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English intercourse with Siam in the seventeenth century, John Anderson

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English intercourse with Siam in the seventeenth century
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English intercourse with Siam in the seventeenth century
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John Anderson
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eng
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1833-1900,
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Anderson, John
Dewey number
327.593041
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
  • Tru?bner's oriental series
  • Southeast Asia
Series volume
v. 1
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  • East India Company
  • East India Company
  • Thailand
  • Great Britain
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English intercourse with Siam in the seventeenth century, John Anderson
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Copyright
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  • "Transferred to Digital Printing 2007"--Title page verso
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Opening of trade with Siam ; The ship Globe sails for Siam ; Globe at Patani ; Globe in the Menam ; Japanese at Patani and Ayuthia ; Attempt to trade with Xieng-mai ; Return of the Globe to Patani ; The Globe and the James at Masulipatam ; The James and the Darling at Patani ; The James at Bangkok ; Opening of trade between Siam and Japan ; Factories at Patani and Ayuthia ; The Solomon at Patani ; Letter from the King of Siam to James I. ; The Sea adventure sails from Japan to Siam ; English assist in deepening the Menam ; A trading venture to Champa ; Dutch gossip about the English ; William Eaton on the trade of Siam ; Trade of Xieng-mai and Luang-Praban ; State of the factories at Ayuthia and Patani ; Sea adventure at the Liu-kiu islands ; English and trade of Masulipatam and Tenasserim ; War between the Dutch and English ; Naval fight at Patani ; Dutch attack English factory in Japan ; Overbearing conduct of the Dutch ; Peace between the Dutch and English ; Englishmen at Ligor ; The James Royal at Patani ; Trade of Macao ; English not allowed to leave Siam ; Edward Longe put to death ; Factories at Ayuthia and Patani closed ; Council of Batavia on the trade of Siam ; Revolution at Ayuthia ; English interlopers at Ayuthia and Patani ; Factors at Camboja escape to Ayuthia -- ch. 2. Trade re-opened with Ayuthia ; The Hopewell in the Menam ; John South on the trade of Siam ; Thomas Cotes recalled from Ayuthia ; His letter ; Trade between the Coromandel Coast and Ayuthia ; The Madras Merchant sails for Bangkok ; Siam factory placed under Fort St. George ; Hostility between the Dutch and the Siamese ; Proposal to close the factory at Ayuthia ; Treaty between the Siamese and the Dutch ; Proposals to re-open trade with Siam ; Mutiny at Fort St. George ; William Acworth at Ayuthia ; Mr. Dearing dies at Ayuthia ; Acworth imprisoned ; English prestige at stake ; Sir Edward Winter's servant sent to Ayuthia ; Ruin of the factory at Ayuthia ; Nicholas Waite at Ayuthia ; Bombay ships invited to Siam
  • Ch. 3. The ship Return at Japan, at Macao and Lampacao, at Bangkok ; License to trade granted to the factors of the Return ; The Tarra of the Phra-klang ; Letters from factors of the Return ; George White, the interloper ; Factors and their difficulties ; Second license to trade granted ; Letter to Bantam factory ; Ayuthia placed under Surat ; Slaves for the factory ; Japanese employed in the factory ; Spurious Bornean diamonds ; A letter to the King of Siam ; The tin trade of Siam ; Stagnation of trade ; Re-opening of trade with Patani ; An inspector sent to Ayuthia from Bantam ; The Tywan sent from Bantam to Bangkok -- ch. 4. Mr. Richard Burneby arrives in the Tywan at Bangkok ; His report on the factory at Ayuthia ; His reception by the Phra-klang ; The trade of Siam ; The trade of Patani ; The trade of Camboja ; A house for the factory a necessity ; Theft of a sloop ; Letter to the King of Siam ; Ralph Lambton at Ayuthia ; Samuel White arrives at Ayuthia ; Letter to the Phra-klang ; Order to close the factory ; Demand for the rent of the factory-house ; George White leaves Siam ; George Gosfright and Thomas Ivatt arrive at the capital ; The history of Constant Phaulkon, chief merchant to the King ; His character ; Chief Minister of Siam ; Gosfright's impeachment of Burneby ; Temptations to private trade ; Burneby's departure from and return to