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by Abbé de Choisy,Michael Smithies

eBook Journal of a Voyage to Siam 1685-1686 (Oxford in Asia Hardback Reprints) download ISBN: 9676530263
Author: Abbé de Choisy,Michael Smithies
Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 10, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 332
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Published 1993 by Oxford University Press in Kuala Lumpur, New York.

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Choisy, Abbé François-Timoléon de, Journal of a Voyage to Siam 1685–1686, translated and introduced by Michael, Smithies (Kuala Lumpur, 1993). Cruysse, Dirk Van der, Louis XIVet le Siam (Paris, 1991). Forbin, Count Claude de, Memoir. 2 vols (London, 1731). Hutchinson, E. 1688 Revolution in Siam: The Memoir of Father de Béze, . Jacq-Hergoualc'h, Michel,, Etude historique et critique du Journal du Voyage de Siam de Claude Céberet, Envoyé extraordinaire du Roi en 1687 et 1688 (Paris, 1992).

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The embassy set out for France in 1686, accompanying the return of the 1685 French embassy to Siam of Chevalier de. .Asia in the Making of Europe. Smithies, Michael (1999), A Siamese embassy lost in Africa 1686, Silkworm Books, Bangkok, ISBN 974-7105-9.

The embassy set out for France in 1686, accompanying the return of the 1685 French embassy to Siam of Chevalier de Chaumont and François-Timoléon de Choisy on two French ships. The embassy was bringing a proposal for an eternal alliance between France and Siam. It remained in France from June 1686 to March 1687. Kosa Pan was accompanied by two other Siamese ambassadors, Ok-luang Kanlaya Ratchamaitri and Ok-khun Si Wisan Wacha, and by the Jesuit Father Guy Tachard.

CHOISY, François-Timoléon (Abbé de) 1687-Journal du voyage de Siam fait en 1685 et 1686, Paris, Mabre-Cramoisy. 1993-Journal of a Voyage to Siam 1685-1686, trad, et éd. par Michael Smithies, Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press. 1995-Journal du Voyage de Siam, présenté et annoté par Dirk Van der Cruysse, Paris, Fayard. Relation de ce qui est arrivé dans le Royaume de Siam en 1688.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. First published in 1875, this is the first part of a volume which also includes travels in China. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. This volume describes John Thomson's travels in Malaya-from Penang to Singapore-Siam.

Indië JAS Journal of Asian Studies JSEAS Journal of Southeast Asian Studies JSS Journal of the Siam Society RK.A Voyage to Cochinchina in the Years 1792 and 1793. translated by Micheal Smithies. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1997.

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This lively account of the 1685-1686 French mission to Siam, which aimed to convert King Narai to Catholicism, examines Abbe de Choisy's travels and experiences. Choisy's account of the embassy in Siam, in the form of a daily journal addressed to a friend, is an acknowledged classic of French travel writing. The original text of Choisy's journal is beautifully translated by Michael Smithies who provides a comprehensive introduction, placing Choisy and his account in its historical context.