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  1. THE TABLE
  2. page
  3. The Contents of the Chapters and Paragraphs in the second Booke of the Second part of Purchas his Pilgrims.
     
  4. CHAP. I.—Continued.
  5. § 4.
    The voyage of Master Anthony Jenkinson, made from the Citie of Mosco in Russia, to the Citie of Boghar in Bactria, in the yeere 1558, written by himselfe to the Merchants of London, of the Moscovie Companie.
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    1
  6. River Mosco. Cazan. Merchants Iland. River Cama. Vachen Hords. River Samar. Licoris plentie. Sturgeon. Miserable Famine. Caspian Sea, Astracan, Hill Accurgar, Tartarian Prophet. River Jaic. Azi an holy Tartar. Manguslave Port. Great Wildernesse, Scarsitie of water, base living. Gulfe. Urgence. Vicious living. Huge Sheepe. Rovers and theeves. Divining sorcerie. Battell with Theeves. Guns very profitable. River Oxus. Sandie wildernesse. Strange Worme. Coyne. Tartarian usage. Kingly justice. Merchandises and Commodities. Land-tempests in Tartaria, and Sea-tempests in the Caspian. Caspian Sea described. Ill trade in those parts. Cathay Newes.
  7. § 5.
    Advertisements and reports of the sixt voyage into the parts of Persia and Media, gathered out of sundrie Letters written by Christopher Borough; and more especially a voyage over the Caspian Sea, and their shipwracke and miseries there endured by the Ice.
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    32
  8. The sixth Voyage into Persia and Media, by the English. A great frost from November to Easter in Russia. The Bashaes entertainment of the English at Derbent. English received into Derbent. Zere Iland. Shipwracke. Two huge Walls built by Alexander the Great. Nezavoo. An English ship cut in pieces with Ice.
  9. A Letter of Master Henrie Lane, to the worshipfull Master William Sanderson, contayning a briefe discourse of that which passed in the North-east discoverie, for the space of three and thirtie yeeres.
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    49
  10. A Letter of Master Lanes to his friend in England. A disastrous Voyage. Muscovie Trade unfortunate. Numbers mistaken. Cards deceiving. Authors triall.
     
  11. CHAP. II.
  12. Observations of China, Tartaria, and other Easterne parts of the World, taken out of Fernam Mendez Pinto his Peregrination.
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    59
  13. § 1.
    Mendez his many miserable adventures, his strange Expedition with Antonio de Faria; divers Coasts visited, Pirats tamed, miseries suffered, glorie recovered.
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    59
  14. Pintos excuse. His first Travels. Martyr of Mahomet. Pintos change-chance, taken, sold, taking. Farias fortunes. Birds dispeople a Kingdome. Chiammay. Ainam story. Faria tamer of Pirates. Piraticall villanies rewarded. Faria by Sea-fortune a King, Begger, Lord, holy, ho-ly-Theefe. Rovers Robbery, and punishment. China plentie of provision.
  15. § 2.
    Antonio Faria his taking of Nouda a Citie in China, triumph at Liampoo; strange voyage to Calempluy, miserable shipwrack.
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    75
  16. China Seas perillous men proud or base, with full and change. China Citie sacked by Faria. Portugall Citie in Liampoo. Farias Glorious triumph, and rash adventure for Calempluy. Giants: their apparell and rudenesse. Late deare repentance. Calempluy reported. Quansie taken, and Nixianco: Mendez his exploit. Their entertainment by the Tartar King, and going to Cauchin-china with his Embassadours, with many Tartarian observations

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    128
  17. Goatswooll-quarrell. Peacebreake-paritie. Calvo. Nauticor taketh Quansy. Portugals Prisoners and Conquerors. Tartar Campe and State; King described, his discourse. Tartars forsake Pequin. Incredible losse. Eastern Princes Ambassages. Tartars Pope, Monks, Nuns, Resurrection, Idols, Huge Lake.
     
