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A new acount of East India and Persia. Being nine years' travels, 1672-1681.

Author: John Fryer; William Crooke
Publisher: London, Hakluyt Society, 1909-15.
Series: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 2nd ser., no. 19-20, 39.
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Describes the cities of Surat and Bombay, the life and trade there, as well as at Madras; includes an account of the struggle of the Maharattas under Sivaji to resist absorption into Aurangzib's empire, an analysis of the political state of the kingdom of Bijapur, and information about natural science. The Persian portion of the book recounts the eighteen-month sojurn the author spent in southern Persia and Isphahan  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Fryer, John, d. 1733.
New acount of East India and Persia.
London, Hakluyt Society, 1909-15
(OCoLC)623508951
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Fryer; William Crooke
OCLC Number: 18536725
Notes: Reproduction of the t.p. and plates, slightly reduced, of the edition of 1698.
Description: 3 v. front. (port.) illus., plates (part fold.) maps. 23 cm.
Series Title: Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 2nd ser., no. 19-20, 39.
Responsibility: By John Fryer. Edited, with notes and an introduction, by William Crooke ...

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Describes the cities of Surat and Bombay, the life and trade there, as well as at Madras; includes an account of the struggle of the Maharattas under Sivaji to resist absorption into Aurangzib's empire, an analysis of the political state of the kingdom of Bijapur, and information about natural science. The Persian portion of the book recounts the eighteen-month sojurn the author spent in southern Persia and Isphahan in 1677-78.

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