 372, 587, p. 482 (2).

-, -, letter from, 1623: 367.

-, -, petition of, 573.

-, -, examination of, 560.

-, -, his private trade, 560, 566, p. 372, 582, 587.

-, -, to pay a fine of 1,000l., 582.

-, -, abated, 587.

-, -, charges against, 225, p. 126, pp. 1678, 366, 525, 554.

-, -, motion to end all by arbitration, 566, p. 372.

-, -, action in the Admiralty entered against, 566, 573.

-, -, his salary 200l. per annum, p. 372.

-, -, sick and wishes to return home, 225, 366.

-, -, his estate, 342.

-, -, his wife and family, 225.

-, -, his brother in law, see Crooke, Dr.

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

Spangles, 11, 134, 138, p. 62.

Spaniels (dogs), 226, p. 287, 577, p. 377.

Spanish saints, canonization of, 75.

-, Armada, 273.

-, iron, see Iron.

Spectacles, 577.

Specx, Jacques, one of the Council of Defence, (Speck, Capt.), 98, 238.

Spence, Geo., killed in a duel, 99.

Spencer, Adam, p. 492.

Speult, see Van Speult, Herman.

Spice Islands, see
-, Amboyna.
-, Bandas, The.
-, Lantar.
-, Moluccas, &c.

Spicery, the Prince's servant of the, p. 462.

Spices, 43, 111, p. 53, p. 54, p. 64, 156, 238, p. 108, p. 165, p. 179, 370, 390, p. 235, 399, 541, 692.

-, agreement with the Dutch about division of, p. 62, p. 208.

-, price of, 156, 370.

-, better cheap in England than from the Dutch in the Indies, p. 209, 391.

-, proclamation about, 170.

-, about managing the trade of, 237.

-, presents to East India Company of, pp. 159160, 351.

-, for the King's house, 379.

-, the King's impost on 2,000l. per ann., 379.

-, now bought cheap in the Indies, p. 267.

-, brought into Persia, 440.

-, the Lord Mayor to have, 665.

-, see also
-, Cloves;
-, Nutmegs;
-, Amboyna;
-, Moluccas;
-, Mace;
-, Pepper;
-, Lantar;
-, Pooloroon.

Spikenard, 553. i., 640.

Spottis, surgeon, p. 109.

Spragge, Thos. (deceased), p. 204, 636.

Sprake, Thos., see Spragge, Thos.

Spurgeon, Mathew, p. 156, p. 480.

-, Margaret, his wife, p. 156, p. 480.

Spurstowe, William, p. 226.

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

Spy, the, p. 196, p. 238.

-, arrives in India, 676.

Squyer, Ro., p. 492.

Stacy, John, his estate, p. 479.

-, Robert, p. 158, p. 222.

Stamp, Joane, p. 223.

Stanbridge, John, p. 156.

Stanley, Ann, p. 223.

Star, the, p. 4, 40, p. 20, p. 21, 44, 54, p. 29, 221, p. 122, p. 143, p. 153, p. 174, p. 200, p. 202, p. 238, p. 253, p. 479.

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

-, outward bound, 348, 404, p. 253, p. 265.

-, arrives in India, 676.

-, masters of, see
-, Browne, Arnold.
-, Roe, Capt.

-, mate of, see Carter.

-, pursers of, see
-, Booth, John.
-, White, Daniel.

-, stewards of, see
-, Cooper, Francis.
-, Fall, Wm.

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

Star Chamber, 301, pp. 1223.

-, -, suits and proceedings in, 41, 90, p. 133, p. 148, p. 170, 351, p. 232, 393, p. 248, p. 255, 435, p. 266, p. 273, p. 276, p. 279, 463, 471, 477, 650, 670

-, -, examiner and clerk in, p. 255.

Starr, Marian, p. 90.

-, her husband, p. 90.

-, Richard, p. 491.

-, Walter, p. 219.

Startupp, Edward (deceased), p. 219.

-, Rebecca, widow of, p. 219.

States General, the, 234, p. 108, p. 319, 532, pp. 3623, 579, 594, p. 396, 616, p. 410, 629, 631, 658, 659.

-, president of, see Gulenburgh, count of.

-, ambassadors from, 548; see also
-, Aerssen, François d'.
-, Joachimi, Albert.

-, -, return to the Hague and make a thankful report in the Assembly of, of their treatment in England, 487.

-, secret resolutions of, 671.

-, resolutions of, 15.

