Ralph Fitch, England's pioneer to India and Burma : his companions and contemporaries, with his remarkable narrative told in his own words
- Ryley, J. Horton (John Horton)
- Print Source:
- London: T.F. Unwin, 1899
- Publication Info:
- Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Library
- Table of Contents:
- Chapter I Queen's Letters to India and China - Remarkable Relation of Ralph Fitch -- Voyage to Goa -- Imprisoned"Chapter II Details of the Arrest and Escape--a Friend in Need--Neberie's Last Letter--""Golden Goa""--Portuguese in India"Chapter III Hindustan Under Akbar--Fitch's Narrative Continued--Three Englishmen at Agra--Travellers Separate--a Lonely Journey"Chapter II Narrative Continued--The First Englishman in Pegu (Burma)--His Predecessors--The ""Very Great, Strong and Very Faire"" City""Chapter III Narrative Concluded--Malacca, The Emporium--Trade with China and Japan--Chinese Suspicions--The Return""Chapter III Historical Summary, 1583-911--Decline of Portugal in the East--Spain and the Philippines--Coming of the Dutch--Beginning of Britain's Empire"