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Ongeluckige voyagie, van 't schip Batavia, nae de Oost-Indien : gebleven op de Abrolhos van Frederick Houtman op de hooghte van 28 1/3 graet by Zuyden de Linie Æquinoctiael uytgevaren onder den E. Francoys Pelsert : vervatende soo 't verongelucken des Schips als de grouwelijcke Moorderijen onder 't gebergde Scheeps-volck, op 't Eylant Bataviaes Kerck-hof voorgevallen : nevens de Straffe de Jantdadigers overgekomen geschiet in de jaren 1628 en 1629 : nevens een treur-bly-eynde ongheluck, des Oost-Indische Compagnies Dienaers in 't jaer 1636 weder-varen ... : als mede de groote tyrranye van Abas, coninck van Persien, anno 1645 ... / alles door een liefhebber uyt verscheyde schriften te samen ghestelt ... oock met veel schoone kopere platen verrijckt
Bib ID 2323054
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Pelsaert, Francisco, -1630
 
Online Versions
Description Tot Amsterdam : Voor Jan Jansz, 1647 
[2], 118 p., 6 folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. (4to) 
Notes

First report is attributed to Pelsaert.

Second report was written by J. van Vliet.

Caption titles of individual reports: [1] Journael, ende historich verhael van de angeluckighe reyse gedaen naer de Oost-Indien, door den Eersamen Francoys Pelsaert van Antwerpen; [2] Verbael, ende historisch verhael van 't gene des Vereenighde Nederlandtsche Geoctroyeerde Oost-Indische Compagnies dienaers ... in de stadt Judia wedervaren is; [3] Droevigh verhael van't gene sich in Persia ... in den Jare 1645 toegedragen heeft.

Signatures: pi1 A-P⁴

RBRS N 919.41301 P392 (N1 and N2) copies also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-187708779

Library's N1 copy has been rebound in hardback and includes 6 plates. It is inscribed on the title page.

Library's N2 copy in original blue wrappers is a Petherick copy, and is embossed: Commonwealth Parliament Library Petherick Collection.

Cited In

Tiele, P.A. Journaux navigateurs, 235

Robert, W.C.H. Contributions bibl. Australia, v. 1, 700

Landwehr, J. VOC bibiography, 406.

Subjects Houtman, Frederick de, 1570-1627.  |  Batavia (Ship)  |  Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie -- Thailand.  |  Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie -- Iran.  |  Shipwrecks -- Western Australia -- Houtman Abrolhos.  |  Western Australia -- History -- Early works to 1800.  |  Australia -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
Other authors/contributors Vliet, Jeremias van, 17th century Treur-bly-eynde ongheluck, des Oost-Indische Compagnies dinaers in 't jaer 1636 weder-varen
Also Titled

Ongeluckige voyagie, van 't schip Batavia nae Oost-Indien, gebleven op de Abrolhos van Frederick Houtman ...

Groote tyrannye van Abas, coninck van Persien ... in sijn conincklijck hof tot Espahan

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