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before they depart to passe the sholds, the small shippes and flat bottomed boates goe together in companie, and when they haue sailed sixe and thirtie miles, they arriue at the place where the sholdes are, and at that place the windes blowe so forciblie, that they are forced to goe thorowe, not hauing any other refuge to saue themselues. the flat bottomed boates goe safe thorow, where as the small shippes if they misse the aforesayd chanell, sticke fast on the sholdes, and by this meanes many are lost: and comming backe for the indies, they goe not that way, but passe by the chanell of manar as is abouesayd, whose chanell is oazie, and if the shippes sticke fast, it is a great chance if there be any danger at all. the reason why this chanell is not more sure to goe thither, is, because the windes that raigne or blowe betweene zeilan and manar, make the chanell so shalow with water, that almost there is not any passage. from coa comori to the iland of zeilan is 120. miles ouerthwart. zeilan. [footnote: ceylon.] zeilan is an iland, in my iudgement, a great deale bigger then cyprus: on that side towards the indies lying westward is the citie called columba, which is a hold of the portugales, but without walles or enimies. it hath towards the sea a free port, the awfull king of that iland is in colombo, and is turned christian, and maintained by the king of portugall, being depriued of his kingdome. the king of the gentiles, to whom this kingdome did belong, was called madoni, which had two sonnes, the first named barbinas the prince; and the second ragine. this king by the pollicie of his yoonger sonne, was depriued of his kingdome, who because hee had entised and done that which pleased the armie and souldiours, in despight of his father and brother being prince, vsurped the kingdome, and became a great warriour. first, this iland had three kings; the king of cotta with his conquered prisoners: the king of candia, which is a part of that iland, and is so called by the name of candia, which had a reasonable power, and was a great friend to the portugals, which sayd that hee liued secretly a christian; the third was the king of gianifampatan. in thirteene yeeres that this ragine gouerned this iland, he became a great tyrant. in this iland there groweth fine sinamom, great store of pepper, great store of nuttes and arochoe: there they make great store of cairo [footnote: cairo is a stuffe that they make rope with, the which is the barke of a tree.] to make cordage: it bringeth foorth great store of christall cats eyes, or ochi de gati, and they say that they finde there some rubies, but i haue sold rubies well there that i brought with me from pegu. i was desirous to see how they gather the sinamom, or take it from the tree that it groweth on, and so much the rather, because the time that i was there, was the season which they gather it in, which was in the moneth of aprill, at which time the portugals were in armes, and in the field, with the king of the countrey; yet i to satisfie my desire, although in great danger, tooke a guide with mee and went into a wood three miles from the citie, in which wood was great store of sinamome trees growing together among other wilde trees; and this sinamome tree is a small tree, and not very high, and hath leaues like to our baie tree. in the moneth of march or aprill, when the sappe goeth vp to the toppe of the tree, then they take the sinamom from that tree in this wise. [sidenote: the cutting and gathering of sinamom.] they cut the barke of the tree round about in length from knot to knot, or from ioint to ioint, aboue and belowe, and then easilie with their handes they take it away, laying it in the sunne to drie, and in this wise it is gathered, and yet for all this the tree dieth not, [sidenote: a rare thing.] but agaynst the next yeere it will haue a new barke, and that which is gathered euery yeere is the best sinamome: for that which groweth two or three yeares is great, and not so good as the other is; and in these woods groweth much pepper. negapatan. from the iland of zeilan men vse to goe with small shippes to negapatan, within the firme land, and seuentie two miles off is a very great citie, and very populous of portugals and christians of the countrey, and part gentiles: it is a countrey of small trade, neither haue they any trade there, saue a good quantitie of rice, and cloth of bumbast which they carie into diuers partes: it was a very plentifull countrey of victuals but now it hath a great deale lesse; and that abundance of victuals caused many portugales to goe thither and build houses, and dwell there with small charge. this citie belongeth to a nobleman of the kingdome of bezeneger being a gentile, neuerthelesse the portugales and other christians are well intreated there, and haue their churches there with a monasterie of saint francis order, with great deuotion and very well accommodated, with houses round about: yet for all this, they are amongst tyrants, which alwayes at their pleasure may doe them some harme, as it happened in the yeere of our lord god one thousand fiue hundred, sixtie and fiue: [sidenote: a foolish feare of portugals.] for i remember very well, how that the nayer, that is to say, the lord of the citie, sent to the citizens to demaund of them certaine arabian horses, and they hauing denied them vnto him, and gainesayd his demaund, it came to passe that this lord had a desire to see the sea, which when the poore citizens vnderstood, they doubted some euill, to heare a thing which was not woont to bee, they thought that this man would come to sacke the citie, and presently they embarked themselues the best they could with their mooueables, marchandize, iewels, money, and all that they had, and caused the shippes to put from the shore. when this was done, as their euill chance would haue it, the next night following, there came such a great storme that it put all the shippes on land perforce, and brake them to pieces, and all the goods that came on land and were saued, were taken from them by the souldiours and armie of this lord which came downe with him to see the sea, and were attendant at the sea side, not thinking that any such thing would haue happened. saint thomas or san tome. [sidenote: st. thomas his sepulchre.] from negapatan following my voyage towards the east an hundred and fiftie miles, i found the house of blessed saint thomas, which is a church of great deuotion, and greatly regarded of the gentiles for the great miracles they haue heard to haue bene done by that blessed apostle: neere vnto this church the portugals haue builded them a citie in the countrey subiect to the king of bezeneger, which citie although it bee not very great, yet in my iudgement, it is the fairest in all that part of the indies: and it hath very faire houses and faire gardens in vacant places very well accommodated: it hath streetes large and streight, with many churches of great deuotion, their houses be set