Ayuthia ; Factors' petition to the Phra-klang ; Destruction of the factory by fire ; Burneby's protest against Potts ; Phra-klang's letter to Sir John Child ; Various accounts of the origin of the fire ; Measures against interlopers -- ch. 5. Strangh and Yale mission ; Strangh's interview with Burneby ; Native opinion on origin of the fire ; Strangh on interlopers ; Interview with the Phra-klang ; Letter of Charles II, to the Emperor of Japan ; Cremation of the Phra-klang ; A conference at the factory ; The factors consult Phaulkon ; One of Samuel Potts' hectors ; Potts put in the stocks ; Strangh proceeds to Louvo ; The King of Siam and the Jews ; Burneby and White in Siamese service ; Strangh rebuked by Phaulkon ; Strangh attempts to leave Louvo ; Strangh's indictment of Phaulkon ; Strangh, Potts, and Yale leave Siam ; Factory closed ; Crouch's opinion of Phaulkon ; A quarrel about nails ; Crouch and Thomas imprisoned ; Crouch and the seductions of Ayuthia ; Burneby and White go to Tenasserim ; Factory to be re-opened ; Overtures for renewal of trade ; Robert Harbin and his colleagues arrive at Bangkok
  • Ch. 6. Dawn of French trade in the East ; First French missionaries to Siam ; Bishop de Be?rythe's journey to Siam ; His journey from Tenasserim to Ayuthia ; His reception by the Portuguese ; Persecuted by the Portuguese ; Bishops of Metellopolis and Heliopolis proceed to Siam ; A priest as an engineer ; Bishop of Heliopolis sent to Rome ; Ambassadors from Golconda and Acheen ; Romis seminary established at Ayuthia ; Return of the bishop of Heliopolis ; His reception by the King ; The Bishop departs for Tonquin ; Imprisoned at Manilla ; Death of Bishop de Be?rythe ; The Bishop of Heliopolis returns to Siam ; An embassy to France ; Chevalier de Chaumont's embassy arrives at Ayuthia ; Concessions to Siamese converts ; The King and the French missionaries ; Phaulkon's power and position ; Siamese mandarins and the French ; Persiam ambassador to Siam ; The Persian ambassador's debts ; The King of Siam and Mohammedanism -- ch. 7. Royal monopolies ; Samuel White at Mergui ; S. White and the East India Company ; War between Siam and Golconda ; Hostilities at Madapollam ; Captain Coates at Madapollam ; Ships seized at Megui ; Francis Davenport's history ; His historical abstract ; The brothers Demarcora ; S. White and his prisoners of war ; Elihu Yale and jewels for the King of Siam ; Captain Coates returns to Mergui ; Don de Heredia returns to Mergui ; White summoned to Louvo ; White goes to Luovo -- ch. 8. White sick at Luovo ; Phaulkon's opinion of White ; The Macasar conspiracy at Ayuthia ; Edward Udall's account of the insurrection ; Samuel White's description of the insurrection ; Europeans at Ayuthia ; Captain Lake at Bangkok ; Imprisoned ; The termination of the Harbin-Gryfford mission ; A letter from White to Phaulkon ; Siamese commission for Tenasserim ; White and his party return to Mergui -- ch. 9. Siamese war with Golconda ; White's consideration of the Company ; Elihu Yale and the jewel affair ; English designs on Mergui ; East India Company meditate hostilities against Siam ; White's ships captured ; Fate of the Satisfaction ; Mission to Persia from Siam ; White and his difficulties ; White and his relations to Governor Burneby ; Capture of the Revenge ; War with Siam declared ; An expedition sent against Mergui ; Recall of the English at Mergui ; Damages demanded by the Company ; Letter to the King of Siam ; Instructions given to Captain Weltden ; George White's opinion of the war ; Elihu Yale on the war
  • Ch. 10. The Curtana arrives off Mergui ; Captain Weltden lands at Mergui ; Declaration of war at Mergui ; A truce concluded ; The ship Resolution ; Beginning of the insurrection ; Massacre of Europeans ; Escape of Weltden and White ; Richard Burneby killed ; White in the Resolution off Pulicat ; The Pearl sent from Madras to Mergui ; The royal letter ; Hodges' account of the massacre ; King of Siam declares war against the East India Company ; Troubles at Porto Novo ; Revolution at Siam -- ch. 11. French embassy of 1687 ; Landing of French troops at Bangkok ; Decoration of Phaulkon by Louis XIV. ; Elihu Yale enteratins the Count de Forbin ; Pe?re Tachard and Siamese mandarins in Europe ; Conspiracy of the mandarins at Ayuthia ; Revolution at Ayuthia ; Tragic end of Phaulkon ; Siamese treachery to the French ; French beseiged at Bangkok ; Death of the King ; French attacked at Mergui ; Adventures of Debru?an ; The French troops leave Siam ; Hodges at Ayuthia and his departure ; A Dutch contract with the Siamese ; Pe?re Tachard lands at Mergui ; Elihu Yale's overtures to the new King ; His proposals regarding Siam ; The Company and interlopers ; George White again in the East ; Piracy in the Indian Sea ; Destruction of Ayuthia ; Bangkok becomes the capital of Siam
