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A collection of plans of ports in the East Indies
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1985. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 1392, no. 12).
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London: George Nicol, bookseller to His Majesty, Pall-Mall, FIRST EDITION 4to, approximately x mm, 10 x 8 inches, trimmed copy, folding frontispiece plan of the of the Bounty's launch and three charts, 2 folding, pages: iv, - title page and advert leaf, - 88, bound in quarter red morocco with gilt lettering and rules, marbled . Eighty of these vehicles arrived in the Netherlands East Indies aboard the 8, ton KPM merchant ship Straat Soenda in January However, while en route to the port Tandjoeng Priok, she ran hard aground in the Soenda Strait just off the coast of Java on Janu Salvage efforts to pull her off began on Janu but were.
Covers the coasts of eastern Africa, India, and the East Indies. Relief shown pictorially. Each drawing bears a brief description with soundings, distances and facts regarding anchorages and navigation of rivers which might be of value in pirating activities. This atlas is known as the "Buccaneer atlas" because it results from the experience of Hacke in association with Captain . APA citation style: Jefferys, T., Rennell, J. & Robert Laurie And James Whittle. () A new general map of the East Indies: exhibiting in the Peninsula on this side of the Ganges, or Hindoostan, the several partitions of the Mogul's Empire ; and the dominions of the English East India Company in the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, Orixa, as well as upon the coasts of .
Charter Granted by Charles II to the East India Company Confirming and Extending Their Former Charters, 3 April 3. Patents from Charles II of the Port and Island of Bombay, 27 March 4. Patents from James II Extending Jurisdiction of Prize Courts in the East Indies, 12 April 2. Mughal Expansion under the Emperor Aurangzeb. 5. This book offers an excellent and detailed story of the collapse of the Netherlands East Indies (NEI) in December – March from the viewpoint of the Dutch naval air force. It also includes summaries of the main naval battles and Japanese army landings as they pertain to the overall allied defeat at the hands of the Japanese.
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A collection of plans of ports, &c. in the East Indies, with some nautical instructions and explanations. Published by Alexander Dalrymple, Esq.
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Dalrymple, Alexander, Get this edition. Get this from a library. A collection of plans of ports in the East Indies. [Alexander Dalrymple]. A collection of plans of ports, &c.: In the East Indies, with some nautical instructions and explanations. Published by Alexander Dalrymple, Esq.
Collection of plans of ports in the East-Indies.: Published at the charge of the East-India Company in andBy Dalrymple. A Collection of Plans of Ports in the East Indies, 83 engraved plates, mounted on stubs (some folding), occasional spotting and tonal browning, blindstamps on plates, contemporary half calf, rebacked retaining original red morocco label, oblong 4to, for the Author,sold as a collection of plates.
The East Indies or the Indies are the lands of South (Indian subcontinent) and Southeast Asia. In a more restricted sense, the Indies can be used to refer to the islands of Southeast Asia, especially the Philippine Archipelago and the Indonesian Archipelago.
The name "Indies" is used to connote parts of Asia that came under the Indian cultural sphere. His first book was published in He failed to secure the command of the official expedition to Tahiti and the South Seas inand in the next six years he published charts, navigational memoirs and a series of plans of ports in the East Indies.
In he was re-appointed to the East India Company and returned to Madras for two years. Europe’s trade in luxury goods with the East Indies is linked to the transatlantic slave trade from West Africa. China tea and Indian cloth were bought in the East Indies and were both important to the slave trade.
Tea traded from China became a. Volume 1 of A Voyage to the East Indies: Containing Authentic Accounts of the Mogul Government in General, the Viceroyalties of the Decan and Bengal, with Their Several Subordinate Dependencies, John Henry Grose: Author: John Henry Grose: Publisher: S.
Hooper, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Jun 8, Export CitationReviews: 1. Collection of views of land and of plans of ports in the East-Indies.: Published at the charge of the East-India Company by Alexander Dalrymple.
This book follows the trade winds, the trade routes and the port cities across the East Indies and the Orient. Beginning in Malacca which was one of the world's largest trading ports in the 16th century and finishing with the founding of Singapore and Hong Kong which became some of the world's largest trading ports in the 19th s: Byforeign-held assets in the Dutch East Indies totalled about million guilders ($ million), mostly in Java.
Afterupgrading the infrastructure of ports and roads was a high priority for the Dutch, with the goal of modernising the economy, facilitating commerce, and speeding up military movements.
The East India Company also launched a joint attack with the Dutch United East India Company (VOC) on Portuguese and Spanish ships off the coast of China, which helped secure EIC ports in China.
The company established trading posts in Surat (), Madras (), Bombay (), and Calcutta ().English, Book, Illustrated edition: A collection of voyages and travels: some now first printed from original manuscripts. Others translated out of foreign languages, and now first publish'd in English.
MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: () APA Format. Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library.
A map of the East-Indies and the adjacent countries ; with the settlements, factories and territories explaning what belongs to England, Spain, France, Holland, Denmark, Portugal &c.
Book/Printed Material A voyage to the East Indies; containing authentic accounts of the Mogul government in general, the viceroyalties of the Decan and Bengal, with their several subordinate dependencies: Of Angria, the Morattoes, and Tanjoreans.
Of the Mahometan, Gentoo, and Parsee religions. Of their customs and antiquities, with general reflections on the trade of India. This is a book that should have been translated 20 years ago. The Leiden University Press in the Netherlands, with an excellent translator/editor Willem Remmelink, (who spent many years in Japan), have produced the first translation of one of the volumes of the legendary Senshi sōsho, or “Official” history of the Pacific War from the Japanese side of the s: 2.
A new map o East Indies, taken from Mr. de Fer's Map of Asia, shewing their chief divisions, cities, towns, ports, rivers, mountains &c. Additional title: East Indies. Names Sheldonian Theatre (Publisher) Wells, Edward () (Cartographer) Collection. Lawrence H.
Slaughter Collection of English maps, charts, globes, books and atlases.Twentieth Century Impressions was a series of travel, political and social reference books published by Lloyds Greater Britain Publishing Company in London between and The full titles were typically styled as Twentieth Century Impressions of [country name]: Its history, people, commerce, industries and resources.
Arnold Wright () was editor in chief or .A new directory for the East-Indies: [microform] containing, I. The first discoveries made in the East-Indies by European voyagers VI.
Directions for sailing to and from the East-Indies, The whole being a work originally begun upon the plan of the oriental Neptune, augmented and improved by Mr. Willm. Herbert, Mr.