veriior-Ceneral, I)aendels, iiiarched against I )jocjakarta, `which would
iot submit 11) his (lefllIIIlds. `lhe ~iiltaii was then (iCJ)t)Sed and sue ceded
by his soil, anti had to jiav a line of 100(1(1(1 tioritis, whilst the ruler
of Suerakarta iiitti to resign lhC shore (llltieS.
it is, theretore, easily to be tititlerstood that then' assistance against
the invasion of the knglisli in 1~1 I was ot no great significance. Yet
the~' soon rebelled against these new i'ulers, who advanced against the
prince's territories, 1)ri(Iled the j~ower ol (lie prillces still titore, and
aj)~it)inting Pakoc ~~Iani at I )jocjakarta. iila(le huh a prince independent
ut the Court. `l'hiei'efore, the~' saw with pleasure the return to Java, in
1~16, of their former masters, hoping thi us to increase their lost power
again, the rebellion oh l)iepo Negoro ~an illegitimate son oh the Sultan
of i)Iiicjakai'ta, who died in 1511. that broke out in 152i. (ause(l,
~`~`o,'Iliein S/(l!I'((lS~', Iit.uio Ik)('((OJ'.