Sunday, October 6, 2013


In 1612, James I instructed Sir Thomas Roe to visit the Mughal Emperor Nuruddin Salim Jahangir (r. 1605 – 1627) to arrange for a commercial treaty that would give the Company exclusive rights to reside and build factories in Surat and other areas. In return, the Company offered to provide the Emperor with goods and rarities from the European market. This mission was highly successful as Jahangir sent a letter to James through Sir Thomas Roe:[9]
"Upon which assurance of your royal love I have given my general command to all the kingdoms and ports of my dominions to receive all the merchants of the English nation as the subjects of my friend; that in what place soever they choose to live, they may have free liberty without any restraint; and at what port soever they shall arrive, that neither Portugal nor any other shall dare to molest their quiet; and in what city soever they shall have residence, I have commanded all my governors and captains to give them freedom answerable to their own desires; to sell, buy, and to transport into their country at their pleasure.
For confirmation of our love and friendship, I desire your Majesty to command your merchants to bring in their ships of all sorts of rarities and rich goods fit for my palace; and that you be pleased to send me your royal letters by every opportunity, that I may rejoice in your health and prosperous affairs; that our friendship may be interchanged and eternal"
—Nuruddin Salim Jahangir, Letter to James I.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013


The first Catholic missionaries who came to Siam were probably the chaplains of Portuguese ships in the 16th century sent to Ayutthaya bringing the officers of Portugal to enter into relations with Siam. There are no documents to confirm this hypothesis. There is a written history prepared by foreigners stating that in 1544, Antonio de Paiva, a Portuguese, had traveled to Ayutthaya in the time of Phra Jairaja and had been given an audience and had conversation about religion with the King. The King was converted and baptized, being given the Portuguese name of Dom Joâo. There is no evidence to confirm this claim. The first missionary who mentioned Siam in writings about his missionary task was St. Francis Xavier himself. He mentioned Siam in his four letters written from Sancian, although his real purpose was to go to China. However, St. Francis Xavier did not go either to China or to Siam because he died on December 3, 1552. .

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The last period of 16th century


Although Twice of the reign before this incident had taken place, Windfall Profit taxation at Pattani, Siam, laid down in coma from the poison of the king. Samurai leader Yamada Fuguyama and moans with bleeding heart in i630 and the only leading of the Yamadas had been no one but MarieThonya de Guima who was at service in the royal pantry’s palace had created a lot of disert for That’s tradition by using the Portugeese recepeiesThao Thong Kipma Marie- Tonya de Guimar will live in the early stages. Difficult. Husband was executed. Love of many lives. Was sent to be a to palace as pantry chef... But with the ability to cope up. And charming character. With leniency. End her life so happy and honored as it should be. Thao Thong Keeb, the queen of sweets Ma lived up to her expectation until the fourth reign after King Narai that had been King since 1629-1688 Sra.Ferdinand Magellan (Portuguese): This Portuguese explorer worked for the Spanish trying to find a western route around the Americas to Asia.
St. Francis Xavier (1506-1552), born of a noble Spanish family, Jesuit missionary and confessor, "Phaulcon had long thought," says the Père d'Orléans, "of bringing to Siam Jesuits who, like those in China, might introduce the Gospel at court through the mathematical sciences, especially astronomy. Six Jesuits having profited by so good an occasion as that of the embassy of the Chevalier de Chaumont to stop in Siam on their way to China, M. Constance upon[Pg 50] seeing them begged that some might be sent to him from France; and for this especial object Father Tachard, one of the six, was requested to return to Europe." This was really the first step in Phaulcon's Apostle to the Far East and special patron saint of the Missions.

The biography of St. Francis Xavier by Daurignac reprints a section of a letter he wrote to Dom John III, King of Portugal St. Francis Xavier wrote to the King, giving him this warning: It is not enough to send orders; it is necessary to punish those who disobey you, because a command unaccompanied by punishment of those who flout it is a futile thing without value. It will not stand before God as the accomplishment of your duty.

