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discourse of trade, from England vnto the East Indies

Thomas Mun

discourse of trade, from England vnto the East Indies

answering to diuerse obiections which are vsually made against the same

by Thomas Mun

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Published by Printed by Nicholas Okes for Iohn Pyper in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • East Indies
    • Subjects:
    • East India Company,
    • Great Britain -- Commerce -- East Indies -- Early works to 1800,
    • East Indies -- Commerce -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby T.M.
      GenreEarly works to 1800.
      ContributionsOkes, Nicholas, printer., Pyper, John, bookseller., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF3508.E2 M9
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[6], 58 p. ;
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6978340M
      LC Control Number06044903

      We can therefore give no other beginning to those at the Indies, seeing the holy scripture saieth, that Gen. Part I. Ruffinus the Author of this storie. And the Lappians bee a people adioyning to them and be much like to them in al conditions: but the Emperour of Russia hath of late ouercome manie of them, and they are in subiection to him. The idle persons of this realme shall by occasion of this iourney bee well imployed and set on worke.

      Also in his returne from thence to meet with our fleet, he fell with the Ilands of Bayon; and on that side of the riuer which Cannas standeth vpon, he, with Sir Roger Williams, and those Gentlemen that were with him went on shore, with some men out of the ship he was in, whom the enemy, that held guard vpon that coast, would not abide, but fled vp into the countrey. The supply of arms and ammunition which he brought, joined to his promise of more efficient succour in a short time, roused them from their despondency, and encouraged them to indulge the hope of making a stand against the pressure of the enemy. Princes of Iapan, that were in Europe, into the Indies. As long as he lived, no atonement could be obtained for the murder of Dorislaus, no audience for Strickland, the resident ambassador, though that favour was repeatedly granted to Boswell, the envoy of Charles. The neglect of discipline in the Armie, for that men were suffered to be drunke with the plentie of wines.

      Yet a little before he had resolutely declared that no consideration should induce him to violate the same peace p. The Earle hauing put himselfe into the iourney against the opinion of the world, and as it seemed to the hazzard of his great fortune, though to the great aduancement of his reputation, for as the honourable cariage of himselfe towards all men doth make him highly esteemed at home; so did his exceeding forwardnesse in all seruices make him to bee woondered at amongst vs who, I say, put off in the same winde from Falmouth, that we left Plimmouth in, where he lay, because he would auoid the importunity of messengers that were dayly sent for his returne, and some other causes more secret to himselfe, not knowing as it seemed what place the Generals purposed to land in, had bene as farre as Cadiz in Andaluzia, and lay vp and downe about the South Cape, where he tooke some ships laden with corne, and brought them vnto the fleet. And I haue truely shewed you that of these numbers very neere And he was made Marshall of the field in England, the enemy being vpon our coast, and when it was expected the crowne of England should haue bene tried by battel.


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Discourse of trade, from England vnto the East Indies book

Of the fishing I doe speake nothing, because it is generally knowen: and it is not to be forgotten, what trifles they be that the Sauages doe require in exchange of these commodities: yea, [pg ] for pearle, discourse of trade, siluer, and precious stones.

Then I rose vp and would haue looked whether it were so or not, but they laid hold on me, and said, that if they should see him with their bodily eyes, they shoulde liue no longer.

At a West sunne the mist brake up, so that we might see about vs, and then we might perceiue that we were entred into a sound. From the conquest of Ireland and Scotland we may now turn to the transactions between the commonwealth and foreign powers.

Foure Mariners were few enough to saile your barke, whereof at this present we haue but one, whose name is William Smith, an honest yong man, and one that doeth good seruice here. The copy whereof, and also of the other priuiledges graunted and giuen by the king of Hircan, I haue already deliuered vnto you.

And hauing ouercharged the artillery of the gallion, left her on fire, which burnt in terrible sort two dayes together, the fire and ouercharging of the pieces being so great, as of fifty that were in her, there were not aboue sixteene taken out whole; the rest with ouercharge of the powder being broken, and molten with heat of the fire, were taken out in broken pieces into diuers shippes.

