Sec. 3. Additional Supplement, from the Report of William Nichols.
Sect. IX. Voyage of Captain Richard Rowles in the Union, the Consort of the Ascension.
Sec. 1. Of the Voyage of the Union, after her
Separation from the
Ascension, to Acheen and Priaman.
Sec. 2. Return of the Union from Priaman towards England.
Sect. X. Fifth Voyage of the English East India Company, in 1609, under the Command of Captain David Middleton.
Sec. 1. Occurrences at Bantam, Booton, and Banda.
Sec. 2. Occurrences at Banda; Contests with the
Hollanders; Trade at
Pulo-way, and many Perils.
Sec. 3. Departure for Bantam, Escape from the Hollanders, and Voyage Home.
Sect. XI. Sixth Voyage of the English East India Company, in 1610, under the Command of Sir Henry Middleton.
Sec. 1. Incidents of the Voyage till the Arrival of the Squadron at Mokha.
Sec. 2. Transactions at Mokha, and Treachery
of the Turks there, and at
Sec. 3. Journey of Sir Henry Middleton to Zenan, in the Interior of Yemen, or Arabia Felix, with some Description of the Country, and Occurrences till his Return to Mokha.
Sec. 4. Sir Henry Middleton makes his Escape from the Turks, and forces them to make Satisfaction.
Sec. 5. Voyage from the Red Sea to Surat, and Transactions there.
Sec. 6. Voyage from Surat to Dabul, and thence
to the Red Sea, and
Sect. XII. Journal of the preceding Voyage by Nicholas Downton, Captain of the Pepper-corn.
Sec. 1. Notices of the Voyage between Saldanha Bay and Socotora, both inclusive.
Sec. 2. Of Abdal Kuria, Arabia Felix, Aden, and
Mokha, and the treacherous
Proceedings of both Places.
Sec. 3. Account of Proceedings in the Red Sea on the second Visit.
Sec. 4. Voyage from Mokha to Sumatra, and Proceedings there.
Sec. 5. Voyage of the Pepper-corn Home to England.
Sect. XIII. The Seventh Voyage of the English East India Company, in 1611, commanded by Captain Anthony Hippon.
Sect. XIV. Notices of the preceding Voyage, by Peter Williamson Floris.
Sec. 1. The Voyage to Pullicatt, Patapilly, Bantam, Patane, and Siam.
Sec. 2. Narrative of strange Occurrences in Pegu, Siam, Johor, Patane, and the adjacent Kingdoms.
Sec. 3. Voyage to Masulipatam, and Incidents
during a long Stay at that
Sec. 4. Voyage to Bantam, and thence to England.
Sect. XV. Eighth Voyage of the English
East India Company, in 1611, by
Captain John Saris.
Sec. 1. Incidents of the Voyage from England to Socotora.