Table for the 5,029 triples for predicate das:particulars

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das:AMSTERDAM"Equipped (0001-0004) by the Compagnie van Verre of Amsterdam. Eerste Schipvaart under command of Kornelis de Houtman aboard the MAURITIUS. From 26-04 till 27-04 at Maio I.; from 04-08 till 11-08 in the Mosselbaai; from 13-09 till 07-10 in the Ampalazabaai; from 09-10 till 13-12 in S. Augustins Bay, where before departure 127 of the 249 men were still alive; 11-01 till 21-01 at Ste. Marie I.; from 23-01 till 12-02 in the Bay of Antongil. The AMSTERDAM was set on fire near Bawean, 11-01-1597."
das:DUIFJE"Mau became master of the HOLLANDIA on 26-10-1595; he was succeeded by Hendrik Jansz."
das:HOLLANDIA"Jan Dignumsz. died on 29-05-1595 and Mau was his successor."
das:LANGEBARK"Fleet (0005-0007) equipped by the Compagnie Ten Haeff of Middelburg under command of Gerard Le Roy aboard the ZON after the loss of the MAAN, which capsized while firing a salute near Dover. The fleet met the fleet of the Compagnie de Moucheron under command of Kornelis Houtman; 1 day at Maio I.; passing the Cape the 2 ships lost sight of each other."
das:LEEUW"Fleet (0008-0009) of the Compagnie de Moucheron, under command of Kornelis de Houtman; from 01-04 till 17-04 at Torbay; from 11-05 till 19-05 at S. Nicolas; from 21-06 till 05-09 before Fernando de Noronha; from 17-11 till 18-11 in St. Helena Bay; from 21-11 till 07-12 in the Saldanha Bay; from 13-02 till 24-03 in S. Augustins Bay; from 10-04 till 27-04 at Mayotte; from 29-04 till 08-05 at Anjouan."
das:MAURITIUS"Jan Jansz. died on 25-12-1596 and Hendrik Jansz. was his successor."
das:voyage-0804_1A"From 22-06 till 22-11-1654 in the Wielingen. Suffering from a high death-toll and danger of mutiny it returned at thirty degrees southern latitude. Arrival on 22-06-1655 (see also 0838)."
das:voyage-0838_1B"Via Wight. In 1668 sold at Batavia, see also 0804.1A."
das:voyage-1000_1"The master was dismissed at the Cape because of bad command, and was succeeded by Pieter Willemsz.van Weesp. Via Annabon."
das:voyage-1001_1"Laid up and sold at Batavia on 07-05-1677."
das:voyage-100_2"22-08-1606 burnt in action before Malacca. According to Commelin the master was Wouter Jakobsz.; according to Mac Leod Walter Karelsz. There were also 15 blacks on board."
das:voyage-1002_1"Via the Wielingen, departure on 27-11-1663."
das:voyage-1003_1"Via the Wielingen, departure on 27-11-1663."
das:voyage-1004_6"Via the Wielingen because of adverse winds, departure on 27-12-1663. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 15-11-1669."
das:voyage-1005_1"Laid up on 30-09-1670."
das:voyage-1007_2"Taken by 4 English privateers near Wingurla on 02-11-1672."
das:voyage-1008_2"Laid up and sold on 30-10-1674."
das:voyage-10_1"Fleet (0010-0017) of the Oude Oost-Indische Compagnie under command of admiral Jakob Kornelisz. van Neck aboard the MAURITIUS and vice-admiral Wybrand van Warwijck aboard the AMSTERDAM. On 08-08 1598 the fleet was split up in 2 parts, 1 part - the MAURITIUS, the HOLLANDIA and the OVERIJSSEL - under command of Van Neck took on provisions from 07-09 till 11-09 at Ste. Marie I. and from 12-09 till 16-09 in the Bay of Antongil. Only 2 men died. The other half under command of Van Warwijck took on provisions from 19-09 till 02-10 on an island, they named it Mauritius."
das:voyage-101_1"Fleet (0095-0106) under adm. Kornelis Matelieff aboard the ORANJE. On 14-05-1605 the 7 ships of Amsterdam arrived in Zeeland; on 24-5 they departed with the 2 ships of Zeeland. From 04 till 19-07 off Maio I. and 07 till 15-09 off Annabon; from 01 till 27-01 1606 at Mauritius. At 06-01 the WITTE LEEUW and the AMSTERDAM were sent for Atjeh under vice-adm. Olivier de Vivere. From 25-03 till 05-04 at the Nicobar Islands; from 01-05 the fleet was before Johore where it started operations against the Portuguese. The ERASMUS, the PROVINCIËN and probably the EENDRACHT departed not before 30-05 from the Maas. The first 2 ships joined Matelieff on 14-07-1607 off Malacca, the EENDRACHT was sent for Mauritius to collect ebony. In August 1610 this ship was destroyed by fire on the coast of Coromandel. The ship probably never formed part of the fleet of Matelieff. The GROTE ZON and the KLEINE ZON stayed in the Indies and were broken up at Banda."
das:voyage-1013_1"According to Uitloopboek the ship departed on 03-05-1664; via Sierra Leone. Two men were put ashore before arrival at the Cape."
das:voyage-1014_2"Burnt in Japan, off Decima on 07-07-1665."
das:voyage-1016_1"According to Uitloopboek the ship departed on 26-08-1664. Laid up in 1674 and sold in 1675."
das:voyage-1017_1"Destination was Ceylon, but the ship could not reach it because of adverse winds. Laid up in Batavia in 1671."
das:voyage-1019_1"Stayed for some time for service at the Cape. Sold at Batavia in 1672."
das:voyage-1020_1"According to Uitloopboek the ship departed on 19-08-1664; laid up at Ceylon in 1675."
das:voyage-102_1"Purchased from the Admirality of Amsterdam, 1604."
das:voyage-1021_5"According to Daghregister 1665 the ship arrived on 28-07-1665."
das:voyage-1023_1"Taken by the English."
das:voyage-1025_1"Via La Rochelle, departure on 26-02-1665. The destination was Ceylon, but the ship passed it. Laid up at Banda in 1673."
das:voyage-1026_2"From 06-01 till 01-07-1665 at Goeree. The ship was burned at Batavia after an explosion in the gunpowderroom on 05-05-1666."
das:voyage-1027_2"Wrecked on Stour a Stack in the Outer Skerries, Shetland I. on 20-12-1664. All hands lost, also the cargo of fl.120,000."
das:voyage-1028_3"New departure from the Wielingen: 24-03-1665. Via Annabon and Cape Lopez, where 7 seafarers and 9 soldiers deserted. Wrecked on a voyage to Japan in 1669."
das:voyage-1029_1"Via the Wielingen: 08-01 till 24-03-1665, S. Vincente: 19 till 20-05-1665, Bravo I.: 22-05-1665 and Ascension: 14-07-1665. On board: commandeur IJsbrand Godske."
das:voyage-1030_1"Stayed for some time for service at the Cape. Destination Ceylon; because of adverse winds the ship sailed to Batavia."
das:voyage-1033_2"According to Uitloopboek the ship departed on 14-04-1665. At the Cape 1 1 English prisoners of the ROYAL CHARLES embarked."
das:voyage-1034_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1035_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1037_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1039_1"Wrecked at one of the Tiger Islands in 1674."
das:voyage-1040_1"The ship was wrecked at the Orissa coast on 03-11-1670."
das:voyage-1041_1"Via S. Tiago. One soldier was drowned. According to Daghreg. 1675 and K.A. 1196 laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675; according to Coolhaas III the ship was wrecked coming from Bengal in 1671."
das:voyage-1042_3"The ship was wrecked west of the Shetland Islands."
das:voyage-1045_5"Via Faeroe Islands. The ship stayed there for two months; ten seafarers enlisted. The ship brought commandeur Van Kwaalberge to the Cape."
das:voyage-1046_2"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675."
das:voyage-1048_1"Via Maio I. Pieter de Bitter died aboard."
das:voyage-1049_1"The ship was laid up at Ambon in 1669."
das:voyage-1050_3"Via Maio I. (25-06-1666). The ship stayed near Lombok from 26-02 till 10-03-1667. The OOIEVAAR was wrecked in the Ganges in Bengal, 30-07-1668."
das:voyage-1052_2"Via S. Vincente. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675."
das:voyage-1054_2"Acc. to K.A. 3979 the ship left the Wielingen on 31-06-1666. The ship returned to the Maas on 30-07 and set out again on 01-08. Via S. Vincente: two seafarers deserted. The ship was wrecked near Banda, 28-06-1670."
das:voyage-1055_1"Via S. Tiago (13-09-1666)."
das:voyage-1057_1"Via S. Vincente, arrival on 14-10-1666."
das:voyage-1059_1"The ship was wrecked on 02-05-1669, when sailing from the Bay of Swally; the cargo was partly saved."
das:voyage-1060_1"3 soldiers became seafarers. Acc. to K.A.1158 Hendrik Boudewijnse was master. At S. Vincente on 28-12-1666 till 25-01-1667. Coming from Persia the ship was wrecked at Baios de Padua on 05-07-1668, with 27 men drowned."
das:voyage-1061_1"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in 1674."
das:voyage-1063_3"Via Sierra Leone and S. Vincente. According to Daghregister 1666/7 the ship departed on 17-12-1666."
das:voyage-1064_1"Via Annabon. At Annabon and the Cape 8 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted."
das:voyage-1065_3"According to K.A. 3870 the ship departed on 29-04-1667."
das:voyage-1067_3"Taken by the English near Ireland in June 1667."
das:voyage-1068_2"Via Texel, departure on 06-06-1667. Via Sierra Leone, 24-08 till 02-09-1667. At the Cape one seaman and five soldiers came on board as prisoners (counted as passengers). They were probably released at Batavia. The ship was sold in 1673."
das:voyage-1069_2"The master died near the Abrolhos, and was succeeded by Kornelis Mathall. At Bravo I. there was a mutiny of some soldiers. Four soldiers were thrown overboard, one seaman and five soldiers went to the MEERMAN (1068). One child was born. The ship was wrecked near the isle of Galle (Bengal) on 08-08-1671."
das:voyage-1070_1"Via Torbay, where 5 seafarers deserted."
das:voyage-107_1"Fleet (0107-0114) under adm. Paulus van Caerden aboard the BANDA and vice-adm. Adriaan Maartensz. aboard the WALCHEREN. The total number of those on board was 1060. From 23-05 till 03-06 on the roadstead of the isle of Wight, the 3 ships from Zeeland arrived here 25-05; 29-03 at Mocambique, where they started operations against the Portuguese. When leaving, 26-05, the ZIERIKZEE ran aground and was lost; the mainfleet was therefore unable to sail before June, 29th; from 08-06 till 17-07 at the Comoro I; from 04-08 till 26-08 again at Mozambique and 02-10 at Goa."
das:voyage-1071_1"Via Maio I. Among the men who came on board at the Cape 2 seafarers and 25 soldiers were from the DAMIATE (1070)."
das:voyage-1072_2"The ship was driven out of its course and landed in the West Indies. Via Fayal (Madeira). It returned in May 1668. See also 1102."
das:voyage-1073_1"Via England, S. Vincente and Maio I."
das:voyage-1074_1"One soldier was sent home."
das:voyage-1075_1"A conspiracy was discovered aboard and the instigators were punished at the Cape."
das:voyage-1077_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia on 03-09-1680."
das:voyage-1078_1"The ship was laid up on 30-04-1677, and sold at Batavia on 07-05-1677."
das:voyage-1079_1"Second departure from the Maas on 16-12-1667."
das:voyage-1080_1"The ship was burnt and wrecked at Poulo Timaon on 07-06-1670."
das:voyage-1082_1"The ship was wrecked near Macassar on 04-08-1668."
das:voyage-1084_1"According to K.A. 3981 the ship left Texel on 06-12-1667."
das:voyage-1085_1"Laid up at Batavia on 16-06-1676."
das:voyage-1086_1"The ship was wrecked at the coast of Africa about 9 miles north of the Cape on 31-05-1668. Two men were drowned; one of them was the master."
das:voyage-1088_1"Via Portland, Wight (7 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted) and Cape Verde (15 till 27-03-1668). The ship brought commandeur Jakob Borghorst to the Cape."
das:voyage-1089_1"Ran ashore at Boulogne on 14-02-1668."
das:voyage-1090_1"Captured at the Cape by part of its own crew, 23-06-1669; the ship sailed to Pernambuco and was taken by the Portuguese."
das:voyage-1091_1"Sold at Batavia on 06-08-1676."
das:voyage-1092_1"Via Madagascar. Laid up at Ceylon in 1679."
das:voyage-1096_2"According to Raven Hart, vol. I the ship arrived at the Cape on 23-07-1668 and left on 11-08-1668."
das:voyage-110_1"Riding at anchor off Ternate in 1608, the ship was lost due to bad weather (July 1608)."
das:voyage-1102_2"See also 1072. Acc to K.A. 3981 the ship left the Cape on 13-08-1668. Laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675."
das:voyage-1103_1"One man was thrown overboard. The ship was laid up at Ceylon in 1675."
das:voyage-1104_2"Via S. Tiago (Aug. 1668). Acc. to K.A. 3981 the ship left the Cape on 13-08-1668."
das:voyage-1105_1"Acc. to K.A. 3981 the ship left the Cape on 13-08-1668."
das:voyage-1106_2"The ship lost its masts in a storm at 17° C. and 107° E."
das:voyage-1107_1"Via Annabon."
das:voyage-1108_1"Acc. to K.A . 3981 the ship departed on 02-10-1668. Via S. Vincente. Klaas Dirksz. van Kopperhoorn became master on 01-12-1668; after the Cape Jan Jansz. Oosterwijk succeeded him."
das:voyage-1109_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1110_1"Via S. Vincente. The hull of this ship was used at Onrust in 1675."
das:voyage-1111_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1112_1"Via 'Salt Islands' (= Cape Verde Islands)."
das:voyage-1113_2"Acc. to Daghregister 1668/9 the ship departed from Texel on 13-12-1668. Via Duins, 19-12 till 04-01-1669."
das:voyage-1114_2"Via Wight."
das:voyage-1116_4"Second departure from Goeree on 07-03-1669, but the ship returned because of serious leakage and was laid up."
das:voyage-1117_1"The ship was attacked by a Turkish ship at 36° N.; 8 men were killed and 31 wounded. The master was among the deaths. He was succeeded by Kornelis de Jonge."
das:voyage-1118_1"The ship was wrecked east of Cape 'Hangklip', at the East African coast on 20-02-1673."
das:voyage-1119_2"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1120_1"Laid up at Ceylon in 1679."
das:voyage-1121_1"Via Duins, 19-12 till 04-01-1669. Laid up at Ceylon in 1679."
das:voyage-1122_2"Laid up and sold in 1675."
das:voyage-1123_3"Second departure from the Maas on 17-03-1669; laid up and sold in 1675."
das:voyage-1124_1"Via Duins 19-12 till 04-01-1669 and the Canary Islands 24-01 till 26-01-1669."
das:voyage-1125_2"Second departure from the Wielingen on 12-01-1669. Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1126_3"Via Duins (till 04-01-1669). The ship was wrecked in the Ganges on 20-09-1672; the cargo of fl. 204,000 was mainly lost."
das:voyage-1127_4"Via Duins, till 04-01-1669."
das:voyage-1130_1"During the voyage 2 seafarers went from the ZEELT to the OUDSHOORN (1119) and the ALPHEN (1125). The ship went missing after departure from the Cape in 1672."
das:voyage-113_1"Riding at anchor off Ternate in 1608, the ship was lost due to bad weather."
das:voyage-1131_1"Via S. Tiago, 08 till 20-02-1669. After departure from the Cape Kornelis Kornelisz. Blankeroot became master."
das:voyage-1132_1"Wrecked at Tuticorin on 29-04-1670."
das:voyage-1133_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1134_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1135_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1137_1"Via S. Vincente. One man fell overboard. The ship was broken up at Bengal in 1675."
