The Travels and Controversies of Friar Domingo Navarrete, 1618-1686 - Vol. 2

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INDEX
The abbreviation N. refers to Navarrete throughout. Volume II begins on page 165.
abaca (musa textilis), in Philippines, 81
Abdul Hasan Qutb Shāh, 330 n
'Abdullah Qutb Shāh, King of Golconda, 330; his palace, his concubines, 314; fears assassination, 313 n; and the Macara affair, 324; intervenes in bishopric dispute, 303; defends friar from Inquisition, 302 n; sends an embassy to Macassar, 114
Acapulco, Mexico, N. in, xxi, 32, 38- 44; is expensive, 32n, 38-9, 43; disastrous fire in, 40-1; its port praised, 38; Pallu in, 432
Acosta, José de, SJ, lxxviii, 15, 30
Afonso VI, King of Portugal, 265, 294 n
agriculture, in Philippines, 56, 95-8; in China, praised, 56, 78; methods, 159-60; in Santo Domingo, neglected, 408
Aigle d'Or, French East Indiaman, N. sails in, xxv, xxvi, 339 n; her crew lost, 364 n
Ajonjoli, 196
Albier, Pierre, SJ, 427-8, 431 Alexander VII, Pope, decrees of, 124, 371
alligators, in Philippines, 64-5
Almeida, João Ferreira de, 282-3
Almonte, Pedro de, Colonel, 62, 101
Altieri, Paluzzo, Cardinal, 332, 374
Ambanvela Rale, chief in Ceylon, 292
Amboina Dutch in, 385-6 ananas, in Mexico, and Malacca, 96 ancestor-veneration, missionaries accused of neglecting, 247
Angeles, Juan de los, OP, 373, 423 n
Angelis, Michael de, see Anjos, Manoel dos
Angkor, N.'s report to Madrid, 382-3
Anjos, Manoel dos, historian, 212 n, 77, 154, 266, 268, 273, 301
Anjos, Miguel dos, Vicar-General of Macao, 255, 273
Apanguiel, friary in, 50
Armenians, term defined, 325 n
Arnauld, Antoine, learns Spanish, cx art, Christian, shocks Chinese, 162 n
Ascension Island, post-office at, 360
Asians, are not barbarians, 147-8; shocked by European Catholics, 268 atheism, coconuts an antidote for, 98 n
Atlantic, sailing times, 19 n
Augeri, Humbert, SJ, lxxviii, c, 199, 205, 206, 258
Augustinians, find nature cures, 25; Recollects in Philippines, 75
Aurangzīb, Mogul Emperor, imprisons father, 329 autobiography, rare in Spanish, xxviii xc, ciii
Aveiro, Duke of, Inquisitor-General, 369, 371
Aveiro y Arcos, Duchess of, meets N., 340
Ayala, Lorenzo de, 62
Azevedo, Manuel de, SJ, 113
Azua, in Santo Domingo, 406
Badajoz, 255
baguio, 43, 380
Bahādur Shāh, 329 n
baiócco, value of, 198 n
Balaian (Balayan), 90
Balat, Jean, SJ, see Valat
Baldeschi Colonna, Federico, xxvi, 371
Balladares, Captain, death of, 23-4
banyan, term defined, 307 n
bara (vara), term defined, 333 n
barbarians, Asians are not, 235;

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