Index: E

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Index E E. Eagle, the, pp. 34, pp. 279, 121, p. 61, 122, p. 87, p. 96, p. 97, pp. 1512, p. 155, p. 248, pp. 3689, p. 375, 569, 619, p. 552, 748, 763, pp. 5945, 791, p. 628, 829, p. 681. -, masters of, see Norbury, Nicholas. Johnson, John. -, surgeon of, see Pickering, Robt. -, homeward bound, 619, 726, 739. -, laid up in East Indies (unserviceable), p. 683. -, letter dated aboard, 123. Eaglesfield, John, p. 699. Earl Marshal, see Howard, Thos., Earl of Arundel and Surrey. East Indies, voyages to (eleven successful and one miscarried), 688. -, proposals for a voyage to, 454. -, journal of the voyage under Capt. Hall, 623. -, how to make with safety and convenience, p. 212. -, debate of East India Company about trading to, by voyages as formerly, 670, 6834, pp. 52930, 6878, 692, p. 568, 752. -, debates of East India Company how to raise moneys for, 228, 304, p. 351, 501, 558, 684J 6878, p. 534, 6967, 725, p. 560, p. 568, 7523. -, Smethwike's remarks on raising money for, p. 534, 7267. -, captains, commanders, and masters, of, ships to, p. 30, p. 97, 210, p. 156, p. 301, 412, p. 326, 414, 419, p. 335, p. 375, p. 377, p. 441, 590, p. 465, 605, 613, 670, p. 628, 821; and see also the following with names of the ships to which they were appointed Allnutt, Richard; Speedwell. Ball, Alexander; Christopher. Barnes, John; Abigail. Best, Capt. Nath.; Scout. Beversham, James; Lion. Bickley, Capt. John; Discovery, Reformation. Blythe, Capt.; Palsgrave. Bowen, Adam; Expedition. Brookes, John; Moon. Browne, Capt. Arnold; London. " Capt. Christopher; William. " George; London. Burgess, James; Moon. Butler, William; Roebuck. Carter, John; Swallow, Roebuck. Clevenger, Capt. Chas.; Jonas. Davies. Rob.; Little Richard. Ellesmore, John; Charles, Coaster. Ellyott, Thos.; Charles, Mary. Elmer, London, Reformation. Evans, Andrew; Scout, Star. Goodall, Capt., Bart.; Anne Royal, Hart. Hackwell, Robt.; Hart, Reformation. Hall, Capt. John; Expedition, Mary. Headland, George; James Royal, Jonas. Honey, Anthony; Hart. Jesson, Randall; Expedition. Johnson, Bence; Sampson. " John; Eagle, Discovery. Langford, Wm.; Reformation. Malim, Capt.; Hopewell. Man, Eustace; Anne Royal. Massam; Christopher. Moreton, Capt. Mat.; Ruby, Exchange. Munck, Richard; Dove. Mynors, Wm.; Refuge, Scout. Nash, Thomas; Coaster. Newport, Thomas; Reformation. Norbury, Nicholas; Eagle. Pashley, John; Hart. Phelps, John; Spy. Pierce, Wm.; William. Pinder, Francis; Falcon. Pynn, Capt. John; London. Rowe, John; Star. Slade, Capt. James; Blessing. Swanley, Richard; James Royal, Jonas. Swanley, Richard; Lion. Swanne, Capt. Richard; Charles. Tozier, William; Palsgrave, Reformation. Vine, John; Discovery. Waller, Thomas; Morris, William. Watts, Thomas, Expedition. Weddell, Capt. John; Charles, James Royal. Wills, Joseph; Dolphin, Falcon. Wood, John; Little James. Woodcock, Nicholas; Whale. -, nomination and election of, p. 124, p. 266, p. 269. -, President Hawley's remarks upon commanders, their officers and sailors, p. 153. -, vain-glory, power, and excess of, p. 157, p. 605. -, to be subject to prick and cheque, 806, 812, 814. -, orders for, p. 642, 814. -, complaint of their attendants who come out plentifully in every ship, p. 156. -, difficulty of finding masters, &c., 203. -, wages of commanders, captains, and masters of, 211, p. 232, p. 234, 359, p. 240, pp. 2801, p. 286, 393, p. 415, 590, 687, 754, 756, pp. 6045, p. 607, p. 642, 812. -, gratuities to, p. 465. -, Smethwike's account of East India Company's shipping, in and at home, also outward and homeward bound, 726. -, 2,000 tons of serviceable shipping (belonging to East India Company) in, 501. -, debates about repairing or selling, and re-lading home, &c., 626, 835. -, factors' remarks on times of lading, and re-lading home, p. 683. -, a ship little worth after three voyages to, p. 496. -, about freighting ships and the price per ton, 832, p. 663, 836, 847. -, names of ships belonging to the East India Company, and which sailed to [162529], see -, names of the East India Company's ships arrived in -, list of East India Company's ships in, to be prepared by Capt. Pynn, together with their condition, and whether fit to return to England, 565, p. 683. -, -, his "note" presented to East India Company according to order, p. 429. -, names of East India Company's ships in, and how employed, 168, 186, 255, 266, 328, pp. 2089, p. 368, p. 375, 551, 566, 619, 668, 748, 784, 865, p. 863. -, names of East India Company's ships laid up in, p. 157, p. 203, p. 206, 784, p. 683. Abigail, 784, p. 683. Anne, 358, p. 274. Bull, pp. 153, 155, 157. Cinnamon, 734. Coaster, 784, p. 683. Diamond, pp. 153, 155, 157. Eagle, p. 683. Falcon, 734, p. 683. Refuge, 784. Roebuck, 734, 784, pp. 6813. Swallow, p. 683. -, names of East India Company's ships sold as unserviceable, 355, 357. -, names of East India Company's ships lost or wrecked Lion, 358, p. 284. Moon (at Dover), p. 284. Morris (in Holland), 749, p. 576, 753, 769. Rose, p. 208, 466. Spy, 566, p. 594. Sun, p. 284. Trial, p. 284. Unicorn, p. 284. Union, 453, 478. Whale, p. 284. -, names of East India Company's ships taken by the Dutch in the East Indies, 629 [11 ships, p. 284], viz. -, names of East India Company's ships returned to England from -, arrival in England (1625) of five ships at once from, p. 282. -, value of the ships come home in 1626 computed at 360,000l., p. 284. -, the William returned to England (1628) as rich a ship as ever came from (170,000l.), 769. -, reasons why East India Company do not send as many ships as formerly to, 586, 588. -, compuation of the value of the lading of East India Company's ships in, 784. -, 57 ships of 26,690 tons, besides 18 pinnaces, sent by East India Company to, 786. -, the East India Company have money, goods, and ships to the value of 500,000l. in, 675. -, the ships and their provisions only worth 80,000l., 675. -, all the East India Company's ships in England to be valued, 848. -, dabate how to dispose of East India Company's three great ships in England, 460. -, all East India Company's ships to be made ready for the King's service, 585. -, the London and Reformation to be made fit for the King's service, 620. -, about the more speedy dispeeding of the ships to and from, and negligence in their long lading, p. 241, p. 254, p. 273. -, remarks on proper seasons for sending shipping from and to, p. 370. -, the return of the ships, the year of their arrival impossible, p. 440. -, debate upon the relading ships from, 656. -, estimate of charges of setting forth ships to, 205, 211, 605. -, Mr. Munn's account of the number of ships sent to and the returns from, p. 248. -, account of shipping in, see Sambrooke, Jer., and Smethwike, Thos. -, Robt. Bell advises all ships idle to be sent home from, p. 249. -, invention to prevent ships sinking, 717. -, invention for firing ships, 717. -, "tempered stuff" to prevent fire in, 618. -, account of losses of ships, p. 284. -, boats, anchors, &c. provided at Deal, &c. for ships homeward bound, 745. -, about freighting ships for, p. 338, 558. -, letters of marque for ships for, 686, p. 642, 809. -, prizes taken by ships in, 731, 7356. -, -, value of, 656. -, -, pay a tenth of, to the