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Author: Neck, Jacob Conelissoon van, ca. 1564-1638.
Title: The iournall, or dayly register, contayning a true manifestation, and historicall declaration of the voyage, accomplished by eight shippes of Amsterdam, vnder the conduct of Iacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598. Shewing the course they kept, and what other notable matters happened vnto them in the sayd voyage.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The iournall, or dayly register, contayning a true manifestation, and historicall declaration of the voyage, accomplished by eight shippes of Amsterdam, vnder the conduct of Iacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598. Shewing the course they kept, and what other notable matters happened vnto them in the sayd voyage.
Neck, Jacob Conelissoon van, ca. 1564-1638., Walker, William, fl. 1601,, Warwyck, Wijbrant van, ca. 1569-1615.

Imprinted at London: [By Simon Stafford and Felix Kingston] for Cuthbert Burby & Iohn Flasket: and are to be sold at the Royall Exchange, & at the signe of the blacke beare in Paules Church-yard, 1601.
Alternate titles: Journael ofte dagh-register, inhoudende een waerachtigh verhael vande reyse ghedaen 1598. English Journael ofte dagh-register, inhoudende een waerachtigh verhael vande reyse ghedaen 1598. Voyage of eight Holland ships to the East Indies. Journall, or dayly register, contayning a true manifestation, and historicall declaration of the voyage, accomplished by eight shippes of Amsterdam, under the conduct of Jacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598.
Notes:
A translation of: Journael ofte dagh-register, inhoudende een waerachtigh verhael vande reyse ghedaen 1598.
Translator's dedication signed: William Walker.
"Quires A-G pr[inted]. by Stafford; [par.]2 and quires H-Q pr[inted]. by Kingston"--STC.
Running title reads: The voyage of eight Holland ships to the East Indies.
Includes a glossary.
With a final errata leaf.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
East Indies -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08052.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIP∣FVLL, MASTER Thomas Smith, Sheriffe of the honorable Citie of London, and Gouernor of the famous companie of the English Marchants trading to the East Indies, Sumatra, Iava, the Isles of the Malucos, Banda, and the rich and mightie Kingdome of Chyna: and to the right VVorshipfull the Aldermen, and the rest of the Commit∣ties and societie of the said corporation. William Walker vvisheth all prosperitie and happie successe.
THE IOVRNALL, OR daily Register, containing a true ma∣nifestation, & Historicall declaration of the voy∣age, accomplished by eight ships of Amsterdam, vnder the conduct of Iacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt van Warwick Vice-Admirall, which sayled from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598. shewing what course they kept, and what other notable matters happe∣ned vnto them in the sayd voyage.
❧ A description of the Island de Cerne, which was now named Mauritius, lying 21. degrees to the South of the Equi∣noctiall line.
A further and more particular de∣claration of the Island de Cerne, otherwise called Mauritius, No. 1.
A repetition or more plaine mani∣festation, of such things as we found and saw in the Island Mauritius, and of such matters as we there did in the time of our abode. No. 2.
section
To the gentle Reader.
subpart
The description of Tuban, which is a Towne scituated in the Island called Iaua Maior, where we arriued the 22. day of Ianuarie, 1599. finding therein store and great plentie of fresh victuals. No. 3.
❧ A declaration of the maner of their Horses, and comely fashion vsed in decking and trimming them, together with their order in Turneys and running with their Launces, shewed vnto our Mar∣chants the 23. day of Ianuarie, to congratulate or wel∣come them, which was by those people accomplished very gallantly.
A true declaration of our attempt in the Island of Madura, before a little Towne cal∣led Mosbay, done by vs for the releasement of our peo∣ple (by force of armes) that were there imprisoned, and of our ill successe in the said attempt. N o. 4.
A breefe repetition of the Island of Madura.
The description of the Island Am∣boyna, and the situation thereof, with the wea∣pons, behauiour, and inclination of the people, of their going in their apparrell, and maner of their Gallies.
Another description of the Iland Amboyna, where we arriued with our foure ships the third day of March, 1599. Together with the maners and fashions vsed by the people of the countrey. No. 5.
section
To the Reader.
subpart
The description of the Iland of Banda, (which lyeth 4. degrees and a halfe Southward of the Aequinoctiall line) of their religion, aparrell, disposition, and inclination: together with their weapons, and order of warres, vsed by them against their enemies.
part
The signification of certaine Pictures or Counter∣faites, according to the letters A. B. C. &c. as followeth. No. 7.
A description how those of Banda vse to make them selues terrible vnto their enemies, when they ioyne in fight. No. 8.
No. 9.
No. 10.
No. 11.
No. 12.
No. 13.
Hauing thus finished, and declared the ariuall of these two Shippes in the Texel, we will returne to the other two, namely the Amsterdam, and the Vtrecht: which (after they had lyen two months at Amboyna, before Tuban, and could not there finde sufficient store of lading) sayled thence the 8. day of May towards the Ilands of Moluccas.
A description of the Isle of Ter∣nate, lying 28. leagues from Banda.
A declaration of the Cardes and figures of the Island of Ternate here∣after following, according to the numbers and letters.
No. 14.
No. 15.
No. 16.
No. 17.
No. 18.
The discription of Bantam.
Some words of the Malish speech, which language is vsed throughout the East Indies, as French is in our Countrie, wherewith a man may trauell ouer all the Land. The Portugals speech is apt and pro∣fitable in these Islands, for there are many Inter∣preters which speake Portugall.