das:voyage-1138_1"Via Cape Lopez and Annabon. Laid up at Batavia on 15-11-1679."
das:voyage-1139_1"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 07-05-1677."
das:voyage-1140_1"The ship was wrecked at the Damar Islands on 24-01-1683."
das:voyage-114_2"Foundered 1607 Cabacella (Moz.)."
das:voyage-1142_1"The ship was wrecked in Banka Strait on 04-06-1671."
das:voyage-1144_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1145_1"The ship was met in the Channel by two Turkish privateers, but escaped. Via S. Tiago. The ship was wrecked at Tuticorin on 22-02-1682."
das:voyage-1146_2"According to Daghregister 1670 the ship departed from the Wielingen on 02-09-1669."
das:voyage-1147_1"The ship stayed from 28-10 till 03-11-1669 in Texel. At Colombo: 13-07-1670."
das:voyage-1149_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia on 12-09-1680."
das:voyage-1150_2"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 31-08-1678."
das:voyage-1151_2"According to Daghregister 1670 the ship departed from Texel on 17-12-1669. Via the Cape Verde Islands."
das:voyage-115_2"The ship was forced by bad weather to take refuge in the harbour of Vlissingen, July 19th and was lost, making its way out July 20th."
das:voyage-1152_3"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675."
das:voyage-1153_2"The ship brought commandeur Pieter Hakius to the Cape."
das:voyage-1155_1"The ship was laid up at Ceylon in 1679."
das:voyage-1162_1"Second departure from Texel on 17-05-1670."
das:voyage-1163_3"No call at the Cape because of a storm."
das:voyage-1165_3"Via S. Tiago. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in 1675."
das:voyage-1166_3"The ship was sold at Batavia in December 1680."
das:voyage-1168_3"Fleet (1168-1173) under command of Rijklof van Goens junior aboard the BREDERODE (1168). Via S. Vincente (4 or 5 days). Acc. to Daghregister 1671 6 died before the Cape. The ship was laid up at Batavia on 30-09-1678."
das:voyage-1169_1"Acc. to Uitloopboek 4389 the ship departed on 31-10-1670. Via S. Vincente 03 till 08-11-1670."
das:voyage-1170_2"Acc. to Uitloopboek 4389 the ship departed on 31-10-1670. The ship ran ashore east of Madura Island on 31-08-1677; 18 men were drowned."
das:voyage-1171_2"Acc. to Uitloopboek 4389 the ship departed on 31-10-1670. Via S. Vincente (03 till 08-11-1670). The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 31-01-1678."
das:voyage-1172_3"At Colombo on 04-07-1671."
das:voyage-1173_2"Acc. to Uitloopboek 4389 the ship departed on 31-10-1670. Via S. Vincente. (4 or 5 days) Acc. to K.A. 3984 6 died before the Cape. The master died on 30-10-1670 and was succeeded by Klaas Pietersz. Sluiter. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia, 01-03-1680."
das:voyage-1174_1"Acc. to K.A. 3984 the ship departed on 23-12-1670. Via Duins. Acc. to Daghregister 1671 the ship arrived at the Cape on 05-03-1671."
das:voyage-1175_2"The ship was wrecked on the Goodwin Sands on 26-11-1670."
das:voyage-1176_2"One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-1180_1"Via Falmouth, where 4 seafarers and 2 soldiers deserted and 1 seaman signed on. Acc. to Daghregister 1671 the ship left the Cape on 16-06-1671."
das:voyage-1181_1"Via Falmouth, where 3 seafarers deserted, and via False Bay (arrival on 25-05-1671), where 1 seaman and 2 soldiers were left behind. The ship was laid up and gallows were erected on the deck. (1680)."
das:voyage-1183_2"The ship was wrecked in the river Ganges on 05-12-1674."
das:voyage-1184_2"Via Falmouth. From the men who went ashore at the Cape, 7 ran away."
das:voyage-1185_2"Via Falmouth. The ship was wrecked at the island Fortuin near Sumatra in November 1677."
das:voyage-1186_1"Because of adverse winds via Duins (14-01 till 11-02-1671). Two children were born during the voyage. At the Cape 6 men ran away; Acc. to Daghregister 1671 the ship left the Cape on 06-06-1671."
das:voyage-1187_2"Via Duins, 15-01 till 11-02-1671."
das:voyage-1188_1"Via Las Palmas, where one seaman stayed behind. The ship was sold at Batavia in 1687."
das:voyage-1189_3"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 01-02-1680."
das:voyage-119_1"Captured by the Spaniards off Manila, 25-04-1610."
das:voyage-1191_1"The ship stayed almost a year at the Cape waiting for news about the possible outbreak of war with France. Finally the LIJSTER brought the expected message to Batavia. Laid up at Batavia in 1690."
das:voyage-1192_1"The ship was wrecked in a storm off Formosa on 02-08-1672."
das:voyage-1193_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1194_2"Acc. to K.A. 3984 the ship departed from Texel on 31-05-1671. Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1195_3"Via S. Tiago. Sold at Batavia on 06-01-1685."
das:voyage-1196_1"The ship ran ashore east of Madura Island on 31-08-1677."
das:voyage-1197_2"Via Gomera, where one seaman deserted and via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1198_7"Acc. to K.A. 1182 the numbers 1198, 1199, 1204, 1212, 1213 and 1218 brought together 553 seafarers and 254 soldiers to Ceylon. The ship was sold at Batavia on 25-10-1677."
das:voyage-1199_3"Via Wight (29-09) and S. Tiago. See also 1198. The ship was laid up in 1679 and the hull was sold on 18-01-1680."
das:voyage-1200_3"Via S. Tiago. Three children were born during the voyage; Acc. to Daghregister 1672 the ship left the Cape on 27-02-1672."
das:voyage-1201_3"Via S. Tiago. On the return voyage in 1674 the ship carried French prisoners of war. The ship was restored to the Company on 21-04-1676."
das:voyage-1202_1"Acc. to K.A. 3985 departure on 17-12-1671. Via Guinea, S. Tomé, Annabon, Ascension and Corisco. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 16-06-1685."
das:voyage-1203_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1204_3"See also 1198."
das:voyage-1206_7"Via Portland, where 3 seafarers deserted. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 12-05-1681."
das:voyage-1208_1"Acc. to Daghregister 1672 the ship left the Cape on 29-02-1672. In 1674 the ship was wrecked off S.Tomé."
das:voyage-1209_1"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 16-06-1685."
das:voyage-1211_2"One soldier who embarked at the Cape, turned out to be a woman. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 23-03-1677."
das:voyage-121_2"Captured by the Spaniards off Manilla, 25-04-1610."
das:voyage-1212_1"See also 1198. After departure from the Cape Steven Donker became master."
das:voyage-1213_1"See also 1198. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 22-05-1688."
das:voyage-1214_5"Acc. to Daghregister 1672 the ship left the Cape on 30-05-1672."
das:voyage-1216_2"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 22-03-1681."
das:voyage-1217_1"The ship was laid up at Malacca, in April 1682."
das:voyage-1218_1"Via S. Tiago. See also 1198. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 24-07-1688."
das:voyage-1219_1"Hubert Hugo was commandeur. From 30-05 till 17-12-1672 the ship sailed to Mozambique, Mayotte and Madagascar; 2 seafarers deserted at Mozambique. Via Mauritius from 15-01 till April/May 1673. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 29-08-1684. *These figures refer to the Cape and Mauritius."
das:voyage-1220_4"The master died on 04-07-1672; he was succeeded by Marten Binkershoek."
das:voyage-122_1"Captured and burnt by the Spaniards off Manilla 25-04-1610."
das:voyage-1222_1"Via Sierra Leone and Annabon. The ship stayed at the Cape and sailed on 30-01-1673 to St. Helena because of war with England."
das:voyage-1223_1"The ship was taken by the English."
das:voyage-1224_1"The ship was wrecked off Colombo on 15-12-1677."
das:voyage-1225_2"The ship brought the news of the war with England and France to the Cape and also the Heren XVII's order to do as much damage to the French and English as possible; the LIJSTER (1191) went to Batavia with the same message."
das:voyage-1226_4"The ZUIDPOLSBROEK, KATTENBURG (1227) and VRIJHEID (1229) under command of Jakob Geus left the Cape for St. Helena on 10-12-1672, arrived on 30-12 and took the island from the English on 12-01-1673. They left a garrison (± 100 men) and departed on 11-03-1673. The ZUIDPOLSBROEK arrived at the Cape with one soldier, taken prisoner at St. Helena. The ship was laid up at Batavia. *These figures refer to the Cape and St. Helena."
das:voyage-1227_3"See 1226. After departure from St. Helena no call at the Cape. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia. on 16-07-1677. *These figures refer to the Cape and St. Helena."
das:voyage-1229_3"See 1226. After departure from St. Helena no call at the Cape. One child was born during the voyage. *These figures refer to the Cape and St. Helena."
das:voyage-1230_1"The ship met the return fleet under command of Arnoud van Overbeke (5627-5641) near the Shetland Islands on 25-07-1672. Via Sierra Leone."
das:voyage-1231_1"Via Bergen in Norway (on 05-10-1672) because of loss of the main mast, where 5 seafarers and 7 soldiers deserted. Via S. Tiago, where 7 soldiers enlisted. 2 children were born during the voyage. Acc. to Daghregister 1673 the ship left the Cape on 21-04-1673."
das:voyage-1232_1"Taken by the English on 10-10-1672."
das:voyage-1233_1"Via S. Vincente. One child was born during the voyage. Acc. to Daghregister 1673 the ship left the Cape on 21-04-1673; acc. to Van Dam I, 491 built by Enkhuizen."
das:voyage-1234_1"The ship was wrecked off S. Tomé in 1674."
das:voyage-1235_2"The master died on 30-01-1673; he was succeeded by Willem van der Hop. The ship left the Cape on 21-04-1673, acc. to Daghregister 1673. It was wrecked 50 miles east of the Cape on 23-08-1673."
das:voyage-1236_1"On 29-12-1672 there was a fight with an English frigate (1 dead and 8 wounded), but the ship escaped on the third day. During this voyage the master and nearly all the officers died. Acc. to Daghregister 1673 the ship left the Cape on 26-05-1673."
das:voyage-1237_1"The ship was taken by the English, retaken by a Zeeland privateer, and restored in Zeeland. It finally left the Wielingen on 26-05-1673. Laid up at Ceylon in 1690."
das:voyage-1238_3"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1239_2"Acc. to Daghregister 1673 the ship left the Cape on 21-04-1673. The ship sank at Palembang on 28-09-1682."
das:voyage-1240_1"Via Goeree, departure on 04-02-1673, and via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-124_1"The ship stayed in the Indies."
das:voyage-1241_4"Lost near England in February 1673."
das:voyage-1242_2"Via S. Tiago. The ship was sold at Surat in 1680."
das:voyage-1243_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1244_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1245_4"Via S. Tiago. The ship was laid up at Batavia on 03-09-1680."
das:voyage-1246_2"Via S. Tiago. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 29-09-1685."
das:voyage-1247_3"Via Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-1248_1"The ship stayed at the Cape."
das:voyage-1249_3"Via S. Vincente, where 4 seafarers and 1 soldier stayed behind."
das:voyage-1250_1"The ship was blown up at the roadstead of Batavia in 1690."
das:voyage-1251_1"Second departure on 22-06-1674. The ship was wrecked on a reef near the 'Thousand Islands', on 13-09-1684."
das:voyage-125_2"Fleet (0118-0130) under adm. Pieter Willemsz. Verhoeff aboard the GEÜNIEERDE PROVINClËN and vice-adm. Frans Hendriksz. Wittert aboard the MIDDELBURG. The 3 Zeeland ships and the mainfleet met at Maio I. February 1608; from 15-05 till 02-06 at St. Helena; 28-06 somewhere in the regions off the Cape; from 28-06 till 23-08 the fleet started operations against the Portuguese at Mozambique; from 18-09 till 02-10 off Goa."
das:voyage-1252_1"Via S. Tiago. Acc. to Daghregister 1674 the ship arrived at the Cape on 10-04-1674. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia in July 1687."
das:voyage-1253_3"Via S. Tiago. Acc. to Daghregister 1674 one passenger disembarked at the Cape instead of embarked."
das:voyage-1254_2"Via S. Tiago, where 2 seafarers deserted."
das:voyage-1255_1"Via S. Tiago. One soldier turned out to be a woman."
das:voyage-1256_3"Via Tenerife, where 4 seafarers deserted, and via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1257_3"The ship took refuge at the Shetland Islands in December 1673, where it was taken by the English in February 1674."
das:voyage-1258_3"Via Cape Verde."
das:voyage-1259_2"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 13-04-1684."
das:voyage-1260_1"One soldier stayed behind on the west coast of Sumatra."
das:voyage-1261_1"Original departure on 10-02-1673, but returned two months later. Via S. Tiago. The ship brought the news of peace with England."
das:voyage-1262_2"Acc. to K.A. 1187 the ship departed on 10-08-1674 from the Cape."
das:voyage-1263_1"Via S. Tiago. In 1674 the ship capsized near the Maldive Islands. The master and the crew arrived safely at Cochin."
das:voyage-1267_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia on 03-01-1688."
das:voyage-1268_1"Acc. to Daghregister 1674 the ship departed from Texel on 29-06-1674. It was laid up and sold at Batavia on 29-08-1684."
das:voyage-1269_1"Via Cape Lopez, Sao Tomé and Saldanha Bay. Acc. to Daghreg. 1675 the ship departed on 10-02-1675 from the Cape."
das:voyage-1270_1"The passenger who embarked at the Cape was a prisoner; he died during the voyage."
das:voyage-1271_1"A conspiracy of seven men to sail the ship to Brazil was discovered; four of them were hanged at the Cape, the other three got a sentence of 20 years penal servitude."
das:voyage-1272_1"Via Pegu, 29-07-1675. The ship was laid up in Bengal in 1686."
das:voyage-1273_1"The ship was laid up at Ceylon in 1687."
das:voyage-1274_1"One child was born during the voyage and one soldier turned out to be a woman."
das:voyage-1275_1"The number of the shipowner's men is unknown."
das:voyage-1278_1"Via England (2 months) and Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-1279_2"Via S. Tiago. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 08-01-1683."
das:voyage-1280_2"Via Plymouth (15 days). The ship was laid up and sold on 22-06-1680."
das:voyage-128_1"The ship stayed in the Indies."
das:voyage-1281_3"Via Plymouth (15 days) and S. Tiago. Acc. to Coolhaas IV the ship arrived at Ceylon on 13-08-1675."
das:voyage-1284_1"Via Plymouth (15 days), where 6 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted, 1 soldier was enlisted."
das:voyage-1285_1"Via Plymouth (15 days) and S. Tiago. The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 30-10-1685."
das:voyage-1286_1"Via Plymouth (15 days), where 10 seafarers and 5 soldiers deserted. Via S. Tiago. Acc. to K.A. 1202 the ship arrived at the Cape on 12-05-1675. The ship was wrecked near the Thousand Islands' during a voyage to Palembang (01-09-1684)."
das:voyage-1287_3"Via Plymouth (15 days) and S. Tiago. Acc. to K.A. 3989 the passenger did arrive at Batavia."
das:voyage-1288_1"Via Plymouth where 7 seafarers deserted on 13-02-1675. The master died during the voyage and was buried at S. Tiago. He was succeeded by Laurens Verbeek. The ship was wrecked at Coromandel in January 1680."
das:voyage-1289_1"Via S. Tiago, where one seaman deserted."
das:voyage-1290_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia in April 1690."
das:voyage-1291_3"Via Plymouth (departure 14-09-1675) because of abroken mast and adverse winds. 102 seafarers, 55 soldiers and 5 passengers deserted or disembarked on Plymouth. 83 new seafarers and 3 soldiers were enlisted."
das:voyage-129_2"May 22th 1609 Frans Jakobsz. de Vries was murdered by the inhabitants of Banda."
das:voyage-1292_3"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1293_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1294_1"Via S. Vincente, where one seaman was put ashore."
