The Dutch East India Company's Tea Trade with China: 1757 - 1781
This case study of the tea trade of the Dutch East India Company with China deals with the most profitable phase of the Dutch Company's China trade, focusing on the question why and how the tea trade was taken out of the hands of the High Government in Batavia and put under the supervision of the newly established China Committee in 1757. Various factors which contributed to the phenomenal rise of this trade and its sudden decline are dealt with in detail. Filling in lacunae left open by previous research and this monograph contributes to a more comprehensive understanding of the VOC trade with Asia.
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CHAPTER ONE THE CHINA COMMITTEE AND ITS MANAGEMENT OF THE CHINA TRADE
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CHAPTER TWO BATAVIAS ROLE IN THE DIRECT CHINA TRADE
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CHAPTER THREE THE PURCHASE OF THE VOC TEAS IN CANTON
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______________________________________________________________________________________ Assortment above-mentioned merchants Amsterdam Chamber Ankay Appendix auctions Bangka tin Banten Batavia black tea Bocca Tigris Bohea Boudaan Braam Captain cargoes Casparus Ribaut Chetqua China Committee China ships China trade Chinese junks cloves Co-hong Company’s Congou Cornelis Daily record Delft delivery date delivery place direct China trade Dutch factory receivers Dutch Republic Dutch supercargoes eighteenth century English supercargoes Enkhuizen feet Gentlemen Seventeen gold guilders Gunpowder tea Hendrik High Government Hong merchants Hoorn Hoppo Hyson skin Imperial tea Inksja instructions Jacobus Johannes laken Macao Malacca mandarins merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________ merchandise Volumes Destination Mexicanen Monqua mother-of-cloves NA NFC November October Palembang Pekoe pepper Petrus Hamer picul Pieter Bos Poan Keequa polemieten purchase rattan return ballast Bangka Rotterdam sent September sold Songlo Souchong stivers/pound supercargoes taels tea trade tea-supplying agents Thomas Holman Tinqua Trade Council trade with China Tsja Hunqua Tsjoqua Tsongtu Twankay unknown VOC teas warehouse Zeeland Chamber