We Set Sail Not Long
After From Masulipatam, And Arrived Safe At Bantam On Thursday The 6th
September, 1610, When I Immediately Went With A Joyful Heart To The
In my travel overland with the three Jews, I passed through the
following fair towns, of which only I remember the names, not being able
to read or write.
First, from Bramport [Boorhanpoor] we came to
Jevaport, Huidare, and Goulcaude, and so to Masulipatania.
[Footnote 298: These names are strangely corrupted, and the places on
that route which most nearly resemble them are, Jalnapoor, Oudigur, or
Oudgir, and Golconda, near Hydrabad. - E.]
Voyage of Captain Richard Rowles in the Union, the Consort of the.
"In Purchas this is entitled, 'The unhappy Voyage of the Vice-Admiral,
the Union, outward bound, till she arrived at Priaman, reported by a
Letter which Mr Samuel Bradshaw sent from Priaman, by Humphry Bidulph,
the 11th March, 1610, written by the said Henry Moris at Bantam,
September the 14th, 1610.' This account given by Moris, the same who
wrote the brief account of the journey of Nichols, relating the voyage
of the Union no farther than to Priaman, appears to have been only
transcribed by him from the letter of Mr Bradshaw, one of the factors;
yet in the preamble to the voyage, Moris says that he had the account
from the report of others, without any mention of the letter from
Bradshaw. What concerns the return of the Union from Priaman, and her
being cast away on the coast of France, contained in the second
subdivision of this section, is extracted from two letters, and a kind
of postscript by Purchas, which follow this narrative by
Moris." - Astley.
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