Samuel Purchas - geograf, udgiver og redaktør


Forkortelser

H = Richard Hakluyt preacher
HS. = Hakluyt Society (foretrukne udtale [Hacklit] JM)
PN. = Principall Navigations, 1589
SP. = Samuel Purchas (foretrukne udtale [Purkas] JM)
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x=x : Findes ikke i MfS bibliotek


Indledning

Denne tekst er skrevet med baggrund i de udgivelser, som geografen og historikeren Richard Hakluyt samlede, udgav og delvis forfattede. Teksterne om Richard Hakluyt og mine indledende bemærkninger om sammenhæng og eftertid er samlede i artiklen om Hakluyts første bind af Practical Navigation, 1598.

Hakluyts "efterfølger" Samuel Purchas og hans 20-binds værk om samme emner som Hakluyts værk introduceres i artiklen (filen) Purchas1 her.

De i Purchas' Hakluyt Posthumus indsatte kort er registreret i kortbasen. De kan findes med strengen "PUR-X-" i fritekstsøgning (feltet Regnr HS).

Efter at have annoteret de første fire bind af Purchas' værk vil resten af værket (bind 5-20) kun blive præsenteret her med en indholdsoversigt per kapitel, idet den totale digitaliserede tekst kan læses her.

Den digitaliserede udgave afviger i visse tilfælde på retsskrivningen - særlig kan der være forskelle i brugen af I - J, U - V, V - W - VV.



Bind
Side
Titel
Forklaringer
Anno
VOLUME V
Contayning the further Navigations and Voyages of Englishmen into the East Indies; the Dutch Navigations to the East Indies with Declarations of the Contentions between the Hollanders and the Engleish in the East; with Collection of Things most remarkable in the History of Africa.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Discoveries, of the English Nation in the Eastern Parts of the World: Continuing the English-Indian Occurrents, and contayning the English Affaires with the Great Samorine, in the Persian and Arabian Gulfes, and in other places of the Continent, and Ilands of and beyond the Indies: the Portugall Attempts, and Dutch Disasters, divers Sea-fights with both; and many other remarkable Relations.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter VII.
The second Voyage of Captaine Pring into the East-Indies. Or a Relation of the fifth Voyage for the Joynt Stocke, set forth by the Honorable and Worshipfull of the East-Indie Societie: consisting of five Ships, viz. the JAMES ROYALLl, of burthen a thousand tunnes, Rowland Coytmore Master: the ANNE ROYALL, nine hundred tunnes; Andrew Shilling Master: the GIFT, eight hundred tunnes; Nathaniel Salmon Master: the BULL, foure hundred tunnes; Robert Adams Master: the BEE, one hundred and fiftie tunnes; John Hatch Master. All under the Government of Marin Pring.


Opdelt i fem paragraffer, side 1-63.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter VIII.
William Hores Discourse of his Voyage in the DRAGON and Expedition, from Surat to Achen, Teco and Bantam; and of the surprising the Dragon, Beare, Expedition, &c. in a Letter to the Companie.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 64-85.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter IX.
The Journall of Master Nathaniel Covrthop, his Voyage from Bantam to the Ilands of Banda, being chiefe Commander of the two Ships, the SWANNE, Admirall; Master Davis, Master: and the DEFENCE, Vice-Admirall; Master Hinchley, Master: together with his residence in Banda, and occurrents there; contayning the differences in those parts betwixt the English and Hollanders contracted.


Opdelt i tre paragraffer, side 86-125.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter X.
The continuation of the former Journall by Master Robert Hayes, contayning the death of Captaine Covrthop, succession of Robert Hayes, surrender of Lantore to His Majestie, newes of the peace, and after the peace Lantore and Poolaroone seized by the Dutch, with abominable wrongs to the English.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 126-137.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XI.
A Letter written to the East India Company in England, from their Factours.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 137-147.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XII.
The Hollanders Declaration of the affaires of the East Indies: faithfully translated according to the Dutch Copy, Printed at Amsterdam, 1622. Written in answere to the former reports, touching wrongs done to the English. And an answere written by certaine Mariners lately published: with Depositions further opening the iniquity and crueltie of the Dutch.


Opdelt i tre paragraffer, side 147-174.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XIII.
A pithie Description of the chiefe Ilands of Banda and Moluccas, by Captaine Humphrey Fitz-Herbert in a Letter to the Companie.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 174-181.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XIV.
Three severall Surrenders of certaine of the Banda Ilands made to the Kings Majestie of England, faithfully translated out of Malahan into English; with a Voyage also annexed of Sir Henry Middleton.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, indeholder tekst af en del breve og rapporter, side 181-193.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XV.
The Dutch Navigations to the East Indies, out of their owne Journals and other Histories.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 193-241.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XVI.
Extracts of a Journall of a Voyage to Surat and to Jasques in the Persian Gulfe, set forth by the East India Societie of Merchants: wherein were imployed foure new ships; the LONDON, of eight hundred Tunnes, and therein Andrew Shilling chiefe Commander of the whole Fleet; William Baffin Master; the HART, of five hundred Tunnes, Richard Blithe Master; the ROE BUCKE, of three hundred, Richard Swan Master; the EAGLE, of two hundred and eightie, Christopher Browne Master. Written by Richard Swan.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 241-262.

THE FIFTH BOOK
Chapter XVII.
A Discourse of Trade from England unto the East Indies: Answering to divers Obiections which are usually made against the same.


Ikke opdelt i paragraffer, side 262-304.

THE SIXTH BOOK
Navigations, Voyages, and Land-Discoveries, with other Historicall Relations of Afrike.

THE SIXTH BOOK
Chapter I.
Observations of Africa, taken out of John Leo his nine Bookes, translated by Master Pory, and the most remarkable things hither transcribed.
§. 1. Collections out of the first Booke of John Leo, touching the People, Tribes, Languages, Seasons, Vertues, Vices, and other more generall considerations of Africa. ibid.
§. 2. Collections of things most remarkable in John Leo his second Booke of the Historie of Africa.
§. 3. Collections of things most remarkable in John Leo his third Booke of the Historie of Africa.
§. 4. The most remarkable things of John Leo, in his fourth Booke of the Historie of Africa.
§. 5. The most remarkable things in John Leo his fifth Booke of the Historie of Africa, and a description of the Kingdomes of Bugia and Tunis.
§. 6. Collections taken out of John Leo his sixt Booke of the Historie of Africa.
§. 7. Extracts taken out of John Leo his seventh Booke of the Historie of Africa, wherein hee intreateth of the Land of Negros, and of the Confines of Egypt.

Side 307-529 og slut på bind fem.

§. 8. Notes of principall things in John Leo his eight Booke of the Historie of Africa.
§. 9. Principall occurrents in John Leo his ninth Booke of the Historie of Africa.


De to sidstnævnte paragraffer for Chapter I er trykt i bind VI siderne 1-54.






Jørgen Marcussen

Opdateret 2017-10-15.
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