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Reef Fishes of the East Indies is an essential reference for biologists, naturalists, and scuba divers. This is the only reference that covers every known reef fish from the East Indian region. The book has been written to engender an appreciation of the regions amazing biodiversity and the urgent need to conserve it for the benefit of future. Author: Tavernier, Jean-Baptiste, Title: The six voyages of John Baptista Tavernier, Baron of Aubonne through Turky, into Persia and the East-Indies, for the space of forty years: giving an account of the present state of those countries, viz. of the religion, government, customs, and commerce of every country, and the figures, weight, and value of the money currant all over Asia. This book, published in London in , is a succinct compilation of information about the West Indies, containing, as indicated by the lengthy subtitle, “an authentick account of the first discoverers of those islands, and the parts adjacent, their situation, extent, boundaries, soil, product, trade, commerce, inhabitants, strength, government, and religion: also their principal bays and. The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East-Indies; Dutch: Nederlands(ch)-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia Belanda) was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now was formed from the nationalised colonies of the Dutch East India Company, which came under the administration of the Dutch government in During the 19th century, the Dutch possessions and hegemony were expanded, reaching Capital: Batavia.
Minutes of evidence taken before the Select Committee of the House of Lords appointed to enquire into the present state of the affairs of the Great Britain, the East-Indies, and Volume 1 [Company, Great Britain.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Minutes of evidence taken before the Select Committee of the House of Lords appointed to enquire into the present state Author: Great Britain. Company. Lord Clive's Speech in the House of Commons, on the Motion Made for an Inquiry Into the Nature, State, and Condition, of the East India Company, and of the British Affairs in the East Indies, in the Fifth Session of the Present Parliament. [Clive, Robert Clive] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lord Clive's Speech in the House of Commons, on the Motion Made for an Author: Robert Clive Clive. This lecture is based on the speaker’s book ‘East Indies (). It follows trade winds and trade routes to the ports across the East Indies and the Orient. It documents the struggles for trade supremacy between the Portuguese Casa da India, the Dutch East Indies Company, and the English East India Company. “There are matters in that book, said to be done by the express command of God, that are as shocking to humanity, and to every idea we have of moral justice, as any thing done by Robespierre, by Carrier, by Joseph le Bon, in France, by the English government in the .
England, India, and The East Indies, CE In the East India Company was chartered, and the English began their first inroads into the Indian Ocean. At first they were little interested in India, but rather, like the Portuguese and Dutch before them, with the Spice Islands. Johan Splinter Stavorinus () was a Dutch captain and rear-admiral whose important notes on his travels were edited and published by his son. Despite the state of the bindings an important book. The library ticket and stamps are from the "South Sea Library of Alvin and Ethel Seale", the same names as in the handwritten ownership entry. 17 Comments on “ A Brief History of the Dutch East Indies – Part 1. Jack Voogt December 6, The opening line of this story “The Dutch East Indies (c. – ) was part of a vast Dutch trading empire (Nederlands-koloniale Rijk) which stretched across the world.” has some contradictions in it. East Indies, the islands that extend in a wide belt along both sides of the Equator for more than 3, miles (6, km) between the Asian mainland to the north and west and Australia to the south. Historically, the term East Indies is loosely applied to any of three most restrictive and best-known use is as a synonym for the islands that now constitute the Republic of Indonesia.