King, p. 174. -, East India Company's ships stayed by order of Duke of Buckingham, p. 174. -, saltpetre to ballast the ships, p. 444. -, ships building and built for, 76, 80, 89, p. 95, p. 203, p. 230, 357, p. 241, 427, p. 340, p. 348, p. 496. -, -, excessive charge of, p. 450, 580. -, -, advice of defects in, p. 155. -, -, waste of timber in, 341. -, -, Capt. Hall's improvements in 391. -, -, motion to build ships "by the great," 365. -, -, painting, p. 133. -, -, carved work in cabins of the old to be retained for the new, 260. -, christening of new ships for, p. 249, p. 256. -, about purchase of ships for, 141, 145, 147, p. 125, p. 126 (2), p. 129, 241, p. 328, 416, 569. -, 655l. paid by East India Company for a Dutch ship, 241. -, -, unserviceable ships to be broken up, 3. -, East India Company's docks full, 145. -, boats and barges for, 103, 145, 189, 321, p. 206, 585, 681, 725. -, ships making ready for, 185, 201, 260, p. 178, 292, p. 260, 373, 510. -, -, proportion of men for, 357, 359. -, ship master, see Swanley, Wm., Hockett, . -, boatswains and gunners, appointment of, p. 240, 601. -, repairs of ships, for, 7, 21, 76, 80 (2), p. 61, 147, p. 98, 189, 229, p. 260, p. 263, p. 326, p. 338, p. 341, pp. 3545, 450, 470, 478, p. 442, 589, 607, 620. -, -, detailed account of repairs of, in, p. 155. -, -, against the water worm in, p. 157. -, -, anchors for, and their weights, 321. -, -, ordnance carried by, 355. -, -, supplies wanted in, p. 98. -, -, bread rooms in, 7. -, ship carpenters, 118, 147, p. 98, 243, p. 152, 203, 350, p. 230, p. 234, 451, p. 375, 482, 569, p. 450, 585, 601, 7789, 797, p. 638. -, -, pressed into the King s service, 118, p. 241, 364, 592. -, -, want of in East Indies, 122, p. 97, 745. -, -, complaints against those sent to, p. 234. -, -, complaints of, p. 225, 350. -, -, chief, see Fotherby, Henry. Greade, Bruite. Langton, Wm. Sayers.. Stevens, Wm. -, mariners, 12, 16, 18, 21, 51, 65, p. 35, 130, 152, 167, p. 97, 189, 191, 192, 201, 211, 241, p. 178, 316, p. 240, 369, p. 257, p. 259, p. 375, 717, p. 577, 781. -, -, President Hawley's remarks upon choice of, p. 153. -, -, pressed into the King's service, p. 35, p. 126, 425, 592. -, -, great want of, p. 173, 558, p. 452, p. 454. -, -, against their wives going with them to, p. 339. -, -, the great abuse of admitting boys and unserviceable persons in the ships for, 605. -, -, ships weakened by runaway, p. 87. -, -, punishment to runaway, 23, 25, 40, 80, 172, p. 97, p. 174, p. 301, p. 304, 395, p. 424, 792. -, -, great mortality in India of, p. 87, 186, p. 146, p. 150, p. 208, p. 254, 864, 866. -, -, -, causes of, 314. -, -, four killed in fight, 122. -, -, shipwrecked, 754. -, -, drown themselves, 792. -, -, wages of, p. 95, 228, p. 416, 725. -, -, allowance for breakfasts demanded by, p. 302. -, -, two months' wages of, to be paid yearly to wives of, 245. -, -, orders for keeping account of payments to, p. 243. -, -, wages of, advanced by a purser contrary to orders, to be charged to his own account, 451, 460. -, -, -, deductions from, to poor box, p. 127, 234. -, -, private trade of, p. 317, p. 408, p. 421. -, -, debts of and purloining by, 57, 127, 470. -, abuse in stowing their goods in the ships to, p. 255. -, -, pillage junks, 191, p. 107, 201, p. 125. -, -, fund for relief and maintenance of, p. 140 (2), 249, 262, 418, 427, p. 348. -, tobacco for, and the price, 285. -, commodities to be provided for, committees for, names of, p. 224, pp. 4089, 772. -, commodities shipped by East India Company to, 262, 289, 378, pp. 2712, p. 432, 756, 817, 819. -, -, European vendible in, p. 371, p. 446, p. 240, p. 480. -, -, profit of sent to, 656. -, the Great Princes in, value rarities and toys from Frankfort mart, p. 371, pp. 3745. -, 20,000 ducats worth of coral for, p. 360. -, jewels in high esteem in, p. 371. -, commodities shipped for England from, p. 28, p. 301, p. 370, p. 445. -, 400,000l. returned in one year from, p. 636. -, good store of saltpetre to be brought yearly from, p. 360. -, gold and silver and jewels provided for and shipped to, p. 178, p. 328, 416, p. 339, 457, p. 483, p. 496, 808, 812, 817, 819. -, where gold and ryals should be sent to in, p. 374. -, petitions of East India Company for license to buy or transport foreign gold to, 249, 404, p. 339, 588, 811, 856. -, -, licenses to transport foreign gold and silver to, 241, 260, p. 172, 405, 423, 582, 600, p. 496, 655, 780, 819, 859. -, about transports of gold and silver to, without limitation, pp. 6069, p. 622. -, -, proclamation concerning, 480, 482. -, bullion to be coined at the Mint for, for, 241. -, trade in, pp. 2623, 774, 784. -, -, debates of East India Company, audiences of the King, &c., about abandoning or continuing and enlarging their privileges, p. 77, 157, 162, 163, 165, 166, 185, 192, 198, p. 106, 203, p. 110, 205, 228, 250, p. 179, p. 351, 444, pp. 3535, 456, 457, 460, 465, 470, 483, 495, 501, 510, 558, p. 424, p. 452, p. 454, 631, 633, 642, p. 505, p. 507, 663, 665, 669, 688, p. 534, 696, 701, 717, p. 560, p. 606. -, -, petition of East India Company to Parliament concerning, 633, 635, 637, 639, p. 496, p. 500, p. 502, 659, p. 507. -, -, consideration of the effects of, pp. 36970. -, -, consideration how to support, p. 505. -, rumour answered of great want of stock in, p. 178. -, 40,000l. agreed on not sufficient to be sent to, p. 302. -, the greatest capital in quick stock ever sent to, 822. -, 200,000l. stock required to manage the trade to, 558. -, 250,000 quick stock and shipping in, to produce 600,000l. or 700,000l., expected in returns from, 501, 663, 665. -, balance of the East India Company's estate in, 211, 219. -, accommodations between the Northern and Southern parts, the life of trade in, p. 370. -, President Hawley's comments upon the bane, charge and happiness of trade to, pp. 1489, pp. 1535, p. 157. -, about settling a reglement of trade to, p. 77, 435, 465. -, for want of a good reglement of trade to, each company loses 100,000l. a year, 878. -, overtures concerning the trade of, 359. -, places proposed for trade in, p. 274. -, European clothing much needed in (a pair of shoes worth 10s.), p. 155. -, one chief residence in the south parts of, sufficient, p. 150. -, fishing for pearls in, 454. -, President Hawley's comments upon the system of government in, p. 157. -, about jurisdiction and sovereignty in, 13, 15, 38, 41, p. 77, 158, 190, 432, 548, 575, 617, 689, 824, 8737, 8812, see also Amboyna witnesses. -, -, the King's declaration on the point of, 548. -, judge in criminal causes recommended for, p. 31. -, Council of Defence in, 41, 158, 215. -, -, about remitting all causes, civil and criminal to, 158. -, about forts and fortifications in, 41, 100, 115, p. 77, 158, 229, p. 150, pp. 2734, pp. 3267, p. 369, 466, p. 442, 629. -, -, charges of, 444. -, Capt. of East India Company's fort in, see Fowkes, Gerard. -, -, petition of a soldier for employment in, p. 132. -, soldiers in, p. 150. -, smiths and armourers (dead), p. 150. -, complaint of tools and provisions sent to (sent home to show the abuse), p. 127, p. 156. -, complaint of want of provisions in, p. 232. -, alteration in the "allowance" of meat and drink for "our people" in, p. 157. -, the best harbour in, see Karrapatam. -, the