By C. R. Boxer
First released in 1930. 'The Broadway travelers consolidates its already excessive recognition by means of issuing this volume...' SpectatorThis is the 1st translation of the Commentarios considering the fact that unique book in 1647. Copies of the unique are very infrequent but the paintings covers an traditionally major interval, describing the operations best as much as the trap from the Portuguese of Ormuz, within the Persian Gulf, through an Anglo-Persian strength. Of value within the heritage of the increase of the Indian Empire, this is often the 1st published account of the Portuguese model of the affair.The appendices comprise many formerly unpublished Portuguese files, an important of that's the total magazine of Edward Monnox, who was once current in the course of the operations.
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Chaul PREFACE THE Commentarios do Grande Capitão Ruy Freyre de Andrade, published at Lisbon in 1647 by Paulo Craesbeeck, has never (so far as I know) been translated into any language, nor has it had a subsequent edition in Portugal. Copies of the original edition are extremely rare, and the work is less known than many manuscripts. The book deals with a period singularly to English readers as it describes at length the operations leading up to the capture from the Portuguese of the celebrated city and island of Ormuz, in the Persian Gulf, by an Anglo-Persian force.
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BOXER. "—CURZON, Persia and the Persian . THIS sweeping, if eloquent, is often quoted by writers on the of the Persian Gulf as a summing-up of the reasons for the expulsion of the Portuguese therefrom. It would be idle to deny that it contains a considerable amount of truth, yet it does our Lusitanian predecessors but scant , and makes no allowance for the spirit of their age, or for the difficult positions in which they often found themselves. It is not unusual to taunt the Portuguese with a complete lack of genius for colonization, but this is only another way of saying that their methods are radically different from our own.