1 edition of new account of East India and Persia, being nine years" travels, 1672-1681. found in the catalog.
new account of East India and Persia, being nine years" travels, 1672-1681.
|Statement||Edited with notes and an introd. by William Crooke.|
|Series||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 2d ser., no. 19-20, 39, Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 2nd ser., no. 19, etc.|
|Contributions||Crooke, William, 1848-1923, ed.|
|LC Classifications||G161 .H23 2d ser., no. 19, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||72256043|
Letters, narratives, and extracts from diaries, etc. The main pagination of this and the following volume is continuous. He collaborated with Humphreys to identify the author as Thomas Bowrey. Henry E. Texts of c.
Temple then edited and published the book. Vladmir Minorsky, London,pp. Continued in 49 below. At the end of Septembera Portuguese fleet under Alfonso de Albuquerque q.
Their main function was to make sure that nobody else would use the island against Persia and its commercial interests. Preface by Cyprian Bridge. The Story of the Mary Galley, Francis Xavier personally selected the Jesuit Gaspar Barzeus to initiate such activities from Hormuz. Continued from Second Series 25 above. Captain G.
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When one of the prince's concubines developed a pain in her side, Boughton was able to cure her and, according to colonial administrator John Beard inin return received exemption from duty for personal trade but not for the EIC. Hormuz obtained dominance by providing security in the market, in the land and maritime trading routes as well as through the elimination of alternative ports of transshipments.
Texts of c. Colchester: University of Essex,—51, esp. Neves Aguas, Lisbon, The island. Title should read 'Quest for and Occupation of With a translation of chapter 2, the history of Rander, from Narmashankar's 'Principal events of Surat'. Luciano Cordeiro, Come se perdue Ormus, Lisbon, The first text was dedicated to Philip II in ; the second was written in Google Scholar 8.
In addition to medical care for themselves and their ships, warehouses, and factories, these "Company ship surgeons" were found to be useful in trading medical treatment for concessions from rich rulers. Dealing with Portuguese and Castilian enterprise.
However, the shapes reflect 1672-1681. book used by the local market, especially small shallow dishes with incised decorations, wine cups, rose water sprinklers, bases for water pipes, multi-necked flower vases, dishes, and spittoons or sand pots. Roy as Travels to Tana and Persia by Josafa.
In de Silva y Figueroa estimated the number of households at 2,, of which were Portuguese. Van Linschoten had detailed both the riches that could be gained as well as the weakness of the Portuguese in Asia that could be overcome and thus whetted Dutch and English commercial appetites.
Continued from Second Series 53 above. Google Scholar 6. For a later edition of the primary work, see below.
A case in point is the most famous and influential of them, Jan van Linschoten — Vladmir Minorsky, London,pp. Pages lxxxviii, Jean de Thevenot, The Travels of M. The capital of the province was changed from Gaur to Rajmahal in The edition includes a bibliography of Mexico, pp.
Boughton was successful in healing her and, in return, was asked to name his reward. Pagination of this and the following volume is continuous.
Share this:. Continued from Second Series 17 above. Henry Yule, 2 vols. Her burns had in the meantime been treated and cured by Hakim Anitulla of Lahore. From aboutHormuz was the seat of a petty dynasty of princes, who probably originated from Oman.Apr 28, · Today’s book is the one right in the centre of the books on my desk sandwiched between The Bay of Bengal and The Papers of Thomas Bowrey.
John Fryer’s A New Account of East India and Persia Being Nine Years’ Travels 6 John Fryer, A New Account of East India and Persia being Nine Years' Travels (London, ), XI, 7 Reprinted in Robert Kerr, A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels (Edinburgh, ), 8 T.
H. Brooke, A History of the Island of St Helena (London, ), 20)A New Account of East India and Persia--Being Nine Years Travels (): John Fryer, AES,Reprint, 3 vols, Price:US $' ' 21)Francois Martin Memoires: Travels to Africa, Persia, and India, edited and translated from the French by Aniruddha Ray.
Abstract. Although the Dutch did not arrive in the Persian Gulf untilDutch interest in that part of the world began much sylvaindez.com to that date Dutchmen had come to the Gulf as part of Portuguese operations rather than to advance Dutch interests.
1 Until direct maritime voyages from Europe to Asia were a Portuguese-enforced monopoly. This monopoly was breached in the same Author: Willem Floor. Jan 19, · A New Account Of East India And Persia Being Nine Years Travels () Vol.
2 by Fryer, John. The Travels of Pietro Della Valle in India, ed. Edward Grey, Volume 1 (New Delhi: Asian Educational Services, ). Fryer, John. A New Account of East India and Persia, Being Nine Years Travel, –, Volume 3, ed.
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