-, complaint of songs against, p. 28.

-, and their proceedings respecting the Amboyna massacre, 504, 505, 515, 519, 521, 528, 529, 534, 537, 544, 547, 550, 552, 553, 555, 567, 575, 584, 588, 597, 600, 603, 604, 606, 615, 624, 629, 633, 637, 641, 642, 644, 649, 661, 668, 669, 674, 678, 679, 685, 691, 693, 695, 701, 706, 707, pp. 463464, 717, 718, 718. i., 719, 723.

-, a round letter by the King, requiring justice from, written to, 510.

-, promise to call to a strict account all who had a hand in, 519.

-, assembly of, 486, 553, 588, 593, 6323, 663.

-, -, ambassador Carleton's propositions, made in the, 548.

-, -, English relation of Amboyna read before the, 551.

-, do not defend their men's actions, 549.

-, request patience and time for translating and collating their papers, 549.

-, the constitution of their State, the cause of their delays, 549, 551, 597, p. 464.

-, deliberating how to proceed roundly in the matter, 552.

-, the Bewinthebbers report their account of the Amboyna conspiracy to, 505, 520.

-, -, some corrupted by the, 661.

-, -, authority for Amboyna massacre acknowledged to be derived from, p. 317.

-, -, their clerks supposed to be authors of the Dutch libel of the Amboyna conspiracy, 538, 551.

-, committee of the chief towns in Holland appointed to consider the whole business, by, 588.

-, declaration of, touching the fact, 567. i., 587.

-, memorials of the English ambassadors in reply to, 567. ii., iii., 582, 597. i.

-, slackness and generality in, 584.

-, the King little pleased with, and dislikes, 602. i., 607, 635, 655.

-, letters from, 1624: 535, 588. I., II., 592, 695. i., 699, 713, 714, 718. IV.

-, rely much upon, 555.

-, have only produced delays, 620.

-, their answers to Carleton's three points, 713. i., 715, 717. i., 718. i.

-, danger of their proceedings being suspected, 597. I.

-, Carleton suggests to East India Company a new treaty with, 600.

-, promise the King reparation and justification, 602, 647.

-, under great obligations to the King, 647.

-, the King's constancy in granting aid of men and money to, 631.

-, deputies of, 555.

-, ambassador Carleton's negociations with, see Carleton, Sir Dudley.

-, Prince of Orange recommends speedy justice in Amboyna business, 647.

-, East India Company demand letters mandatory to Dutch in East Indies from, 617, 630, 635. I., 660, 665.

-, the letter already gone, 639, 644.

-, remonstrance of Dutch East India Company to, 661. I.

-, -, Carleton cannot recommend it to the King, 661.

-, -, reply of East India Company to, 684. I.

-, the scandal of Amboyna has made a divorce between the Bewinthebbers and, 717, see also Amboyna Massacre.

-, and the treaties of 1622, 1623, see East Indies, the Dutch in (pp. 5356).

Staverton, Thos., chief factor at Jambi, p. 63, p. 196, p. 205.

-, -, letter from, 1623:290.

-, -, letter to, 1624: 432.

-, -, his wages, p. 482.

-, -, deceased, 352.

-, -, his estate, 582.

Stavines, M., one of the States ambassadors, 183.

Stedson, or Stiddson, John, his wages and estate, p. 478 (2).

Steel, p. 162, 338, p. 287, p. 376.

Steele, Rich., 339, 554, 560, 683.

-, -, offers his services to East India Company, 335.

- -, his propositions about the Persian trade, &c., 339, 347, 510, 623.

-, -, East India Company think it dangerous to employ, 347, 623.

Steevens, -, p. 266.

Steingar, Geo., p. 492.

Stephens, -, carpenter of East India Company, pp. 1434, p. 149, p. 153, p. 156, 342, 667.

-, Thos., p. 492.

Stepney, churchwardens of, p. 156.

-, poor of, East India Company distribute food and money to, p. 143, 376, 650, 712.

Sterling, Jas., p. 220.

-, Ann, wife of, p. 220.

Stevens, Tise, 6.

Stevenson, Isaac, master of the Dolphin, p. 133, p. 136, p. 138.

-, -, Elizabeth, widow of, p. 133, p. 136, p. 138, p. 150, p. 154, p. 227, 384, p. 238, p. 482.

-, -, estate of, p. 150, p. 482.

-, Margaret, p. 480.

Stevinton, Marmaduke, p. III, 338, 367, p. 196, p. 251.

