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Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The voyage and travell of M. Caesar Fredericke, Marchant of Venice, into the East India, and beyond the Indies. Wherein are conteined the customes and rites of those countries, the merchandises and commodities, aswell of golde and silver, as spices, drugges, pearles, and other jewels: translated out of Italian by M. Thomas Hickocke. (search)
any marchant for either of these two places. There goe small shippes of the Moores thither, which come from the coast of Java , and change or guild their commodities in the kingdom of Assa , and these be the Maces, Cloves, and Nutmegs, which go forda, with the lading of fine cloth, and every sort of Bumbast cloth. Sonda is an Iland of the Moores neere to the coast of Java , and there they lade Pepper for China . The ship that goeth every yeere from the Indies to China , is called the ship of Cauchinchina. The Benjamin commeth from the kingdome of Assi and Sion . Long peper groweth in Bengala, Pegu , and Java . Muske commeth from Tartaria, which they make in this order, as by good information I have bene told. There is a certants that is called Chiappe, commeth from Bezeneger. Those that be pointed naturally come from the land of Delly, and from Java , but the Diamants of Java are more waightie then the other. I could never understand from whence they that are called Bal
use that going thither, they shal not have where to lade their goods of returne; and besides this, the captaine will not cary any marchant for either of these two places. There goe small shippes of the Moores thither, which come from the coast of Java , and change or guild their commodities in the kingdom of Assa , and these be the Maces, Cloves, and Nutmegs, which go for the streights of Mecca . The voiages that the king of Portugall granteth to his nobles are these, of China and Japan , from China to Japan , and from Japan to China , and from China to the Indies, and the voyage of Bengala, Maluco, and Sonda, with the lading of fine cloth, and every sort of Bumbast cloth. Sonda is an Iland of the Moores neere to the coast of Java , and there they lade Pepper for China . The ship that goeth every yeere from the Indies to China , is called the ship of Drugs, because she carieth divers drugs of Cambaia, but the greatest part of her lading is silver. From Malacca to China is eighte
ot into these parts : for that in India they consume great store, and that is very deare. The good Lignum Aloes commeth from Cauchinchina. The Benjamin commeth from the kingdome of Assi and Sion . Long peper groweth in Bengala, Pegu , and Java . Muske commeth from Tartaria, which they make in this order, as by good information I have bene told. There is a certaine beast in Tartaria, which is wilde and as big as a wolfe, which beast they take alive, & beat him to death with small stavgotten in the kingdome of Pegu . The Diamants come from divers places; and I know but three sorts of them. That sort of Diamants that is called Chiappe, commeth from Bezeneger. Those that be pointed naturally come from the land of Delly, and from Java , but the Diamants of Java are more waightie then the other. I could never understand from whence they that are called Balassi come. Pearles they fish in divers places, as before in this booke is showne. From Cambaza commeth the Spodiom whic
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, A declaration of the places from whence the goods subscribed doe come. (search)
A declaration of the places from whence the goods subscribed doe come. CLOVES, from Maluco, Tarenate, Amboina , by way of Java . Nutmegs, from Banda. Maces from Banda, Java , and Malacca. Pepper Gawrie, from Cochin. Pepper common, from Malabar. Sinnamon, from Seilan. Tinne, from Malacca. Sandals wilde, from Cochin. Sandales domestick, from Malacca. Verzini, from S. Thomas, and from China . Spicknard, from Zindi, and Lahor . Quicksilver, from China . Galls, from Cambaia, Bengala, Istria & SyriJava , and Malacca. Pepper Gawrie, from Cochin. Pepper common, from Malabar. Sinnamon, from Seilan. Tinne, from Malacca. Sandals wilde, from Cochin. Sandales domestick, from Malacca. Verzini, from S. Thomas, and from China . Spicknard, from Zindi, and Lahor . Quicksilver, from China . Galls, from Cambaia, Bengala, Istria & Syria . Ginger Dabulin, from Dabul. Ginger Belledin, from the Countrie within Cambaia. Ginger Sorattin, from Sorat within Cambaia. Ginger Mordassi, from Mordas within Cambaia. Ginger Meckin, from Mecca . Mirabolans of all sorts, from Cambaia. White sucket from Zindi, Cambaia and China . Corcunia, from divers places of India. Corall of Levant, from Malabar. Chomin, from Balsara. Requitria, from Arabia Felix. Garble of Nutmegs from Banda. Sal Armoniacke, from Zindi and Cambaia. Zedoari, from divers p
ore East in passing the gulfe of Bengala, and so passed the notable and famous river of Ganges, where hee hath his fall into the maine Ocean, under the tropike of Cancer, and to the Cape of Malaca, and unto the great and large Islands of Sumatra, Java major, Java minor, Mindanao, Palobane, Celebes , Gilolo, Tidore, Mathin, Borneo , Machian, Terenate, and all other the Islands of Molucques and Spiceries, and so East alongst the coasts of Cathaia, to the portes of China , Zaiton and Quinsay, anJava minor, Mindanao, Palobane, Celebes , Gilolo, Tidore, Mathin, Borneo , Machian, Terenate, and all other the Islands of Molucques and Spiceries, and so East alongst the coasts of Cathaia, to the portes of China , Zaiton and Quinsay, and to the Island of Zipango and Japan , situate in the East, in 37. degrees of Septentrionall latitude and in 195. of longitude. These are their noble and worthie discoveries. Here also is not to bee forgotten, that in the yere of our Lord, 1501. that famous and worthy gentleman Americus Vespucius did discover, people, and plant to their use the holdes and forts which they have in Brasill, of whom (he being but a private gentleman) the whole countrey or firme land of the West Indies, is commonl
