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Admiral Steven van der Haghen's voyage to the East Indies : 1603-1606

Author: Levinus Hulsius; Isaac Genius; Alison D Anderson; James Ford Bell Library. Associates.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Associates of the James Ford Bell Library, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Neundte Schiffart (or, The Ninth Sea Voyage) was the ninth in a series of pamphlets about overseas voyages and exploration published by Levinius Hulsius (Hulse), who skillfully selected, edited and translated eyewitness accounts. This particular voyage was especially important because it represented a turning point for the Dutch in gaining control of the East Indies spice trade.
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Named Person: Steven van der Hagen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Levinus Hulsius; Isaac Genius; Alison D Anderson; James Ford Bell Library. Associates.
ISBN: 0960179860 9780960179862
OCLC Number: 38914135
Notes: Translation of: Neundte Schiffart, das ist, Gründliche Erklärung was sich mit den Holl- und Seeländern in Ost-Indien Anno 1604 und 1605. Frankfurt, 1612. This work has been attributed to Isaac Genius.
"A publication from the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota"--Preceding title page.
Printed in a limited edition of 500 copies.
Description: 114 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Other Titles: Neundte Schiffart, das ist, Gründliche Erklärung was sich mit den Holl- und Seeländern in Ost-Indien Anno 1604 und 1605.
Responsibility: Alison D. Anderson, editor and translator.

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Neundte Schiffart (or, The Ninth Sea Voyage) was the ninth in a series of pamphlets about overseas voyages and exploration published by Levinius Hulsius (Hulse), who skillfully selected, edited and translated eyewitness accounts. This particular voyage was especially important because it represented a turning point for the Dutch in gaining control of the East Indies spice trade.

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