climate of (a paradise), p. 154. -, pestilent contagion in, p. 98, pp. 1467. -, great mortality in, 168, p. 146. -, -, excessive drinking a cause, 229, p. 209. -, strong drinks the bane of, p. 152, p. 154. -, remarks on the folly of drink, p. 374. -, gaming and its dangerous consequences in, p. 159. -, mine discovered in, p. 446. -, the use of money sweet in, p. 367. -, coin buried from posterity to posterity in, p. 371. -, England can raise more silver in, than can Spain from the West Indies, p. 369. -, an ocean of wealth in, and superfluity for both Dutch and English, pp. 1489. -, presents fit for, p. 97. -, beasts of esteem in, p. 445. -, the Chinese in, 17, 314, p. 380, p. 447, 582, 590. -, money lent by English factors at interest to, 550. -, the Danes in, 11, p. 29, 157, p. 87, p. 155, p. 183. -, -, have finished their trade to, p. 682. -, the Danish East India Company, 11. -, the Dutch in, p. 27, p. 29, 57, 121, 136, 168, p. 96, p. 98, 215, 233, pp. 1489, 267, 284, p. 209, p. 212, p. 248, p. 263, pp. 2724, 444, p. 353, p. 371, pp. 3745, p. 377, p. 380; p. 440, p. 447, 601, 656, 663, 665, p. 596, 829, 861. -, -, Governor General of, see Carpenter, Pieter de. -, -, -, his computation of the state of their affairs, p. 351. -, -, -, charges of their factories, forts, and garrisons in, 444. -, -, "the action" of (their stock) risen from 213 to 218, 615. -, -, the Dutch in, 27 tons of gold required for their yearly stock in, p. 351. -, -, send a great capital and merchandise, &c. to, p. 332. -, -, adventure 400,000l. in one year, 706. I. -, -, "collection" of gains, &c. of, 444, p. 353. -, -, toll and freight for private trade of their servants in, 335. -, -, -, allow Guzerats, p. 446. -, -, "handy helps" to the English, 168. -, -, English commodities their po­tent weapons in, p. 369. -, -, cables and anchors lent to, p. 276. -, ammunition and stores sold by President Hawley to, p. 425. -, -, 13 come over in the Discovery, gratuities from East India Company to, 747, 752. -, -, 17 come over in the William, gratuities from East India Company to, 778, p. 612. -, -, President Hawley's comments upon projects of, and arguments thereon, pp. 1489, pp. 1535, p. 157. -, -, lie in wait to observe the proceedings of the East India Cumpany, p. 505. -, -, in all employments have the advantage, p. 274. -, -, former discourtesies of, reconciled, pp. 1478. -, -, enhance the price of commodities in, 656. -, -, their unlawful courses of colouring goods, p. 629. -, -, beat down the price of commodities in, p. 370. -, -, steal ryals, 17. -, -, prejudice to the King's customs from, 211. -, -, extracts of wrongs the East India Company have sustained by, 196. -, -, East India Company's com­plaints, remonstrance, and declaration of new grievances against, 189, 191, 197, 198, 215, p. 240, pp. 2634, 375, 391, p. 303, p. 308, pp. 3356, p. 338, p. 432, p. 450, 629, p. 500, p. 502, p. 507, 706. I., 717, p. 555. -, -, East India Company's printed remonstrance to Parliament against, p. 521. -, -, tyranny, cruelty, and wicked practices of, 335, 369, 617, 629, 717. -, -, account of losses which the English have sustained by, 439, 629. -, -, their tolls and exactions in, 44, 142, p. 104, p. 149, 335, 629. -, -, -, remarks upon, p. 149. -, -, -, their hopes to wear or buy us out of the trade to, 598. -, the DUTCH in, endeavours to engross and to turn English out of all trade to, 193, 197, 198, 215, 228, 251, p. 148, 416, p. 333, 432, p. 351, 444, 446, p. 367, 465, 501, 575, pp. 5001, p. 529. -, -, complain of violence to one of their men, 193. -, -, barbarously use their own ser­vants, p. 248, p. 251. -, -, East India Company have a new action for 200,000 ryals against, 734. -, -, pretended loss of 1,600,000l. by, 675. -, -, fights of, in, 358. See also Damaun. Persia. Swally. -, -, wreck of ships belonging to, 40, 190. -, the Dutch East India Company, 8, 24, 34, 77, 93, 158, 165, p. 87, 194, 207, 208, p. 140, 250, p. 149, p. 152, p. 183, p. 232, 417, p. 375, p. 378, 476, 526, 554, .569, 6167, 636, 641, p. 496, 682, 702, 736, 863. -, -, observations concerning, 335. -, -, agents for, see Forbes, Geo. Lucye, John de. -, -, their justification for sending over Coen, 469, 473, 4767, 479, 486. -, -, letter to, 99. -, -, the (17)Bewinthebbers (mayors) of, 5, p, 31, 81, 1002, 104, 115, 117, 125, 133, 136, 138, 139, 142, 144, 146, 149, 150, 158, 161, 174, 190, 193, 200, 204, 206, 242, 281, 417, pp. 3323, 432, 441, p. 351, 459, 4656, 468, 473, 486, 511, 519, 528, 548, 606, 612, 6145, 622, 628, 634, 638, p. 515, 680, p. 529, 706. iv., 719, 855, 861, 877. -, -, -, so mixed in the Government, 441. -, -, and the "three points" in dis­pute between the two companies, 15 41, 100, 114, 129, 136, 138, 146, 150, p. 77, 158, 207, 251, 465, 575, 6445. See also Amboyna. Coen. States General. -, -, references to the treaties of 1619 and 1623, 41, 44, 129, p. 77, 157 158, 177, 198, 199, 207, 215, 225, 25o', pp. 14951, pp. 1556, p. 158, 263, 281, 290, p. 210, p. 304, 434, 439, 446, p. 374, 494, 507, 512, 548, 551, 559, 575, p. 450, 596, 617, 625, 662, 682, pp. 5289, 750, pp. 6412, 810, 8234, 877. -, -, account in detail of articles of treaties broken by, 629. -, -, concerning a new treaty with, 667. -, -, considerations touching differences between the two companies, 622. -, the DUTCH East India Company solicit for money due to them, 89. -, -, interest to adventurers of their stock in, 104. -, -, their debt to English East India Company, 99. -, -, their ships, 70, 73, 78, 108, 118, 1389, 145, 149, 163, 190, p. 105, 209, 210, 235, 252, 253, pp. 1478, pp. 1513, 2678, 288, p. 209, 358, p. 332, pp. 3767, 487, 489, 490, p. 442, 659, 664, p. 515, 699, 724, 735, 831, p. 681, 866, p. 685. -, -, -, value of lading of, 466. -, -, -, one valued at 1,200,000 florins, 443. -, -, -, about keeping company with, p. 628. -, -, -, castaway, 511, 5434, 591. -, -, -, men fled from, p. 448. -, -, -, have many Englishmen in, 735. -, -, reported to have 90 ships in, p. 367. -, -, tonnage of their shipping, and men yearly employed by, p. 353. -, -, about stay of their ships, 23, 25, 28, 34, 37, 38, 43, 49, 52, 53, 55, pp. 312, 62, 69, 71, 78, 82, p. 41, 84, 85, 86, 88, 89, 90, p. 46, 93, 96, 105, 107, 109, 110, 129, 133, 135, p. 69, 138, 142, pp. 778, p. 85, 166, 185, p. 95, 194. I., 198, pp. 1046, p. 111, 208, 215, 218, 225, 228, 244, 246, 247, 253, p. 271, p. 274, 382, p. 304, p. 351, p. 353, p. 383, 469, 471, 479, 4901, 4934. -, -, East India Company, directions for stay of, 106. -, -, about suspending the "Act of Reprisals," 146, 148, 163. -, -, Carleton's despatch, 158. -, -, arrest of three of, returned from, 498508, 510, 512518, 5236, 528533, 535, 537, 53940, 5467, p. 421, 557, 567, 576, 579, 581, 596, 614, p. 474, 617, p. 504, 659, p. 515, 671, p. 606, 784, 824, 848. -, -, -, the Bewinthebbers offended at, 532. -, -, -, declaration concerning, at 507 -, -, letters to commanders of the three Dutch ships, 494, 503. -, -, about unlading goods on the three Dutch ships, p. 465, p. 484. -, -, intended by a strong hand to fetch them away, 615. -, -, and the release of the three Dutch ships, 557, 558, 575, 5945, 601, 612, 615, 617, 621, 622, 625, 628, 634, 636, 638, 640, 6457, p. 507, 673, 6823, 697, 702, 706, 711, 71921. -, -, concerning