By J. R. Bruijn, F. S. Gaastra, I. Schöffer (auth.), J. R. Bruijn, F. S. Gaastra, I. Schöffer (eds.)
This e-book provides tables which provide a nearly entire survey of the direct send ping among the Netherlands and Asia among 1595-1795. this era includes, first, the voyages of the so-called Voorcompagnieen and, then, these for and below keep watch over of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC). The survey leads to 1795. That 12 months observed an finish of the usual sailings of the VOC among the Netherlands and Asia, when you consider that, following the Batavian revolution in January, the Netherlands be got here thinking about battle with England. The final outward voyage left on 26 December 1794. After information of the replaced scenario within the Netherlands was once obtained in Asia, the final homeward voyage happened within the spring of 1795. The VOC itself was once dis banded in 1798. In overall sixty six voyages of the voorcompagnieen are indexed, yet another than the culture best friend permitted quantity. The reconnaissance send, POSTILJON, from the fleet ofMahu and De Cordes, that used to be gathered en course is given its personal quantity (0022). because the try out of the Australische Compagnie to avoid the monopoly of the VOC might be regarded as a continuation of the voorcompagnieen the voyage of Schouten and Le Maire can also be indexed (0196-0197). For the remainder, completely the outward and homeward voyages of the VOC are males tioned within the tables. of these there have been in overall 4722 outward and 3359 homeward.
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Helena. 0502 0498 Wrecked off Texel. 0513 Return fleet(5276-5279) under command ofKoekebakker aboard the AMSTERDAM; from 12-04 till 25-04 at St. Helena, where they joined the return fleet of Schouten. The fleet was under command of Koekebakker. 0511 0466 0493 0510 Return fleet (5280-5282) under command of Kornelis Schouten aboard the MARIA DE MEDICI joined the return fleet of Koekebakker at St. Helena; Schouten became vice-commandeur. 0529 From 05-04 till 25-04 at St. Helena. At the Cape 33 survivors of the KONING DAVID (0524) were taken on board of the fleet.
2 GOUDA Jan Willemsz. 2 HOLLANDIA Willem Usbrandsz. 2 MIDDELBURG Willem Kornelisz. Schouten Built 1620 Call at Cape -04-1624 Arrival 24-08-1624 Texel 400 jacht Z A 30-01-1624 Batavia 16-09-1624 Zeeland 400 jacht A A 24-08-1624 Coromandel 29-05-1625 Zeeland 800 A A 27-01-1625 Batavia 700 A A 27-01-1625 Batavia no call Z Z 27-01-1625 Batavia 18-12-1625 A 23-04-1625 Surat Oct. 3 DORDRECHT Willem Jakobsz. 1 WEESP Dirk Klaasz. 2 LEEUWIN Jan Willemsz. van Oostzaner Overtoom 400 1619 A 25-11-1625 Vlissingen 11-02-1626 Texel 27 On board I II III Inv.
Helena, afterwards lost. 0309 Stayed for 3 months at Mauritius; according to Dunlopf 451,043. 0250 Stayed for 3 months at Mauritius; forced by a heavy storm to sail to Plymouth, January 1626. 0312 Departure from Pulicat 31-05-1625; via Mauritius, and Plymouth, because of leakage and a broken rudder after a storm, January 1626. 28 Voyage TODD. 1 EENDRACHT Jan Usbrandsz. 2 WAPEN VAN HOORN Pieter Gerritsz. 1 KONING DAVID Koert Geurtsz. 1 AMSTERDAM Leendert Jakobsz. 1 DELFT Witte Kornelisz. 2 DELFSHAVEN Jakob Pankras van Vlissingen Built Va.