das:voyage-1295_4"Via S. Vincente. During the voyage one seaman was enlisted."
das:voyage-1296_2"Via S. Vincente. The ship ran ashore and was wrecked at Colombo on 05-01-1680."
das:voyage-1297_1"Via Vlissingen (departure 18-05-1675). The ship was laid up and sold in 1682."
das:voyage-1298_1"Via the Shetland Islands, where 2 seafarers were enlisted. Via Cape de Monte, Elmina and Sombreise. The ship was laid up at Batavia in November 1686."
das:voyage-1299_1"Acc. to Daghreg. 1676 the ship departed from Texel on 12-05-1675. The ship was wrecked in the Ganges in Bengal on 23-05-1679."
das:voyage-1300_3"The ship was taken at the Canary Islands by 4 Turkish privateers after a heavy fight with more than 100 casualties."
das:voyage-1301_1"Via Cape Verde."
das:voyage-1303_1"The ship sank near Buton in August 1685."
das:voyage-1306_1"Via Zeeland (departure on 01-12-1675) and Duins (18-01-1676). The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia on 20-11-1688."
das:voyage-1307_1"Via Duins (departure on 17-01-1676), where one seaman deserted and one was enlisted. At the Cape 6 seafarers and 2 passengers disembarked."
das:voyage-1308_2"Via Duins (departure on 17-01-1676). The ship was laid up and sold on 04-03-1684."
das:voyage-1309_3"Via Duins (departure on 17-01-1676). At the Cape 5 seafarers went over to the MUIDERBERG (1308)."
das:voyage-1310_2"Via Duins (16 till 17-01-1676). One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-1311_2"Via Duins (16 till 17-01-1676)."
das:voyage-131_2"The ship was despatched to bring news of the forthcoming Twelve Years' Truce; stayed in the Indies and was wrecked near the Maledive Islands."
das:voyage-1312_2"Via Duins (16 till 17-01-1676). The ship ran ashore and was wrecked at Alkmaar Island near Batavia on 11-02-1686."
das:voyage-1313_1"The ship was wrecked at the Cape Verde Islands."
das:voyage-1314_2"Via Duins (16 till 17-01-1676)."
das:voyage-1315_4"Via Duins (16 till 17-01-1676). Via S. Tiago. The ship was burned on 29-01-1677 and the wreck was sold at Batavia on 26-02-1677."
das:voyage-1315_4"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1317_4"Via S. Tiago. The ZIERIKZEE carried part of the cargo of the SINT LAURENS (1313) to Batavia."
das:voyage-1318_4"Because of leakage the ship had to return to the Maas; second departure on 27-06-1676. During the voyage the ship was unsuccesfully attacked by four French ships. Laid up on 31-01-1681 and sold in February 1683."
das:voyage-13_2"Also mentioned as HOLLANDSE LEEUW."
das:voyage-1320_2"Three children were born during the voyage."
das:voyage-132_1"Captured by the Spaniards near Manila, 15-07-1610."
das:voyage-1321_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1323_2"The ship stayed for about two years at the Cape."
das:voyage-1324_1"Via S. Tiago, where one soldier was enlisted."
das:voyage-1325_1"During the voyage the ship was unsuccesfully attacked by four French ships. Via Cape Verde."
das:voyage-1327_2"Via S. Vincente. Laid up and sold on 22-03-1683."
das:voyage-1328_1"Via S. Vincente. Laid up and sold on 30-09-1684."
das:voyage-1329_4"Via S. Vincente. At Colombo on 19-06-1677."
das:voyage-1330_1"The master died at the Cape; he was succeeded by Herman van Doeyenburg."
das:voyage-133_1"Destined to explore the North-East passage to the Indies; discovered Hudson Bay and returned 07-12 in Dartmouth. Further information see I'Honore Naber."
das:voyage-1332_2"Because of icing the ship found refuge in the Veerse Gat; second departure on 11-03-1677. Acc. to Daghreg. 1677 on 30-06-1677 at the Cape and on 29-09-1677 at Batavia. The new master was Nanning Klaasz. Sanderus."
das:voyage-1333_4"Because of icing the ship found refuge in the Wielingen (Acc. to Daghreg. 1677 in the Veerse Gat); second departure on 11-03-1677. Via S. Tiago. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 13-05-1684."
das:voyage-1334_1"Second departure from Texel on 03-05-1677. Laid up at Malacca in 1690."
das:voyage-1335_2"Second departure from the Wielingen on 11-03-1677."
das:voyage-1337_1"Because of icing the ship took refuge in the Wielingen; second departure on 11-03-1677. Via S. Tiago. Acc. to Daghreg. 1677 at the Cape on 30-06-1677. Burned in the Bay of Gale on 19-12-1679 (6 to 8 casualties)."
das:voyage-1338_3"Because of icing the ship found refuge in the Wielingen. Second departure on 11-03-1677. Acc. to Daghreg. 1677 at the Cape on 30-06-1677. Via S. Tiago and Mauritius."
das:voyage-1339_1"Because of icing the ship found refuge in the Wielingen. Second departure on 11-03-1677. Via S. Tiago. The original destination was Ceylon."
das:voyage-1340_2"Via S. Tiago, where 22 men deserted. No call at the Cape because of danger of war. At Colombo on 29-07-1677."
das:voyage-134_1"Despatched to bring the news of the inauguration of the Twelve Years' Truce; the ship left Lissabon 05-02-1610, rounded the Cape 04-05, took on provisions from 25-06 till 06-07 at Madagascar. It stayed in the Indies."
das:voyage-1341_2"Via England, where 8 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted. 9 seafarers and 2 soldiers were pressed. The master was succeeded by Leendert Laurensz. No call at the Cape because of danger of war. One seaman turned out to be a woman."
das:voyage-1342_4"Via Falmouth, where 2 seafarers deserted and 5 seafares and 4 soldiers were pressed. No call at the Cape because of danger of war. Laid up and sold on 10-06-1683."
das:voyage-1343_2"Via S. Tiago. Laid up at Malacca in 1690."
das:voyage-1345_2"Acc. to Daghreg. 1677 the ship departed from Goeree. Via S. Tiago (16 till 20-05-1677)."
das:voyage-1346_2"Via S. Tiago. (16 till 20-05-1677)."
das:voyage-1347_1"Acc. to Daghreg. 1678 the ship departed on 07-12-1677; acc. to K.A. 3991 on 23-02-1678. Via Wight. One soldier deserted at the Cape."
das:voyage-1348_1"The number of shipowner's men is unknown. Via Cape Verde and S. Paulo de Luanda. One soldier deserted. Acc. to Daghreg. 1678 departure from the Cape on 07-02-1678. The master was succeeded by Hendrik Plechtman."
das:voyage-1349_1"The number of shipowner's men is unknown."
das:voyage-1350_1"About 30 seafarers were the shipowner's men. Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-135_1"Fleet (0135-0142) under Gouverneur-Generaal Pieter Both aboard the WAPEN VAN AMSTERDAM. The 3 Zeeland ships met the mainfleet near the Isle of Wight at 01-02; from 21-02 till 27-02 at Maio I.; at 09-06 a storm scattered the fleet; from 19-09 till 16-10 the WAPEN VAN AMSTERDAM took on provisions at Mauritius."
das:voyage-1351_4"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1352_4"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1353_4"Laid up and sold on 30-12-1683."
das:voyage-1357_2"Original departure from Texel: 07-12-1677. At the Cape 6 seafarers and 4 soldiers were sent home."
das:voyage-1358_1"Original departure from Texel: 07-12-1677. One soldier was lost during the voyage."
das:voyage-1359_2"The ship was laid up and sold at Batavia, 28-06-1685."
das:voyage-1360_2"37 seafarers were the shipowner's men. Via Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-136_1"The BRAK lost sight of the fleet at 23-06; 03-08 at Mauritius. At 07-08-1613 the ship sailed aground near Macassar and was lost."
das:voyage-1361_3"Via Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-1362_1"Via Fernando de Noronha (02-06-1678), Madagascar (114 slaves bought for the west coast of Sumatra; 51 died), Mauritius, Magalage and the west coast of Sumatra. The ship was laid up or wrecked in 1685."
das:voyage-1363_2"The number of shipowner's men is unknown."
das:voyage-1364_4"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1365_4"Via S. Vincente. The ship sailed to Ceylon because of leakage and the loss of topmasts (28-08 till 26-10-1678), where 8 seafarers and 63 soldiers left the ship and 37 seafarers, 11 soldiers and 5 passengers, came on board."
das:voyage-1366_4"No call at the Cape because of storm."
das:voyage-1367_2"Acc. to Daghreg. 1678 the ship left Texel on 28-04-1678."
das:voyage-1368_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1369_1"The ship was wrecked in the South Atlantic."
das:voyage-1370_4"Via S. Tiago. During the voyage 4 seafarers were lost. Unknown number of passengers on board."
das:voyage-1371_1"Via S. Tiago, 1690. Laid up at Batavia in 1690."
das:voyage-137_2"The CEYLON lost sight of the fleet 03-07."
das:voyage-1372_4"Via S. Tiago. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 19/29-08-1684."
das:voyage-1373_1"Via Cape Verde and Tuticorin (08-07-1679)."
das:voyage-1374_1"The seafarers were shipowner's men."
das:voyage-1375_2"Via S. Vincente. One seaman deserted. One stowaway became a soldier."
das:voyage-1376_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1377_2"Via Sierra Leone."
das:voyage-1378_5"Via S. Tiago (2 seafarers deserted). At the Cape one seaman went over to the AZIË (1376)."
das:voyage-1379_5"Via S. Tiago, September 1686. Laid up and sold at Bantam in September 1686."
das:voyage-1380_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1381_5"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-138_2"Lost sight of the fleet; from 30-07 till 02-08 at the Bay of Antipara; 02-08 in the St.Lucia Bay, where it took over the remaining cargo of the MAURITIUS (5077); 21-08 departure from Madagascar via the Bay of Antongil; from 27-10 till 08-12 at Mauritius."
das:voyage-1382_2"Via Saldanha Bay. Laid up at Batavia on 03-01-1688."
das:voyage-1383_5"One seaman was lost during the voyage. Laid up and sold at Batavia in April 1687."
das:voyage-1384_5"Via S. Tiago, where 4 seafarers deserted. Wrecked on a reef (off Ternate?) on 22-05-1682."
das:voyage-1385_5"Acc. to K.A. 1231 only one passenger on board."
das:voyage-1386_3"Acc. to Daghreg. 1680 the ship departed from Veere on 25/26-02-1680. Via S. Tiago, where 2 soldiers deserted. No call at the Cape because of a storm."
das:voyage-1387_4"Acc. to Daghreg. 1680 the ship departed from Veere. Via Plymouth (21 till 31-03-1680) and S. Tiago (27-04-1680), where respectively one and two soldiers deserted. Wrecked at Arrakan on 20-10-1681."
das:voyage-1388_3"Via S. Tiago. Stayed at the Cape for service. Laid up at the west coast of Sumatra in 1687."
das:voyage-1389_3"Wrecked between the Cape and India on 36° S. in August 1680. All hands lost."
das:voyage-1390_1"Via Wight (departure on 30-03-1680), where 6 soldiers and 2 seafarers were enlisted."
das:voyage-1391_1"Via Wight (departure on 29-03-1680), one seafarer deserted; laid up at Tuticorin, 1690."
das:voyage-1392_1"Stayed in Lisbon for 6 months. Via Madeira Island and Tuticorin."
das:voyage-139_3"Lost sight of the fleet; from 24-07 till 03-08 in the 'Verhagens-baai'; from 29-08 till 27-09 at Mayotte."
das:voyage-1393_2"Via Portland (06 till 29-03-1680) and S. Tiago (02 till 06-05-1680). At the Cape 2 prisoners came on board."
das:voyage-1394_3"Via S. Tiago. Laid up at Ceylon in 1686."
das:voyage-1395_1"Via S. Tiago, where 1 seafarer deserted. Via Saldanha Bay. Acc. to Daghreg. 1680 the ship arrived on 30-09-1680 at the Cape."
das:voyage-1396_1"Acc. to Daghreg. 1680 the ship arrived at the Cape on 30-09-1680."
das:voyage-1397_3"Acc. to Daghreg. 1680 the ship arrived at the Cape on 30-09-1680."
das:voyage-1398_3"Via Saldanha Bay (09-12 till 24-01-1681); Acc. to Daghreg. 1681 24 men died before the Cape."
das:voyage-1400_1"Via Cape Lopez Gonsalvez. The ship was laid up at Batavia in 1693."
das:voyage-1401_1"Via Cape Lopez Gonsalvez. The ship was wrecked on the Ganges in Bengal in 1688."
das:voyage-140_2"See 0139."
das:voyage-1402_1"Via S. Tiago and Saldanha Bay. The ship was laid up at Ceylon in 1694."
das:voyage-1403_3"Via Torbay (24 till 30-11-1680). Dirk Fiji succeeded Jakob Karstensz. (16-11-1680)."
das:voyage-1405_1"Originally the ship was not bound for Ceylon, but for the Cape. Probably sailed to Ceylon for rice. Laid up at Bengal in 1694."
das:voyage-1406_1"Via S. Tiago and Tuticorin (12-08-1681). Laid up at Batavia in December 1696."
das:voyage-1407_1"Via S.Tiago. Orders were received for a slave trade to Madagascar and to bring the slaves to the west coast of Sumatra. Via Ceylon (24-11 till 05-12-1681) and Sumatra. Acc. to Daghreg. 1682 the ship arrived at Batavia on 02-09-1682."
das:voyage-1408_3"Acc. to Daghreg. 1681 the ship departed from Zeeland. At the Cape 27 soldiers of the SILLIDA (1407) embarked. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 20-11-1688."
das:voyage-1409_2"Laid up in 1687."
das:voyage-1410_1"Via Duins, Plymouth (7 days) and Saldanha Bay (7 days)."
das:voyage-1411_1"Laid up at Batavia, January 1694."
das:voyage-141_2"See 0139."
das:voyage-1412_5"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1413_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1414_2"Via S. Vincente; laid up at Batavia in 1690."
das:voyage-1416_5"The ship struck on the rocks of Tristan da Cunha, but without damage; because of leakage near Sunda Strait the ship called at the Wijnkoopsbergen. Laid up and sold at Batavia on 04-07-1684."
das:voyage-1417_1"Acc. to Daghreg. 1682 the ship departed from the Wielingen on 01-06-1681. Via S. Tiago, where 4 seafarers and 2 soldiers deserted."
das:voyage-1418_1"Via S. Tiago. Acc. To Daghreg. 1682 the ship arrived at Tanara on 04-04-1682. 30 soldiers were taken on board."
das:voyage-1419_1"Via S. Tiago. At Bantam 70 soldiers embarked. A fire in the galley during a voyage from Bengal to Batavia destroyed the ship on 20-12-1689."
das:voyage-1420_4"Via S. Tiago, where 4 seafarers deserted. The master Kornelis Meppel was disrated; 2 seafarers became soldiers. One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-142_1"See 0139."
das:voyage-1421_5"At the Cape part of the cargo of the return fleet of November 1681 was transferred to this ship, which returned to patria. Rijklof van Goens was succeeded by Jakob Barendsz. Sonbeek."
das:voyage-1423_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1424_1"Via S. Tiago (2 days). Laid up at Batavia in 1697."
das:voyage-1425_1"Via S. Tiago (17 till 24-05-1682). At the Cape 12 seafarers and 27 soldiers went aboard other ships, 3 seaf. from the JAVA (1427) embarked. Via Madagascar (16-07 till 27-09-1682) where 241 slaves were taken aboard. Via Cochin (23 till 31-11-1682): 30 seaf. and 1 sold, disembarked, 5 seaf. and 2 sold, embarked. Via Padang (arrival: 24-01-1683): 6 seaf. disembarked, and via Padang on the west coast of Sumatra (05-03-1683)."
