Catalogue of the Archives of the Dutch Central Government of Coastal Ceylon, 1640-1796

Description of the Subordinate Components

   The Governor in Council.

   External affairs.

   Relations with Kandy.

Reports on embassies to Kandy.
See no. 3266 for a report by J. Cuyck van Mierop on his embassy to Kandy. 1685 December 16.
See no. 3257 for the oral report by Pieter van der Leeuw on his embassy to Kandy taken down by the secretary Zacharias Kakelaar. 1690 April 15.
3275
Ambassador: Abraham Emans.
1692 - 1693.
 
Papers missing. Damaged by damp.
3276
Ambassador: Gregorius da Costa. Copy.
1707 September .. .
 
Damaged by corrosion.
In the form of a diary.
3277
Diaries kept by Drs. A.V. Langenhoven, P.M. Cloppenburg and [Danielsz]. Copies.
1716 July 16, 1717 May 8, 1739 May 10.
3 documents.
The diaries are the reports of three Dutch doctors who attended on the Kandyan King. The last mentioned diary is similar to no. 3289.
3278
Ambassadors: P.C. de Patot and G. 't Lam with a translation of the Sinhalese report by Louis de Saram and Philip Philipsz.
1730 April 11.
 
Damaged by damp. Badly bound.
In the form of a diary.
3279
Ambassador: Johan Wilhelm Schnee, with a translation of a report by Louis de Saram and Philip Philipsz. Original.
1730 December 27 - 1731 March 5.
 
Damaged by corrosion.
3280
Copy of the translation by Louis de Saram and Philip Philipsz in no. 3279.
3281
Ambassador: captain Schnee.
1731 December 5 - 1732 March ..
 
Papers missing.
3282
Ambassadors: Daniel Agreen and H. Ladenius.
1733 April 17.
 
3283
Ambassadors: Daniel Agreen and Martin Weier.
1734 April 8.
 
See no. 3284.
3284
Ambassadors: Daniel Agreen and Martin Weier to governor Diederik van Domburg on the events during their stay at Sitavaka.
1734 April 11.
1 document.
This report was kept separately from no. 3283.
3285
Ambassador: [Jakob de Jong].
1736.
 
Damaged by corrosion.
3286
Ambassadors: the dessave of Colombo, Daniel Agreen and the "koopman" Arent van Broyel. Original.
1737 January 12.
 
3287
Copy of no. 3286.
Papers missing.
An English heading reads: "To be burnt vide O 718 a good copy kept - this is defect".
3288
Ambassador: the "fiscaal" of Jaffna Johan Christoph Klybert.
1739 January ..
 
Papers missing. Damaged by corrosion.
The report is in the form of a diary.
3289
Diary kept by [Dr. Danielsz] of his journey to Kandy to cure the King.
1739 May 10.
 
Papers missing.
Similar to the last mentioned in no. 3277. A note at the end reads: "Translated into English by W. Goonetilleke, Record Keeper, 19th August 1863".
3290
Ambassadors: Johan Christoph Klybert and Johannes van Sanden.
1739 July 8.
 
3291
Ambassadors: the "negotieboekhouder" Robertus Cramer and the lieutenant Casper Styger.
1739 November 24.
 
The purpose of the embassy was to compliment the new King.
3292
Ambassador: the "negotieboekhouder" Ras Macquet. Part of a volume only.
1740 March.
 
Damaged by corrosion. Papers missing.
The report is in the form of a diary.
3293
Ambassadors: Elbert Clermont and Johannes Engelbert.
1740 October 31.
 
3294
Ambassadors: [Boon and Warnar Berghuys].
1741.
 
Damaged.
The report is in the form of a diary. These ambassadors were appointed at the meeting of the Council on 1741 February 17, no. 80 to compliment the King on his new title of Emperor.
3295
Ambassadors: the "negotieboekhouder" Richard van Minnen and the "ontvanger van den arreek" Harmanus van Bern.
1742 April 2.
 
3296
Ambassadors: the first military captain Ferdinand Anthon Scholts and the "onderkoopman" and "fiscaal" of Galle Jacob Bouman.
1744 February 26.
 
3297
Ambassador: the "opziender der Mahabadde", Huybert Hoogerwaard.
1745 April 9.
 
3298
Ambassador: the "negotieboekhouder" of Colombo, Richard van Minnen.
1746 January 19 - April 6.
 
3299
Ambassador: the "koopman" and secretary Marcellus Bles.
1747 April 8.
 
3300
Ambassador: the "winkelier" Gustaaf Lodewijk van Liebeherr.
1747 September 16.
 
Damaged.
3301
Ambassador: "kapitein" Jan Bauert.
1747 December 7.
 
3302
Ambassador: the "onderkoopman" Jacob van Zoelen.
1748 January 16.
 
Damaged by corrosion.
3303
Ambassador: the "onderkoopman" Pieter Spiering.Original.
1748 April 11.
 
3304
Copy of no. 3303.
3305
Ambassadors : the "opperkoopman" Ferdinand Anthon, graaf van Ranzow, "kapitein" Jacob Hinderman and the "onderkoopman" Huybert Hoogerwaard.
1749 February 11.
 
3306
Ambassador: the "onderkoopman" and "soldy-overdrager" Hendrik van der Hoff.
1749 April 9.
 
3307
Ambassador : the "onderkoopman" Jan Godfriet Pape.
1750 March 19.
 
3308
Ambassador: "kapitein" Arnoldus van Sprang.
1750 April 14.
 
3309
Ambassador: "kapitein" Jacob van Berchem. n.b. The report is in the form of a diary.
1750 December - 1751 January.
 
Damaged.
The report is in the form of a diary.
3310
Ambassador: "kapitein" Arnoldus van Sprang.
1751 April 17.
 
3311
Ambassadors: "hoofdadministrateur" Noël Anthony Lebeck, secretary Marcellus Bles and lieutenant Godried Leonard de Coste.
1755 April 11.
 
3312
Ambassador: "kapitein" Frans van Dohren.
1756 June 13.
 
3313
Ambassadors: the dessave Robertus Cramer and "koopman" Anthony Diederig.
1758 February 23.
 
The same person as A. Diederich.
3314
Ambassador: the "koopman" and lieutenant dessave Anthony Diederig. With annexes.
1759 March 18.
 
3315
Ambassadors: the dessave G. L. de Coste and the "eerste palkhuismeester" P. L. Schmidt.
1766 March 30.
 
Badly bound.
The report is in the form of a diary.
3316
Ambassadors: the dessave Cornelis de Cock and "eerste pakhuismeester" Johannes Reintous.
1785 April 6.
 
3317
Ambassador: J. Vollenhoven.
1790 March 24.