By W.Ph. Coolhaas
This quantity of the Bibliographical sequence is a completely revised English version, with many additions, of the author's 'Chronique de l'histoire coloniale. Outre-mer neerlandais' released in might 1958 within the French periodical 'Revue d'histoire des colonies' (Tome XLIV, 1957, pp. 311-448). A stricter observance of bibliographical aspect has been geared toward, mostly throughout the efforts of the editorial employees of the Institute. In a few circumstances, notwithstanding, the shape of a continual narrative, selected for this bibliography, made it most unlikely to provide complete titles. The spelling of geographical names and names of languages is in keeping with the English romanization of Malay. CONTENTS web page creation 1 I. records three II. Journals, Institutes, college Chairs 6 III. Books of commute. 10 IV. the world lined by means of the constitution of the V. O. C. 21 A. common Works 21 B. resources 27 C. Monographs . 30 1. institution and advertisement actions of the V. O. C. 30 2. The management of Justice 33 three. military and military . 34 four. medication and the Sciences 36 five. faith and schooling 37 6. paintings 39 D. Biographies forty 1. Pioneers forty 2. Governors-General forty-one three. different folks forty five E. local reviews. forty seven 1. The Moluccas, Amboyna and Banda forty seven 2. New Guinea 50 three. Australia 50 four. Celebes fifty one five. Borneo fifty two 6. Sumatra fifty two 7. Java . fifty three eight. Japan. fifty nine nine. China sixty one 10. Formosa sixty three eleven. The Philippines sixty three ] 2. extra India sixty four thirteen. India . sixty five 14. Ceylon 70 15.
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M. A. ) ; giving a brief survey of their careers, their closest relatives and the main events during their periods of office. Supplementary notes concerning the governors-general up to 1945 as well as corrections of Van der Kloot's genealogical data were published by W. Ph. Coolhaas in the journal De Nederlandsche Leeuw (1956, LXXIII, pp. 339-356 and 385-393). ) F. W. Stapel gave a brief biography of each of these men, facing the photograph of their painting in the collection studied in the work by Mrs.
C. c. balance-sheets), in the same publication, XVI, 1930, (pp. 1-165) J. G. C. (1. c. shares). J. XXIV, 1950 (pp. 1-33) W. S. C. c. in the Department of Zealand in 1602). C. c. ) has been compiled by J. G. van Dillen with copious introductions and notes. Of interest is H. c. , T. v. G. 57, 1942, pp. c. as a trading organisation. A very important contribution has been made by the Danish historian Kristof Glamann in his Dutch-Asiatic Trade, 1620-1740 (Eng. ). He is especially interested in the trade between the Asian factories 32 of the Company with the Departments ("Kamers") in the Netherlands; we still want a work on the inter-Asian trade relations of the Company.
K. A. I. 73, 1917, pp. 502-557). Towards the end of the 18th century the French succeeded in bringing cloves and nutmeg plants to their possession, lIe de France (Mauritius). Before that, these plants only occurred on the Spice Islands. Documents on this subject were published by Miss M. ) under the title Mauritius and the Spice Trade. The Odyssey of Pierre Poivre. A series of articles especially devoted to the trade in wood were published by E. H. B. Brascamp in T. B. G. (59, 1920 to 72, 1932).