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" and steadily reiterated ever since, that " the commerce of the Moluccas, Amboyna, and Banda should belong to the Company, and that no other nation in the world should possess the least part." But Coen's far-reaching policy was beyond the grasp of his... "
History of India - Page 109
by Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1907
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A History of British India: To the overthrow of the English in the Spice ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - British - 1899
...would enable him to carry out the instructions given to the first Dutch Governor-General, 1609-1614, and steadily reiterated ever since; that ' the commerce...bluff shipcaptains with their flaming broadsides; or of the angry isolated Dutch agents, a thousand miles apart, with their forts and prison cells. Coen...
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Origin and Development Pf the Law of the Sea: History of International Law ...

Ram Prakash Anand - Law - 1983 - 249 pages
...Ocean. In 1609, the Company's first Governor-General, Pieter Both, was appointed with clear instructions "that the commerce of the Moluccas, Amboyna and Banda should belong to the Company, and no other nation in the world should have the least part. " 82 It is interesting to note that, as the...
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