He told him: You, the King, have the obligation to punish those who violate your orders to uphold and spread the Faith as strongly as you punished those who did not pay their taxes to the Crown. If you punished them for the taxes and not for religion, it means that you consider taxes more valuable than the Catholic Faith.Father Tachard, having received from the king and his minister the necessary orders, left his companions under the direction of M. Constance, and quitted Siam, accompanied by the envoys-extraordinary of the king, at the beginning of the year 1686. He reached Brest in the month of July in the same year. "Never was negotiation more successful. Occupied as was the king in waging war with the greater part of Europe, leagued against him by the Protestant party, he made no delay in equipping vessels to convey to the king of Siam the guards which he had requested." 16th Century. "

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Visited Royal Family


Chao Prasat Thong. When his father passed away. Lord Vishnu with R (Sri Su Thammaracha) compete for the throne from his brother (Fa Chai) and later took power. Sri Su Thammaracha. He then established. "Crowned" the king.
The reign of King Narai. Held that the ultimate glory of Ayudhya. His contacts with foreigners. But the result of the policy of his desperate and that he respect unto the Christian religion. The nobles and clergy Thailand feelings against foreigners. When he fell sick. Appointed to the King Competition grounds. Also did not yield the throne to anyone. Whether it was his brother. Adopted son or daughter of God. Competition is the king seized power. The year (the adopted son) was assassinated.

Constantine Phaulkon's Trophy




Lotus flower in the shallow pond has made corresponding of unthinkable thought along with the logical conclusion. Among the perpetual congnitive behavior, still there are some lotuses, these stamen were analysed one by one with conscientious observation. Consisting of the ovary, stigma and style, like any young tree in the strom can’t stand up against the wind. Had it happened now, that, the pollination occurred in the rainy day while the blubs presenting digniy and pride.First the mother superior dreamt about the galaxy, An enculturation of planet enrooted the Uranus’ axis, it was Jupitor himself had made this exit.

Thao Thong Kip Ma was born in Ayutthaya real name is dame, Marie De Guimar or some books called Ursula Yamada, Family Yamada was the Puritan Christianity Ignace, Martin her grandmother , said was a niece of St. Francis Xavier . Was baptized and given the name of religion . As of the year 2135. The Christians were punished . She was captured and stuffed into sacks boat at Nagasaki . The First time to deportation to Hoi An in Vietnam , because there are a lot of Christians . Then came and settled at Ayutthaya. It is a nice country, and do not have any discrimination of religions Constantine Phaulkon She’s A young woman who has a habit of completely honest and strict Catholicism . Although the story of her mother who was accused by the British bishops as women who to behave not quiet decent . Dating men like Although married living in refugee camps. Her Father, Yamada . was the European.. However she was married at the age of only 16 years, with Constantine 's Falcon , the Greek in the land of King Na Rai . Before marrying Falcons . He had a wife and several children . But sent he had send them away.. Although she has feuds with the Falcon . But also balancing love and had two child together , including George Fal Con was born in the year 2227 , and Juan Fal con passed away on Year later.In 1688 the late reign of King Narai. Pra Petracha appointed Defence governor. While sitting in the Lopburi, He send Praya Surasak his brother's son and captured Wichayen ,later executed him.

