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Chapiä (Choupar), near Patna,
100 ; ii, 10. Cnarados : see Sudras. Charakhpüjä (swinging festival),
ü, 198-9. CharUafar : see Shahr-i-safä. Charwä (Charoua), i, 45. Chasou : see Chaksü. Château des Bois, M. de, i, 177,
183. Chativor river, i, 103. Chaton, 'bezel', ii, 101. Chaul (Chaoul), i, 142. Chegathay : see Cathay. Chegos, an arbitrary weight for
pearls, ii, 96-7. Chek : see Shaikh. Chekaipour : see Shaikhpura. Chemin, 'way', line of cleavage,
ii.44. Clteraf : see Shroff. Cherourabad (Kora Jahänäbäd),
i, 93. Cheteur, the Sieur, Dutch envoy,
Steur, i, xlvi-vii ; 231, 241. Chèvres, the Sieur, (D.), i, xlvi ;
ii, 288. Chiamay lake (a myth), ii, 217. Chüdäbäd (Sayyidäbäd), i, 58. Children, dealing in diamonds, ii,
48 ; exposure of, ii, 167. C'hilwä, fish, i, 121 n. China, Dutch embassy to, ii, 235-6 ;
i, xlv ; gold in, ii, 122 ; King of,
ii, 147 ; Russian embassy to, ii,
212-13. Chinese, at Batavia, ii, 174 ^
money, i, 331 ; navigators, i,
204». Chintzes (Chites), i, 46, 65 ; ii, 4. ChiPpour : see Sidhpur. Chittagong, i, 106 n. Chölavaram (Serro«aro«), i, 216. Chotä Nägpur, diamonds of, ii,
63 w. Choupart and Choupar : see
Chäkan, Sholäpur, and Chaprä. Christian converts, a King of
Ceylon, ii, 147; two sons of
Shäh Däniyäl, i, 270. Christians in the East, ii, 137;
Indian, at Madras, i, 216.
Christofle (a French soldier), i,
189. Cinnamon, bastard {candle), i,
187 ; ü, 12, 15. Clerc, Walter Clark, captain, (E.)
i, 143. Cloves, ii, 12, 14. Cobit : see Cubit. Cobra snake, ii, 121. Cochin, Dutch Governor of, i, 194 ;
King of, i, 193; siege of, i,
187-92 ; cinnamon, trade in, ii,
15 ; i, lv. Cochinchina, King of, ii, 147. Coco-de-mer, ii, 227 n. Coconut, coco, i, ISO ; palm, ii,
65 n. Cocos (or Keeling) Is., ii, 300. Coetchiel (Kuchhel ? ), t., i, 73. Coffee, ii, 20. Coins current in India, i, 11-12 ;
of Siam, ii, 227 ; value of, i,
327-31. Cointre (kundur ?), a drug, ii, 17. GoUasar : see Kolâras. Collision at sea, a, ii, 301. Coloured stones (precious), ii, 77 ff. Comets of 1618 and 1665, i, 309 n. Commercial company, establish­ment of a, in India, ii, 26-8. Comogote, in West Indies, ii, 89. Comorin, Cape, storm off, i, 165. Comouks (a Tartar tribe), i, lvii ;
ii, 301. Company for commerce, how to
establish a, ii, 26-8. Condecour (Kandukür), i, 213. Gondevir (Kondavidu), i, 212. Conduite dea Hollandois, cited, ii,
107 n. Confession, of crime, i, 234. Constant, the Sieur, (D.), i, xlvii;
ii, 254-67. Constantinople, i, 167. Contour, M., a French merchant,
ii, 13. Contraband trading by wives of
Dutch officials, ii, 38-9. Conversion of King of Macaesar
ii, 240. Conveyances in India, i, 32 ff. Copenour (Kopporam ï) t., i, 212.
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