Gallions, In the meane season, if any man well affected to this iourney, shall stand in doubt of any matter of importance touching the same, he may satisfie himselfe with the iudgement and liking of such of good calling and credite, as are principall dealers herein. Basnage, i.

The whole population was in a ferment. Of those which were of the old kings counsell or bare any rule about him in these quarters, some are in prison, some are pinched by the purse, and other sent for vnto the Shaugh. Arthur Edwards, written the August 6. That there were iarres of oile.

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Other species occur seldom off Novaya Zemlya. Hibernia Dominicana, As our fleet were casting ancre when the camne first into that road, there was a small ship of Brasil that came from thence, which bare with them, and seemed by striking her sailes, as though she would also haue ancred: but taking her fittest occasion hoised againe, and would haue passed vp the riuer, but the Generall presently discerning her purpose, sent out a pinnesse or two after her, which forced her in such sort, as she ran herselfe upon the Rocks: all the men escaped out of her, and the lading being many chests of sugar was made nothing woorth, by the salt water.

A ship belonging to the Bishoppe of Plaisance, which passed the Straight, reports to have sayled alwayes within sight of Land: the like Hernando Lamer a Pilot doth affirme, who forced by foule weather passed two or three degrees above the sayd Straight.

But his Highnesse hauing great affaires, and being at that present ready to be married vnto a Ladie of Chircassi, of the Mahometicall law, commanded that no stranger, Ambassadour, nor other, should come before him for a time with further streight charge, that during the space of three dayes that the same solemne feast was celebratine the gates of the citie should be shut, and that no person, stranger or natiue certeine of his houshold reserued should come out of their said houses during the said triumph, the cause thereof vnto this day not being knowen.

For that night our armie lay in the villages, houses and mils next adioining, and very neere round about the towne, into the which the Galeon named S.

To be briefe, who so listeth to read Eusebius Pamphilus, Socrates Scholasticus, Theodoritus Hermia, Sozomen, and Euagrius Scholasticus, which all were most sage Ecclesiasticall writers, shall finde great store of examples of the worthy liues of sundry Emperours, tending all to the confirmation of my former speeches.Document 1: Jose de Acosta, The Naturall and Morall Historie of the East and West Indies by Sean Kheraj and Tom Peace is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike International License, except where otherwise noted.

Thomas Mun, A DISCOVERSE OF Trade from England vnto the East-Indies: Answering to diuerse Obiections which are vsually made against the same.

Brief Notes directing to the seueral parts which are handled in the Answeres made to the foure Obiections against the East-India Trade in the Dis-course following. The first Obiection.

Richard Hakluyt

The Answere. In three great divisions it contains the voyages towards the north and north-east, to the south and south-east parts of the world, and “to all parts of the Newfound world of America and the West Indies”; “my Western Atlantis,” he calls this third division of his book.

Jul 14,  · The Biopolitics of Manning the Royal Navy in Late Stuart England - Volume 56 Issue 3 - Matthew Neufeld If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account.

Thomas Mun, A discourse of trade, from England vnto the East Indies, STC (), 33, 36; Cited by: 1. Oct 06,  · InNoel de Caron—the Dutch ambassador to England—reported that the Dutch East India Company had access to forty-four powerful men-of-war, a navy that far outweighed the English company’s shipping at this point.

37 De Caron also stated that this Dutch navy was “as strong and well established in the East Indies as the King of Spain Author: William A Pettigrew, Edmond Smith.

An excellent discourse whereof, as likewise of the honourable expedition vnder two of the most noble and valiant peeres of this Realme, I meane the renoumed Erle of Essex, and the right honorable the lord Charles Howard, lord high Admirall of England, made vnto the strong citie of Cadiz, I haue set downe as a double epiphonema to conclude.