Browsing named entities in a specific section of Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation. Search the whole document.
Found 21 total hits in 7 results.
The Articles of the second priviledge delivered to Laurence Chapman, which are to be annexed unto the former priviledge. Item, that the merchants have free libertie, as in their first priviledge, to goe unto Gilan , and all other places of his dominions, now or hereafter when occasion shall be given. Item, if by misfortune any of their ships should breake, or fall upon any part of his dominions on the sea coast, his subjects to helpe with all speed to save the goods and to be delivered to any of the sayd merchants that liveth : or otherwise to be kept in safetie until any of them come to demaund them. Item, if any of the said merchants depart this life in any citie or towne, or on the high way, his governours there to see their goods safely kept, and to be delivered to any other of them that shall demand them. Item, the said merchants to take such camel-men as they themselves wil, being countrey people, and that no Kissell Bash do let or hinder them. And the said owners of the c