das:voyage-1426_3"Via S. Tiago because of leakage (23 till 28-03-1682). Serious damage after a heavy storm from 22 till 25-07-1682."
das:voyage-1427_2"Via S. Tiago (24 till 29-03-1682). The passengers who embarked at the Cape were survivors of the English ship JOANNA. One soldier deserted."
das:voyage-1428_1"Via S. Tiago, Trinidad (departure 10-07-1682) and the Bahia de Todos os Santos (20-07 till 19- 08-1682). Laid up at Ternate in 1694."
das:voyage-1429_1"Via Maio Island. The passengers who embarked at the Cape were survivors of the English ship JOANNA."
das:voyage-1430_3"Via S. Tiago because of leakage (24 till 29-03-1682). 2 seafarers went missing during the voyage."
das:voyage-1431_4"Via Duins and S. Tiago. (3 days)."
das:voyage-1432_1"Via Duins (1 day) and S. Tiago (2 days). The passengers who embarked at the Cape were survivors of the English ship JOANNA."
das:voyage-143_3"Fleet (0143-0144) under the command of Hendrik Brouwer aboard the RODE LEEUW MET PIJLEN sailed the southern passage for the first time (latitude ca. 36° south), which was made obligatory in 1616. The GOUDA was captured by the Spaniards near Tidore, 04-05-1612."
das:voyage-1433_3"Via S. Tiago (arrival 25-04-1682). Acc. To Daghreg. 1682 the ship arrived at the Cape on 06-08-1682. The ship was wrecked west of Sumatra in 1684."
das:voyage-1434_4"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1435_2"Via S. Tiago. It took 3 months to pass the Equator. Called at the Gulf of Guinea. Via Loanga, S. Paulo and Cape Lopez Gonsalvez."
das:voyage-1436_5"Acc. To K.A. 3995 the ship departed from Texel on 03-05-1682. Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1437_6"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1438_1"Acc. to K.A. 1261 the ship departed from Goeree on 07-05-1682. Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1439_1"Via S. Tiago. 3 seafarers deserted."
das:voyage-1440_1"Via S. Tiago, where 2 soldiers deserted."
das:voyage-144_2"The LEEUW was, because of its unseaworthiness, abandoned by its crew and set on fire, August 1615."
das:voyage-1442_1"According to K.A. 3995 departure from Texel 21-10-1682; via S. Tiago and Tuticorin (25-05-1683)."
das:voyage-1443_5"Via S. Tiago (12-12 till 18-12-1682 where 2 seafarers deserted. According to K.A. 1271 the ship departed on 06-11-1682 from Goeree and on 15-03-1683 from the Cape."
das:voyage-1444_6"Via Duins. Via S. Tiago (arrival on 04-03-1683) where 2 seafarers deserted."
das:voyage-1445_1"Via England."
das:voyage-1446_1"Via Duins and Wight. Via Madagascar, Ceylon, Malabar and the west coast of Sumatra where the ship brought slaves (108 out of 274 died). The ship stayed there from 27-06-1684 till 28-06-1685."
das:voyage-1447_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1448_2"Via England. Stayed at the Cape."
das:voyage-1449_6"Via S. Tiago (17-02 till 19-02-1683), Poulo Chinco (arrival on 06-08-1683), and the west coast of Sumatra (Padang: arrival on 06-09-1683) where 27 seafarers disembarked."
das:voyage-1450_4"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1452_1"The ship was delayed by much adverse winds and calm. Via Sierra Leone, Cabo Negro in Angola (where 1 soldier deserted) and S. Paulo. The master died."
das:voyage-1453_1"Via S. Tiago (23-06 till 28-06-1683)."
das:voyage-1454_2"Via S. Tiago (24-06 till 28-06-1683). According to K.A. 1271 the ship arrived on 03-12-1683 at Batavia."
das:voyage-1456_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1457_1"The ship was wrecked."
das:voyage-1458_6"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1459_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia in 1696."
das:voyage-1460_1"Via Duins, S. Tiago (26-10 till 30-10-1683), Sierra Leone (03-05 till 13-05-1684; 7 seafarers deserted) and Sao Tomé (depature on 03-07-1684; 2 seafarers deserted)."
das:voyage-1461_1"According to Coolhaas VI this ship was called EEMNES (1461, 5790, 1493, 5863, 1608, 5911, 1686). Stayed at the Cape."
das:voyage-146_2"Fleet (0146-0148) under the command of Laurens Reaal aboard the BANDA; the BANDA and the HALVE MAAN took on provisions in St. Lucia Bay; from 15-12 till 23-12 at Mauritius. According to Commelin the master of the BANDA was Roelof Harmensz."
das:voyage-1463_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1464_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1465_2"58 to 60 seafarers were the shipowners men. According to K.A. 1283 the ship arrived on 09-04-1684 at the Cape."
das:voyage-1466_1"53 seafarers were the shipowner's men."
das:voyage-1468_2"According to K.A. 1283 the ship arrived on 04-04-1684 at the Cape and departed 23-04. According to K.A. 1293 the ship departed on 23-05-1684 from the Cape."
das:voyage-1470_1"According to K.A. 1283 the ship arrived on 16-06-1684 at the Cape and departed on 26-06-1684."
das:voyage-1472_1"Via S. Tiago and Mauritius. The ship was laid up at Ceylon in 1704."
das:voyage-1473_1"Via Cape Lopez, Sao Tomé and the west coast of Sumatra. Laid up at Ceylon in 1694."
das:voyage-1474_1"According to K.A. 1294 the ship departed from Texel on 16-05-1684 and left the Cape on 16-01-1685. Via S. Tiago (arrival on 10-07-1684) where 1 seafarer deserted. Via Saldanha Bay (arrival on 06-10-1684)."
das:voyage-1475_3"Via S. Tiago. According to K.A. 1283 the ship departed from the Cape on 30-10-1684."
das:voyage-1476_3"According to K.A. 1297 the ship departed from Texel on 19-05-1684. Via Sao Tomé (04-08 till 16-08-1684)."
das:voyage-1478_5"Via S. Tiago (arrival on 19-07-1684) where 3 seafarers deserted. Via Saldanha Bay (arrival on 06-10-1684)."
das:voyage-1481_1"Via S. Tiago (19-07 till 23-07-1684)."
das:voyage-1482_2"Via S. Tiago (23-08 till 28-08-1684)."
das:voyage-1483_1"Via S. Tiago (arrival on 22-08 and Annabon, arrival on 20-10-1684). According to K.A. 1297 the ship departed from the Cape on 20-02-1685. The ship was taken by the French at Ceylon in 1690."
das:voyage-1484_2"Via S. Tiago (23-08 till 28-08-1684). According to K.A. 1297 the ship arrived on 20-10-1684 at the Cape and departed on 10-12-1684. Wrecked in the mouth of the Ganges in January 1686."
das:voyage-1485_3"Via S. Tiago (arrival on 02-09-1684) where 2 soldiers deserted."
das:voyage-1486_1"According to K.A. 3997 the ship departed on 24-08-1684 from the Wielingen. Via S. Tiago (13-09 till 14-09-1684), Laid up and sold at Batavia in 1699."
das:voyage-1487_1"Via Duins where 11 seafarers and 2 soldiers deserted and 12 seafarers were enlisted, via S. Tiago (11-01 till 20-01-1685) where 3 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted and the Cape where 1 seafarer deserted. According to K.A. 1297 the ship arrived on 10-04-1685 at the Cape."
das:voyage-1488_2"At the Cape 1 seafarer deserted. According to K.A . 1297 the ship departed on 19-05-1685 from the Cape."
das:voyage-1489_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1490_2"Via the west coast of Sumatra (06-07 till 22-07-1685). Wrecked in Sunda Strait in 1697; according to Daghregister 1697 laid up at Batavia in 1697."
das:voyage-149_1"Capsized near Makian 31-01-1613; 15 survivors."
das:voyage-1491_2"The ship was laid up at Batavia and sold in 1967."
das:voyage-1492_1"At the Cape 1 seafarer and 1 soldier deserted."
das:voyage-1493_2"Via S. Tiago (26-01 till 27-01-1685)."
das:voyage-1494_2"According to K.A. 3999 the ship departed from Texel on 23-11-1684. Via Duins and S. Tiago. On board was Hendrik Adriaan van Reede tot Drakestein, commissaris-generaat."
das:voyage-1497_1"At the Cape 1 seafarer deserted."
das:voyage-1498_1"Via S. Tiago (13-06 till 17-06-1685)."
das:voyage-1499_4"Via Cape Lopez (25-07 till 29-07-1685)."
das:voyage-1500_1"Via S. Tiago (13-06 till 17-06-1685)."
das:voyage-1501_1"The ship went to Madagascar for slave trade (arr. on 16-02-1686) but was taken in the same month by an English pirate in the river of Mamegare on Madagascar."
das:voyage-1502_6"The ship was wrecked in Banka street on a voyage to Siam on 18-09-1686."
das:voyage-1503_1"At the Cape 2 soldiers deserted."
das:voyage-1506_2"Via England."
das:voyage-1507_2"The ship was sold at Batavia in October 1697."
das:voyage-1508_2"Via Cape Verde (13-01 till 19-01-1686)."
das:voyage-1509_1"On 08-12-1685 back in the Wielingen and on 03-02-1686 for the second time out. Via S. Tiago (12-03 till 23-03-1686) where 5 seafarers deserted. On the voyage 4 seafarers became soldiers and 2 soldiers became seafarers."
das:voyage-1510_1"The ship was laid up India."
das:voyage-151_1"Ran aground near Surat and lost, 17-07-1617."
das:voyage-1511_2"Via Duins where 1 soldier deserted."
das:voyage-1512_1"The ship was laid up at Batavia in May 1698."
das:voyage-1513_2"The ship was wrecked on the Sorlings. All hands were lost."
das:voyage-1514_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1515_2"Via Texel (departure on 03-02-1686). Laid up at Batavia in December 1696."
das:voyage-1516_1"Via England where 2 seafarers deserted. Wrecked on the roads of Semarang because of leakage on 21-08-1697."
das:voyage-1517_2"On 06-06-1686 departure from the Cape to Madagascar for slave trade. On 13-11-1686 back at the Cape with 212 slaves. Via Ceylon and the west coast of Sumatra (arrival on 02-09-1687). Laid up at Batavia in December 1696."
das:voyage-1518_3"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1519_7"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-15_2"The former DUIFJE of the Eerste Schipvaart."
das:voyage-1520_2"Via England; according to K.A. 1307 arrival at on the Cape on 12-09-1686. Laid up at Batavia in December 1696."
das:voyage-152_2"Fleet (0149-0161) under the command of Adriaan Martensz. Blok aboard the GELDERLAND. The total number of those on board was ca. 2000. From 17-01 till 09-02 at Maio I.; from 21-03 till 31-03 at Cape Lopez; from 19-04 till 01-05 at Annabon; 25-06 somewhere off the Cape; from 06-08 till 23-08 at Reunion; 03-05 the GROENE LEEUW and the STER were sent to Coromandel; 15-07 the DUIFJE was sent ahead of the fleet to Bantam."
das:voyage-1522_1"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1524_1"Via Saldanha Bay (arrival on 23-11-1686)."
das:voyage-1525_1"Via S. Tiago. At the Cape 2 soldiers went over to the KORTGENE (1523)."
das:voyage-1526_4"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1527_1"Via Saldanha Bay (arrival on 26-11-1686)."
das:voyage-1529_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-1531_2"Via Tuticorin (arrival on 11-08-1687)."
das:voyage-1532_1"Via Saldanha Bay (25-04 till 29-05-1687)."
das:voyage-1534_3"Via Tuticorin (arrival on 10-08-1687)."
das:voyage-1537_1"Via Saldanha Bay (25-04 till 29-05-1687)."
das:voyage-1538_6"Wrecked at Temate in 1689. According to Daghregister 1696 sold at Batavia, July 1696."
das:voyage-154_1"Coming from Manila lost near Japan, 31-01-1613."
das:voyage-1541_1"Via S. Tiago. The ship stayed at the Cape. On 16-01-1690 wrecked at Klippenpunt about 15 miles west of Cape St. Francis."
das:voyage-1542_2"Via S. Tiago. Laid up at Macassar in 1694."
das:voyage-1543_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1545_2"3 Stowaways became seafarers during the voyage. Laid up at Batavia in 1702, according to Daghregister 1700 laid up at Batavia in May 1700."
das:voyage-1550_2"Laid up at Batavia in 1697."
das:voyage-155_1"Lost sight of the mainfleet after a heavy storm 05-07 but joined the fleet again at 22-10; in the meanwhile took on provisions in the Bay of Antongil."
das:voyage-1552_1"Wrecked at Ponte Pedro in 1691."
das:voyage-1553_2"Via Saldanha Bay (April 1688)."
das:voyage-1555_1"Via S. Tiago (22-01 till 24-01-1688)."
das:voyage-1556_3"At the Cape 1 seafarer deserted."
das:voyage-1558_2"Via S. Tiago."
das:voyage-1559_2"Wrecked at the river Ganges in 1690."
das:voyage-156_2"Broken up in the Moluccas, June 1615."
das:voyage-1562_2"Via S. Vincente. At the Cape 1 soldier deserted. Laid up at Batavia in October 1696."
das:voyage-1563_3"Via S. Tiago where 2 seafarers and 1 soldier deserted."
das:voyage-1564_6"At the Cape 1 seafarer deserted."
das:voyage-1565_1"Taken by the French in the English Channel on 28-10-1688, but the ship was returned and then renamed HENNETJE (1722)."
das:voyage-1566_1"The ship was laid up at Tuticorin in 1692."
das:voyage-1567_3"Taken by the French in the English Channel."
das:voyage-1570_1"On 29-11-1688 the ship was wrecked at Hanglip (Shetland Islands)."
das:voyage-1573_1"At the Cape 2 seafarers and 2 soldiers deserted. Among the passengers who embarked at the Cape were 20 French prisoners."