Fernão Merzedes Pinto (Portuguese pronunciation: [fɨɾˈnɐ̃w̃ ˈmẽdɨʃ ˈpĩtu]; c.1509 – 8 July 1583) was a Portuguese explorer and writer. His exploits are known through the posthumous publication of his memoir Pilgrimage (Portuguese: Peregrinação) in 1614, an autobiographical work whose truthfulness is nearly impossible to assess. In the course of his travels in the Middle and Far East, Pinto visited Ethiopia, the Arabian Sea, China (where he claimed to have been a forced laborer on the Great Wall), India and Japan. He claimed to have been among the first group of Europeans to visit Japan and initiate the Nanban trade period. He also claimed to have introduced the gun there in 1543. It is known that he funded the first Christian church in Japan, after befriending a Catholic missionary and founding member of the Society of Jesus later known as St Francis Xavier. At one time Pinto himself was a Jesuit, though he later left the order. Pilgrimage shows Pinto as sharply critical of Portuguese colonialism in the Far East[1] The vivid tales of his wanderings over twenty years – he wrote, for example, that he was "thirteen times made captive and seventeen times sold" – were so unusual that they were mostly not believed. They gave rise to the saying "Fernão, Mentes? Minto!", a Portuguese pun on his name meaning "Fernão, do you lie? Yes, I lie!".[2] Patani voyage[edit] Following Pinto's mission to Sumatra, he was sent to Patani, on the eastern shore of the Malay peninsula. In a joint venture with Patani-based countrymen, Pinto travelled with a shipload of merchandise to the coast of Siam (modern-day Thailand), but they were attacked by a pirate, who stole their goods. Sailing in search of the pirate, they essentially become pirates themselves, under command of António de Faria. Faria's exploits led him to become a popular figure in Portuguese literature. Pinto continued in this role for months, operating in the South China Sea, especially in the Gulf of Tonkin (between Indochina and Hainan). Siam[edit] Using borrowed money, Pinto bought passage to Siam, now known as Thailand. Pinto then describes how not long after his arrival the King of Siam requested Portuguese residents to enlist to quell a revolt in the Northern boundaries. The King was subsequently poisoned by the Queen, who also murdered the young heir to the throne, and placed her lover in the boy's place. The new King was then murdered, and unrest ensued provoking the King of Burma to lay siege to Ayuthia the capital of Siam. The description of these events in Burmese and Thai history, whether they were actually witnessed firsthand by Pinto, represents the most detailed account of these events that can be found in all of recorded Western history. Return voyage[edit] Pinto returned to Portugal on 22 September 1558 after an uneventful voyage. He was already famous in Western Europe as the author of a letter that had been published by the Society of Jesus in 1555. From 1562–1566 he spent four and a half years in court hoping to receive a reward or compensation for his years of service to the Crown.
Determinated of the King Na-Rai in Lopburi, the survival officials had invited the new king ascended the throne. Thailand 's army is still fighting with the French later. France was seized in the fort for two months to get the supplies they asked cesfired with the army of Thai force. Quote as saying, I do not think it will hurt Thailand's, only desire to return to the country of France.This project insulted my intellegence That's all I can read from... The Project Gutenberg EBook of Siam, by George B. Bacon This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project However there was a man of this oiriginal diary before The jessuit gat their hand on his drafted memmoir he said he was a lier. Here's Ferdinand ambitous Predo..And was sent to the French occupied southern vincinity at Nakorn Sri Thammarat,With french soldiers stationed there at the port, that is Fort Ma-rid, The Windfall profit taxation presented first time.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Shylock: To bait fish withal: if it will feed nothing else, it will feed my revenge. He hath disgraced me, and hindered me half a million; laughed at my losses, mocked at my gains, scorned my nation, thwarted my bargains, cooled my friends, heated mine enemies; and what's his reason? I am a Jew

Venice over yonder

By my truth, Nerissa, my little body is a weary of
this great world. If to do were as easy as to know what were good to
do, chapels had been churches and poor men's. I pray thee, over-name them; and as thou namest
them, I will describe them; and, according to my God. Ay, that's a colt indeed, for he doth nothing but
talk of his horse; and he makes it a great deal. He doth nothing but frown, as who should say 'If
the other side of the coin. By God made him, and therefore let him pass for a man.
You know I say nothing to him, for he understands
not me, nor I him: he hath neither Latin, French,that he hath a neighbourly charity in him, for he
borrowed a box of the ear of the Englishman and very vilely in the morning, when he is sober, and
most vilely in the afternoon, when he is drunk: when. Therefore, for fear of the worst, I pray thee, set a
deep glass of rhenish wine on the contrary caske. If I live to be as old as Sibylla, I will die as
chaste as Diana, unless I be obtained by the manner...Yes, yes, it was Bassanio; as I think, he was so called. I remember him well, and I remember him worthy of
If I could bid the fifth welcome with so good a
heart as I can bid the other four farewell, I should do.
In terms of choice I am not solely led
By nice direction of a maiden's eyes;You must take your chance, Narai First, forward to the temple: after dinner
Your hazard shall be made. Go draw aside the curtains and discover
The several caskets to this noble prince If you choose that, then I am yours withal.There, take it, prince; and if my form lie there,
Then I am yours. A gentle riddance. Draw the curtains, go.
Let all of his complexion choose me so.Queen's mom. If you choose that wherein I am contain'd,...
To these injunctions every one doth swear
That comes to hazard for my worthless self. Too long a pause for that which you find there. To offend, and judge, are distinct offices
And of opposed natures. Thus hath the candle singed the moth.
O, these deliberate fools! when they do choose. Come, draw the curtain, Nerissa. treasure What would my lord?