the act of State for, 688, 6901, 699. -, -, -, about bribes for, 640. -, the three Dutch ships worth 8 or 10 tons of gold, 6401, 706. I., 7l9, p. 555. -, -, their release a great discouragement to English East India Company, 701 -, -, -, English East India Company have audience of the King about, 684. -, -, -, the States reasons for, 662. -, -, ready to put to sea, 704. -, States ambassadors in England, 162, p. 104, p. 111, 208, 211, 213, 219, p. 338, 426, 4345, 446, 477, 511, 519, 575, 601, 606, 608, 609, 610, 612, pp. 4734, 615, 622, 642, p. 5012, 657, 673, p. 529, 6901, 707, 714, 742, 744, 746, p. 576, 8002, p. 641. -, backwardness of the States to send over ambassadors (16278), 558, 561, 576, 731. -, States ambassadors, their unwillingness to come over, p. 576. -, -, await their passage for England 146. -, -, to come over, Sept. 1628, 682, p. 528, 709. -, -, safe conduct for (and names of), 737, 740, 746, 788. -, -, daily expected, p. 450, p. 560, p. 593. -, -, have audience of the King, p. 77, 621. -, -, East India Company to congratulate them on their arrival, 802. -, -, to be gratified with a tun of wine, 806. -, -, in London, 813, 821, 828, 831, 881. -, -, Charles I.'s protest to, 177. -, -, declaration of, to Charles I., 682. -, -, their proposals to the King, 863. -, -, note of their "desires," 225. -, memorials of, 616, 750. -, -, propositions made by, 636. -, -, meetings between committee of East India Company and, p. 642, 810. -, -, demands exhibited to, 842. -, -, -, read before Privy Council, 850. -, -, refuse to accept complaints in English and touching the language they should treat in, 810, 820, 823, 824, 828, 837, 83941, 845, p. 673, 879. -, -, about the manner of treating 858. -, all agreed upon to be ratified by the Dutch East India Company, 843. -, complaint of (for opening letters), 2123, 218, 223, 226. -, -, secretary to, p. 642. -, -, letters and memorial to, 430, 703, 70910. -, the DUTCH East India Company and sending over the Amboyna witnesses, 718, 750, see also Amboyna witnesses. -, -, do not spare their purses, even to a ton of gold, to put the disgrace of the Amboyna massacre upon our nation, 634. -, -, and Misselden, p. 576. -, -, in treaty with Scottish nobility to fortify Lewis island, p. 529, 722. -, about sending over commissioners to Holland, 208, 229, pp. 1246, 236, 245. -, reasons why our East India Company should not be constrained to send commissioners into Holland, 208, 219, 416, p. 335. -, the King's commissioners appointed to treat with the States Commissioners, 4358, 473, 610, p. 496. -, see also Amboyna. Carleton, Sir Dudley. Vane, Sir Henry. -, -, petitions to, 4368. -, -, statements of differences between the two companies presented to, 8789. -, -, their reasons for answering all demands in one body, 880. -, -, their answer to States ambassadors, 617. -, -, States ambassadors' proposition to, 636. -, -, the Dutch weary them out, p. 529. -, the French in, 11, 103, 157. -, -, propositions to trade with, 103. -, -, ships repairing towards, p. 564. -, -, ship burnt in, 21. -, estate of an Italian in, 542. -, the Portuguese in, 1, 3, 9, 130, p. 87, p. 98, p. 146, 260, 266, 269, 314, p. 212, p. 260, 373, p. 265, p. 272, p. 326, p. 380, pp. 4401, p. 443, p. 445, p. 448, pp. 4802, p. 502, p. 597, p. 621, 808, 817. -, -, buy diamonds in, p. 446. -, -, pleased with presents in, more than Dutch or English, p. 375. -, -, how to deal with, who fall into East India Company's hands, p. 326. -, -, in open hostility with, p. 285. -, -, East India Company's proposition to send out men-of-war against, p. 351, 460. -, -, their galleons and frigates, 210, 266, 288, p. 209, 358, p. 271, p. 274, p. 367, p. 480, 659, p. 597, p. 628, p. 659, 666. -, -, -, abundance of timber in Bombay to make, p. 442. -, -, fights with, 209, pp. 1989, pp. 208209, p. 214, 358, p. 338, 590, p. 594, 829 (?), p. 685. -, -, vessels taken from, p. 28, 121, 233, p. 214, p. 515, p. 594. -, -, the PORTUGUESE in, boats robbed by, p. 594. -, -, prisoners taken in, and ransomed, p. 158, p. 287, p. 302, 456. -, -, barbarous cruelties of, p. 240, p. 276, p. 440. -, -, reprisals against, p. 174. -, -, English in slavery with, p. 435. -, -, their attempts to prevent English trading in, p. 273. -, -, have received a great overthrow by the will of the Almighty, p. 444. -, see also East India Company, the, 2, 36, 139, 200, 213, 218, 272, 281, 288, 309, 336, 3512, p. 233, 362, 511, 593. -, references to their charter and patents, 91, 4045, 847, 856. -, threaten to lay their patent at the King's feet, 283. -, trade in the Red Sea within their patents, 237, 354. -, the King desires to join, p. 110, 675, p. 524, p. 528. -, promise to send a good stock to East Indies, 588. -, calculation by the President and Council in Batavia of their stock in East Indies, p. 97. -, the Treasurers statements of the stock and affairs of, pp. 1067, p. 262. -, the first or old joint stock of, 141, p. 200, p. 221, 427, p. 505, p. 508, 666, p. 530, 688, 725, p. 560, p. 568, p. 576, 753, p. 606, 801. -, -, dividends on, p. 221, 361. -, -, -, formerly 3 for 1, 444, 688. -, the second or new joint stock of, p. 69, 156, p. 85, pp. 1367, p. 221, p. 248, 371, pp. 2989, p. 341, p. 421, 565, pp. 4378, p. 451, 656, 663, 66970, p. 578, 753, 77l, pp. 600l, 801, p. 634, p. 636, 848 -, -, chief accountant's estimate of, 665. -, -, dividends on, 219, 228, p. 201, p. 221, 361, p. 257, p. 262, pp. 2835, p. 302, p. 304, 440, p. 347, pp. 4378, 624, p. 500, p. 560, 747, 7789, 783, 793. -, -, dividends on (1628) amount to 190,000l., p. 636. -, committee for signing warrants for dividends, p. 254. -, 100l. stock not worth above 80l., p. 179, 283, 555, p. 423, p. 500, 663, 665, p. 534, 6967. -, debate about supplying the stock and about dividends on, pp. 2845, 444, p. 353, 457, 495, p. 454, 631, 663, 665, 669, 683, pp. 5778, 753, 779, 794, 801, pp. 6368. -, concerning the stock and trade of, and what has been sent in money and goods, 675, 786. -, value of the stock sent to and remaining in East Indies, p. 500, 7267. -, debate about value of stock, 697. -, great adventurers in, some 10,000l., 15,000l., and 20,000l., p. 500. -, rise in the value of stock of, p. 637. -, orders concerning the sale of, p. 221. -, the stock to be continued for 12 years, 457, p. 637. -, the stock prolonged four years, p. 283. -, consideration of the four main damages that befel the last stock, p. 535. -, debate about deserting the old stock, 801. -, demands of the old adventurers, 806. -, orders for keeping all the several accounts of, p. 243. -, how to settle accounts between old and new stocks, p. 605. -, debts of, 228, p. 179, 283, p. 183, p. 198, 327, p. 219, 364, p. 250, pp. 2845, p. 338, p. 347, 467, 485, p. 500, 663, 665, p. 560, 783, 786. -, -, grown from 82,000l. to 110,000l., and 200,000l., 761, 769. -, in debt 230,000l. at interest, 663, 666. -, their debt at interest, 300,000l., p. 637. -, interest paid for debt of, p. 198, 364, p. 500. -, -, -, debate on charge of, 365, p. 341. -, -, collection of, presented by the treasurer and auditor, p. 197, 319, 364, p. 347, 769, 797. -, -, debate concerning, 365, p. 338, 442, 444, 761, 769. -, money to be taken up at interest, 205, 211, 605. -, debts owing to, p. 107, p. 197, 341, p. 225, 