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ocn889303084
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (522 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136397929
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)889303084
Label
English intercourse with Siam in the seventeenth century, John Anderson
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Transferred to Digital Printing 2007"--Title page verso
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Opening of trade with Siam ; The ship Globe sails for Siam ; Globe at Patani ; Globe in the Menam ; Japanese at Patani and Ayuthia ; Attempt to trade with Xieng-mai ; Return of the Globe to Patani ; The Globe and the James at Masulipatam ; The James and the Darling at Patani ; The James at Bangkok ; Opening of trade between Siam and Japan ; Factories at Patani and Ayuthia ; The Solomon at Patani ; Letter from the King of Siam to James I. ; The Sea adventure sails from Japan to Siam ; English assist in deepening the Menam ; A trading venture to Champa ; Dutch gossip about the English ; William Eaton on the trade of Siam ; Trade of Xieng-mai and Luang-Praban ; State of the factories at Ayuthia and Patani ; Sea adventure at the Liu-kiu islands ; English and trade of Masulipatam and Tenasserim ; War between the Dutch and English ; Naval fight at Patani ; Dutch attack English factory in Japan ; Overbearing conduct of the Dutch ; Peace between the Dutch and English ; Englishmen at Ligor ; The James Royal at Patani ; Trade of Macao ; English not allowed to leave Siam ; Edward Longe put to death ; Factories at Ayuthia and Patani closed ; Council of Batavia on the trade of Siam ; Revolution at Ayuthia ; English interlopers at Ayuthia and Patani ; Factors at Camboja escape to Ayuthia -- ch. 2. Trade re-opened with Ayuthia ; The Hopewell in the Menam ; John South on the trade of Siam ; Thomas Cotes recalled from Ayuthia ; His letter ; Trade between the Coromandel Coast and Ayuthia ; The Madras Merchant sails for Bangkok ; Siam factory placed under Fort St. George ; Hostility between the Dutch and the Siamese ; Proposal to close the factory at Ayuthia ; Treaty between the Siamese and the Dutch ; Proposals to re-open trade with Siam ; Mutiny at Fort St. George ; William Acworth at Ayuthia ; Mr. Dearing dies at Ayuthia ; Acworth imprisoned ; English prestige at stake ; Sir Edward Winter's servant sent to Ayuthia ; Ruin of the factory at Ayuthia ; Nicholas Waite at Ayuthia ; Bombay ships invited to Siam
  • Ch. 3. The ship Return at Japan, at Macao and Lampacao, at Bangkok ; License to trade granted to the factors of the Return ; The Tarra of the Phra-klang ; Letters from factors of the Return ; George White, the interloper ; Factors and their difficulties ; Second license to trade granted ; Letter to Bantam factory ; Ayuthia placed under Surat ; Slaves for the factory ; Japanese employed in the factory ; Spurious Bornean diamonds ; A letter to the King of Siam ; The tin trade of Siam ; Stagnation of trade ; Re-opening of trade with Patani ; An inspector sent to Ayuthia from Bantam ; The Tywan sent from Bantam to Bangkok -- ch. 4. Mr. Richard Burneby arrives in the Tywan at Bangkok ; His report on the factory at Ayuthia ; His reception by the Phra-klang ; The trade of Siam ; The trade of Patani ; The trade of Camboja ; A house for the factory a necessity ; Theft of a sloop ; Letter to the King of Siam ; Ralph Lambton at Ayuthia ; Samuel White arrives at Ayuthia ; Letter to the Phra-klang ; Order to close the factory ; Demand for the rent of the factory-house ; George White leaves Siam ; George Gosfright and Thomas Ivatt arrive at the capital ; The history of Constant Phaulkon, chief merchant to the King ; His character ; Chief Minister of Siam ; Gosfright's impeachment of Burneby ; Temptations to private trade ; Burneby's departure from and return to Ayuthia ; Factors' petition to the Phra-klang ; Destruction of the factory by fire ; Burneby's protest against Potts ; Phra-klang's letter to Sir John Child ; Various accounts of the origin of the fire ; Measures against interlopers -- ch. 5. Strangh and Yale mission ; Strangh's interview with Burneby ; Native opinion on origin of the fire ; Strangh on interlopers ; Interview with the Phra-klang ; Letter of Charles II, to the Emperor of Japan ; Cremation of the Phra-klang ; A conference at the factory ; The factors consult Phaulkon ; One of Samuel Potts' hectors ; Potts put in the stocks ; Strangh proceeds to Louvo ; The King of Siam and the Jews ; Burneby and White in Siamese service ; Strangh rebuked by Phaulkon ; Strangh attempts to leave Louvo ; Strangh's indictment of Phaulkon ; Strangh, Potts, and Yale leave Siam ; Factory closed ; Crouch's opinion of Phaulkon ; A quarrel about nails ; Crouch and Thomas imprisoned ; Crouch and the seductions of Ayuthia ; Burneby and White go to Tenasserim ; Factory to be re-opened ; Overtures for renewal of trade ; Robert Harbin and his colleagues arrive at Bangkok