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das:voyage-7792_3"The 11 passengers included 4 slaves. Commandeur of the return fleet was Jan van Dalen, master of the HUIS OM (7793)."
das:voyage-7793_3"The master of the HUIS OM, Jan van Dalen, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7797_3"The 9 passengers included 3 slaves."
das:voyage-7798_5"4041/7798 was the fifth voyage of this ship, which during its first three voyages was called TORENVLIET (3783/7616)."
das:voyage-7799_5"The 114 persons aboard the SCHAGEN included one passenger."
das:voyage-780_1"Via St. Antao, S. Tiago and S. Vincente."
das:voyage-7807_1"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-7808_5"The VROUWE PETRONELLA MARIA was wrecked between Batavia and the Cape."
das:voyage-7809_1"The 3 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7810_2"The ENKHUIZEN was wrecked between Bengal and the Cape."
das:voyage-781_1"On 28-10-1654 wrecked on a reef at Taiwan's north coast."
das:voyage-7811_1"The VAILLANT was wrecked between Bengal and the Cape."
das:voyage-7817_5"The master of the KRONENBURG, Frederik Kelger, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7824_4"The 5 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-783_5"After the Cape Elbert Kornelisz. Kes became master. On 28-10-1654 wrecked on a reef at Taiwan's north coast."
das:voyage-7835_4"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person. At the Cape the DAMZICHT was declared unseaworthy; its cargo was transported to Amsterdam by the ZON (see 7841). The DAMZICHT was laid up at the Cape on 10-02-1772."
das:voyage-7838_4"The men aboard the RENSWOUDE included one passenger."
das:voyage-7840_2"The 28 persons who went ashore at the Cape, included Steven Booms; he had to disembark because of illness. Koenraad Louwe succeeded him as master of the DUIVENBRUG."
das:voyage-7841_1"The ZON transported the cargo of the DAMZICHT, taken off the service at the Cape, April 1771 (see 7835); invoice value: f 189,914, destined for the chamber Amsterdam."
das:voyage-7842_2"The RIJNSBURG was bound for the Republic via China and Bengal; sailing to China, however, it was wrecked in 1772. See also the HERSTELDER (7877)."
das:voyage-7845_1"The 14 passengers included one condemned person and 4 slaves."
das:voyage-7846_4"The 7 passengers included 3 slaves (among whom a woman and her child). Admiraal of the return fleet was Johan Vos, sailing aboard the JONGE THOMAS (7854); Pieter Kornelisz. Hasselaar, aboard the AZIË (7847), was commandeur."
das:voyage-7847_2"The 10 passengers included 3 slaves. Aboard the AZIË was Pieter Kornelisz. Hasselaar, commandeur of the return fleet. 4032/7847 was the second voyage of this ship, which during its first outward voyage (3981) was called AZIË, and during the first return voyage (7747) and the second outward voyage (4032) OUDERAMSTEL; after June, 1769, the ship was renamed AZIË."
das:voyage-7848_4"The 6 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7849_5"The 5 passengers included 2 slaves (one male and one female)."
das:voyage-7850_5"The 12 passengers included 4 condemned persons and 2 female slaves."
das:voyage-785_1"Stayed at the Cape for service; lost off Madagascar 02-12-1656."
das:voyage-7852_4"The 8 passengers included 2 slaves (one male and one female)."
das:voyage-7854_3"Aboard the JONGE THOMAS was Johan Vos, admiraal of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7855_3"The crew included 6 soldiers."
das:voyage-786_1"Riding at anchor off Texel it was wrecked during a storm, but the cargo was saved."
das:voyage-7863_5"The 7 passengers included 2 condemned persons. Serious damage forced the WELGELEGEN to call at Rio Delagoa. The ship was laid up at Hoorn on 09-10-1773."
das:voyage-7864_2"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-7868_1"The 11 passengers included 3 condemned persons. Commandeur of the return fleet was Arend van der Deuren, master of the NOORD-BEVELAND (7874)."
das:voyage-7869_2"The 6 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-787_1"On 24-04-1654 taken by the English at Dogger Bank."
das:voyage-7872_1"The 7 passengers included 2 condemned persons."
das:voyage-7874_5"The master of the NOORD-BEVELAND, Arend van der Deuren, was commandeur of the return fleet. After its return the NOORD-BEVELAND served as a hospital-ship; on 09-10-1773 it was laid up."
das:voyage-7877_1"The HERSTELDER, bought in China, replaced the RIJNSBURG, which had been wrecked during a voyage from Batavia to China in 1771/2 (see 7842)."
das:voyage-788_1"On 15-04-1654 it captured a small English ship named MERCHANT at S. Vincente. The GOUDSBLOEM left S. Vincente 20-04. Broken up in 1665 in Bengal."
das:voyage-7883_5"The DUINENBURG was wrecked between the Cape and patria."
das:voyage-7884_1"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-7889_3"The VROUWE MARGARETHA MARIA was bound for patria via Bengal, but on its way to Bengal it was wrecked in 1773."
das:voyage-789_1"Via S. Tiago. Lost at Tanete (north of Macassar), March 1660."
das:voyage-7892_1"Commandeur of the return fleet was Leendert van Koopstad, master of the 'T LOO (7898)."
das:voyage-7896_3"4148/7896 was the third voyage of this ship, which during its first outward voyage (3981) was called AZlË, and during the first return voyage (7747) and the second outward voyage (4032) OUDERAMSTEL; subsequently it was renamed AZIË again (see 7847, etc.)."
das:voyage-7897_1"The 4 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7898_3"The master of the 'T LOO, Leendert van Koopstad, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7900_5"Arriving at the Cape the HUIS TE BIJWEG ran ashore on 20-02-1774. On 31-12-1780 the ship was laid up."
das:voyage-790_1"Via Madagascar."
das:voyage-7901_1"The 5 passengers included 2 female slaves."
das:voyage-7909_2"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-791_1"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-7914_2"The 2 passengers were condemned persons."
das:voyage-7918_3"Commandeur of the return fleet was Stoffel Kok, master of the COMPAGNIES WELVAREN (7924)."
das:voyage-792_1"Via Torbay. Wrecked with all hands lost during a voyage from Batavia to Japan in 1659/1660."
das:voyage-7922_2"The 9 passengers included 4 condemned persons."
das:voyage-7924_3"The 7 passengers included one condemned person and a slave. The master of the COMPAGNIES WELVAREN, Stoffel Kok, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7926_2"The 12 passengers included 3 condemned persons, destined for the Cape."
das:voyage-793_1"Via Sierra Leone."
das:voyage-7934_2"The 5 passengers included 2 condemned persons."
das:voyage-7935_4"One of the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-7939_2"The 2 passengers were condemned persons."
das:voyage-794_1"Via S. Vincente. Sold in 1660 in the East Indies."
das:voyage-7944_5"The 7 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7945_4"The 4 passengers included 2 female slaves. Commandeur of the return fleet was Christiaan Rebel, master of the HUIS OM (see 7946)."
das:voyage-7946_5"The master of the HUIS OM, Christiaan Rebel, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7948_1"The PATRIOT transported the cargo of the NIEUW RHOON, laid up at the Cape (see 7955); invoice value: f 293,773, destined for the chamber Amsterdam."
das:voyage-7949_5"The 4 passengers included one slave."
das:voyage-7950_1"The 5 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-7955_5"After arrival at the Cape the NIEUW RHOON was taken off the service because of unseaworthiness; its cargo was transported to Amsterdam by the PATRIOT (see 7948). The NIEUW RHOON was laid up at the Cape on 01-03-1776."
das:voyage-7960_1"The 4 passengers included one condemned person. According to K.A. 4261 J. Etlofs was master."
das:voyage-7967_3"According to K.A. 4261 Gerard Oosthuis was master of the PRINSES VAN ORANJE."
das:voyage-7968_3"Commandeur of the return fleet was Kornelis Pietersen, master of the BOTLAND (see 7969)."
das:voyage-7969_3"The master of the BOTLAND, Kornelis Pietersen, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7970_4"The 10 passengers included 7 condemned persons and a female slave."
das:voyage-7972_1"The 6 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-7975_5"The 4 passengers included one slave."
das:voyage-7976_1"The 6 passengers included 2 female slaves."
das:voyage-7977_3"Between 14 and 16-05-1777 the DUIVENBRUG was wrecked off the Canary Islands."
das:voyage-7978_5"On 11-10-1777 the WESTERVELD was laid up."
das:voyage-7986_1"The 4 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7988_1"The 3 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-7989_2"On 31-08-1777 the OVERHOUT ran ashore near Egmond aan Zee and was wrecked."
das:voyage-799_1"Laid up at Batavia 1668."
das:voyage-7992_1"After the arrival of the ship at Texel its name was altered into COMPAGNIES WELVAREN (see the second voyage: 4345/-)."
das:voyage-7993_2"The master of the VROUWE ANTHOINETTA KOENRARDINA, Gerrit Harmeyer, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-7997_2"4 of the 5 passengers were condemned persons. According to K.A. 4390a Cristiaan Frederik Winterheim was master of the VRIJHEID."
das:voyage-7999_1"The 7 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-8000_2"The 5 passengers included one condemned person and 2 slaves (one male and one female)."
das:voyage-8002_3"The 5 passengers included one condemned person and a slave."
das:voyage-8006_1"The 6 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-801_1"According to KA 1093 117 seafarers and 57 soldiers arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8014_1"The VENUS ran ashore at Rio Delagoa; not earlier than 27-11-1779 it was able to continue the return voyage via the Cape to Texel. After the return in patria the VENUS was sold to Prussia, and its name was altered into OOSTEREEM, and subsequently the ship was hired by the VOC (see 4406/-)."
das:voyage-8015_1"The EENDRACHT was wrecked between Batavia and the Cape."
das:voyage-8017_2"According to K.A. 4390a Herman Volkers was master of the PATRIOT."
das:voyage-8018_1"The master of the BEHEMOTH, Hendrik Nieuwboer, was commandeur of the return fleet."
das:voyage-8019_2"The 3 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-8020_2"The 5 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-802_1"Via Guinea and Annabon."
das:voyage-8021_5"Two of the 3 passengers were slaves."
das:voyage-8023_1"According to K.A. 4390a Benjamin der Kinderen was master of the ZEEDUIN."
das:voyage-8026_5"One of the 2 passengers was a slave. On 24-07-1779 the WOESTDUIN was wrecked off Zeeland between ,,de Noorderrassen en Deurloo"."
das:voyage-8032_5"After the return in patria the RIDDERKERK was sold to Prussia. Its name was altered into AURICH, and subsequently the ship was hired by the VOC (see 4407/8095)."
das:voyage-8033_2"The ABBERKERK was wrecked between the Cape and patria."
das:voyage-8034_1"The VREDENHOF was wrecked between the Cape and patria."
das:voyage-8037_3"On 28-08-1779 the ALKEMADE departed from the Cape for the first time, five days later, however, it had to return; 17-02-1780 was its final date of departure from the Cape."
das:voyage-8038_2"According to K.A. 4390a Lambert Arnout Halfman was master of the HOF TER LINDEN."
das:voyage-8039_3"According to K.A. 4390a Hendrik van Baggen was master of the CERES."
das:voyage-8041_2"The master died on 01-12-1779."
das:voyage-8042_1"The 8 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-8043_3"The 7 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-8044_2"The 6 passengers included one female slave."
das:voyage-8045_2"On 05-01-1780 the MENTOR ran on the reef off Cape Agulhas in a heavy storm and was wrecked."
das:voyage-8049_2"After the return in patria the BLOK was sold to Prussia. Its name was altered into BRESLAU, and subsequently the ship was hired by the VOC (see 4408/8101)."
das:voyage-8050_1"Sailing between China and the Cape the ZEEPLOEG was wrecked."
das:voyage-8055_1"09-06-1780 was the second and final date of departure from the Cape; an earlier attempt to set out had failed."
das:voyage-805_8"Because of leakage to Goeree. Final departure 03-09-1654."
das:voyage-8059_3"According to K.A. 4390a Abraham Tim was master of the HERSTELDER."
das:voyage-806_1"Because of leakage to Goeree. Final departure 03-09-1654."
das:voyage-8061_2"The TRITON called at Trondheim; arrival on 04-07-1781."
das:voyage-8062_5"In April, 1781 the VROUWE ANTHOINETTA KOENRARDINA was sold to S. Berard at Marseille. Commandeur of the return fleet was Kornelis Kornelissen, master of the BEHEMOTH (8063)."
das:voyage-8063_2"The master of the BEHEMOTH, Kornelis Kornelissen, was Commandeur of the return fleet. At Marseille the ship was sold to S. Bérard."
das:voyage-8064_1"The 13 passengers included 4 slaves. On 24-05-1781 the CONCORDIA was sunk by an English privateer off the Azores."
das:voyage-8065_5"The 4 passengers included one slave. The OUD HAARLEM called at Trondheim; arrival on 04-07-1781."
das:voyage-8066_6"The 16 passengers included 3 slaves. At Toulon the VREEBURG was sold to S. Bérard."
das:voyage-8067_3"The 9 passengers included one slave. At Marseille the BEEKVLIET was sold to S. Bérard."
das:voyage-8068_6"The 'T LOO called at Trondheim; arrival on 04-07-1781. At the arrival at Texel, Jan Frederik Zegert probably was master."
das:voyage-8069_2"At Marseille the DIANA was sold to S. Bérard."
das:voyage-8070_4"At Marseille the POPKENSBURG was sold to S. Bérard."
das:voyage-8071_4"On 21-07-1781 the HONKOOP was taken by the English in Saldanha Bay. See also the SENHOR DE BONFIM E SANCTA MARIA (8083)."
das:voyage-8072_3"On 21-07-1781 the HOOGKARSPEL was captured by the English in Saldanha Bay. See also the SENHOR DE BONFIM E SANCTA MARIA (8083)."
das:voyage-8073_1"On 21-07-1781 the MIDDELBURG was burnt down in Saldanha Bay. See also the SENHOR DE BONFIM E SANCTA MARIA (8083)."
das:voyage-8074_1"On 21-07-1781 the PAREL was seized by the English in Saldanha Bay. See also the SENHOR DE BONFIM E SANCTA MARIA (8083)."
das:voyage-8075_2"On 21-07-1781 the DANKBAARHEID was taken by the English in Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-8076_3"On 17-05-1781 the Company's authorities at the Cape sent the AMSTERDAM to Mauritius to assist the French; three and a half weeks later the ship returned to the Cape, 10-08-1781 . Early in 1784 the AMSTERDAM was laid up at the Cape."
das:voyage-807_7"Via Brittany and Sierra Leone. Number of deaths on the whole voyage and number of the crew at the arrival at Batavia also include those of the HOF VAN ZEELAND (0808)."
das:voyage-8077_2"On 17-05-1781 the BATAVIA departed from the Cape to sail to Mauritius. The ship was severely damaged during a storm, and had to return to the Cape, 10-08-1781. Early in 1783 the BATAVIA was sold to the French."
das:voyage-8078_3"In June, 1781, the INDIAAN sailed to the Hout Bay. Later on the ship departed from the Cape to sail to Mauritius, but it was missing since."
das:voyage-8079_3"On 26-06-1781 the NOORDBEEK was captured by the English and taken to Plymouth."
das:voyage-8080_4"Sailing to patria the GROENENDAAL was seized by the English, probably in 1782."
das:voyage-8081_2"From 03 till 18-05-1782 the HUIS TE SPIJK was at Mauritius. On 14-07-1 782 the ship arrived at False Bay; departure on 03-09-1 782; arrival at the Cape on 06-09-1782. The ship never returned to patria. In 1784 it made at least one voyage to Mauritius and back to the Cape. Eventually the HUIS TE SPUK was laid up there, in 1786."
das:voyage-8083_1"The SENHOR DE BONFIM E SANCTA MARIA flew the Portuguese flag. The ship had arrived at the Cape on 12-04-1782. There it was contracted by the V.O.C. According to K.A. 4276, fol. 373 the ship had to sail to Lisbon or to Amsterdam. Its cargo consisted of China tea, carried to the Cape by the HONKOOP (8071), the HOOGKARSPEL (8072), the MIDDELBURG (8073), and the PAREL (8074); in July, 1781, these ships had been captured or burnt down by the English in Saldanha Bay."
das:voyage-8085_1"The ANGELIQUE BENECH flew the Imperial (i.e. Austrian) flag. According to K.A. 4287 the ship was bound for Lorient."
das:voyage-808_6"See 0807."
das:voyage-8086_1"The KROONPRINS VAN PRUISEN flew the Prussian flag."
das:voyage-8087_1"The BERLIN flew the Prussian flag. After the return of the ship to patria its name was altered into DORDRECHT (4458/8148)."
das:voyage-8088_1"The FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE flew the Prussian flag."
das:voyage-8089_1"The MAGDEBURG flew the Prussian flag."
das:voyage-809_1"Via Maio Island."
das:voyage-8091_1"The 144 men, who departed from Batavia, included one passenger. A munity was suppressed between Batavia and the Cape."
das:voyage-8094_1"The DOLFIJN flew the Imperial (i.e. Austrian) flag."
das:voyage-8095_6"The AURICH flew the Prussian flag. 4407/8095 was the sixth voyage of this ship, which during its preceding voyages was called RIDDERKERK (4297/8032). After the return to patria the ship was renamed RIDDERKERK (4493/-)."
das:voyage-8096_2"A mutiny was suppressed between Batavia and the Cape."
das:voyage-8097_4"On 30-06-1784 the HOOP went to pieces off the Cape."
das:voyage-8098_1"After the return of the ship to patria its name was altered into TWEE GEZUSTERS (4502/8175)."
das:voyage-8099_1"The POTSDAM flew the Prussian flag. After the return of the ship to patria its name was altered into SPARENRIJK (4474/8262)."
das:voyage-8100_1"L'HARMONTE flew the French flag."
das:voyage-8101_3"The BRESLAU flew the Prussian flag. On 11-11-1784 the ship was wrecked off Boulogne. 4408/8101 was the third voyage of this ship, which during its preceding voyages was called BLOK (4327/8049). See also the GANGES (8106)."
