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English factories in India, 1624-1629

Foster, William Sir

English factories in India, 1624-1629

a calendar of documents in the India Office, etc.

by Foster, William Sir

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Published by Claredon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Indies,
  • Great Britain,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • East India Company,
    • East Indies -- Commerce -- Great Britain.,
    • Great Britain -- Commerce -- East Indies.,
    • India -- History -- 1526-1765 -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William Foster. Published under the patronage of His Majesty"s Secretary of State for India in Council.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS465 .A4 1624-1629
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxlviii, 388 p.
      Number of Pages388
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7008906M
      LC Control Number09016235
      OCLC/WorldCa6520964

        English Factories in India, by William Foster published Pages 13 & is probably from the Portuguese quarto meaning four. The reference is probably to the four gopuras of the great temple at Chilambaram, which are visible from . Braudel, who holds that Dutch and English supremacy was the main reason for the decline of the spice trade, considers the fact that about specie in the form of coins began to get scarce in the Mediterranean area a contributary cause, money being practically the only product which Europe exported to Asia (Braudel, p. 18x), but in quite Author: M. A. P. Meilink-Roelofsz.

      ^ Dagh-register gehouden int Casteel Batavia vant passerende daer ter plaetse als over geheel Nederlandts-India anno –" English: "The official register at Catle Bavaria, of the census of the Dutch East Indies VOC. ^ Gouda, Frances. Dutch Culture Overseas: Colonial Practice in the Netherlands Indies, () onlineCapital: Batavia (now Jakarta). Literature on the History of South Asia. Relevant Institutions. Reference Material. Primary Sources. Secondary Sources: The English factories in India, Britannica Book of the Year , , , [G]; KMLA Library has vol. ,

      5 The report is about what happened in ; 4 There is, however, no doubt that initially the Armenians started with small amounts of capital. But by the ’s they were already a source of irritation for that characteristically large firm, the Dutch East India Company. The Dutch and the English were trying their best to establish a monopoly over Bayana indigo grown near Agra and, then Author: Shireen Moosvi.   The English Factories in India, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), xxxiv-xxxv. () BL/OIOC, Thomas Kerridge and Council at Surat to the Company, 4 January , Original Correspondence, No.


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Novo. The English Factories in India, A Calendar of Documents in the India Office, Etc by William Foster The Log-Book of William Adams, With the Journal of Edward Saris, and Other Documents Relating to Japan, Cochin China, Etc by Christopher James Purnell. Footnotes 1 Some yeares travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique, first published ; rewritten and extended ; further enlarged and altered, –5 and 2 Much of it was included by Anthony a Wood in his Athenae Oxonienses and Fasti Oxonienses, (—2), scattered under various biographical entries.

It was printed in full inreprinted and Allan Fea (using. The English Factories in India: A Calendar of Documents in the India Office, British Museum and Public Records Office by William Foster. Arising, initially, from the militant policies and actions of a bunch of London merchants chartered as the English East India Company by Queen Elizabeth infor one hundred and fifty years they had generally pursued a peaceful and thereby profitable trade in the India, recognized by local Indian princes as mutually beneficial.The English Factories in India, A Calendar of Documents in the India Office, Etc by William Foster A Short History of the East India Company Exhibiting a State of Their Affairs, Abroad and at Home, Political and Commercial by Francis Russell.Studies in English Literature, 10 (3): O’Kane, John (ed.) ().

The Ship of Sulaiman. New York: Columbia University Press. Osborn, Jeremy (). India and the East India Company in the Public Sphere of Eighteenth-Century Britain. In H. V. Bowen et al, eds., The Worlds of the East India Company.

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