Monday, August 12, 2013

My ashes were there..


Sri Prachya in Crime of passion...Spirit, present the spirit of fairy tale
by life itself. dB : Decibel. A term that express
the ratio power levels
used to indicaste gains or losses in
a system. dB, a power ratio that indicates a less than a gain. To live the fugitive life,
it’s a new doctrine what so ever,
Solely for the value of lives on earth by thyself.
Even though the noise density ratio :
error is less than one/a million it is
obviously not the accident goto: : Source; ..Here I sat in death skid row as this beheaded ass I touch onto the ground of witness; I'm not afraid to die ,..Crime of passion..here you are wheather, it was my unfortunate crime of passion, I have faith and the innocence fact. The unjust will retrived truth for me. Then this excecution sword will return to thee. Nevertheless
You see me, Lord Bassanio, where I stand,
Such as I am: though for myself alone> Pay him six thousand, and deface the bond;O love, dispatch all business, and be gone! I thank you for your wish, and am well pleased
To wish it back on you: fare you well Jessica.
Come on, Nerissa; I have work in hand
That you yet know not of: we'll see our husbandsThey shall, Nerissa; but in such a habit,
That they shall think we are accomplished. File, what a question's that,
If thou wert near a lewd interpreter! I am informed thoroughly of the cause.
Which is the merchant here, and which the Jew? Of a strange nature is the suit you follow;
Do you confess the bond?Is he not able to discharge the money? It must not be; there is no power in I pray you, let me look upon the bond. Shylock, there's thrice thy money offer'd thee.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

.....................Mistress of Passion

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Shylock: If a Jew wrong a Christian, what is his humility? Revenge. If a Christian wrong a Jew, what should his sufferance be by Christian example? Why, revenge. The villany you teach me, I will execute, and it shall go hard but I will better the instruction. Share this Bassanio: So may the outward shows be least themselves: The world is still deceived with ornament. Share this Bassanio: Thy paleness moves me more than eloquence; And here choose I; joy be the consequence! Share this Antonio: Say how I loved you, speak me fair in death; And, when the tale is told, bid her be judge Whether Bassanio had not once a love. Share this Antonio: Repent but you that you shall lose your friend, And he repents not that he Portia: But, say, it is my humour: is it answer'd? What if my house be troubled with a rat And I be pleased to give ten thousand ducats To have it baned? What, are you answer'd yet? Some men there are love not a gaping pig; Some, that are mad if they behold a cat; And others, when the bagpipe sings i' the nose, Cannot contain their urine: for affection, 50 Mistress of passion, sways it to the mood Of what it likes or loathes. Now, for your answer: As there is no firm reason to be render'd, Why he cannot abide a gaping pig; Why he, a harmless necessary cat; Why he, a woollen bagpipe; but of force Must yield to such inevitable shame

Friday, August 9, 2013

"Portia " From The merchant of Venice - William Shakespeare


From The Works of William Shakespeare
In the elements which compose the character of Portia, Shakspeare anticipated, but without intention, the intellect of those modern women who can wield so gracefully many of the tools which have been hitherto monopolized by men. But the same genius which endowed her with a large and keen intelligence derived it from her sex, and, for the sake of it, he did not sacrifice one trait of her essential womanliness. This commands our attention very strongly; for it is the clue which we must start with.

She is still a woman to the core of her beauty-loving heart. Coming home from the great scene in Venice, where she baffles Shylock, and swamps with sudden justice the scales that were so eager for the bonded flesh, she loiters in the moonlight, marks the music which is floating from her palace to be caressed by the night and made sweeter than by day. Her listening ear is modulated by all the tenderness she feels and the love she expects; so she gives the music the color of a soul that has come home to wife and motherhood, till her thoughts put such a strain upon the vibrating strings that they grow too tense, and threaten to divulge her delicate secret....