das:voyage-8103_1"The 95 men, who departed from Batavia, included one passenger. The date of departure from the Cape is unknown."
das:voyage-8104_4"The 119 man, who departed from Batavia, included one passenger. See also the GANGES (8106)."
das:voyage-8105_4"See also the GANGES (8106)."
das:voyage-8106_3"The 105 men, who departed from Batavia, included three passengers. Jan Paardekoper, the master of the GANGES, was commandeur of the ships, which sailed from the Cape on 14-07-1784."
das:voyage-8107_1"The PRINZ HEINRICH flew the Prussian flag. The ship did not call at the Cape, but at False Bay. From there it originally departed on 25-07-1784; the next day it returned, however."
das:voyage-8108_3"See also the GANGES (8106). On 29-10-1785 the Heren XVII decided to lay the MORGENSTER up."
das:voyage-8109_1"L'ESPERANCE DE LA PAIX flew the French flag."
das:voyage-8110_1"See also the GANGES (8106)."
das:voyage-8111_1"LA DAME JEANNE flew the Swedish flag. In accordance with the conditions of the contract, signed in patria in March, 1783, by the owners of the ship and representatives of the V.O.C., the DAME JEANNE had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 18-05-1783) via the Cape (08-10 till 02-11-1783) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 19-05-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8112_1"The CONCORDE flew the Swedish flag, see LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The CONCORDE had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 13-04-1783) via the Cape (28-10 till 16-12-1783) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 27-04-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8113_1"L'AIGLE NOIR flew the Swedish flag, see LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The AIGLE NOIR had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 19-05-1783) via the Cape (31-08 till 03-10-1783) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 10-05-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8114_1"The SAINTE THERESE flew the French flag. The ship probably did not call at the Cape. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The SAINTE THERESE had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 04-11-1783) via the Cape (arrival: 01-03-1784) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 01-07-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8115_1"L'EMPEREUR ET ROI flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The EMPEREUR ET ROI had sailed on its own account from Le Havre (departure: 17-07-1783), probably without calling at the Cape, to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 29-06-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-811_6"Via Maio Island."
das:voyage-8116_1"L'ORION flew the Swedish flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (811 1). The ORION had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 18-05-1783) via the Cape (08-10 till 02-11-1783) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 30-06-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8117_1"The COMPTESSE DU NORD flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The COMPTESSE DU NORD had sailed on its own account from Le Havre (departure: 1 7-07- 1 783) via the Cape (02 till 22-11-1783) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 11-7-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8118_1"The JEUNE STANISLAUS flew the French flag. During the voyage the ship called at Mauritius; departure: 09-01-1785. The JEUNE STANISLAUS had sailed on its own account from a French Atlantic port via the Cape to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 02-07-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8120_3"Sailing from the Cape to patria the MERENBERG, the LOO (8121), the ROZENBURG (8122), the ONZEKERE (8130), the GOUVERNEUR-GENERAAL DE CLERCK (8133), the DRAAK (8134), and the JACHTRUST (8142) were escorted by a Dutch man of war."
das:voyage-8121_7"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-8122_1"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-8123_1"The FABIUS flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The FABIUS had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 04-11-1783) via the Cape (arrival: 23-03-1784) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 05-08-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8124_1"Sailing to the Cape the HARMONIE was wrecked. See also the MEEUWTJE (4477)."
das:voyage-8125_1"The CONJUNCTURE flew the Swedish flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The CONJUNCTURE had sailed on its own account from Martinique (departure: 10-10-1783) via the Cape (arrival: 18-03-1784) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 04-10-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-812_7"Before departure 3 men died and 40 deserted. 23-11 at Dover. 15-01 till 22-01-1655 at Cape Verde Islands."
das:voyage-8127_2"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the OVERDUIN was wrecked. See also the MEEUWTJE (4477)."
das:voyage-8129_1"LES SIX FRERES flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The SIX FRERES had sailed on its own account from Bordeaux (departure: 07-09-1783) via the Cape (arrival: 02-03-1784) to Mauritius. There the ship had officially entered the Company's service. On 04-10-1784 the SIX FRERES arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8130_1"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-813_1"On 15-11-1669 laid up at Batavia and sold; 0813, 0817, 0823 and 0825 arrived with 1108 men, amongst whom 448 soldiers; deathtoll 21 (Coolhaas, III 14)."
das:voyage-8131_1"Soon after the departure from Batavia the HOORN sprang a leak. The ship possibly had to return. According to K.A. 4289, fol. 464 the master was called Jan Thierens."
das:voyage-8132_3"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the BREDENHOF was wrecked."
das:voyage-8133_1"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-8134_1"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-8135_1"On 13-04-1785 the STRALEN arrived at False Bay; four days later the ship sailed to the Cape."
das:voyage-8136_1"On 04-05-1785 the BREDERODE sank off Cape Agulhas; 80 men were saved."
das:voyage-814_1"In 1666 laid up at Batavia and sold."
das:voyage-8141_1"The CASTRIES flew the French flag. From 27-05- till 22-12-1785 the ship called at Mauritius. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The CASTRIES had sailed on its own account from Bordeaux (departure: 17-05-1783) via the Cape (30-12-1783 till 15-01-1784) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. On 09-11-1784 the ship arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-8142_1"See also the MERENBERG (8120)."
das:voyage-8145_1"LES QUATRES FRERES flew the Prussian flag. The 51 men, who departed from Batavia, included two passengers."
das:voyage-8146_1"LA (BONNE) RESOLUTION flew the Swedish flag. The port of destination in patria and the date of arrival there are unknown. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The (BONNE) RESOLUTION had sailed on its own account from a French Atlantic port via the Cape to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. From Mauritius the ship sailed on to Batavia."
das:voyage-8148_2"4458/8148 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4400/8087) was called BERLIN."
das:voyage-8149_1"According to K.A. 4293 Hendrik Holder was master of the EIK EN LINDE."
das:voyage-8151_1"At the departure from the Cape the HOOP was accompanied by a Dutch man-of-war."
das:voyage-8152_1"The ELISABETH ET SOPHIE flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). The ELISABETH ET SOPHIE had sailed on its own account from Lorient in France (departure: 04-11-1783) via the Cape (05 till 26-04-1784) to Mauritius. There it had officially entered the Company's service. From Mauritius the ship had sailed on to Batavia."
das:voyage-815_3"In April 1661 sunk at Pegu, 10 men were drowned."
das:voyage-8153_1"The NEPTHUNE flew the French flag. See LA DAME JEANNE (8111). NEPTHUNE had sailed on its own account from a French Atlantic port via the Cape to Mauritius, where it had officially entered the Company's service. From Mauritius the ship had sailed on to Batavia."
das:voyage-8155_1"The 31 people, who departed from Batavia, included two passengers."
das:voyage-8159_1"After the return to Texel the ship was renamed MERENBERG (4556/8223)."
das:voyage-816_1"On 12-11-1665 taken by the Portuguese in the Bay of Colombo."
das:voyage-8165_1"From 25-11-1786 till 18-08-1787 the AFRIKAAN was at Crookhaven in Ireland."
das:voyage-8169_1"Although the JAN EN CORNELIS sailed for the Chamber Amsterdam, it cast anchor at Rammekens."
das:voyage-817_2"From 21-12-1654 till 21-03-1655 back in Goeree. On 24-12-1664 wrecked near Macassar."
das:voyage-8175_2"4502/8175 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4409/8098) was called LES DEUX SOEURS."
das:voyage-8176_1"The 12 passengers included 7 slaves. Aboard the SCHELDE was Adriaan Boesses, commandeur of the ships, which departed from the Cape on 13-03-1787."
das:voyage-8178_3"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the VREDE EN VRIJHEID probably was wrecked."
das:voyage-8179_1"The 20 passengers included 5 slaves and one condemned person."
das:voyage-8180_4"The 8 passengers included 4 slaves and one condemned person."
das:voyage-8181_1"The 9 passengers included 3 slaves."
das:voyage-8187_1"According to K.A. 4304 Axel Land was master of the BEVERWIJK."
das:voyage-819_1"On 16-09-1661 blown up in a battle against the Chinese off Formosa."
das:voyage-8192_2"On 26-03-1787 the DRAAK lost its masts and part of the rigging. For that reason the ship called at Mauritius, 12-04-till 22-10-1787."
das:voyage-8193_2"The date of the PAREL's arrival at the Cape is unknown. There the ship was broken up in 1788. See also the VREDE (8214)."
das:voyage-8197_2"According to K.A. 4304 Sijbrand Berk was master of the VROUWE WIJNANDA LUBERTA."
das:voyage-8201_1"At the Cape the AVENHORN was wrecked."
das:voyage-8207_1"On 25-08-1788 the MARIA ran aground and went to pieces in Plettenberg Bay near the Cape. Part of the cargo was saved and taken over by the outward-bound JONGE FRANK (4621) and the homeward-bound DUIFJE (8312)."
das:voyage-8209_3"4533/8209 was the third voyage of this ship, which during its first voyage (4400/8087) was called BERLIN."
das:voyage-821_1"On 07-03-1661 run ashore at the coast of Quinam."
das:voyage-8214_2"The VREDE carried the cargo of the homeward-bound PAREL, laid up at the Cape (see 8193)."
das:voyage-8216_3"On 01-06-1788 the JAVA arrived at Simon's Bay. Three and a half months later the ship sailed to the Cape to be repaired."
das:voyage-8218_1"Sailing from China to the Cape the ADMIRAAL DE SUFFREN was wrecked, in the South China Sea."
das:voyage-822_1"In 1662 laid up in Asia."
das:voyage-8222_1"The 32 people, who departed from Batavia, included 3 passengers."
das:voyage-8223_2"4556/8223 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4452/8159) was called EIKENWOUD."
das:voyage-8224_1"The FORTUIN (VAN DORDRECHT) carried many Luxemburg soldiers. During the voyage it called at Lorient. Sailing from Ceylon to Texel the FORTUIN (VAN DORDRECHT) was escorted by a Dutch man-of-war. As far as the Cape the DRIE GEBROEDERS (8225), the JUFFROUW JOHANNA (8226), and the SUZANNA (8227) also formed part of the convoy; between the Cape and patria these three ships were accompanied by another Dutch man-of-war."
das:voyage-8225_1"The DRIE GEBROEDERS carried many Luxemburg soldiers. During the voyage the ship called at Lorient in France. See also the FORTUIN (8224)."
das:voyage-8226_3"The JUFFROUW JOHANNA probably carried many Luxemburg soldiers, and sailed via Lorient in France. See also the FORTUIN (8224)."
das:voyage-8227_1"The SUZANNA carried many Luxemburg soldiers. The ship sailed via Lorient in France. See also the FORTUIN (8224)."
das:voyage-8228_1"The 41 people, who departed from Batavia, included 5 passengers and 2 slaves."
das:voyage-8230_1"The 12 passengers, who departed from Batavia, included 4 male and 2 female slaves."
das:voyage-8231_2"The 11 passengers, indicated in the first column, included one male and two female slaves and a condemned person."
das:voyage-8234_2"The 71 people, who departed from Batavia, included 6 passengers."
das:voyage-8236_1"The 4 passengers included one female slave. At the departure from Batavia the IJSTROOM was escorted by a Dutch man-of-war."
das:voyage-8242_1"The GOEDE TROUW probably did not call at the Cape."
das:voyage-8246_1"The DRIETAL HANDELAARS was wrecked off the Cape."
das:voyage-8247_1"The 24 people on board the MARIA LOUISA included one passenger. At the departure from the Cape the ship was escorted by a Dutch man-of-war."
das:voyage-8250_2"On 20-04-1789, when sailing through Sunda Strait, the JAN EN CORNELIS and the VROUWE JOHANNA JAKOBA (8251) were escorted by a Dutch man-of-war."
das:voyage-8251_2"See also the JAN EN KORNELIS (8250)."
das:voyage-8256_2"According to K.A. 4317 Karsten Hansen Blijk was master."
das:voyage-8258_1"One of the three passengers was Lieutenant William Bligh, former commanding officer of the English man-of-war BOUNTY. In April, 1789, the larger part of his crew had risen in mutiny; Bligh and 18 others had been turned adrift in a small open boat off Tofua, one of the Tonga Islands. All but one had survived the desperate voyage from Tofua all the way to Timor, where they arrived on 12-06-1789. See also the HOUTLUST (8260), the ROZENBURG (8261), the SPARENDIJK (8262), the CASTOR(8263), and the VREDENBURG (8329)."
das:voyage-8259_1"One of the passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-8260_1"The 101 seafarers included 26 Chinese. Among the 11 passengers were one female and 4 male slaves, and a survivor of the English man-of-war BOUNTY (see the VLIJT, 8258); during the voyage he died."
das:voyage-8261_2"The 101 seaferers included 26 Chinese. Among the 12 passengers were 5 female slaves, and 2 survivors of the English man-of-war BOUNTY (see the VLIJT, 8258); both died very soon after having embarked on the ROZENBURG. On 29-12-1789, during a haevy storm, the crew threw 7 of the 9 guns overboard; part of the cargo, consisting of sugar, was affected by salt water."
das:voyage-8262_2"The 111 seafarers included 26 Chinese; among the 14 passengers were 2 male and 3 female slaves, and 4 survivors of the English man-of-war BOUNTY (see the VLIJT, 8258). On 28-12-1789, during a heavy storm, the SPARENDIJK was severely damaged off Cape Aghulhas. /8262 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4410/8099) was called POTSDAM."
das:voyage-8263_1"Among the 4 passengers were 2 survivors of the English man-of-war BOUNTY (see the VLIJT, 8258)."
das:voyage-8264_1"The 7 passengers included a male and a female slave."
das:voyage-8269_2"The 101 seafarers included 26 Chinese. Sailing to the Cape the ROTTERDAMS WELVAREN was wrecked."
das:voyage-8270_1"The 111 seafarers included 26 Chinese; among the 12 passengers were a male and a female slave."
das:voyage-8277_1"The VROUWE MARIA KORNELIA probably did not call at the Cape."
das:voyage-828_1"From 20-10-1655 till 18-07-1656 for service at the Cape. Left for Batavia with 26 men via Gamron and Surat. In 1664 laid up at Bengal."
das:voyage-8281_1"Sailing to the Cape the POLLUX was overtaken by a heavy storm. Masts, rigging, and rudder were damaged, the hull got leaky. Part of the gunpowder was affected by water."
das:voyage-8282_1"Between Batavia and the Cape August Willem Hass died; Pieter van Lirtson succeeded him as master of the VERWACHTING. The passenger was a condemned person."
das:voyage-8284_1"The 4 passengers included one slave. The SLOT CAPELLE sailed for the Chamber Rotterdam; because of a storm, however, the ship did not return to Goeree, but to Texel."
das:voyage-8285_1"The MEEUWTJE probably did not call at the Cape."
das:voyage-8286_1"The passenger was a condemned person. On 06-07-1790 the ZEENIMF ran aground at the Cape and was severely damaged; one month later it got afloat again (07-08-1790). Then the ship was presumably repaired; the ZEENIMF never returned to patria, however."
das:voyage-8287_3"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the SLOT TER HOGE was wrecked."
das:voyage-8288_1"Between Batavia and the Cape a slave revolt broke out; Jan Andries Rugee and two other members of the crew were killed. The rest of the crew managed to suppress the insurrection by shooting the main instigators. Jan Wilting took Rugee's place as master. At the Cape Francois Johan van den Broek was appointed master of the HAASJE."
das:voyage-8289_1"From 29-08 till 15-09-1790 the SNELHEID was at Mauritius. There the master died; Roelof Jurgen Erdrop succeeded him."
das:voyage-8294_1"The 11 passengers included a male and a female slave."
das:voyage-8295_2"Among the 7 passengers was a female slave."
das:voyage-8296_3"The 8 passengers included 3 slaves."
das:voyage-829_7"In 1661 laid up and sold (22-11-1661)."
das:voyage-8297_1"The 164 people included 14 passengers."
