The voyage of Francois Pyrard of Laval to the East Indies, the Maldives, the Moluccas and Brazil, v.2
- Payard, Francois
- Print Source:
- London: Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1887
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- "Chapter VI. : Of the Archbishop of Goa, the Inquisition, ecclesiastics, and ceremonies observed there, with other occurrences.""Chapter VII. : Of the Excerises and Games of the Portuguese, Metifs, and other Christians of Goa, their dress and manners of living, and of their wives.""Chapter VIII. : Of the Portuguese Soldiers at Goa, their manner of life and taking Ship. Divers Expeditions, and the order observed by them in War.""Chapter XI. : Of Malaca, a description of it, and the memorable siege which the Hollanders laid thereto.""Chapter XII. : Of the islands of Sunda-Sumatra, and Java,-and the towns of Bantan and Tuban; the islands of Madura, Bally, the Moluccas, and Banda.""Chapter XIII. : Of the singular things that are brought from the islands of Sumatra, Java, Borneo, and from the Philippines and Manilla. Of China and Japan, and of the traffic carries on at Goa.""Chapter XIV. : Of the form and fashion of the Portuguese ships going to the Indies, and of their shipments, order, and police, as well going as returning.""Chapter XV. : Of the traffic of the Portuguese throughout the Indies in general, and the order which they observe therein.""Chapter XVI. : Of the traffic to Brazil, the River de la Plata, Angoal, Congo, St. Thomas, Mina, and the Slaves of Africa.""Chapter XVII. : Of the traffic at Mozembique, Sofala, Coueseme, Melinde, Mombase, Socotera, and other places.- Of the siege of Mozembique, and what happened there.""Chapter XVIII. : Of the kingdom of Ormus: a description of it, and of the punishment of a Prince of Ormus at Goa.""Chapter XIX. : Of the Kingdoms of Cambaye, Surat, and the Grand Mogor ; Diu, and the rest fo the Coast of India ; Malabar, and the King of Tananor and his perfidy.""Chapter XXI. : The author's taking ship at Goa.- Condition of the aIndies at that time.- The author's imprisonment and deliverance.- Arrival of carracks, and other matters on this head. "