By J. R. Bruijn, F. S. Gaastra, I. Schöffer (auth.), J. R. Bruijn, F. S. Gaastra, I. Schöffer (eds.)
This publication offers tables which provide a nearly whole survey of the direct send ping among the Netherlands and Asia among 1595-1795. this era comprises, first, the voyages of the so-called Voorcompagnieen and, then, these for and below regulate of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC). The survey leads to 1795. That yr observed an finish of the typical sailings of the VOC among the Netherlands and Asia, considering that, following the Batavian revolution in January, the Netherlands be got here eager about battle with England. The final outward voyage left on 26 December 1794. After information of the replaced scenario within the Netherlands used to be acquired in Asia, the final homeward voyage came about within the spring of 1795. The VOC itself was once dis banded in 1798. In overall sixty six voyages of the voorcompagnieen are indexed, another than the culture best friend accredited quantity. The reconnaissance send, POSTILJON, from the fleet ofMahu and De Cordes, that was once amassed en direction is given its personal quantity (0022). because the try of the Australische Compagnie to avoid the monopoly of the VOC could be regarded as a continuation of the voorcompagnieen the voyage of Schouten and Le Maire is additionally indexed (0196-0197). For the remaining, completely the outward and homeward voyages of the VOC are males tioned within the tables. of these there have been in overall 4722 outward and 3359 homeward.
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0568 0566 Joined the return fleet of Hartsing at St. Helena. Broken up in 1643. 7 NASSAU TODD. Built 550 Va. Ch. 1 DELFT Hendrik Dirksz. 1 MALAKKA Simon Douwesz. 2 WITTE OLIFANT Jan Usbrandsz. 1 ORANJE Willem Kornelisz. van Domburg 1000 70011200 1639 1643 A Z A Z 24-12-1644 24-07-1645 Batavia Texel 24-12-1644 26-07-1645 Batavia Wielingen 49 On board I II III Inv. value Ch. Particulars Corr. no. 0575 218,872 A 295,388 A 249,587 R 330,928 H 356,484 Z 314,046 A 253,657 A 410,458 Z 147,346 A Sailed alone.
1 DE VENTER Klaas Jansz. 1 EGMOND Va. Ch. Departure E E 18-03-1629 Batavia D D 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 27-02-1630 A 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 H H 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 July 1630 Texel Z Z 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 06-06-1630 Zeeland A A 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 07-06-1630 Texel A 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 07-07-1630 Texel R R 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 06-07-1630 Goeree 400 A A 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 06-06-1630 Texel 400 Z Z 18-12-1629 Batavia 17-02-1630 26-02-1630 06-07-1630 Zeeland D A 08-03-1631 Batavia 10-06-1631 22-06-1631 09-10-1631 Texel A A 08-03-1631 Batavia 10-06-1631 22-06-1631 -10-1631 Texel A 08-03-1631 Batavia 10-06-1631 22-06-1631 10-10-1631 Texel 400 lach!
Helena. 0516 The master Adriaan Tonneman died 09-06 and was succeeded by Andries Adriaansz. Because of a gale from 22-03 till 28-10 at Mauritius; from 24-01-1642 till 23-03 at St. Helena. 0548 0551 0533 46 Voyage Tonn. Built Ya. Ch. 4 ZEELANDIA 600/1050 1631 Z Z 13-12-1641 Batavia 20-02-1642 23-03-1642 02-08-1642 Wielingen A A 29-12-1641 Batavia 18-03-1642 23-03-1642 July Aug. 3. 1 WESTFRIESLAND 1000 1640 800 1641 A A 13-12-1642 Batavia 11-03-1643 09-07-1643 Texel 1100 1641 H H 13-12-1642 Batavia 02-03-1643 11-03-1643 09-07-1643 Texel 47 On board I II III Inv.