das:voyage-8298_1"Originally the ST. LAURENS departed from the Cape on 02-05-1791. Because of leakage and heavy damage to masts and rigging, however, the ship had to return."
das:voyage-8301_1"Among the 11 passengers were 4 female slaves."
das:voyage-8303_2"The 6 passengers included one condemned person."
das:voyage-8305_2"On 23-01-1791 the MARIA LOUISA lost its main mast."
das:voyage-8307_2"After the return of the ship to Texel, its name was altered into BERKHOUT (see the third voyage: 4738/--)."
das:voyage-8308_2"The 157 people included 6 passengers."
das:voyage-8309_1"The 165 people included 10 passengers."
das:voyage-8311_1"The HELENA LOUISA had been built at Batavia in 1787. At the end of that year the ship had departed from Batavia to sail to the Cape, where it had cast anchor in March, 1788. In April, 1790, the HELENA LOUISA ran ashore at the Cape during a heavy storm; the Company's authorities decided to have the ship repaired."
das:voyage-8312_2"The DUIFJE carried part of the cargo of the homeward-bound MARIA, wrecked at the Cape in August, 1788 (see 8207)."
das:voyage-8313_1"On 11-4-1792 the SURSEANCE arrived at Rammekens."
das:voyage-8314_1"The 112 people included 3 passengers."
das:voyage-8315_3"Among the 101 seafarers were 26 Chinese; the 4 passengers included a condemned person. The SCHOONDERLOO was sold at Portsmouth."
das:voyage-8317_2"Originally the OOSTZAANDAM departed from the Cape on 27-10-1791. The ship was overtaken by a heavy storm, however, and was severely damaged. On 09-11-1791 it returned to the Cape."
das:voyage-8318_1"According to K.A. 4390a Pierre Muntz was master of the ZEEMEEUW."
das:voyage-8319_2"The 3 passengers included a slave. 4675/8318 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4504/8235) and the outward-bound part of this voyage, was called STANDVASTIGHEID."
das:voyage-83_2"According to Commelin the master was Willem Lok. The ship stayed in the Indies."
das:voyage-8320_2"Among the 2 passengers was a condemned person."
das:voyage-832_1"Because of adverse winds for 4 weeks at Wight. On 18-03-1670 sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-8321_1"The 9 passengers included 3 slaves and a condemned person."
das:voyage-8322_4"Among the 36 people were 4 passengers including a male and a female slave. 4640/8322 was the fourth voyage of this ship, which during the first voyage (4400/8087) was called BERLIN."
das:voyage-8323_3"According to K.A. 4329 H. Munts was master of the DRAAK, Acc. to K.A. 4390a Wietse de Boer. (See also 4700)."
das:voyage-8327_2"The 12 passengers included one female and two male slaves."
das:voyage-8328_2"4602/8328 was the second voyage of this ship, which during the preceding voyage (4498/8182) and the outward-bound part of this voyage was called TEXELSTROOM. On 26-04-1791 the ship, then still called TEXELSTROOM, started its second homeward-bound voyage. Because of leakage, however, it had to return to Batavia 08-06-1791. Before sailing out for the second time, in December, 1791, the ship's name was altered into STANDVASTIGHEID."
das:voyage-8329_2"The 83 seafarers included 26 Chinese. Among the 45 passengers were 41 of the c. 100 survivors of the PANDORA-disaster. The PANDORA, a frigate-of-war under the command of Captain Edward Edwards, had sailed to Tahiti and to many surrounding island in order to look for and arrest as many BOUNTY-muti-neers as possible (see the VLIJT, 8258). Edwards had succeeded in taking prisoner 14 of them. On 29-08-1791, however, the ship ran on a rock and was wrecked at Barrier Reef off New Holland; 31 men and 4 of the mutineers were drowned. In four small boats most of the survivors had managed to reach Timor. At Batavia Edwards, 30 other men, and the 10 remaining prisoners went aboard the VREDENBURG; at the Cape he and the prisoners boarded an English ship."
das:voyage-833_2"On 28-04-1656 wrecked at the west coast of Australia. Value of the cargo: fl. 185,000."
das:voyage-8332_2"According to K.A. 4329 Herman Pieter Murk was master."
das:voyage-8333_2"According to K.A. 4390a Jakob Zoeteman was master."
das:voyage-8337_2"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the GOUVERNEUR FALCK was wrecked."
das:voyage-8338_2"At the Cape the DRIE GEBROEDERS sprang a leak and was beached. The greater part of the cargo was saved."
das:voyage-8339_3"Sailing from Batavia to the Cape the BARBESTEIN was wrecked."
das:voyage-834_1"On 11-09-1656 wrecked at the roads of Taiwan in a hurricane."
das:voyage-8341_2"According to K.A. 4336 Andries Eksteen was master. On 13-07-1792 the VROUWE KATHARINA JOHANNA departed from the Cape; because of leakage, however, the ship had to return (09-08-1792). See also the CASTOR (8360) and the GOUDA (8362)."
das:voyage-8342_1"On 23-08-1792 the MAKASSAR arrived at Saldanha Bay; from there the ship departed on 02-10 to sail to Table Bay (08-10-1792). Admiraal of the 12 ships (8342-8350 and 8360-8362), which on 05-02-1793 departed from the Cape, was Jan Greve, sailing aboard the WESTKAPELLE (8349); Philip Hendrik de Haard, master of the UNIE (8348), was commandeur. Between the Cape and Texel the fleet was escorted by two Dutch men-of-war. Initially the CASTOR (8360) also formed part of this homeward-bound convoy, but during the voyage the ship fell astern."
das:voyage-8343_1"See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8344_1"The 38 people included 4 passengers; one of them was a female slave. See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8345_1"See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8346_1"See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8347_1"The 112 people included 10 passengers; 3 of them were slaves. See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8348_2"The master was commandeur of the homeward-bound fleet (see the MAKASSAR, 8342)."
das:voyage-8349_1"The 159 people included 5 passengers; among them were 3 slaves and Jan Greve, admiraal of the homeward-bound fleet (see the MAKASSAR, 8342). On 08-07-1793 the WESTKAPELLE sailed out from Texel; four days later the ship arrived at the Rammekens."
das:voyage-8350_1"According to K.A. 4390a Gerard Adriaan van Velsen was master of the BUITENVERWACHTING. The passenger was a condemned person. See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-835_2"Because of adverse winds for 4 weeks at Wight. In 1675 laid up and sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-8353_2"According to K.A. 4336 Jakob Arkebout was master. On 20-05-1793 the ZEELAND ran aground at the Cape. Later on the ship was sold."
das:voyage-8354_2"When the LEIDEN arrived at the Cape, it was in bad condition and needed repairs. Goods from the homeward-bound DRECHTERLAND (8359) were put on board. On 03-05-1793 the LEIDEN departed from the Cape. It got into a bad condition again, however, and had to return (08-05-1793). Part of the cargo was taken over by the RESOLUTE (8366). The date of the LEIDEN's second departure from the Cape is unknown."
das:voyage-8355_3"During the voyage the ROZENBURG called at Cork in Ireland. Commandeur of the homeward-bound fleet (8355-8358, 8364 and 8368), which on 31-05-1793 departed from the Cape, was J.C. Clemens on board the VERWACHTING (8357); Wiggert Molenaar, aboard the GERECHTIGHEID (8364), was schout-bij-nacht."
das:voyage-8356_1"According to K.A. 4336 Nikolaas Klopper was master. During the voyage the JONKVROUWE SIBILLA ANTHOINETTA called at Cork in Ireland. See also the ROZENBURG (8355)."
das:voyage-8357_2"On board the VERWACHTING was J.C. Clemens, commandeur of the fleet, which on 31-05-1793 departed from the Cape (see the ROZENBURG, 8355). During the voyage the VERWACHTING called at Cork in Ireland."
das:voyage-8358_1"During the voyage the VOORLAND called at Cork in Ireland and at Duins, from where it departed on 30-01-1794. Because of bad weather the ship had to sail to Goeree; later on it went to Rammekens. See also the ROZENBURG (8355)."
das:voyage-8359_1"According to K.A. 3805 Jochem Westvaal was master of the DRECHTERLAND. See also the LEIDEN (8354)."
das:voyage-8360_2"The CASTOR carried part of the cargo of the VROUWE KATHARINA JOHANNA (see 8341). See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8361_3"See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-836_2"Because of adverse winds for 4 weeks at Wight. On 28/29-09-1661 run aground and wrecked on the south shore of the Andaman Islands."
das:voyage-8362_2"Originally the GOUDA departed from the Cape on 16-08-1792; four days later the ship terurned. The GOUDA carried part of the cargo of the VROUWE KATHARINA JOHANNA (see 8341). See also the MAKASSAR (8342)."
das:voyage-8363_1"Between Batavia and the Cape the DEMERARY was wrecked. At the Cape the master of an American ship informed the Company's authorities, that during the voyage he had spoken the DEMERARY and had found it in a very bad condition. See also the STAR (4748)."
das:voyage-8364_3"During the voyage the GERECHTIGHEID called at Cork in Ireland. On board the ship was Wiggert Molenaar, schout-bij-nacht of the homeward-bound fleet, which departed from the Cape on 31-05-1793 (see the ROZENBURG, 8355)."
das:voyage-8366_2"The RESOLUTIE carried coffee, part of the cargo from the LEIDEN (see 8354)."
das:voyage-8367_3"According to K.A. 4390a Pieter Mosterd was master of the MARIA LOUISA."
das:voyage-8368_3"During the voyage the TEXELSTROOM called at Cork in Ireland. At Glückstadt the ship was sold. See also the ROZENBURG (8355). 4735/8368 was the third voyage of this ship, which during its first voyage and the outward-bound part of the second voyage (4675/8318) was called STANDVASTIGHEID."
das:voyage-8369_2"In January, 1794, the KRAAI called at Plymouth, early in February at a Norwegian port."
das:voyage-8370_2"On 04-01-1794 the EXPEDITIE was captured by a French privateer and taken to Mauritius."
das:voyage-8371_3"Dates of call at the Cape unknown. In 1795 the AFRIKAAN was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-837_2"Via England. Wrecked in the Bay of Gale, 15-05-1663."
das:voyage-8372_3"Dates of call at the Cape unknown. In 1795 the BLITTERSWIJK was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-8373_2"Dates of call at the Cape unknown. In 1795 the DELFT was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-8374_1"Dates of call at the Cape unknown. In 1795 the ENKHUIZER MAAGD was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-8375_1"In December, 1793, the NAGELBOOM had departed from China to sail to Batavia, where it cast anchor on 05-01-1794. The dates of the call at the Cape are unknown. In 1795 the ship was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-8376_2"The ship left the Cape 07-06-1795 but returned and on 28-10-1795 sailed for the second time. It called at Lisbon because of leakage and was sold there in March 1796."
das:voyage-8377_3"In December, 1793, the SCHELDE had departed from China to sail to Batavia, where it cast anchor on 05-01-1794. One source indicates, that the ship did not sail for the Chamber Zeeland, but for Amsterdam. The dates of the call at the Cape are unknown. In 1795 the SCHELDE was confiscated by the English at Plymouth."
das:voyage-8378_1"In December, 1793, the ZUIDERBURG had departed from China to sail to Batavia, where it cast anchor on 05-01-1794. According to K.A. 4390a J.G.H. Serres was master. The ship left the Cape on 07-06-1795, but returned and on 28-10-1795 sailed for the second time. In 1795 the ZUIDERBURG was confiscated by the English at Cork."
das:voyage-8379_3"Originally the VROUWE AGATHA departed from the Cape on 18-05-1795; due to adverse wind the ship returned two days later. In June, 1795, the VROUWE AGATHA was seized by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland."
das:voyage-8380_5"On 18-05-1795 the DORDRECHT initially departed from the Cape; two days later the ship returned because of adverse wind. 4756/8380 was the fifth voyage of this ship, which during its first voyage (4400/8087) was called BERLIN."
das:voyage-8381_2"In June, 1795, the DORDWIJK was captured by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland."
das:voyage-8383_1"On 18-05-1795 the HOUGLY originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the HOUGLY was captured by the English off St. Helena; while sailing to Cork in Ireland they set the ship on fire and sank it (01-09-1795)."
das:voyage-8384_1"In August, 1795, the KROMHOUT was taken by the English off the Shetlands."
das:voyage-8385_4"On 18-05-1795 the MENTOR originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the MENTOR was seized by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland."
das:voyage-8386_2"On 18-05-1795 the SURSEANCE originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the SURSEANCE was taken by the English off St. Helena. On 05-09-1795 the ship was wrecked."
das:voyage-8387_1"Date of departure from the Cape unknown (see also the PHOENIClËR, 8376). On board the CEYLON was J.C. Oldenburg, commandeur of the homeward-bound ships in 1795."
das:voyage-8388_2"The ship was taken by the English on 14-06-1795."
das:voyage-8389_2"Date of departure from the Cape unknown (see also the PHOENICIËR, (8376)."
das:voyage-8390_3"The passenger was a condemned person. The date of departure from the Cape is unknown; see also the PHOENICIËR (8376). 4761/8390 was the third voyage and the outward-bound part of the second voyage (4602/8328) was called TEXELSTROOM."
das:voyage-839_1"On 25-12-1668 sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-8394_1"On 18-05-1795 the ZEELELIE originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the ZEELELIE was captured by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland. The ship was wrecked off the Scilly Islands later that year."
das:voyage-8396_3"On 18-05-1795 the ALBLASSERDAM originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the ALBLASSERDAM was captured by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland. One passenger was a condemned person."
das:voyage-8398_2"Date of arrival at the Cape unknown. On 18-05-1795 the MEERMIN originally departed from the Cape; two days later the ship had to return because of adverse wind. In June, 1795, the MEERMIN was captured by the English off St. Helena and taken to Shannon in Ireland."
das:voyage-8399_1"Almost all data concerning this homeward-bound voyage are missing. In August, 1795, the JONGE BONIFACIUS was captured by the English at the Cape."
das:voyage-8400_1"Almost all data concerning this homeward-bound voyage are missing. In August, 1795, the LOUISA ANTHONY was taken by the English at the Cape."
das:voyage-840_1"Via England."
das:voyage-8401_1"Almost all data concerning this homeward-bound voyage are missing. In August, 1795, the VERTROUWEN was captured by the English at the Cape."
das:voyage-842_1"An earlier departure was from Zeeland on 24-03-1 655; but it was forced to sail to Texel."
das:voyage-843_1"On 21-05-1661 wrecked in the Bay of Gale."
das:voyage-844_2"In October 1661 wrecked in the Bay of Bengal."
das:voyage-845_2"On 29-07-1672 laid up and sold."
das:voyage-847_3"Three English soldiers were taken from board by an English ship in the Channel. 1661/1662 broken up at Onrust."
das:voyage-849_1"Via Plymouth (2x) and Falmouth. Two boys from Dunkirk came on board in England, one of them was drowned later. On 20-02-1666 laid up and sold."
das:voyage-85_1"Stayed in the Indies."
das:voyage-851_1"From 18-04 till 17-05-1656 at Wight. On 11-11-1659 wrecked at Palembang."
das:voyage-852_1"For 10 days at the Shetland I. In 1663 wrecked at the island Damman(?)."
das:voyage-853_1"Via S. Vincente, one man deserted. In 1662 broken up at Onrust."
das:voyage-854_1"On 13-08-1669 laid up and sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-855_5"Via S. Vincente and Sto. Antao.Three men were drowned at the Cape."
das:voyage-857_1"On 17-08-1661 wrecked in a battle against the Chinese."
das:voyage-858_8"According to Daghregister 1656/7 it departed on 01-07-1656."
das:voyage-859_1"Via St. Helena. In March 1658 wrecked on a reef at Ceylon, crew and cargo were mainly saved."
das:voyage-86_1"Ran aground off Halmaheira, 1607."
das:voyage-862_7"The 27 soldiers who came on board at the Cape were from the ORANJE. Via S. Vincente, 23 till 28-12."
