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Portugal (Portugal) (search for this): narrative 457
he contrary, they pay custome as abovesaid. And in this order the marchants pay of all the goods which come from any part of the Indies. But if they come from Ormuz to Goa with horses, they are not subject to pay any custome inward, nothwithstanding if they send all or any part thereof for any other place, or returne it to Ormuz , they pay the custome outward, although they could not sell. They use also in Goa amongst the common sort to bargaine for coales, wood, lime & such like, at so many braganines, accounting 24 basaruches for one braganine, albeit there is no such mony stamped. The custome of the Portugals is, that any Moore or Gentile, of what condition or state soever he be, may not depart from Goa to go within the land, without licence of certaine deputies deputed for that office, who (if they be Moores or Gentiles) doe set a seale upon the arme, having thereon the armes of Portugal , to be knowen of the porters of the citie, whether they have the said licence or no
Venice (Italy) (search for this): narrative 457
nd 8 larines, & the mana is 24 rotilos, so that the quintall of Goa is 128 rot. and every rot. is 16 ounces, which is of Venice weight 1 li. and a halfe, so that the quintall of Goa is 192 li. sotile Venice , which is 26 rotiloes 8 ounces Aleppine,Venice , which is 26 rotiloes 8 ounces Aleppine, and of London weight 132 li. English, as the weight of Ormuz . All the marchandize, spices and drugs, are sold by this quintal, except some drugs, as lignum de China, Galanga, & others, whereof they bargaine at so much per candill, advertising tha . There is also another weight which they call Marco , which is eight ounces or halfe a rotilo of Goa, & 9 ounces of Venice sotile: with this they weigh amber, corall, muske, ambracan, civet, and other fine wares. There is also another sort of weight called Mangiallino, which is 5 graines of Venice weight and therewith they weigh diamants and other jewels. Note that in Goa they use not to abate any tare of any goods, except of sacks or wraps, & therfore it requireth great advisemen
Goa (Goa, India) (search for this): narrative 457
GOA. The weight, measure, and mony currant in Goa. THE quintall of Goa is 5 manas, and 8 larines,eigh diamants and other jewels. Note that in Goa they use not to abate any tare of any goods, exit without any tare rebating. The measure of Goa is called a tode, which encreaseth upon the mea100 pikes of any measurable ware from thence to Goa, it is found 17 pikes 7 eight parts, and bringing 100 codes from Ormuz to Goa, there is found but 93 codes and one fourth part. There is alsthat are of small value. For the mony of Goa, there is a kind of mony made of lead and tin m of the good money ut supra. The custome of Goa is 8 in the 100 inward, and as much outward, an of the Indies. But if they come from Ormuz to Goa with horses, they are not subject to pay any cuhough they could not sell. They use also in Goa amongst the common sort to bargaine for coales,tion or state soever he be, may not depart from Goa to go within the land, without licence of certa[9 more...]
China (China) (search for this): narrative 457
fe a rotilo of Goa, & 9 ounces of Venice sotile: with this they weigh amber, corall, muske, ambracan, civet, and other fine wares. There is also another sort of weight called Mangiallino, which is 5 graines of Venice weight and therewith they weigh diamants and other jewels. Note that in Goa they use not to abate any tare of any goods, except of sacks or wraps, & therfore it requireth great advisement in buying of the goods, especially in the muske of Tartaria which commeth by way of China in bladders, and so weigh it without any tare rebating. The measure of Goa is called a tode, which encreaseth upon the measure of Babylon & Balsara after the rate of 17 & one eight part by the 100, so that bringing 100 pikes of any measurable ware from thence to Goa, it is found 17 pikes 7 eight parts, and bringing 100 codes from Ormuz to Goa, there is found but 93 codes and one fourth part. There is also the vare in Goa, which is just as the vare of Ormuz , and therewith they measu
Moore (United Kingdom) (search for this): narrative 457
the contrary, they pay custome as abovesaid. And in this order the marchants pay of all the goods which come from any part of the Indies. But if they come from Ormuz to Goa with horses, they are not subject to pay any custome inward, nothwithstanding if they send all or any part thereof for any other place, or returne it to Ormuz , they pay the custome outward, although they could not sell. They use also in Goa amongst the common sort to bargaine for coales, wood, lime & such like, at so many braganines, accounting 24 basaruches for one braganine, albeit there is no such mony stamped. The custome of the Portugals is, that any Moore or Gentile, of what condition or state soever he be, may not depart from Goa to go within the land, without licence of certaine deputies deputed for that office, who (if they be Moores or Gentiles) doe set a seale upon the arme, having thereon the armes of Portugal , to be knowen of the porters of the citie, whether they have the said licence or no
Ormus (Iran) (search for this): narrative 457
ne, and of London weight 132 li. English, as the weight of Ormuz . All the marchandize, spices and drugs, are sold by this roues make a quintall, and the roue is 32 rotiloes, as in Ormuz . There is also another weight which they call Marco , wound 17 pikes 7 eight parts, and bringing 100 codes from Ormuz to Goa, there is found but 93 codes and one fourth part. here is also the vare in Goa, which is just as the vare of Ormuz , and therewith they measure onely things that are of smallThere is also a sort of seraphins of gold of the stampe of Ormuz , whereof there are but fewe in Goa, but being there, they e custome they pay in this order. Comming with a ship from Ormuz to Goa without horses, they pay 8 in the 100 whether they ch come from any part of the Indies. But if they come from Ormuz to Goa with horses, they are not subject to pay any custom or any part thereof for any other place, or returne it to Ormuz , they pay the custome outward, although they could not sel
Marco (Italy) (search for this): narrative 457
the weight of Ormuz . All the marchandize, spices and drugs, are sold by this quintal, except some drugs, as lignum de China, Galanga, & others, whereof they bargaine at so much per candill, advertising that there be two sorts of candill, one of 16 manas, the other of 20 manas, that of 16 manas commeth to be just 3 quintals, and that of 20 manas, 3 quintals, 3 roues. Note that 4 roues make a quintall, and the roue is 32 rotiloes, as in Ormuz . There is also another weight which they call Marco , which is eight ounces or halfe a rotilo of Goa, & 9 ounces of Venice sotile: with this they weigh amber, corall, muske, ambracan, civet, and other fine wares. There is also another sort of weight called Mangiallino, which is 5 graines of Venice weight and therewith they weigh diamants and other jewels. Note that in Goa they use not to abate any tare of any goods, except of sacks or wraps, & therfore it requireth great advisement in buying of the goods, especially in the muske of Tar