Portia has the strong sense to expect that the majority of her noble admirers will be taken by appearance. She is not quite sure, but has an instinct, that these gentlemen who are after her are also after her pretty property of Belmont, and will be likely to choose the metals responsive to this temper. Bassanio frankly acknowledges to a friend that he would like to repair his broken fortunes; but Shakspeare shows him to be a lover before he gives this mercenary hint; and he has reason to surmise that Portia loves him.

This unspoken mutuality dignifies his quest; as if Shakspeare himself would not admit the charge that he is a fortune-hunter. And it is noticeable how little consequence we attach to Bassanio's character. We do not care to see him in any action, or to have him show a worthiness to be Portia's lover. He is but the lay-figure of her love: there is so much of her that there must be a great deal of him, and he may be spared the trouble of appearing at full length. And we never suspect her of belonging to that tribe of bright women who, either from instinct or calculation, marry good-natured, well-mannered numskulls, and never have reason to sue for a divorce. Shakspeare ennobles Bassanio when the divining soul sees through the leaden lid.

But what if one of the other suitors should also have a noble heart whose pulses feed discernment, one as fine and unconventional as herself! There is just hazard enough to affront her cherishing of the absent Bassanio. She does not relish the moment when her heart, richer than the princes know of, goes into the lottery.

However, when her father made his will, it doubtless occurred to her that his choice of metals came from a life's experience of the calibre of the average man, and was meant affectionately to protect her till the true gentleman should come.


As Nerissa says, "Your father was ever virtuous; and holy men, at their death, have good inspirations; therefore, the lottery that he hath devised in these three chests, of gold, silver, and lead (whereof who chooses his meaning chooses you) will, no doubt, never be chosen by any rightly but one whom you shall rightly love." Fortunate is the man who wins a wife because he chooses Heaven's meaning in a woman! Luckless the wife who is not chosen by some implied Heaven in a man!...

An ordinary woman might have enmeshed him in a cocoon of delicate coquetries: any woman dead in love, and a little less than strict to an oath, would have managed in some way to provoke that lead casket into twinkling a hint to him. But she is too honest for either. A woman with a soul as tender as it is firm, here she stands dismayed as Destiny is about to rattle its dice upon her heart: happiness, and a future worthy of her, all at stake.

For though her mental resources might compete with any fate, she is all woman, made to be a wife, and without wifehood to feel herself at one essential point impaired, — all the more defrauded because so well endowed. How she clings for support to the few moments that yet stand before his choice! She wishes there were more of them to stay her. . . .

Now Bassanio, who lives upon the rack, denies her plea for delay: "Let me to my fortune and the caskets." How profoundly she surmises that music might lull the watching Fate, so that he could pass to his Eurydice! She bids the music play: —
" As are those dulcet sounds in break of day, That creep into the dreaming bridegroom's eari And summon him to marriage."
Bassanio must be attempered to his choice; the song's key must have an instinct for the proper casket's key. Unconsciously she breaks her oath; for what benign influence selected the song that is now sung? Some star, whose tenant was her father? Or was it Nerissa's doing, who determined to convey a hint to the lover? Or did Gratiano hit upon it, who had got from Nerissa a promise of her love if the choice went to suit her? A hint, indeed! It is the very breadth of broadness, and a lover is not dull. . . .

When Portia's heart unties the spasm of joy that tightened round it at Bassanio's choice, it beats again with the grave and sweet dignity that is as native to her as her playful wit. Her mind recognizes the serious change that must befall her fortune: in the first moment of it there comes a deep humility that makes her speech kneel at the feet of the man whom she will marry. For her great superiority is free from the taint of conceit, save "a noble and a true conceit of godlike amity." ...

So Portia, who could, when it was needed, "turn two mincing steps into a manly stride," doffs the lawyer's robe, and, returning, is met by music and conducted to a palace that was not till then a home.
Weiss: Wit, Humor, and Shakespeare.

Monday, July 29, 2013

.....Windfall tax



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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Lamps lighted streets and the pine trees.



 

 Lamps lighted streets and the pine trees.on the night out,here we've found another beings amongst us as well. "Moscow"I called out for some sort of red square in the other continental devides.