Cheribon


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Cheribon

(ˈtʃɪərəˌbɒn)
n
(Placename) a former spelling of Cirebon
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PETITE IAVE's northern coast bears the names of actual Javanese ports and towns visited by Portuguese navigators:palinbam (Palembang), Conda (Sunda), Agalomny (?), Chanbab (?), Capare (Jeparit), Agacin (Gresik), Cherebane (Cheribon) and Sugramaie (Surabaya).
He then sailed over to Java and landed the eleven sick survivors of the 117 soldiers at the minor port of Cheribon. He discharged the first mate after a quarrel because the latter had not been allowed to succeed to the command of the Olivia.
(80) 'Beknopt politiek-politioneel verslag van de regentschappen Bandoeng, Garoet, Tasikmalaja, Tjiamis, Soemedang, Cheribon, Koeningan, Indramajoe, Madjalengka, Poerwakarta en Soekaboemi over de maanden November en December 1947 (eigen berichtgeving)', APG, no.
See also 'Beknopt politiek-politioneel verslag van de Regentschappen Bandoeng, Garoet, Tasikmalaja, Tjiamis, Soemedang, Cheribon, Koeningan, Indramajoe, Madjalengka, Poerwakarta en Soekaboemi, over de maand Februari 1948', APG, no.
Whilst journeying through Java in May 1808, Daendels drew up a plan to construct a road between Buitenzorg and Karangsemboeng (in Cheribon).
The roads in the Preanger Regencies, for example, had to cross the slopes of the Goenoeng (mountain) Megamendoeng and the Goenoeng Masigit (between Tjiandjoer and Bandoeng); in Cheribon there was the swampy area to be negotiated.
Their destination was the Dutch colony of Tjibodas, located at the foot of the volcano Tjarema, south of Cheribon in West Java.
The figures are from 'Gegevens nopens her in de residentie Cheribon, afdeeling Indramajoe, gelegen particulier land Indramajoe-West, ter beoordeeling van de koopwaarde en de rentegevenheid van dit landgoed by de terugbrenging daarvan tot her Staatsdomein', enclosure, MR 1910, no.
The role of Chinese traders in collecting rice in Indramayu Regency is reflected in the reports of the inquiries into the so-called 'diminishing welfare' of indigenous population in lava during 1903-05; Onderzoek naar de Mindere Welvaart der Inlandsche Bevolking op lava en Madoera (hereafter OMW), Overzicht van de Uitkomsten der Gewestelijke Onderzoekingen naar de Economie van de Desa in de Residentie Cheribon (Buitenzorg, 1907), pp.
He somehow manages to 'translate' Canal de Sonda, Rotz's canal de onda (Sunda Strait, between Java and Sumatra) as 'narrow sea ford'; Aguada dillim, Rotz's aguada dolbim (water supply source of Albim ) as 'waterway leading to inland sea'; chumbao, Rotz's chbao (Tjeribon or Cheribon, now spelled Cirebon), as 'lead', as though it were the Portuguese word chumbo; Agarsim, Rotz's agarim (the Javanese city now spelled Gresik, preceded by a, apparently the Portuguese feminine definite article) as 'yes indeed water is here', presumably assuming that the first two syllables are a misspelling of agua (water), followed by the Portuguese sim (yes).
Stevens, 'Cheribon at the beginning of the nineteenth century: An analysis of reactions from a Javanese sultanate to the economic and political penetration of the colonial regime between 1797 and 1816', in Papers of the Dutch-Indonesian historical conference held at Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 19-22 May 1976 (Leiden and Jakarta: Bureau of Indonesian Studies, 1978), pp.
(26) Total population of the two domains amounted to 46,248 in 1828, which rose to 60,978 in 1840 and to 111,584 in 1880; 'Statistiek van Cheribon 1835-1857', Nationaal Archief, The Hague (hereafter, NA) aanwinsten 1963, no.