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The seventh Chapter sheweth that the planting there, is not a matter of such charge or difficultie, as many would make it seeme to be. (search)
ore East in passing the gulfe of Bengala, and so passed the notable and famous river of Ganges, where hee hath his fall into the maine Ocean, under the tropike of Cancer, and to the Cape of Malaca, and unto the great and large Islands of Sumatra, Java major, Java minor, Mindanao, Palobane, Celebes , Gilolo, Tidore, Mathin, Borneo , Machian, Terenate, and all other the Islands of Molucques and Spiceries, and so East alongst the coasts of Cathaia, to the portes of China , Zaiton and Quinsay, anJava minor, Mindanao, Palobane, Celebes , Gilolo, Tidore, Mathin, Borneo , Machian, Terenate, and all other the Islands of Molucques and Spiceries, and so East alongst the coasts of Cathaia, to the portes of China , Zaiton and Quinsay, and to the Island of Zipango and Japan , situate in the East, in 37. degrees of Septentrionall latitude and in 195. of longitude. These are their noble and worthie discoveries. Here also is not to bee forgotten, that in the yere of our Lord, 1501. that famous and worthy gentleman Americus Vespucius did discover, people, and plant to their use the holdes and forts which they have in Brasill, of whom (he being but a private gentleman) the whole countrey or firme land of the West Indies, is commonl
Certaine wordes of the naturall language of Java , learned and observed by our men there. Sabucpassed through the Straights of Java minor and Java major, wee came to an ancker under the Southwe and purposed to goe to Malaca . The people of Java tolde our Generall that there were certaine Poy contented these Portugals, and the people of Java which brought us victuals in their Canoas, thehat mightie and vaste Sea, betweene the yle of Java and the maine of Africa , observing the heaven Negros, & one which was borne in the yland of Java , which tolde us that the East Indian fleete, wom the cape of Batochina unto the West head of Java minor, the course is Southwest and by South, Ne West end of Java minor unto the East end of Java major, the course is West and by North, and nd of Pannay and the West end of the island of Java . minor. Item, The first day of March wee pana. Item, You may anker at the East end of Java major in 16 fadoms water, and an Eastsoutheast[12 more...]
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The famous voyage of Sir Francis Drake into the South sea, and therehence about the whole Globe of the earth, begun in the yeere of our Lord, 1577. (search)
e provisions, great store of Elephants, Oisters upon trees of one kind, spawning and increasing infinitely, the Oister suffering no budde to grow. We departed thence the 24. day. We arrived in England the third of November 1580. being the third yeere of our departure. The names of the Kings or Princes of Java at the time of our English mens being there. Raja Donaw.Raja Tymbanton. Raja Rabacapala.Raja Mawgbange. Raja Bacabatra.Raja Patimara. Certaine wordes of the naturall language of Java , learned and observed by our men there. Sabuck, silke. Sagu, bread of the Countrey. Larnike, drinke. Paree, ryce in the huske. Braas, sodden ryce. Calapa, Cocos. Cricke, a dagger. Catcha, a looking glasse. Arbo, an oxe. Vados, a goate. Cabo , golde. Gardange, a plantane. Totopps, one of their caps. Hiam, a henne. Sevit, linnen cloth. Doduck, blew cloth. Gula, blacke sugar. Tadon, a woman. Bebeck, a ducke. Anjange, a deere. Popran, oyntment. Coar, the head. Endam, raine. Jonge, a
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, Certaine wordes of the naturall language of Java , learned and observed by our men there. (search)
Certaine wordes of the naturall language of Java , learned and observed by our men there. Sabuck, silke. Sagu, bread of the Countrey. Larnike, drinke. Paree, ryce in the huske. Braas, sodden ryce. Calapa, Cocos. Cricke, a dagger. Catcha, a looking glasse. Arbo, an oxe. Vados, a goate. Cabo , golde. Gardange, a plantane. Totopps, one of their caps. Hiam, a henne. Sevit, linnen cloth. Doduck, blew cloth. Gula, blacke sugar. Tadon, a woman. Bebeck, a ducke. Anjange, a deere. Popran, oyntment. Coar, the head. Endam, raine. Jonge, a shippe. Chay, the sea. Sapelo, ten in number. Dopolo, twentie. Treda, no. Lau, understand you. Bayer, goe. Adadizano, I will fetch it. Suda, ynough.
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The admirable and prosperous voyage of the Worshipfull Master Thomas Candish of Trimley in the Countie of Suffolke Esquire, into the South sea, and from thence round about the circumference of the whole earth, begun in the yeere of our Lord 1586, and finished 1588. Written by Master Francis Pretty lately of Ey in Suffolke, a Gentleman employed in the same action. (search)
March having passed through the Straights of Java minor and Java major, wee came to an ancker under the Southwest parts of JJava major: where wee espied certaine of the people which were fishing by the sea side in a bay which was under the yland. Th to discover, and purposed to goe to Malaca . The people of Java tolde our Generall that there were certaine Portugals in th other side they declared unto us the state of the yland of Java . First the plentifulnes and great choise and store of victur we had fully contented these Portugals, and the people of Java which brought us victuals in their Canoas, they tooke their traversing that mightie and vaste Sea, betweene the yle of Java and the maine of Africa , observing the heavens, the Crosiewn and accompted for two thousand leagues from the yland of Java in the Portugall sea carts: but it is not so much almost byes which were Negros, & one which was borne in the yland of Java , which tolde us that the East Indian fleete, which were in
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