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“This countrie is full of golde, siluer, latton, tinne, and yron, of the whiche it is not laweful to cary any one out of the realme.”
“Bachu, written very fauourably in their behoofe: and thereupon was laden and sent in a small boat of that countrey in merchandize, to the value (very neere) of one thousand pound sterling: videlicet, one hundred pieces of karsies, seuen broad clothes, two barrels of cochenelio, two barrels of tinne, foure barrels of shaffe.”
“Their women haue their necks, armes and eares decked with rings of siluer, copper, tinne, and with round hoopes made of”
“The 10 of January I went from Pegu to Malacca, passing by many of the ports of Pegu, as Martauan, the Iland of Taui, from whence commeth great store of tinne, which serueth all India, the Ilands of Tanaseri, Iunsalaon, and many others; and so came to Malacca the”
“They gaue vs six of those sheepe for a tinne Spoone:”
“The Chazza is also of tinne with the said armes, and 2. of these make a challaine.”
“I thinke cloth, kersies and tinne, haue neuer bene here at so low prices as they are now.”
“For the money of Malacca, the least money currant is of tinne stamped with the armes of Portugall, and 12 of these make a”
“The Challaine is of tinne with the said armes, and 40 of these make a tanga of Goa good money, but not stamped in Malacca.”
“Madagascar the people are of good condition, and goe naked, onely with a Cotton cloth before their priuie members, and some from their breasts downward: Their ornaments are Copper ringes about their armes, but Tin rings are more esteemed with them, and therefore tinne with them is good marchaundise.”
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