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The East India Company journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, 1615-1617.

by Michael Strachan

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • East India Company,
  • Voyages and travels

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Michael Strachan and Boies Penrose.
    ContributionsPenrose, Boies, 1902-1976, joint comp., Keeling, William., Bonner, Thomas., East India Company.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG245 .S8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination237 p.
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5708040M
    ISBN 100816606285
    LC Control Number70172999

    The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, (Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota Press, ). 8vo, pp, large pocketed chart 28 x 23 inches showing the route of the voyage from England, around the Cape, Comoros, East Africa, Socotra, Malabar Coast, Ceylon, Sumatra, and return, as new. No. People living on the shores of the early modern Indian Ocean spoke many languages. To communicate, whether for trade or other reasons, several strategies were found. I have already sketched the role of cultural brokers. The present study looks at silent trade, and the possibly existence of linguas franca, second languages widely spoken in the ://

      Scourge of Malice or Malice Scourge or Mare Scourge was a gun ship ordered by George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland. It was built and launched at Deptford Dockyard in The Earl used it as his flagship during raids on the Spanish Main, where it provided additional force to support his fleet. It was later renamed the Red Dragon and used by the East India Company during at least five (). The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, , edited by Michael Strachan and Boies Penrose I. K. Steele 7(3), pp. –

    Full text of "List of factory records of the late East India Company: preserved in the Record Department of the India Office, London" See other formats Full text of "The journal of John Jourdain, , describing his experiences in Arabia, India, and the Malay archipelago:" See other


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Strachan, Michael. & Penrose, Boies. & Keeling, William. & Bonner, Thomas. & East India :// Edition Notes Bibliography: p. "A publication from the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota." Includes also (p.

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to the East India Company of England, in the year by England and Wales On William Keeling and his voyages to the East (which gave the name to the Cocos-Keeling Islands off Java) see Strachan, Michael and Penrose, Boies, eds., The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner (Minneapolis, ), pp.16 – The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, – (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ), 99– Google Scholar The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, – (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, ), This was also true of other Europeans voyaging to India: see C.

Boxer, From Lisbon to Goa, – Studies in Portuguese Maritime Enterprise (London: Variorum Reprints, ), I, 58– The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, -   The English East India Company flag changed with history, with a canton based on the current flag of the Kingdom, and a field of 9 to 13 alternating red and white stripes.

From the period ofthe canton consisted of a St George's Cross representing the Kingdom of the Acts of Unionthe canton was updated to be the new Union Flag—consisting of an English St George's (eds.) The East India Company journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, – Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Thompson, Thomas. The East India Company (formally called the Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies () and the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies ()), was an English company formed for the exploitation of the spice trade in East and Southeast Asia and ://://w6rw.The East India Company journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, Voyage du capitaine William Keeling Selected   Michael Francis Strachan CBE FRSE (–) was a 20th century Scottish businessman who served as Director of the Bank of Scotland from to He also served with distinction in the Second World War, alongside his wartime comrade, Enoch Powell.

As an author he was biographer of several obscure historical figures. He was born on 23 October the son of Francis William