-, -, letter from, 1622:147.

-, -, letter to, 1622: 163, 164.

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

-, -, deceased, 352.

Steward, Dr., 303, p. 133, p. 135.

-, his opinion on Lord Admiral's rights concerning prizes taken by East India Company, 413.

Stewart, John Engle, death of, 99.

Stiddson, John, see Stedson, John.

Stile, or Stiles, Thos., see Style, Thos.

Stockings, proposal to send, to Surat, 369.

Stakes, Robert, p. 221, p. 480.

Stone, Robt., p. 149.

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

-, Wm., treasurer of the East India Company, 62, 71, 74, p. 93, 301, p. 133, p. 138, p. 140, p. 144, p. 152, p. 157, p. 159, p. 167, p. 180, 381, 437, p. 265, 448, p. 296, 493, 496, 527, 573, 594, 639, 643, p. 450, 708, p. 466 (2), p. 487.

-, -, threatens to resign, 65.

-, -, elected treasurer, 300, 492.

-, -, report of, p. 161.

-, -, letters from, 1624: 496, 545, 568.

-, -, gratification to, p. 465.

Stoughton, Anthony, p. 492.

Stradling, Sir John, p. 462, p. 486.

Strange, Francis, p. 484.

Streamer, Wm., p. 92.

-, Mary, wife of, p. 92.

Strode, or Strowd, Geo., 300, 339, p. 277, 607, p. 411, 636, p. 488.

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

-, Sir Wm., p. 276.

Strong waters, p. 205, p. 233, p. 442.

Stuart, Lewis, Duke of Richmond, p. 179, 379 (2).

Stubbs, Thos., p. 484.

Sturmy, Henry, p. 220.

Style, Hum., p. 492.

Style, Thos., p. 13, 103, p. 122, p. 133, pp. 1501, p. 158, 333, p. 238, 433, 607, 639, 681.

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

-, -, letter from, 1624: 674.

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

Sucatelli, Augustine, p. 492.

Succadana (Borneo), p. 5, 54, p. 99, p. 181, 449.

-, the East India Company's house in, 301, p. 134.

-, surprised and ransacked, 111, 145.

-, debts in, p. 63, 265.

-, the Dutch factors have left, p. 63.

-, the Queen of, 265.

Suckling, Sir John, comptroller of the King's household, 301, p. 186, 395.

Suffeyllde, Arthur, purser of the Blessing, letter from, 1624: 711.

Suffolk, Earl of, see Howard, Thos.

- cloth, see Cloth.

Sugar, p. 164, 640.

- candy, 440, p. 287.

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

Sumatra, 84, 225, p. 112, p. 205, 391.

-, concerning trade in, p. 99, p. 251.

-, fear of the Dutch in, p. 61, 390.

-, coasts of, p. 4, p. 196, 375.

-, -, called Lampong, which see.

-, ships to sail to, p. 260.

-, letter dated from, 494.

-, road-ship arrived from, 39.

-, see also
-, Acheen.
-, Catotanga.
-, Indraghiri.
-, Indrapura.
-, Jambi.
-, Palembang.
-, Priaman.
-, Tecoe.

Sun, the (cast away, Nov. 1618), p. 480.

Sunda, Straits of, 134, 173, 316, p. 204.

-, -, East India Company's intention to fortify upon, 635. i., 717.

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

Supply, the, 91, 93, 99, 139, p. 152, p. 222.

-, rotten and laid up, p. 63, p. 112, p. 205.

-, surgeon of, see Chambers.

Surat, 24, p. 13, 29, 34, 35, 38, 84, 107, 266, p. 126, p. 127, pp. 1367, 323, p. 157, p. 164, p. 170, 335, 341, p. 180, 358, p. 194, p. 206, 373, 375, 386, 398, p. 251, p. 254, 426, p. 278, 539, 607, p. 410, p. 412, 657, p. 451, 700, p. 462, 712.

-, presidents of, see Keridge, Thos., Rastell, Thos.

-, -, and council of, 429, 657, p. 466.

-, value of the stock at, 13.

-, trade of, 84, p. 99, 723.

-, -, Sir Thos. Roe, on management of, 103.

-, articles of free trade granted in, 341.

-, firman for trade at, 295, 341, 657.

-, factory of, p. 180, p. 204, p. 442.

-, -, house in, to be let for, 341.

-, -, about supplying and supplies for, 35, 78, p. 161, 706.