  18. CHAP. III.
  19. Spanish plantation of the Philippinas, and what entercourse hath thence hapned betwixe them and the Chinois.
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    142
  20. § 1.
    First discoverie of the Philippinas: written by Friar Juan Gonzales de Mendoza.
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    142
  21. Magilianes discoverie of the Philippinas. Spanish plantation there. Ancient Rites of the Philippinas. Their hatred to the Spaniards. God rejected for malice to men. Commodities there.
  22. § 2.
    First plantation of the Philippinas, by Michael Lopez de Legaspi.
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    149
  23. Theeves Ilands. Bloudy leagues. Vicious, Suspicious. Portugal spite to Spaniards. First Bishop and Friers in Manilla.
  24. § 3.
    Of Limahon a China Robber and Rover, by whose occasion the Spaniards sent into China.
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    154
  25. Many Chinois Pyrats, why. Theeves rob theeves. Spaniards invaded by 95. saile of Pyrats. Limahon invadeth, burneth the Citie, repulsed: his spoiles. Limahon besieged, his escape. Omoncon his commission. Omoncon his promise. Token of gratitude. Spanish bountie. China Compasses, insufficiency of Mariners. Idolatrous worshiping.
  26. § 4.
    Friar Martin de Herrada, and other Spaniards entertainment in China, and their returne to the Philippinas.
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    169
  27. China customes in comming ashoare, and festivall entertaynment. Sea-Captaynes State in visiting. Chayres to carrie men. China courtesie, Women, Banquetting houses, Bridges, Husbandrie. Pastures, High-wayes: Chincheo described, Bridge, Navie. Kings Armes. State of Magistrates; goodly street and Palace. Insuanto stately; Omoncon and Sinsay vaine glorious. Spaniards feasted. Comedies and sports. Musicke. Chaire. Megoa spoyled by Japanders. Admirable stone Bridge. Suburbs of Aucheo described. Master of Ceremonies State. Span. and Chinois disagree. Reports of great China Cities. China Feast begun with Sunne-superstition. Tumblers. Play. Three headed Image. Vice-royes jealousie. Subjection. Chinois suspitious. Omoncon and Sinsay lyers. New-moone Musters. Souldiers punished. Superstition. Presents for the Spaniards. China superstition at the Friers parting. Oxe sacrificed. Farewell-feast. Ilands on the Coast. Port Tansuso. Iland Ancon. Straight or Gulfe. Tempest. Divinations.
     
  28. Two Letters taken out of Bartolome Leonardo de Argensola his Treatise, called Conquista de las Islas Malucas, printed at Madrid, 1609. pag. 336, 337. mentioning the comming of two English ships to China: which seeme to be two ships of the fleet of Benjamin Wood: The former written by the Visitor of Chincheo in China, unto the Governour of the Philippinas, Don Pedro de Acunna. H. P.
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    218
  29. English ships in China. Chinois selfe-conceit.
     
  30. The Answere of Don Pedro de Acunna, Governour of the Philippinas, to the Visitor of Chincheo in China.
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  31. China pride. Spanish Silver. English Ships.
     
  32. CHAP. IIII.
  33. The report of a Mahometan Merchant, which had beene in Cambalu: and the troublesome travell of Benedictus Goes, a Portugall Jesuite, from Lahor to China by land, thorow the Tartars Countries.
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    222
  34. Cathay taken to be Christian for Pope-like Holies. Tartars unquiet. Ill wayes. Ciarchan. Catay-Caravan. Jasper. Cotan Marble. Saracens insolence. Acsu in Cascar. China, Cathay; and Pequin, Cambalu. Wall and Garrisons against Tartars. 72. false Legats, very Merchants. Death of Goez, suit for his goods. Tartars terrified with Porke.
     