456, 666, 769. -, delinquent adventurers (debtors) behind with their payments to, 7, 93, 149, p. 78, 219, p. 127, p. 194, pp. 1978 (2), p. 200, p. 206 (2), 330, 337, pp. 21920, p. 240, p. 250, p. 254, p. 262, pp. 2835, 390, 393, 403, 429, p. 454, 597, 607, 613, p. 485, 633, 745, 753. -, -, note of those who have paid, p. 254. -, -, names of, unable to pay, p. 200. -, -, in 1,600,000l. subscription, about 50,000l. lost by, p. 200. -, -, 79,000l. in arrear by, p. 200. -, -, collection of arrears amounting to 16,900l. due from, pp. 2267. -, -, report on, 91, p. 200, p. 232, p. 354. -, -, debate concerning, pp. 2001, 337, p. 219, p. 226, pp. 2835. -, -, interest charged to, p. 46, p. 200, 337, p. 250. -, -, -, interest due by, amounting to 27,000l., p. 200. -, -, no dividends to be paid to, p. 194, p. 200, 337. -, -, Act concerning, p. 303, p. 502. -, -, to arrest and proceed against, p. 240. -, -, -, interest due on debts due to, amounting to, 4,000l., p. 240. -, debate upon lessening the charges of, p. 285, 451 (2), 453 (2), pp. 3601, 688. -, proposition for raising money to lessen debt and interest of, 391, p. 341. -, total charges in England and East Indies of, p. 671. -, consideration upon the state of the affairs of, p. 341, 495, 501, p. 671. -, concerning brokes, 6656. -, calumnious report concerning, 442. -, about a new subscription for a third joint stock for 120,000l. (called the Persian voyage), as also for a second voyage, p. 423, p. 454, p. 505, p. 508, 666, 669, 670, 678, 679, 683, 684, pp. 52930, 6878, 706. I., 725, p. 560, p. 568, p. 576, 765, 771, pp. 6078, 7789, p. 612, 787, pp. 6212, 794, 797, 801, 802, 804, 806, 8212, 828, p. 663 (2), 836, p. 671 (2), 847. -, no strangers, save adventurers, to be admitted in this new stock, 670. -, 8 per cent. allowed upon all subscriptions in advance, 797. -, about fines for admission to, 670, 779. -, subscriptions from 500l. to 3,000l. from each adventurer to, 765. -, each adventurer to subscribe 200l., 797. -, the limit of 200l. reduced to 100l. (for second voyage), 836. -, 30 persons have underwritten 40,000l., 771. -, the new stock consists of 125,000l., p. 638. -, debates concerning the old and new adventurers, and whether old stock might pursue the whole trade, 8012, p. 634, 805, 836, 838. -, Committee to consider the proportion of salaries, gratuities, &c. between the old and new adventurers, 779. -, transfers of adventurers (stock) in 1625: 147, 219, 227, pp. 1367. 1626: 317, 335, p. 218, p. 221, p. 234, p. 281. 1627: pp. 2989, p. 302, 393, 565, 567, pp. 4378. 1628: pp. 6001. 1629: p. 634, pp. 6989. -, -, about fees for, p. 496, 817. -, -, not to transfer to any but free brethren of, p. 280. -, their suits in Chancery, the Star Chamber and other law suits against the following; viz: -, Clerk in Chancery to, see Righton, . -, an "attorney in Common Pleas" (Acton) entertained to solicit suits, 383. -, -, his report of the state of the company's business in Chancery, p. 336. -, -, 26 suits in two years, 849. -, -, and the Persian trade, see Persia, trade in. -, and the taking to Persia in their ships Sir Robt. Sherley and Sir Dodmore Cotton, see Sherley and Cotton. -, arguments on Sir D. Cotton's offers of service in Persia, 280. -, and taking over the Persian Ambassador, pp. 1723, 280. -, -, payment of his debts, 280. -, refuse to pay Sir Robt. Sherley's debts, p. 179, 283, see also Sherley, Sir R. -, their banquetting house, 842. -, and their powder mills, see Powder, mills. -, bill of charges for coach for, 808. -, their slaughter house, 203, 361, 365, p. 250. -, and Earl of Warwick, see Rich, Robt Lord. -, answer of, to the scandalous complaints of Anthony Wither, 240, see also Wither, Ant. -, have audience of the King, 228. -, loan of 10,000l. requested by Charles I. from, 677. -, loan of timber and casks and stores to the King, p. 66, 135, p. 85, 451, p. 556, 724. -, sale of old stores of, p. 663. -, 10,000l. paid to the Duke of Buckingham by, 324. -, demand the same protection from the King that the States give to the Dutch, p. 110. -, embezzlement of goods of, 189. -, report of upon the safe keeping of merchandize from the East Indies, p. 66. -, Governor of, see Abbott, Sir Morris. -, -, election of, 157, 337, 457, p. 524. -, -, -, by balloting box, 660, p. 523. -, -, debates upon and gratifications to the governor and deputy governor, pp. 199200, 337, 3615, p. 361, 457, p. 384, p. 502. -, -, accounts to be presented to, p. 243. -, scandalous and unjust imputations against the governor, deputy-governor, and committees, 656, 678. -, -, answered and cleared in a general court, 794. -, Deputy-governor of, see Clitherow, Christopher. -, -, election of, 157, 337, 457, p. 524. -, -, about using the ballot box, p. 72, 157, 660, p. 523, p. 642, 836. -, -, petition to Privy Council against, p. 504. -, Committees of, 240, p. 257, 370, p. 335, 426, 495, 510, p. 408, 564, p. 450, 642, 678, 701, 7813, 787, 794, 801. -, -, qualification for, 660, p. 524. -, -, election of, 157, 337, 457, p. 524. -, -, -, by balloting box, 660, p. 523. -, -, list of names of, 157, 337, 457, p. 524. -, -, -, with their employments, pp. 4089, 679. -, -, refuse to take the oath, 458, 460, p. 383, 467. -, -, mostly Turkey merchants, 462. -, -, debates upon gratifications to, pp. 126127, pp. 199200, 337, 3645, p. 361, 457, p. 384, p. 502. -, -, (one) condemned for divulging secrets contrary to oath, 442. -, -, unjust taxation of, p. 507. -, -, accounts to be presented to, p. 243. -, -, debts due to East India Company from, p. 347. -, -, names of all to be written in a fair Roman hand for the Ambassador to take to Persia, p. 325. -, accountants, 258, p. 200, p. 507, 765, 771, 781, 783, 801. -, -, chief, see Lanman, Christopher. Sambrooke, Jeremiah. -, artizans, p. 150, 156. -, -, complaint of those sent out p. 97. -, -, want of, p. 155. -, armourers, p. 150, p. 375, see also Speed, John. -, auditors, 127, 156, 163, 219, 251, 262, 265, p. 194, p. 200, p. 220, p. 227, 375, p. 279, 391, p. 317, 416, 420, pp. 3478, 442, p. 361, 470, 478, 480, 564, p. 447, 577, p. 507, 765, 783, 801, 836, 838, p. 671; see also Colthurst, Thos. Eynes, . Gifford, Roger. Hanson, Ralph. " " Thos. Markham, . Wayte, Bart. -, -, books to be kept balanced, 205. -, -, orders for keeping accounts, 361. -, -, orders for their attendance and salaries, 365, p. 354, 631. -, -, their report upon defects, losses, and wants in the Indies, and debts due to East India Company, 243, p. 262. -, -, to make estimate of estate in Europe and East Indies, p. 338, 838, p. 671. -, beadles, 110. -, -, election of, p. 429. -, -, wages of, 472, p. 429. -, -, see also Grimstone, John (deceased). Spiller, John. Tiggins, Thos. Wight, Thos. -, book keepers, 685. -, -, election of, p. 524. -, -, see also Ellam, Andrew. -, bargeman, see Chambers, Edm. -, brewer, see Morgan, Edw. -, carpenters, see Ship Carpenters. -, coopers, order for reducing the number of, 547. -, cashiers, 393. -, -, see also Guy, Richard. -, coachmaker, see Stanford, Rich. -, names of the Presidents of factors of, see Bix, Richard. Hawley, Henry. Hoare, Wm. Keridge, Thos. Rastell, Thos. Wylde, Rich. -, -, wages of, p. 319. -, names of factors (16251629), 153 persons, viz.: Aldworth, Thos. (Agra). Allen, Richard (Acheen). Antill, John (Surat, Persia). Baker, Geo. Banggam, Edward (Batavia). " John (Lahore). " Nicholas (chief, Surat). Barber, Hen. (Baroach). " Rich, (chief, Brodera, Baroach, Surat). Barker, John. " Thos. (Gombroon, Ispahan). Beale, Thos. (Mocha). Bell, Peter. " Wm. (Batavia, Persia). Benthall, John (Gombroon). Beryman, John (Persia). Bickell, John (Batavia). Bickerton, Edward. Bickes, Nic. (Armagon). Biddulph, Wm. (Surat). Bix, Rich. (Batavia). Blackden, Crisp. (Surat). Bogan, Chris. (chief, Jambi). Boothby, Rich. (Surat). Bright, Thos. Browne, John. Bruen, Geo. (Jacatra, Armagon). Burt, Wm. (chief, Persia). Cartwright, John (Acheen). " Ralph (Agra). Cave, Cecil. Chapman, Edw. (Armagon). Clement, Gregory (Surat, Agra). Clitherow, Robt. (Surat). Cockram, Joseph (Batavia). Coggins, Andrew (Macassar). Colbach, Jonas (chief, Jambi, Lagundy). Cooper, John (Acheen). " Rich. Coward, John (Acheen, Jambi). Croft, Rich. (Jambi). Darrell, Henry (Persia). Davies, John. Dent, John. Denton, Adam. Dodd, John. Dodsworth, Henry. Ducie, Henry (Acheen). Duke, Mat. (Masulipatam). Eaton, Wm. (Japan). Fall, Wm. (Mocha). Fowkes, Art. (Armagon). Fremling, Wm. (Agra). Futter, Fras. Gibson, Wm. (Surat, Persia). Glanvile, John (Surat). Glasscock, Hen. (Surat). Gonnings, John (Lagundy). Goodwin, John (Lahore). Graves, Hen. (Ahmedabad). Hammersley, Hugh. Harison, Philip. Harris, Edward (Jambi). " Thos. (Jambi). Hasellwood, Rich. (Lagundy). Hawley, Henry (Lagundy, President, Batavia). Hayes, Robt. (Lagundy). Hayward, John. Henley, Lawr. (Armagon, Masulipatam). Heynes, Edward (Surat, Persia). Hoare, Wm. (Surat, chief, Batavia). Hobbes, Giles (Persia). Hodges, John. Hopkinson, Jos. (chief, Ahmedabad, Surat). Hudson, Rich. (Golconda). Hunter, John. Hutchinson, Robt. James, Giles. Johnson, John (Persia). " Robt. (chief, Jambi). " " (Mocha). " Thos. (Acheen, Armagon). Jourdain, John. Joyce, Thos. (Surat). Keridge, Thos. (President, Surat). Knightley, Wm. (Mocha). Lancaster, Rich. Leachland, John. Loftus, Robt. (Persia). Man, Eustace (chief Baroach). Martin, Malachi (Macassar). " Wm. (Surat, Bantam). Mills, Thos. (Masulipatam). Moore, Benj. Mountney, Nat. (Ahmedabad). Mundy, Peter (Surat). Muschamp, Geo. (Persia, Batavia, Bantam). Norris, John (Baroach, Surat). Offley, Justinian (Agra). " Thos. Oliver, Jas. (Mocha). Owen, David. Page, George (Surat). Payna, Jeronimo de (Persia). Pettus, Geo. Preddis, Rich. (Surat). Price, Wm. (Brodera). Purefie, John (Ispahan). Randall, Robt. (Masulipatam). Rastell, Thos. (Surat, President). Reade, Christ. (Lagundy). " Sam. (Japara). Robinson, Geo. " Henry (Batavia). " Richard. " Thos. (Acheen). Russell, John (Bantam). Sayer, Edmund. Scudamore Edward, (Surat). Shapley, Wm. (Jambi). Short, Henry (Macassar). Sill, Henry (chief, Jambi). Skibbowe, John (Surat). Smith, Geo. (Ispahan). Staverton, Thos. (Jambi). Steele, Rich. (Batavia). Steventon, Marmaduke. Strethay, John (Surat, Persia). Suger, Jeremy (Bantam). Swanley, Rich. Taylor, Thos. (Bantam). Temple, Thos. (Bantam). Thornborough, Thos. Tottell, Robt. (Surat, Persia). Traiford, Edw. (Acheen). Varneworthy, Ant. (Bantam). Walker, John (chief, Macassar). Waterman, Giles (Jambi). Webb, Wm. (Jambi). Weekes, Andrew. West, Nat. (Brodera, Surat). Wheatley, Thos. (Macassar). Wick, Nathaniel (Ahmedabad, Surat). Wilkinson, Geo. (Persia). Williamson, Geo. (Persia). Willoughby, Geo. (chief, Acheen). " John (Surat). Withers, Wm. (Jambi). Woder, Robt. (Gombroon, Ispahan). Woolman, Henry (Acheen, chief). Wylde, Rich. (Surat). Yeo, Edward (Lagundy). Young, John. " Robt. (Lahore, Surat). -, factors of, 34, 40, pp. 2930, 84, 149, 157, 197, 205, 208, 210, 241, 260, 313, p. 210, p. 212, p. 220, p. 279, 412, 414, p. 371, p. 374, p. 445, 670, 762, 771, p. 592, p. 625, 856. -, -, list of names of, 74, 796. -, -, -, submitted to Governor Abbott, p. 306. -, -, -, presented by Mr. Ellam, p. 625. -, -, want of able and experienced, 248, pp. 2734, pp. 3734, p. 377, p. 446. -, -, factories lie dead for want of men, p. 87. -, -, President Hawley's remarks upon, and the great care needed in the choice of, p. 153. -, -, those of good breeding to be sent out, p. 97. -, -, civil and orderly demeanour of, p. 150. -, -, their powers, p. 206. -, -, printed laws and instructions necessary for, p. 374. -, -, desire a statute book for guidance in civil and criminal cases, 818. -, -, those sent out unserviceable, p. 274. -, -, complaints against, p. 452, 580. -, -, negligence and folly of 243, p. 157, p. 272. -, -, East India Company's advice and caution to, 580. -, -, displaced and punished, pp. 3678. -, -, imprisoned (in irons) in Surat, 56, 139, 149, 592. -, -, released, 327. -, -, the Governor and Committee much offended with, 462. -, -, how to dispose of, p. 622. -, -, charges for all, p. 671. -, -, their advantages by saving of customs, p. 159. -, -, great abuse of, in lending the Company's money at interest, which is employed for private trade, p. 415, p. 451. -, -, have never sent home in any one year but 150,000 ryals, p. 500. -, -, debate about dissolving and reducing the number of, p. 285. -, -, private trade of, p. 72, p. 78, 229, 250, p. 183, 304, p. 203, p. 207, 373, p. 267, p. 286, 390, p. 318, 440, p. 381, 495, p. 408, p. 415, p. 421, 564, 567, 590, 620, p. 486, 633, 635, 655, 730, 766, pp. 5956, p. 606, 799, p. 630, 800, 8256, 830, 832, 848. -, -, letters written to prevent, p. 335. -, -, bonds required against, 3. -, -, fines for, p. 302, p. 347, p. 355. -, -, suits in Chancery against, pp. 3356, see their suits in Chancery, &c. (General Index), p. 739. -, -, article between Batavia and Surat for private trade in, 631, 633. -, -, wages of, p. 29, 57, 231, p. 124 (2), 241, 282, 285, 289, p. 206, p. 265, p. 267, 385, p. 306, p. 309, 395, p. 319, 409, p. 331 (2), 480, 538, 547, 592, 601, 603, 605 (2), p. 484, p. 551, 777, p. 612, 793, p. 625, 802. -, -, wills and estates of, p. 30. -, husband, see Preachers. -, -, election of, p. 524. -, ministers, see Preachers. -, -, physician, see Bradshawe, Philip. -, -, porters, 156, 262, 330, 341, 547, see also Garland, Francis. Horsey, Wm. Marlowe, Wm. Robins, . Shepheard, Giles. Walker, Wm. Wilkinson, Thos. -, -, election of, 156. -, -, order for reduction of number of, 547. -, preachers, 762, see also Friday, Thos. Fuller, . Harvie, John (not employed). Hatch, Arthur. Rynde, Jas. Williams, Lewis. Woolhouse, John. -, -, text chosen for sermon by, 277. -, -, sermon preached before, 768. -, -, wages of, 241, 538. -, proctor, see Williamson, Richard. -, purser, the general, p. 378. -, pursers, p. 127, p. 156, p. 257, p. 336, p. 408, p. 628, 810. -, -, election of, p. 267, 522. -, -, commission and instruction to, pp. 2623, 375. -, -, Commission to a land purser, see Cobb, Nath. -, -, President Hawley's remarks upon, p. 153. -, -, all purser's affairs to be kept in one volume and sent home yearly, p. 156. -, -, orders to for unlading ships, p. 257. -, -, -, for seizing goods (private trade), 798. -, -, order against the excessive gain of ryals made by, p. 263, 375. -, -, deductions from wages of, for building the East India Company's Hospital, 480. -, home purser, 522. -, remembrancer, see Cappur, John. -, secretaries, p. 133. -, -, election of, 110, p. 524. -, -, see also