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Author: Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie.
Title: A remonstrance of the directors of the Netherlands East India Company presented to the Lords States Generall of the vnited Provinces, in defence of the said Companie, touching the bloudy proceedings against the English merchants, executed at Amboyna. Together, with the acts of the processe, against the sayd English. And the reply of the English East India Company, to the said remonstrance and defence. Published by authority.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A remonstrance of the directors of the Netherlands East India Company presented to the Lords States Generall of the vnited Provinces, in defence of the said Companie, touching the bloudy proceedings against the English merchants, executed at Amboyna. Together, with the acts of the processe, against the sayd English. And the reply of the English East India Company, to the said remonstrance and defence. Published by authority.
Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie.

Printed at London: By John Dawson, for the East India Company, 1632.
Alternate titles: Authentick copy of the confessions and sentences, against M. Tovverson, and complices. Authentick copy of the confessions and sentences, against M. Towerson, and complices. Reply to the remonstrance of the bewinthebbers or directors of the Netherlands East-India Companie. Authentick copy of the acts of the processe against the English at Amboyna.
Notes:
East India Company.
Signatures: A-E4; 2A-E4; 3B-G4.
"An authentick copy of the confessions and sentences, against M. Tovverson, and complices .." has separate dated title page, pagination, and register. "A reply to the remonstrance of the bewinthebbers or directors of the Netherlands East-India Companie .." (caption title) has separate pagination and register beginning on 3B1.
1E4 is blank. Variant: 1E4 printed as title page, "An authentick copy of the acts of the processe against the English at Amboyna"; original title to part 2 is cancelled. This is the case with all copies of STC 7450a.
In this edition, 1B1r has catchword "afore-"; 3B1r last line has "discouerie". Quire 1A and part 2 are in the same setting as STC 7450a.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie -- Early works to 1800.
Ambon (Indonesia) -- History -- Massacre, 1624 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A21088.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
A REMONSTRANCE of the Bewinthebbers or Directors of the Netherlands East India Company lately exhibited to the Lords States Gene∣rall in iustification of the proceedings of their Officers at Amboyna against the English there.
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AN AVTHENTICK Copy of the Confessions and Sen∣tences against Mr. Towerson, and Compli∣ces, concerning the bloudy conspiracy enter∣prised against the Castle of Amboyna, the which by the manifest grace, and provi∣dence of God was discouered the 23. day of February, in the yeare 1623. as also the Resolutions of the Governour Van Speult, and of the Coun∣cell taken in the busines.
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The Confession of Timothy Iohnson Factor, borne at New-Castle; aged 29. yeares.
The Confession of Robert Browne, borne in Eden∣burrow in Scotland, aged 24. yeares.
The Confession of Iohn Fardo the English Steward of the age of 42. yeares.
The Confession of Edward Collins English Mer∣chant, borne at London, aged 25. yeares or ther∣abouts.
The Confession of Iohn Beomont English Mer∣chant, borne in Barke-shire, aged 48. yeares.
The Confession of Ephraim Ramsy, borne at Ca∣relstow in Scotland, aged 21. yeares. Assistant to the English at Lohoe.
The Confession of Iohn Sadler, borne at London, aged 20. yeares, English Steward at Larico.
The Confession of William Grigs of Dunstable in the Countie of Bedford, aged 28. yeares, Eng∣lish Merchant at Larico.
The Confession of Iohn Clarke, borne at Ordington, aged 36. yeares. Assistant to the English.
The Confession of William Webber, borne at Ty∣verton in Devonshire, aged about 32. yeares.
The Confession of George Shacock, of the age of 31. yeares, borne at Westchester, Assistant to the English at Hitto.
The Confession of Samuell Coulson English Mer∣chant, borne at Newcastle, aged 39. yeares.
The Confession of Gabriell Towerson, Agent for the English in Amboyna, of the age of 49. yeares, borne in London.
The Confesson of Emanuel Tompson English Mer∣chant in Amboyna, borne in Hamburrough, of the age of 50. yeares.
The Confession of Iohn Wetherall English Mer∣chant, dwelling at Cambello, borne at Glaston in the Countie of Rutland, aged 31. yeares.
The Confession of Iohn Paul Assistant to the English at Cambello, borne in Bristoll, aged 31. yeares.
The Confession of Thomas Sharke, borne at Col∣chester, aged 36. yeares.
Augustine Peres Marinho Captaine of the Slaves, aged 36. yeares, borne in Bengala.
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A REPLY TO THE REMONSTRANCE of the Bewinthebbers or Directors of the Netherlands East-India Companie lately exhibited to the Lords States Gene∣rall, in iustification of the proceedings of their Officers at AMBOYNA, against the English there.