  35. CHAP. V.
  36. A generall collection and historicall representation of the Jesuites entrance into Japon and China, untill their admission in the Royall Citie of Nanquin.
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    239
  37. § 1.
    Of Francis Xavier, Melchior Nunnes, Valignanus, Ruggerius and Pasius.
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    239
  38. Jesuites glorying of Conversions: their Proselites examined. Saint Xavier. Devill consulted and worshipped by Chinois. Xaviers zeale. Portugals trade with Chinois. Amacao. Nunez. Ruggerius learneth the China Court-tongue. Fraternitie. Gifts usher the Jesuites to China. Ruggerius and Pasius.
  39. § 2.
    Japonian Embassage to the Pope; Of Nabunanga and Quabacondono their government; Corai invaded, Embassage from China, Taicosamas Temple, and Ogoshosamas succession.
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    254
  40. Japonian Embassage to the Pope, received in the Consistorie. Romish boasts: Papall favors. Nabunanga, Quabacondono. Many many Temples. King of Titles: Titles of the King. Devils subtiltie. Jesuites banished. Japonian workmanship. Prodigious buildings, raines, Earthquakes. Letter and Crowne. Taicos inhumanitie, death, deity.
  41. § 3.
    Ruggerius enters againe into China with Ricius, and is forced backe to Amacao; thence sent for againe by the Vice-roy. Sande and Almeida are sent to them, and enter the Countrey as farre as Cequion, and returne to Sciauchin.
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    269
  42. New entrance into China. Temple and Statue erected to Governours. Jesuites house and Images. Their

  43. CHAP. VI.
  44. A Letter of Father Diego de Pantoia, one of the Companie of Jesus, to Father Luys de Guzman, Provinciall in the Province of Toledo: written in Paquin, which is the Court of the King of China, the ninth of March, the yeere 1602. H.P.
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    331
  45. § 1.
    Difficulties of entring China, their dwelling at Nanquin, going from thence to Paquin, with Presents for the King, troubles in the way by an Eunuch.
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    331
  46. Jesuits by Present make way for Presents and Presence. Huge Garrison. Mandarins Houses. Devils disturbe not Jesuits. Jesuits Presents for the King of China. River and Ships. Mathan the Eunuchs pompe, his base minde. Tempting gemmes. Silence of deniall. Pompous Barge. Paintings. Petitioning. Covetousnesse injurious. Images, Crosse, Chalice. Suspicion.
  47. § 2.
    The King sends for them, is delighted with their Clocks and Pictures; they are shut up, after take a House, are admired for learning; Christianitie of China.
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    348
  48. Clockes and Pictures admired. King of China his Questions. Pictures, Chinois ill Picturers. Kings closenesse. Jesuites request. Jesuites shut up: hire a House. Chinois ignorant arrogance. Hopes and lets of Converting the Chinois to Christ. Great hopes of Conversion. Desire of Learning.
  49. § 3.
    The description of the Kingdome of China: of Catay and Musk; the division into Provinces; Cities and Townes described, Rivers, Shipping, Commodities, Diet, and feeding.
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    360
  50. Description of China. Errours of our Maps and Conceits of China. Intelligence from Tartarian Merchants. China populous. Huge Citie, Three walls. Commodious Rivers. Fertilitie. Strange fishing. Beautifull Barges. Path-way of ships. China merchandise, cheape food, huge Plaines, spare diet. China dyet, stickes, hot drinke, Oile.
  51. § 4.
    Their moneyes, apparell, persons, trades, wealth, learning, marriages, superstitions, rites, and opinions.
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    374
  52. Money, habit. The Persons, Trades, Riches, Nobilitie, Marriage, Heires. Respect of Parents. Funerall Rites. Fond Superstitions. Hell portraied. Lots, Divinations; Long life, Alchimie.
  53. § 5.
    Their bad Souldierie and Artillerie; Degrees, priviledges, honours and promotions of learning. Their Authors and Bookes, and Printing. The Mandarins commended.
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    383
  54. Militarie exercise, no Ordnance, Conquest; Studious, Printing. Magnanimous Mandarins. The Kings unwilling Proclamation.
  55. § 6.
    Of the government of China: Of the Mandarins; the China complements and manifold nicities.
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    389
  56. The Vices, Order, Power, Terrour, China Magistrates. Visitors, punishments, Apish humanitie, or tedious salutations. Presents, Invitations, Feasts, Complimentall vanitie. Papacie applauded: hypocriticall Excuses.
  57. § 7.
    Of their Women: Of the Tartars Conquest, acts and expulsion. The greatnesse of the King, and neighbouring States. Of the Queenes Eunuchs.
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    399
  58. China Women. China policie to prevent Rebellions. Revenue and Expences. State-contentednesse. The Queene and Concubines. Eunuchs. Law of Nations contemned. A Royall Palace. Fire from Heaven. King a home Prisoner. His Children of little esteeme.
  59. CHAP. VII.
  60. A discourse of the Kingdome of China, taken out of Ricius and Trigautius, contayning the countrey, people, government, religion, rites, sects, characters, studies, arts, acts; and a Map of China added, drawne out of one there made with Annotations for the understanding thereof.
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    411
  61. § 5.
    Of their Superstitions, Cruelties, feares of Magistrates, of the Kings kindred, of Strangers and Souldiers. Their Deities and three Sects: Priests, Nunnes, Monasteries, Legends, Lyes.
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    453
  62. Dayes, Diviners. Geologie, Sooth-saying, unnaturall Parents, selfe-killers, ill Arts, Gods. Confutian Temples, Opinions, Rites. Siequia from India. Millions of Shavelings; Idols, Nunnes. Lauzu Sect. Leu and Ciam. Sects multiplied, omnified, nullified.
  63. § 6.
    Of strangers, and forraine Religions in China.
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    464
  64. Strangenesse to strangers. Christians, Saracens, and Jewes in China; how distinguished. Christianity presenting gifts, representing Ethnikes.
  65. § 7.
    The Map of China, taken out of a China Map, printed with China Characters; illustrated with Notes, for the understanding thereof.
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    470
  66. China Map explained by Pantoia and M. Candish. China Map explained. Characters difficultie; Pictures. Quian or Jansuchian. Cara Catay.
     
