|ShipVoyage||On 20 January 1682 the Coevorden departed Ceylon enroute to (Cape Town), de Caep de Goede Hoop, where it docked on 2 April 1682. On board was the politically significant banished person Anthoin Nillam van Galle.3|
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Name of ship COEVORDEN
Type of ship
Date of departure 20-01-1682
Place of departure Ceylon
Arrival at Cape 02-04-1682
Departure from Cape 28-04-1682
Date of arrival at destination 29-08-1682
Place of arrival
Chamber for which cargo is destined Amsterdam (397,164)
Particulars Via Malabar.
Previous outward voyage 1301.1
On Board I II III
Soldiers 35. Hereinafter cited as "Dutch East India Company Shipping."
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