6124. Lockyer on Indian trade 1711

LOCKYER, CHARLES. An Account of the trade in India: containing rules for good Governement in Trade, Price Courants, and Tables: with Descriptions of Fort St. George, Acheen, Malacca, Condore, Canton, Anjengo, Muskat, Gombroon, Surat, Goa, Carwar, Telichery, Panola, Calicut, the Cape of Good-Hope, and St. Helena. Their inhabitants, customs, religion, governement, animals, fruits , &c. To which is added, an Account of the
Management of the Dutch in their Affairs in India. London (printed for the Authore, and sold by Samuel Crouch) 1711.

8:o. (12), 1-340 pp.
Recent brown quarter calf, marbled boards. Some foxing. New York Historical Society red stamp to title and final page.

Löwendahl: China illustrata nova. Supplement, 1597.
Contains observations by the author made during an East India Company voyage to Canton (Guangzhou), and an account of Canton on pp. 97-168.
Lockyer sailed from London aboard the ship Streetham in 1703, arriving in Canton in August 1704, where he remained until December 1704; subsequently the Streetham made several trading voyages around the Indian Ocean befor returning to London in 1706.

From the library of Swedish antiquarian bookdealer Björn Löwendahl (1941-2013).