  67. CHAP. VIII.
  68. A continuation of the Jesuites Acts and observations in China till Ricius his death and some yeers after. Of Hanceu or Quinsay. An Extract of Monfarts travell.
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    479
  69. Acts and observations in China. Elephants, Watch, Rites, &c. Horrible Hoaquan. Fasts and Processions. Hell-pasport. Jesuite slaine. Riccis death. Pantoias Petition to the King. Ticams Chappell. Hell and Devills in the Jesuites House described. Hamceu, faire street, triumphall Arches, Rivers, Ponds. Macao. Wood Calamba. Huge Serpents. Wilde Beasts. Merchandises, Cloath of Gold, Cabinets, Vessels, Massie Gold, Silkes.

  70. The Contents of the Chapters and Paragraphs in the third Booke of the second part of Purchas his Pilgrims.
     
  71. CHAP. I.
  72. A Treatise of Russia and the adjoyning Regions, written by Doctor Giles Fletcher, Lord Ambassadour from the late Queene, Ever-glorious Elizabeth, to Theodore then Emperour of Russia, a.d. 1588.
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  73. Russian Shires, Conquests, Largenesse, Soyle, Seasons. Cold and heat extreame; Rivers of Russia; Fruits. Commodities and Merchandise of Russia. The Commodities of the Countrey of Russia. Changeable Hares and Squirrels. Hawkes, Eagles; Fish plenty. Treacherie of bondslaves. Jaruslave. Russe building. Race of the Russe Emperours. Manner of their Coronation. Inauguration of the Emperour of Russia. Their Government. Sovereigntie, Jurisdiction, Appeales; States of Parliaments. Parliament forme and matter. Nobilitie of little or no abilitie. En quo discordia cives Perduxit miseros! Degrees of Nobilitie. Title Vich. Gentilitie, Merchants, Artificers. Secretaries, Officers, Commissioners or Presidents of Shires. Government of Mosko. The Emperours Counsell. Counsell of State. Customes, Revenues; Offices of Receit; Office of Chetfird. Rents, Customes, great Income, Amercements. Souldiers fee. Treasury, Revenue, Rent-furres; Mysteries of mischiefe. Oppression, Tyranny; strange devices to get money. Servile estate of the Russian Commonaltie. Three rich Merchants. Russes no travellers; Emperours jealousie. Courts of Justice. Ending of controversies. Lot judgement. Shin-beating. Executions; no written Law; Emperours Guard, Pensioners. Russe Horsemen, Footmen, Mercenaries, Captaines, Leaders. Russes mustering, forces. Armour, provision, marching, &c. Manner of Russe fights. Walking Castle. Reward for valour. Lituania. Narve. Mosko fired. Lamentable slaughter. Emperour of Russe his homage. Tartars Conquest; manner of Fight. Miserable Captivitie, Tartar Religion, Idols, Sorcerie, Marriage. Moveable Citie. Divers kindes of Charters, Cruell,