Bacon, Robt. Sadler, Fras. Sherburne, Edw. -, solicitors, see Acton, Wm., Tichborne, . -, surgeons, p. 230, p. 240, 416, 802. -, -, insufficiency of, p. 453. -, -, about their chests, 262, p. 173, 409, 538, see also Booth, Wm. Brook. Edw. Charley, Edw. Darrell, John. Garland, Phil. Harris, Ralph. Headley, John. Hitch, Henry. Hodges, Thos. Kidwell, Wm. Lord, Alex. Morgan, Geo. Pearce, Wm. Pickering, Robt. Simonds, Bart. Turner, Geo. Wilson, Edward. " John. Woodall, Wm. -, treasurers, 37, p. 218. -, -, election of, 157, 337, 457. -, -, debate upon gratifications to, pp. 199200. -, -, see also Bateman, Robt. Harrison, Thos. Stone, Wm. -, sub-treasurers, p. 240. -, warehouses, committees for the, p. 224, p. 268, 565, 696, 806, p. 641, 821, 842, 844. -, warehouse keepers, 135, 149, 156, 361, p. 308, p. 321, see also Chauncey, Thos. -, -, appointment of, p. 69. -, -, orders for keeping the accounts of, p. 243. -, warehouse books, p. 331. -, writers, list of names of, 796. -, note of the yearly charge of officers and servants wages, 364. -, consideration about reducing servants and their salaries, 639, 642. -, order for dismission of unnecessary servants of, p. 338, 547. -, -, names of those discharged, 642. -, private trade of those employed by (see also Factors), 211, 227, p. 125, 262, p. 195, 341, p. 242, pp. 25960, p. 263, pp. 2689, p. 271, p. 276, 381, 383, p. 279, 386, 390, p. 301, p. 305, 393, p. 321, 412, 414, p. 329, p. 331, 425, 427, p. 381, p. 408, p. 415, 565, p. 429, p. 446, pp. 4512, 580, 588, 590, p. 504, 687, 752, 760, 766, 768, p. 596, p. 612, 793, 798, 806, 818, 8389. -, -, amounting to tons weight of indigo, cotton wool, pepper, calicoes, &c., p. 269, 386, 398. -, -, cloth brought out by private men sold at base prices, p. 271. -, -, goods received into Custom House at one door and carried out at another, p, 259. -, -, proposition of Governor Abbott concerning, pp. 3189. -, -, observations concerning, p. 446, p. 629. -, -, regulations concerning, 613, 620. -, -, examinations concerning, p. 51. -, -, law suits against, p. 280, p. 303, p. 336, p. 342, see also East India Company, their suits in Chancery, &c. -, -, must not be purged by too violent medicines, p. 596. -, -, the King's proclamation prohibiting, 599. -, -, -, fees for, 588, 597. -, -, about the King's proclamation against, 427 (2), pp. 3412, p. 349, 442, 585, 597, 613, 620, p. 483. -, -, about freight for, p. 269, 379, p. 612. -, gratuities to the poor and sick, to widows and fatherless children, and to those maimed in the service of, 189, p. 195, p. 206, p. 207, p. 230, p. 252, 369, p. 266, p. 268, 379 (2), 381, 384, pp. 2801, pp. 2867, p. 305, p. 317, 412, pp. 3412, pp. 3478, p. 360, 456, 467, p. 423, 611, 618, 648, 679, 731, 752, 756, p. 605, p. 622, 806, 810, 825. -, -, opinion of East India Company in reference to, p. 308. -, -, other gratuities, presents, and new year's gifts from, p. 85, 185, 231, p. 127, 359, p. 262, p. 283 (2), p. 286, p. 301 (2), p. 305, 409, 414, 416, p. 348, pp. 3545, 458, 470, 475, 478, 510, 538, 545, p. 415, p. 419. p. 423, 565, p. 429, 567, 569, p. 432 (2), p. 450, p. 465, p. 485, 639, 655, 679, 701, 705, 747, 756, 766 (2), 768, 770, p. 592, 798, 802, 835, 839, 846, 848. -, -, debate whether to continue, p. 289. -, account of moneys paid in and found in poor box, 245, 285, pp. 3356, 474. -, the poor box slenderly remembered, p. 127. -, money lent to poor box, 418. -, about building a hospital, also a chapel for maimed or decayed persons in service of, 285, 425, p. 348, 442, 451 (2), 453, 467, 470, 474, 480. -, house and ground bought for, 440, p. 348. -, petitions for employment, increase or payment of wages, to 1625: pp. 1315. 1626: pp. 2907. 1627: pp. 4336. 1628: pp. 5989. 1629: pp. 6967. -, a Black Book kept to register all complaints out of the Indies against those employed by, p. 261, p. 279, p. 423, 564, 724, p. 592. -, wages of persons employed by, 69, p. 126, 241, 262, p. 244, 365, p. 267, p. 268, p. 282 (2), p. 286, p. 306, 470, 522, 547, 572, p. 448, 611, 642, 758, 760, 817, 839, 841, 846. -, -, monthly pay to wives of, p. 242. -, -, reduced, account of, 642. -, have not above 30 servants at home, p. 285. -, their servants in more esteem than ever, p, 659. -, account of men deceased and their wills sent from East Indies to, 568. -, Court minutes of 1625: 3, 7, 10, 12, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 34, 40, 43, 45, 51, 55, 59, 65, 69, 73, 76, 80, 82, 84, 87, 89, 91, 93, 96, 103, 105, 110, 116, 118, 124, 127, 131, 135, 137, 141, 143, 145, 147, 149, 152, 156, 157, 160, 163, 165, 167, 185, 187, 189, 191, 198, 201, 203, 205, 211, 217, 219, 2279, 231, 234. 1626: 241, 243, 245, 248, 249, 251, 254, 256, 258, 260, 262, 264, 265, 273, 277, 280, 282, 284, 285, 287, 289, 292, 294, 300, 304, 307, 313, 315, 3179, 321, 327, 330, 333, 335, 337, 340, 343, 350, 353, 355, 357, 359, 361, 364, 365, 367, 369, 371, 373, 375, 377, 379, 381, 383, 384, 386, 390. 1627: 391, 393, 395, 398, 403, 406, 409, 412, 414, 416, 418, 420, 424, 425, 427, 429, 431, 433, 440, 442, 444, 448, 451, 463, 4568, 460, 465, 467, 470, 472, 474, 475, 478, 480, 482, 483, 485, 488, 495, 501, 510, 522, 527, 534, 538, 542, 545, 547, 550, 555, 556, 558, 560, 564, 465, 567, 569. 1628: 572, 578, 580, 582, 585, 588, 590, 592, 594, 597, 601, 6035, 607, 611, 613, 618, 620, 624, 626, 631, 633, 635, 637, 639, 642, 648, 652, 655, 656, 658, 660, 661, 663, 6657, 66970, 672, 6779, 681, 6835, 6879, 692, 696, 697, 701, 705, 713, 717, 722, 7245, 728, 731, 733, 736, 738, 739, 741, 743, 745, 747, 749, 752, 754, 756, 75862, 7646, 76872. 1629: 776780, 783, 787, 790, 7935, 7978, 8002, 8046, 808, 810, 812, 814, 817, 819, 821, 822, 825, 826, 828, 832, 835, 836, 838, 839, 841, 842, 844, 846850. -, a greater assembly than at any time seen at a general court of, 656. -, hours of attendance, 205. -, -, fine for not keeping, 205. -, not be revealed or their secrets published, p. 41, 564 (2). -, debate whether to produce court minutes not registered which relate many private passages with the King and the Duke of Buckingham, p. 174. -, -, no courts held on account of the sickness, 167. -, -, Smethwike's unbeseeming carriage at a General Court, 567. -, -, charges for printing tickets to warn general courts, 453. -, -, orders concerning the entering of, 666. -, debate concerning quarter courts, 847. -, fines for non-attendance at the general courts of, 93, 157, 228. -, debate on request of 100 of the generality to summon a general court, 639, 642, 656. -, minutes of general courts of sales 1625: 230. 1626: 258, p. 194, 338, p. 242. 1627: 393, 449. 1628: 604, 767. 1629: 803. -, -, petitions against their proceedings and debates thereon, 77986. -, sales of commodities, with names of purchasers and the prices, 230, 258, p. 194, p. 242, 393, 449. -, penalties for selling goods in town instead of shipping same, 262. -, ill-conditioned commodities cannot be sold by the candle, p. 206. -, their stores in yards watched every night with loaded muskets, p. 408. -, letters and petitions from 1625: 8, 13, 14, 28, 61, 70, 85, 99, 129, 166, 182, 202. 1626: 250, 255, 265, 297, 316. II., 325, 331, 334, 342. 1627: 404. 1628: 609, 633, 706. I., 711, 775. 