das:voyage-863_7"At the Cape 27 soldiers went from the ORANJE to the MALACCA."
das:voyage-865_1"According to Daghregister 1657, 225, the ship departed with 227 men."
das:voyage-867_1"Via the west coast of Australia (Suytlandt) for an inquiry concerning the VERGULDE DRAAK. In 1668/69 sold to a Portuguese citizen of Batavia. Master became Joost Jansz. van Serooskerke."
das:voyage-869_7"From 10 till 27-02 back at the Wielingen. Missed the Cape because of a storm. Via Mauritius, departure: 20-08-1657."
das:voyage-870_1"Remained for service at the Cape, and probably sailed to Batavia later on. Sailing to Arakan in 1665/66 it was wrecked."
das:voyage-871_1"Remained for service at the Cape. From 10-09-1657 till 29-05-1658 to Angola. The ship departed from the Cape to Batavia with 35 men. It was laid up and sold at Batavia, 13-08-1669."
das:voyage-872_8"Via England, where 23 men deserted."
das:voyage-873_8"The men who embarked at the Cape came from the HASSELT and the MARIA. The master, Andries van Nesse, was dismissed because of adultery with the wife of the onderkoopman. According to Van Riebeek, II, 153, the ship departed from the Wielingen with 263 men."
das:voyage-874_8"Laid up in 1661. At the Cape 31 seafarers and 45 soldiers were taken over by the ENKHUIZEN."
das:voyage-875_9"See the ROTTERDAM (0874)."
das:voyage-877_1"Via Falmouth: one man deserted there. Until the Cape the voyage was severely delayed by calm and adverse winds. The ship was sold in 1673."
das:voyage-878_1"Via Plymouth: 15 men were pressed there by the English. The seven 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were slaves."
das:voyage-879_2"During the voyage Andries Wolf died; Jan Jansz. Vlodrop succeeded him as master. The 16 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were slaves, 12 of them arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-88_1"According to Commelin the master was Willem Kornelisz. Schouten."
das:voyage-881_2"A Portuguese slave ship carrying 250 slaves was captured off Brazil. At the arrival at the Cape about 80 of them had died and many were ill; some 100 slaves arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-882_1"For four weeks at Tristan da Cunha because of calm. Via Cape Leewin."
das:voyage-883_1"Sailing to Canton in 1659, the GEELMUIDEN was wrecked."
das:voyage-884_3"Via S. Vincente: 2 seafarers and 4 soldiers deserted there. The 30 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were slaves; 28 of them arrived at Batavia."
das:voyage-885_4"Via S. Vincente: one man deserted there."
das:voyage-886_1"In 1671 sold for breaking up."
das:voyage-888_9"Sold in the Indies, 08-09-1664."
das:voyage-889_7"According to Daghregister, 1659, the ship departed on 08-05-1658, according to KA 1119: 31-05-1658. The ship did not call at the Cape but at Saldanha Bay: 150 men were ill."
das:voyage-890_1"Laid up and sold at Batavia, 01-10-1669."
das:voyage-89_1"Took on provisions for about one month at Mauritius. Mooilieven was succeeded by Jan Konnelisz. van Avenhorn."
das:voyage-892_1"According to Daghregister, 1659, 32, the ship arrived at Batavia with 81 seafarers, 39 soldiers, and 5 passengers. It was wrecked on 25-06-1660 (off Taiwan?)"
das:voyage-893_1"According to KA 1119 the ship departed from the Vlie on 22-10-1658, according to KA 3971 the date of departure was 22-11-1658. Via Australia. During a battle against the Chinese the ship was wrecked, probably in 1661."
das:voyage-894_2"Fleet (0893-0899) under command of Adriaan van Almonde."
das:voyage-895_1"Via Canary Islands. Via Mauritius to accompany the PAREL which made water (see 0897). Attempting to relieve Fort Zeelandia at Formosa the KORTENHOEF was wrecked, 16-09-1661."
das:voyage-896_1"Sold at Batavia 20-05-1670."
das:voyage-897_4"Via Trinidad (29-01-1659). Via Mauritius and St. Paul because of leakage (see 0895)."
das:voyage-898_6"Via Trinidad (29-01-1659)."
das:voyage-899_1"From 31-03 till 26-05 at St. Helena. In 1671 sold for breaking up."
das:voyage-900_1"Via the Wielingen; on 06-12 for the second time out. Via Sierra Leone. Laid up and sold at Batavia in 1673."
das:voyage-901_1"Via the Wielingen; on 06-12 for the second time out. Via Saldanha Bay. Laid up and sold at Batavia in 1674."
das:voyage-902_2"Via S. Tiago. Laid up at Batavia 16-10-1665."
das:voyage-903_2"Via Mauritius to accompany the PAREL which made water (see 0897). Wrecked in a battle against the Chinese in 1661."
das:voyage-904_1"Sold at Batavia in 1670."
das:voyage-907_2"Via S. Vincente."
das:voyage-908_8"During the voyage two children were born."
das:voyage-910_3"For two months the ship was delayed by calm at the equator. Via Annabon (departure 26-10)."
das:voyage-91_1"Fleet under adm. Steven van der Hagen aboard the GEÜNIEERDE PROVINCIËN and vice-adm. Kornelis Bastiaansz. aboard the DORDRECHT (0082-0093). 10-01 till 12-02 at Plymouth; 10-03 till 30-05 at Maio Island, where the DORDRECHT and the ZEELANDIA joined the fleet; 30-06 the Cape rounded; 22-06 till 10-07 in the Verhagensbaai; 28-07 till 15-08 at Mozambique, the DELFT, the DUIFJE and the ENKHUIZEN sailed 5 days later and rejoined the fleet at the Comoro Islands; 19-08 till 27-08 at the Comoro Islands, 29-09 till 14-10 before Goa to harrass the Portuguese; 12-12 the DELFT set sail between Ceylon and Sumatra for Atjeh. The MEDEMBLIK and the HOP VAN HOLLAND left the fleet for Mauritius to look for the missing ship WACHTER. Forced by a contrary wind the ships arrived in the Bay of Antongil, where the ALKMAAR was found, deserted and destroyed by shipworm. The HOF VAN HOLLAND took over the cargo and sailed back home, the MEDEMBLIK proceeded to Bantam."
das:voyage-911_1"For one month the ship was delayed by calm south of the equator. Laid up and sold 20-11-1665."
das:voyage-912_1"Returning from Nagasaki to Batavia in 1663, the ship was wrecked."
das:voyage-913_3"Two of the men who embarked at the Cape were prisoners."
das:voyage-915_2"Via Maio Island. Sunk off Macassar in 1668."
das:voyage-917_2"Via Boa Vista Island. Broken up in the Bay of Gale (Ceylon), 1665/1666."
das:voyage-918_2"Run ashore off Goa in 1665, and sold to a Portuguese for breaking up in 1666."
das:voyage-919_9"The two 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were prisoners; one of them died. Wrecked on a reef at Salayar, 07-01-1663."
das:voyage-921_1"Via S. Vincente. Remained for service for about one year at the Cape before leaving for Ceylon with 45 men. The ship was wrecked off Bimelepatnam, 09-11-1665."
das:voyage-922_1"At the Cape 58 French survivors of the wrecked MARECHAL embarked; three of them died."
das:voyage-923_4"At the Cape 58 French survivors of the wrecked MARECHAL embarked."
das:voyage-924_9"Via S. Vincente. Laid up at Batavia, 16-11-1663."
das:voyage-925_1"Via Sierra Leone."
das:voyage-926_1"Via Cape Mount, where two men deserted, 17-08 till 27-08-1660."
das:voyage-927_1"Via Torbay where one seaman deserted. One child was born during the voyage. The ship was wrecked off Mishima Islands, 26-08-1663."
das:voyage-928_9"Laid up at Batavia, 04-03-1665."
das:voyage-929_2"Via Brouwershaven where 3 man deserted. The ship was driven out of its course and sailed via Atjeh to Pulicat. The ship was sold in 1673."
das:voyage-930_1"At the arrival at Batavia the crew included 10 stowaways from the return fleet (see 5482), who had come on board at the Cape. On 22-02-1663 wrecked off the coast of China; crew was saved."
das:voyage-931_1"The ship was delayed by a calm of 54 days south of the equator."
das:voyage-932_2"Via Cape Verde, 14 till 20-01-1661. The two 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were stowaways."
das:voyage-933_4"Acc. to Daghregister 1661 the ship departed 16-06-1660 from Texel."
das:voyage-934_2"Laid up at Batavia, 21-02-1669."
das:voyage-935_1"On 11-04-1661 for the second time from Goeree."
das:voyage-936_3"On 07-02-1661 for the second time from Wielingen. Via Cape Verde."
das:voyage-937_1"On 07-02-1661 for the second time from the Wielingen."
das:voyage-938_5"On 07-02-1661 for the second time from the Wielingen. One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-940_3"Gerrit van Ham, who was to succeed Jan van Riebeek as commandeur at the Cape, died and was buried at S. Vincente, March 1661."
das:voyage-941_1"One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-942_2"Ship's destination was Ceylon; arrival at Batavia by mistake of the master."
das:voyage-944_1"Via S. Vincente (16 till 23-05). For five weeks at the equator. At the Cape 23 soldiers from the JONGE PRINS came on board. Searched for the return fleet (see 5491)."
das:voyage-945_1"Laid up and sold, 24-11-1671."
das:voyage-946_1"Via Sierra Leone; one man went missing and one man deserted. At the Cape 4 soldiers and a carpenter from the JONGE PRINS came on board."
das:voyage-947_1"At the Cape 48 soldiers and a carpenter from the JONGE PRINS, 14 men from the MEIBOOM, and 20 men from the Cape came on board."
das:voyage-948_1"At the Cape 23 soldiers went to the WASSENDE MAAN, 4 soldiers and a carpenter to the RIJZENDE ZON, 48 soldiers and a carpenter to the HUIS TE ZWIETEN."
das:voyage-949_1"On 15-06-1661 for the second time from the Vlie. Via Cape Verde (12 till 22-08) and Saldanha Bay (06-12-1661 till 10-01-1662). Wrecked off Ceram, 09-02-1665."
das:voyage-950_5"During the voyage one child was born."
das:voyage-95_1"Sent to Mauritius to collect ebony. According to Commelin departure 20-05-1605. At Mauritius 22-05-1606 (see 5068 and 5069). Destroyed by fire on the coast of Coromandel (1610)."
das:voyage-951_7"One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-952_1"One child was born during the voyage. In 1675 laid up and sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-953_8"At Saldanha Bay (06-12-1661 till 10-01-1662). Laid up and sold at Batavia, 23-11-1667."
das:voyage-955_9"Laid up and sold at Batavia, 19-10-1666."
das:voyage-957_1"Via the Wielingen, departure on 26-01-1662."
das:voyage-958_1"Laid up and sold at Batavia on 31-10-1676."
das:voyage-959_2"Via the Wielingen, departure on 26-01-1662."
das:voyage-960_2"Via the Wielingen, departure on 26-01-1662"
das:voyage-961_1"Via the Wielingen. The ship stayed for some time for service at the Cape (Mozambique, St. Helena); see KENNEMERLAND (0968). Laid up and sold at Batavia in 1669."
das:voyage-96_2"According to Commelin the master was Gerrit Hendriksz. Roobol; according to Mac Leod Klaas Jansz. Melknap."
das:voyage-962_2"Via the Wielingen, departure on 21-03-1662."
das:voyage-963_2"Laid up at Ceylon in 1669."
das:voyage-964_1"The ship was wrecked near Japan (Mishima Islands) on 26-08-1663."
das:voyage-966_9"Back in the Wielingen; new departure on 20-03-1662."
das:voyage-967_1"Back in Goeree; new departure on 23-05-1662. See KENNEMERLAND (0968)."
das:voyage-968_1"On 26-09-1662 the KENNEMERLAND, WAPEN VAN ZEELAND (0973), VLAARDINGEN (0967), RIJNLAND (0969), KOGGE (0971), VELDHOEN (0961),and ZEERIDDER (0854), and on 16-10-1662 the ORANJE (0972) departed from the Cape under command of Huibert de Laresse to attack Mozambique and to look for the missing ships of the return fleet under command of Arnold de Vlaming. The mission failed; the fleet sailed on for Batavia."
das:voyage-969_1"See KENNEMERLAND (0968)."
das:voyage-970_1"This ship was also destined for the attack on Mozambique, but fell behind and left the fleet on 29-06-1662 at 5° N. Stayed at the Cape. Wrecked at Amboina in 1672."
das:voyage-97_1"According to Mac Leod the master was Abraham Mathijsz."
das:voyage-971_1"The ship lost its bowsprit, foremast and several topmasts. See also KENNEMERLAND (0968)."
das:voyage-972_9"See also KENNEMERLAND (0968)."
das:voyage-973_1"See KENNEMERLAND (0968). On board: Vice-admiraal Willem Volgers. The ship was wrecked on a voyage to China on 16-09-1663."
das:voyage-974_1"Wrecked at Cape Verde in June 1662."
das:voyage-975_1"Via Goeree, departure on 09-10-1662. Laid up in 1674 and sold at Batavia."
das:voyage-976_1"Via Goeree, departure on 09-10-1662. The ship was wrecked between Bima and Macassar on 1/2-10-1670."
das:voyage-977_2"The ship discovered two islands S. E. off the Cape which were called Dina and Maarsseveen. (later: Marion I. and Prince Edward I.)."
das:voyage-978_1"Laid up and sold at Batavia on 05-04-1675."
das:voyage-979_1"The 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape, were Portuguese prisoners. The ship was wrecked on a voyage between Bengal and Batavia on 18-11-1670."
das:voyage-980_1"On the return voyage the ship carried French prisoners-of-war. Departure from Ceylon on 24-09-1674; arrival in Holland on 21-04-1676, when it was restored to the Company, see 1327."
das:voyage-981_1"The 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape, were 6 Portuguese prisoners and one slave. Laid up at Batavia in 1674."
das:voyage-98_2"According to Mac Leod the master was Klaas Gerritsz."
das:voyage-982_1"The 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape, were 4 Portuguese prisoners. The ship was wrecked on 09-11-1665 off Bimelepatnam."
das:voyage-983_1"At the Cape Meindert Roelofsz. became master on the MEES; master on the HOOGKARSPEL after the Cape was Andries Brant. One seafarer was thrown overboard because of 'sodomy'. The 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape were Portuguese prisoners. The ship was wrecked between Tonkin and Japan in 1670."
das:voyage-984_2"The 'passengers' who embarked at the Cape, were 6 Portuguese prisoners, 1 female slave and 2 children."
das:voyage-985_1"Sailed from the Cape to St. Helena with the return fleet; sold at Batavia in 1674."
das:voyage-986_8"One child was born during the voyage. Laid up and sold in August 1666."
das:voyage-987_1"Wrecked on the rocks of the 'Hytanse' Islands on 17-12-1667; 33 men were drowned; there were about 13 survivors."
das:voyage-988_5"On board commandeur Johan van der Laan."
das:voyage-990_1"On board P. van Hoorn, extra-ordinaris Raad van Indie."
das:voyage-99_1"18-08-1606 burnt in action before Malacca."
das:voyage-992_1"On board Pieter Anthonis Overwater, extra-ordinaris Raad van Indie."
das:voyage-993_1"Wrecked at Macassar because of an explosion in the gunpowderroom, on 09-08-1668."
das:voyage-994_1"At the Cape 2 soldiers came on board from the ALPHEN. Sold in 1671."
das:voyage-995_1"At the Cape 1 soldier came on board from the SPARENDAM. Via Mauritius and Madagascar to look for disappeared crew of the ARNHEM (05491). Laid up at Ceylon in 1675."
das:voyage-996_1"One child was born during the voyage."
das:voyage-997_1"One of the passengers was a woman: Annetje Barendsz. engaged as Klaas Barends."
das:voyage-998_1"Wrecked at Bengal, 16-04-1673."
das:voyage-999_1"Sold at Batavia in 1674."