-, proposal to send 20,000l. yearly to, 55.

-, factors at, p. 127, p. 137, p. 163, p. 231, 462.

-, -, fair carriage of, to the people of, 657.

-, - blamed, p. 61.

-, -, imprisoned at, 419, 420; see also James, Giles.

-, computation to be made of East India Company's stock at, 345.

-, consideration of the stock and commodities to be sent to, 347, p. 227, 723.

-, letters for, to be considered, 411.

-, stock at, sufficient to lade home two ships, 55.

-, requisite to have an agent and a solid council continually resident in, p. 442.

-, Keridge appointed to settle trade at, p. 227, pp. 2323.

-, East India Company's estate stands excellent well in, 574.

-, English better treated in, 372.

-, commodities vendible at, p. 442.

-, East India Company's servants and estates captured and embargoed, 429, 438.

-, -, consultation of (in prison), 438.

-, about resettling factories dissolved last year, p. 442.

-, calicoes to be bought at, 55.

-, cloth, p. 4, p. 110, 328, p. 186.

-, coral for, 107.

-, -, 156 chests of, Bold for 34,000l. at, 539.

-, indigo from, 18, 145.

-, jewels for and sold in, 107, 230.

-, silk in barter for commodities of, p. 233.

-, stockings for, 369.

-, Prince of, see Kharrum, Prince.

-, governor of, see Zulyher, Khan.

-, surgeons' chests for, 87.

-, junks, 84, p. 260.

-, fleet, 18, 30, p. 181.

-, -, commanders of, see Hall, Capt. John, Blythe, Capt. Rich., Weddall, Capt. John.

-, ships sailed from, and preparing for, p. 4, 107, 145, pp. 1423, p. 158, p. 165, p. 170, p. 175, p. 181, 347, 367, p. 200, 371, 373, 429, 438, p. 273, 460, p. 287, 667, 677, 706, 723.

-, ships arrived at, p. 4, 419.

-, loss of ship near, see Whale, the.

-, ships arrived in England from, 103, 323, 534, 544, 553.

-, letters dated from, 84, 280, 385, 410, 419, 420.

-, Custom-house letter dated from, 279.

-, the Dutch in, p. 165.

-, -, ships from, p. 251, 544.

-, commander of the Netherlander's Company at, see Van Broecke, P.

-, the Portuguese in, p. 140, p. 170.

-, the Turks in, 657.

- Bar, 677, 711.

-, prizes brought to, 711.

Surat, the (ship), 399.

Surgeons, master and wardens of the, p. 149, p. 151; see also East India Company, surgeons of.

Sussell, Thos., 92.

Sute, George, p. 90.

Sutton, Edmund, p. 479.

-, Edward, p. 108.

-, Isaac, p. 174.

-, John (deceased), p. 480.

Swallow, the, 539, 566, 607, 616, 643, 665, 673, 721.

-, ready to be launched, 531.

-, ready to sail, p. 410, 621, 628, 646.

-, sailed, 660.

-, trimmed against worm and fire, 723.

-, master of, see Pym, Humphrey.

-, purser and steward, see Kingston, John.

Swally, 182, 3723.

-, port, letter dated from, 677.

- road, 3723, 676.

- -, letters dated from, 373, 676.

- sands, letter dated from, 278.

Swan, the, 9, 17, 40, p. 28, p. 29, 291.

Swan, or Swanne, Richd., master of the Charles, 301, p. 123, p. 138, p. 142, p. 144, pp. 1567, p. 160, 335, 565, p. 380.

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

Swanley, Richard, master of the Exchange Royal, and the James Royal, 34, 50, 311, p. 142, p. 149, 348, p. 205, 393.

-, -, appointed master of the James Royal, pp. 1589.

-, -, his wages, p. 142, p. 159, p. 466.

Swift, Richard, 346, p. 226.

Swine to be salted, 38.

Swingler, Jas. (deceased), p. 478.

-, -, his mother, p. 478.

Swinhow, Geo., p. 491.

Symmonds, Rich., p. 487.

Symmons, Thos., p. 226, 539, p. 488.

Symondson, Wm., estate of, p. 91, p. 481 (2).

Symons, Pentecost, p. 484.

-, -, brother of, p. 484.

Symonson, -, suit of, 660, 665, p. 449.

-, -, his widow, see Bolt, Nathan, wife of.

Sympson, John, 358.

-, -, petition of, p. 223.

Synan, see Sana.

Synda, see Scinde.