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Early Travels in India: 1583-1619

William Foster (Author)
Synopsis This book contains narratives of seven Englishmen who traveled in Northern and Western India during the reigns of the Emperors Akbar and Jahangir. Though these do not by any means exhaust the list of English visitors of that period, who have left us record of their experience, they include practically all these of real importance, with the exception of Sir Thomas Roe. The travelers included are Ralph Fitch 1583-91; John Mildenhall 1599-1606; William Hawkins 1608-13; William Finch 1608-11; Nicholas Withington 1612-16; Thomas Coriyat 1612-17 and Edward Terry 1616-19.
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About the author

William Foster

William Foster joined the India Office in 1882. He edited the Indian Office List, 1891-5. He was the assistant to the Registrar and Superintendent of Records in 1901. He was the Secretary of the Kakluyt Society, 1893-1902. Some of the records edited by him include: The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe to India 1615-19, The First Letter-book of the East India Company 1600-19, Early Travels in India; The Travels of Thomas Best to East Indies 1612-14 and The Travels of Nicholas Downton to East Indies 1614-15.

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Title Early Travels in India: 1583-1619
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1985
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length xiv+351p., Maps; Plates; Index; 23cm.