close one vnto another, with little doores, euery house hath his defence, so that by that meanes it is of force sufficient to defend the portugals against the people of that countrey. the portugals there haue no other possession but their gardens and houses that are within the citie: the customes belong to the king of bezeneger, which are very small and easie, for that it is a countrey of great riches and great trade: there come euery yeere two or three great ships very rich, besides many other small ships: one of the two great ships goeth for pegu, and the other for malacca, laden with fine bumbast [marginal note: a painted kind of cloth and died of diuers colours which those people delight much in, and esteeme them of great price.] cloth of euery sort, painted, which is a rare thing, because those kinde of clothes shew as they were gilded, with diuers colours, and the more they be washed, the liuelier the colours will shew. also there is other cloth of bumbast which is wouen with diuers colours, and is of great value: also they make in sant tome great store of red yarne, which they die with a roote called saia, and this colour will neuer waste, but the more it is washed, the more redder it will shew: they lade this yarne the greatest part of it for pegu, because that there they worke and weaue it to make cloth according to their owne fashion, and with lesser charges. it is a maruelous thing to them which haue not seene the lading and vnlading of men and marchandize in s. tome as they do: it is a place so dangerous, that a man cannot bee serued with small barkes, neither can they doe their businesse with the boates of the shippes, because they would be beaten in a thousand pieces, but they make certaine barkes (of purpose) high, which they call masadie, they be made of litle boards; one board being sowed to another with small cordes, and in this order are they made. and when they are thus made, and the owners will embarke any thing in them, either men or goods, they lade them on land, and when they are laden, the barke-men thrust the boate with her lading into the streame, and with great speed they make haste all that they are able to rowe out against the huge waues of the sea that are on that shore, vntill that they carie them to the ships: and in like maner they lade these masadies at the shippes with merchandise and men. when they come neere the shore, the barke-men leap out of the barke into the sea to keepe the barke right that she cast not athwart the shore, and being kept right, the suffe of the sea setteth her lading dry on land without any hurt or danger, and sometimes there are some of them that are ouerthrowen, but there can be no great losse, because they lade but a litle at a time. all the marchandize they lade outwards, they emball it well with oxe hides, so that if it take wet, it can haue no great harme. [sidenote: in the iland of banda they lade nutmegs for there they grow.] in my voyage, returning in the yeere of our lord god one thousand, fiue hundred, sixtie and sixe, i went from goa vnto malacca, in a shippe or gallion of the king of portugal, which went vnto banda for to lade nutmegs and maces: from goa to malacca are one thousand eight hundred miles, we passed without the iland zeilan, and went through the chanell of nicubar, or els through the chanell of sombero, which is by the middle of the iland of sumatra, called in olde time taprobana: [sidenote: in the ilands of andemaon, they eate one another.] and from necubar to pegu is as it were a rowe or chaine of an infinite number of ilands, of which many are inhabited with wilde people, and they call those ilands the ilands of andemaon, and they call their people sauage or wilde, because they eate one another: also these ilands haue warre one with another, for they haue small barkes, and with them they take one another, and so eate one another: and if by euil chance any ship be lost on those ilands, as many haue bene, there is not one man of those ships lost there that escapeth vneaten or vnslaine. these people haue not any acquaintance with any other people, neither haue they trade with any, but liue onely of such fruites as those ilands yeeld: and if any ship come neere vnto that place or coast as they passe that way, as in my voyage it happened as i came from malacca through the chanell of sombrero, there came two of their barkes neere vnto our ship laden with fruite, as with mouces which wee call adam apples, with fresh nuts, and with a fruite called inani, which fruite is like to our turneps, but is very sweete and good to eate: they would not come into the shippe for any thing that wee could doe: neither would they take any money for their fruite, but they would trucke for olde shirtes or pieces of olde linnen breeches, these ragges they let downe with a rope into their barke vnto them, and looke what they thought those things to bee woorth, so much fruite they would make fast to the rope and let vs hale it in: and it was told me that at sometimes a man shall haue for an old shirt a good piece of amber. sumatra. this iland of sumatra is a great iland and deuided and gouerned by many kings, and deuided into many chanels, where through there is passage: upon the headland towardes the west is the kingdom of assi gouerned by a moore king: this king is of great force and strength, as he that beside his great kingdom, hath many foists and gallies. in his kingdom groweth great store of pepper, ginger, beniamin: he is an vtter enemy to the portugals, and hath diuers times bene at malacca to fight against it, and hath done great harme to the boroughes thereof, but the citie alway withstood him valiantly, and with their ordinance did great spoile to his campe. at length i came to the citie of malacca. the citie malacca. malacca is a citie of marueilous great trade of all kind of marchandize, which come from diuers partes, because that all the shippes that saile in these seas, both great and small, are bound to touch at malacca to paie their custome there, although they vnlade nothing at all, as we do at elsinor: and if by night they escape away, and pay not their custome, then they fall into a greater danger after: for if they come into the indies and haue not the seale of malacca, they pay double custome. i haue not passed further then malacca towards the east, but that which i wil speake of here is by good information of them that haue bene there. the sailing from malacca towards the east is not common for all men, as to china and iapan, and so forwards to go who will, but onely for the king of portugall and his nobles, with leaue granted vnto them of the king to make such voiage, or to the iurisdiction of the captaine of malacca, where he expecteth to know what voiages they make from malacca thither, and these are the kings voiages, that euery yere there departeth from malacca 2. gallions of the kings, one of them goeth to the moluccos to lade cloues, and the other goeth to banda to lade nutmegs and maces

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