  • Ch. 6. Dawn of French trade in the East ; First French missionaries to Siam ; Bishop de Be?rythe's journey to Siam ; His journey from Tenasserim to Ayuthia ; His reception by the Portuguese ; Persecuted by the Portuguese ; Bishops of Metellopolis and Heliopolis proceed to Siam ; A priest as an engineer ; Bishop of Heliopolis sent to Rome ; Ambassadors from Golconda and Acheen ; Romis seminary established at Ayuthia ; Return of the bishop of Heliopolis ; His reception by the King ; The Bishop departs for Tonquin ; Imprisoned at Manilla ; Death of Bishop de Be?rythe ; The Bishop of Heliopolis returns to Siam ; An embassy to France ; Chevalier de Chaumont's embassy arrives at Ayuthia ; Concessions to Siamese converts ; The King and the French missionaries ; Phaulkon's power and position ; Siamese mandarins and the French ; Persiam ambassador to Siam ; The Persian ambassador's debts ; The King of Siam and Mohammedanism -- ch. 7. Royal monopolies ; Samuel White at Mergui ; S. White and the East India Company ; War between Siam and Golconda ; Hostilities at Madapollam ; Captain Coates at Madapollam ; Ships seized at Megui ; Francis Davenport's history ; His historical abstract ; The brothers Demarcora ; S. White and his prisoners of war ; Elihu Yale and jewels for the King of Siam ; Captain Coates returns to Mergui ; Don de Heredia returns to Mergui ; White summoned to Louvo ; White goes to Luovo -- ch. 8. White sick at Luovo ; Phaulkon's opinion of White ; The Macasar conspiracy at Ayuthia ; Edward Udall's account of the insurrection ; Samuel White's description of the insurrection ; Europeans at Ayuthia ; Captain Lake at Bangkok ; Imprisoned ; The termination of the Harbin-Gryfford mission ; A letter from White to Phaulkon ; Siamese commission for Tenasserim ; White and his party return to Mergui -- ch. 9. Siamese war with Golconda ; White's consideration of the Company ; Elihu Yale and the jewel affair ; English designs on Mergui ; East India Company meditate hostilities against Siam ; White's ships captured ; Fate of the Satisfaction ; Mission to Persia from Siam ; White and his difficulties ; White and his relations to Governor Burneby ; Capture of the Revenge ; War with Siam declared ; An expedition sent against Mergui ; Recall of the English at Mergui ; Damages demanded by the Company ; Letter to the King of Siam ; Instructions given to Captain Weltden ; George White's opinion of the war ; Elihu Yale on the war
  • Ch. 10. The Curtana arrives off Mergui ; Captain Weltden lands at Mergui ; Declaration of war at Mergui ; A truce concluded ; The ship Resolution ; Beginning of the insurrection ; Massacre of Europeans ; Escape of Weltden and White ; Richard Burneby killed ; White in the Resolution off Pulicat ; The Pearl sent from Madras to Mergui ; The royal letter ; Hodges' account of the massacre ; King of Siam declares war against the East India Company ; Troubles at Porto Novo ; Revolution at Siam -- ch. 11. French embassy of 1687 ; Landing of French troops at Bangkok ; Decoration of Phaulkon by Louis XIV. ; Elihu Yale enteratins the Count de Forbin ; Pe?re Tachard and Siamese mandarins in Europe ; Conspiracy of the mandarins at Ayuthia ; Revolution at Ayuthia ; Tragic end of Phaulkon ; Siamese treachery to the French ; French beseiged at Bangkok ; Death of the King ; French attacked at Mergui ; Adventures of Debru?an ; The French troops leave Siam ; Hodges at Ayuthia and his departure ; A Dutch contract with the Siamese ; Pe?re Tachard lands at Mergui ; Elihu Yale's overtures to the new King ; His proposals regarding Siam ; The Company and interlopers ; George White again in the East ; Piracy in the Indian Sea ; Destruction of Ayuthia ; Bangkok becomes the capital of Siam
Control code
ocn889303084
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (522 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136397929
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)889303084

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