Purchas his Pilgrimes in Japan; extracted from Hakluytus posthumus or Purchas his Pilgrimes: contayning a history of the world in sea voyages and lande travells by Englishmen and others, by Samuel Purchas, B.D., and edited with commentary and notes by Cyril Wild

[目次]

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • List of Illustrations / 8
  • Preface / 1
  • PART I. THE EARLY EXPLORERS
  • i. Marco Polo / 7
  • Master Marco Polo,a Gentleman of Venice,his Voyages / 10
  • ii. The Portuguese and Spaniards / 13
  • Columbus his first Voyage / 14
  • First sight of Japon / 16
  • Fernam Mendez Pinto his Peregrination / 17
  • PART II. THE JESUITS
  • The Jesuits in Japan / 21
  • A General Collection and Historicall representation of the Jesuites entrance into Japon / 26
  • Japonian Embassage to the Pope
  • of Nabunanga and Quabacondono their government
  • Corai invaded,Embassage from China,Taicosamas Temple,and Ogoshosamas succession. / 30
  • Amacao.Nunez.Megoa spoyled by Japanders.Of their characters and writing downward / 48
  • Extracts out of Trigautius his Martyrologe,or five Bookes of Christian Triumphs among the Japonians / 51
  • The summe of a letter of Nicholas Trigautius a Jesuite,touching his Voyage to India,and of the State of Christianitie in Japan / 54
  • Observations gathered out of the books of Josephus Acosta,a learned Jesuite / 55
  • A description of the West Indies,by Antonio de Herrera / 57
  • Master Brerewoods Enquiries of the Religions professed in the World / 58
  • PART III. THE DUTCH
  • The Dutch Navigators / 63
  • The Voyage of Oliver Noort round about the Globe,being the fourth Circum-navigation of the same,extracted out of the Latine Diarie. / 65
  • Minor References to the Dutch / 68
  • PART IV. THE ENGLISH
  • The English Navigators / 71
  • i. Ralph Fitch and Thomas Cavendish
  • The Voyage of Master Ralph Fitch Merchant of London to Ormus,and so to Goa in the East India / 74
  • The third circumnavigation of the Globe:Or the admirable and prosperous voyage of Master Thomas Candish of Trimley in the Countie of Suffolke Esquire / 74
  • ii. Sir Edward Michelborne and John Davys / 75
  • The Second Voyage of John Davis with Sir Edward Michelborne Knight,into the East-Indies,in the Tigre a ship of two hundred and fortie Tuns,with a Pinnasse called the Tigres Whelpe / 77
  • iii. William Adams / 80
  • W.Adams his Voyage by the South-sea to Japon / 86
  • A Letter of William Adams to his Wife from Japon / 97
  • Extracts of Peter Williamson Floris,his Journall / 101
  • iv. John Saris and Richard Cocks,and the English House at Hirado / 102
  • CHAP.I.
  • §1. Capt.Saris his Voyage to Bantam.Plentie cause of dearth / 125
  • §2. The Voyage of Captaine Saris in the Cloave,to the Ile of Japan / 126
  • §3. Their arrival at Firando:the Habite,Rites,and Customes of the Japonians / 128
  • §4. Captaine Saris his Journey to the Court of the Japonian Emperour,and observations there,and by the way.His Letter to the King,and Japonian Priviledges to the English Companie / 141
  • §5. Accidents after his returne to Firando,the setling of a Factorie there,departure for Bantam,and the for England.King of Firandos Letter to His Majestie / 162
  • §6. Intelligence concerning Yedzo,delivered in the Citie of Edoo in Japan,by a Japanner who had beene there twice / 169
  • §7. A note of requestable Commodities vendible in Japan,together with their prices there current,being Masses,and Canderines,each Canderine contayning the 1/10 of a Masse:viz. / 170
  • §8. A memoriall of such merchandize as are to bee bought in Japan,and the prices as they are there worth / 173
  • CHAP.II.
  • §1. The Kings care,unreadinesse of ours,Japonian superstitions,strange tempest / 174
  • §2. Lies of or on the Devil,and uproares about fire.Deceit of Nangasack.Suspicions,Feasts,Spanish occurents / 185
  • §3. A strange comedie acted by Kings and Nobles:Preventions for Night-cries and fires
  • Returne of the Generall from Court / 198
  • The Copie of a Letter sent by the Emperour of Japan,unto the King of Holland,by the ship called the Red Lion,with Arrowes,which arrived in the Texel,the two and twentieth of July,1610.And divers Letters written from the English in Japan to their friends in England / 206
  • Firando in Japan,the tenth of December,1614 / 207
  • A piece of another letter of M.Cockes / 222
  • §4. A Letter concerning later Occurrents in Japon from Master R.Cocke to Captaine Saris,written at Firando in Japon,the thirteenth of December 1622 / 230
  • v. The Fleet of Defence
  • Voyage to Japan.Captaine Prings arrival in Japan:and returne thence / 233
  • Briefe Extracts of a Journall of Arnold Brown his Indian Voyages / 236
  • vi. Arthur Hatch
  • Letter touching Japon with the Government Affaires and later Occurrents there
  • written to me by Master Arthur Hatch Minister,lately returned thence / 239
  • NOTES
  • Note A. Embassy from the Viceroy of the Indies to Toyotomi Hideyoshi / 249
  • Note B. Toyotomi Hideyoshi's invasion of Korea / 250
  • Note C. Tea / 251
  • Note D. The Death of William Adams / 252
  • Note E. Correspondence between King James I and Tokugawa Iyeyasu. / 255
  • Note F. The Petition for Privileges and the Charter of Trade / 257
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • INDEX

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書名 Purchas his Pilgrimes in Japan; extracted from Hakluytus posthumus or Purchas his Pilgrimes: contayning a history of the world in sea voyages and lande travells by Englishmen and others, by Samuel Purchas, B.D., and edited with commentary and notes by Cyril Wild
著作者等 Purchas, Samuel
Wild, Cyril
出版元 J.L.Thompson & Co., (Retail) , Ltd.
[etc., etc.]
刊行年月 1939
言語 英語
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