1629: 811, 824, 867. -, the King prevents their intended petition being exhibited for protection against Hollanders, 678. -, concerning the petition of East India Company to Parliament, 633, 635, 637, 639, p. 496, p. 500, p. 502, 659, p. 507. -, -, printing same, 677. -, -, letters to 1625: 568, 119, 121, 123, 168, 186. 1626: 316. I., 320, 332, 340, 349, 378. 1627: 397, 399, 417, 461, 466, 551, 566, 568. 1628: 573, 732, 734. 1629: 829, 865, 866. -, admission of free brethren of 1625: p. 131, p. 137. 1626: p. 218, p. 252, p. 298. 1627: p. 436. 1628: 677, 768, 770, p. 600. 1629: 795, 798, 802, 804, pp. 6978. -, -, desire of merchants and shopkeepers to be free of, p. 194. -, -, fines for the freedom of, 91, p. 137, p. 194, 317, 319, 393 (2). -, -, -, to which stock they should be paid, p. 607, 779. -, -, refused, 229, 787. East India House, letters dated from 316. II., 711. Eaton, Wm., 210, 266, 373, p. 266, p. 286, 416. -, -, examination of, p. 276. -, (of Dover), 248, p. 227, p. 232, p. 234. Ebony, 449, p. 451, 594. Echell, Sam., p. 125. Edell Shaw, King of Dabul, p. 440. Edesforth, , p. 328. Edge, Isaac, p. 69, p. 438. Edgebury, , 556. Edlyn, John, p. 598. Edmonds, Chas., p. 302, p. 341, pp. 4367, p. 699. Edmondes, Sir Clement, p. 437. -, Lady, p. 437. -, Sir Thos., treasurer of the King's household, p. 41, 128. -, Rich., 172. -, Simon, p. 218. Edmonton, letter dated from, 181. Edney, Nicholas, 289. Eduardo, Signor Padre, 396. Edward, the, 687, p. 577, 743, 758, 780. Edward and John, the, p. 535. Edwardes, John, p. 599. -, -, Eedy, his wife, p. 599. -, Rich., p. 136, p. 298 (3), p. 437. -, Robt., p. 136, 335, 393, 460, 738. Edwardson, Robt., p. 434. Eeds, , p. 240. Egerton, John, Earl of Bridgewater, p. 252, p. 496. -, Stephen, p. 438. Egglesfield, , 611, 796. Egham, 728. Eindraght, the, p. 98. Eldred, John, p. 697. -, -, jun., p. 437. Elephant (Dutch ship), the, p. 96. Elephants, p. 444. -, teeth, 7, p. 28, p. 95, 189, 191, 258, p. 272, p. 287, p. 315, p. 379, p. 380, p. 441, p. 446, p. 455, 679, p. 683. -, -, customs on, p. 35. -, -, price of (risen from 7l. 10s. to 13l. 10s. per cwt.), p. 455, 683. -, -, stolen, 577, p. 599. Elgar, John, p. 599. Elias, John, the Persian, 377, 431, 655. Elizabeth, Queen, p. 31, 352. Elizabeth, the, 21, 205, p. 151. -, repairs to, 80, 229. -, whether to break up or sell, p. 203, 333. -, about sale of, p. 220, 341, p. 232, p. 234, 355, 357, p. 241, p. 348. Ellam, Andrew, book keeper to East India Company, 7, 40, 147, 156, 211, p. 125, p. 140, 294, p. 206, pp. 2423, 365, p. 250, p. 256, 373, p. 264, p. 279, 409, p. 328, 556, p. 451, p. 454, 582, 601, 724, p. 560, 760, 772, p. 592, 790, p. 625, 817, 846. -, his salary, 642, 841. -, his children, p. 280. -, his nephew, 808. Ellerton, Robt., p. 134, 273, 335. Ellesmore, John, master of the Charles and the Coaster, p. 208, 345, 556, p. 450, p. 486, p. 496, 701, 758, p. 599, p. 605, 804. -, -, his wages, 569, 590, 701, 758. -, Jane, his wife, 701. Elliott, John, 172, p. 156, 379, p. 296. -, -, his estate, p. 279, p. 280. -, Peter, p. 132, p. 135. -, -, his son, p. 132, p. 135. Ellis, Aaron, p. 296. Ellyott or Elliott, Thos., 118, p. 69, p. 281. -, his wages, p. 281. Elm chests, 241. Elmer, , p. 296. Elrington, Edward, gratuities to (for translating Purchas into Latin), 458, 470. -, petition of, 470. Elwaies, John, p. 634, p. 698. Elwes, Henry, 460, p. 699. Ely, Capt., 183. Embroiderer, apprentice to an, 692. Emeralds, p. 28, 132, 134, 151, 183, 241, 243, 251, 288, p. 315, p. 379, p. 441. -, price of, p. 129, 243, 251, 260. Enchusen, 102, 161, 174. England 1625: 10, 19, 30, 36, 39, pp. 289, 61, 78, 89, 117, 127, 133, p. 69, 141, p. 87, 183, p. 96, p. 98, 208, 209, 221, 233, 235. 1626: p. 146, p. 150, 257, 260, 2667, 274, 286, p. 184, 316, p. 209, 329, pp. 2123, p. 220, p. 252, 368, p. 378. 1627: 391, p. 302, p. 329, 428, 430, 435, 461, p. 368, p. 376, p. 380, 536, 541, 554. 1628: p. 440, p. 451, 590, 605, 6156, 638, 659, 664, 671, 673, 682, 694, 702, 706. IV., 716, pp. 5501, 718, 720, 72931, p. 564, 734, 737, 742, 748, 751, 758. 1629: 776, 786, 791, pp. 6212, 818, 823, p. 659, 854, 876. -, ships bound to and from, 108, 111, 121, p. 61, 210, p. 208, 358, p. 442, p. 448, p. 685. -, about times of relading for, p. 683. -, master gunner of, see Reynolds, . -, treaties between Spain and, 324. -, her dependence is on cloth, p. 372. -, the best powder made in, p. 596. Ent, Josias, p. 137. Entrance, the, 27, 490. Erith, 21, 147, 185, 203, 229, 243, 262, 265, pp. 2567, pp. 25960, 373, p. 269, p. 281, p. 286, 390, 393, p. 423, 5645, 580, 601, 731, 745, 747, 754, p, 607, 779, p. 621. Esmare, John, 520. Essex, 564. Esson, Robt., p. 134. Europe, 30, 41, 44, 46, p. 96, p. 97, p. 98, 209, 211, p. 149, pp. 1512, p. 154, 267, p. 208, p. 210, 358, 382, pp. 3678, pp. 3723, 462, 580, 617, 622, 629, p. 516, p. 629, 824, 861. Eustace, Robt., p. 133. Evans, Abraham, p. 290. -, -, his son, p. 290. -, Andrew, p. 4, p. 134, p. 203, p. 232, p. 234, 319. p. 238, 359, p. 256, p. 282, 391, pp. 3023, p. 433, p. 481, 763, 830. -, -, petition of, p. 294. -, Ann, widow of, p. 134, p. 290, p. 433 (2). Evelyn, John, 25, 65, 75, 110, 116, 131, 147, 171, p. 124, p. 219, p. 360, p. 437, 752, 868. -, his overtures and contracts for powder, 149, 156, 171, p. 252, p. 318, 460. -, -, petition of, 570. -, his illness, 147. Everitt, Henry, p. 434. Exchange, the (Royal), 53, p. 69, 165, 203, 211, 258, 262, 341, 365, p. 258, pp. 3056, p. 308, 420, 442, p. 354, 475, p. 483, 658, p. 555, 733, 765, p. 636, 808, p. 696. -, (ship) the, 21, 76, 80, 84, 89, p. 69, 187, 189, 219, 229, p. 133, 241, 248, 254, p. 151, 260, 262, 264, p. 178, p. 252, p. 262, 378, p. 271, p. 287, pp. 2912, p. 367, p. 375, p. 409, p. 415 5656, p. 442, p. 444, p. 452, 602, p. 500, 725, 732, 736, 738, 748, pp. 5945, p. 628, 829, p. 685. -, master of, see Moreton, Capt. Mat. -, purser of, see Henley Lawrence. -, purser's mate, see King, Rich. -, steward of, see Uarlowe, Jas. -, not to be launched, 163. -, outward bound, 191, 201, 262 (2). -, speedy lading of, 227. -, in Swally Road, 566. Exchequer, Barons of the, p. 140, 256, 560, 603, 624, p. 485. -, Chancellor of, see Weston, Sir Rich. Exeter, 335. Expedition, the, p. 140, 254, 262, 277, 292, 301, 3045, 307, 311, p. 194, 3167, p. 198, 318, 325, p. 218, p. 368, p. 376, 466, 481, 509, 551, 562, 569, 572, p. 447, pp. 4512, 580, p. 455, 582, 585, 588, 590, 594, p. 465, 6012, 605, 613, 618, 620, 629, 631, p. 496, 655, p. 500, p. 556, 748, 763, p. 594, p. 595, p. 598, 791, p. 628, p. 630, 829. -, a Dutch ship bought by East India Company to be named, 241. -, price of, 241. -, masters of, see Bowen, Adam. Hall, Capt. John. Jesson, Randall. Watts, Thos. -, mates of, Arnold, John; Ellesmore, John, Head, John. -, purser of, Samuel, John. -, purser's mates of, Davis, John; Powle, Edw. -, steward of, see Wallis, Thos. -, steward's mates of, Henshaw, Wm.; Hutchins, Hugh. -, inventory of writings sent by, p. 378. -, arrest of goods on, 578. -, sailed from Batavia to England in less than five months, p. 454. -, outward bound, p. 483, p. 485. Eyans, Thos., p. 438. Eynes, Auditor to East India Company, 145. Eyres, Chris, (deceased), 157, p. 106, p. 341, 538. -, funeral of, 23. -, his estate, 555, p. 634. -, his wife and brothers, p. 341, 538, see also Wortley, Lady. -, Robt., his brother, 538. -, Wm., his brother, 538.