Diary of Richard Cocks : Volume II
1618. January 1.-I delivered these bills to Mr. Osterwick this day, viz.: - 1 bill Kyng Firandos, Figen a Came, for3000 tais. 1 bill Unagenses, for 1/2 barill gunpolder0010: 0: 0 1 bill Unagenses, for 8 pec. dutts 8 R. corg. sould for 1 tay pec., is0008: 0: 0 1 bill Kitskin Donos, for money lent hym0020: 0: 0 1 bill of Guarian Ushenusque Dono, mony lent0020: 0: 0 1 bill of Guenchque or Tonomon Same, kinges brother0050: 0: 0 1 bill ditto Tonomon Same, for 8 pec. red zelas0008: 0: 0 And I gave hym my writing for my boy Tushma, called Bicho, bought of Jno. Japon. We had much adoe with the mareners of our junk about carrying passingers along with them, and som of the officers of junk came ashore, but I sent them back per kinges order. And about midnight I went abord the junck to Cochy my selfe, and carid 20 loves bread, a veneson pastie, a peece rosting beefe, and a bottell Spanish wyne; and in the way met an offecer of the junk, called Tiquan, and caryed hym back againe. Mr. Eaton had much ado abord, before I came, and turned 9 passingers ashore whom he fownd hid in mareners cabbins.
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