Excerpt from General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged in Systematic Order, Vol. 9: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
2. Acco wt of th... e Forces of the Por l tuguese, their hostile Attempts and Fight with the English, in which they are disgracefully re pulsed, 177 1 Si 3. Supplies received by the Portu guese, who vainly endeavour to use Fire-boats. Theyseek Peace, which is refused, and depart. Interview between the Nabob I and Captain Downton, and De parture of the English, 186 s by Mr Elkington and Mr Dods worth, in Supplement to preceding Voyage, 196 $8 I. Continuation of the Voyage from Surat to Bantam, by Captain Thomas Elkington, 197 2. Brief Observations by Mr Edward Dodsworth, who returned to England in the Hope, III. Journey of Richard Steel and John Crow ther, from Agimere, in India, to Ispa han, in Persia, in the Years 1615, and 1616, sect. IV. Voyage of Captain Walter Peyton to In ia, in 1615, 1. Occurrences during the Voyage from England to Surat, 220 2. Occurrences at Calicut and Suma tra. Miscarriage of the English Ships, Abuses of the Dutch, and Factories in India, 3. Brief Notice of the Ports, Cities, and Towns, inhabited by,' and traded with, by the Portuguese, between the Cape of Good H0pe and Japan, 'in the Year 1616, 239 V. Notes, concerning the Proceedings of the Factory at Cranganore, from the J our.
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