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Treacherous trick to entrap Vasco da Gama The Castilian warns him not to complain Badly treated Carried from place to place a prisoner Sends on board for merchandise Still kept a prisoner Orders his brother to set sail for Spain Nicolas Coelho refuses to desert him He again sends, ordering the hostages to be set free The King learns the treachery of the Moors and makes amends to Vasco da Gama The Moors threatened with vengeance The ships sail for Cananor The King sends provisions and invites the captains to land Nicolas Coelho sent with presents The King has a pier and pavilion built, extending into the sea The Captains visit him in great state Davane leaves them Sail and anchor in a harbour of the islands of Angediva Native vessels Friendly fishermen Plot of a pilot to destroy the Portuguese A Jew Admiral of the King of Goa sent to capture them The Jew seized Confesses His fleet of fustas destroyed The survivors made slaves The Jew turns Christian The ships sail across the Indian Ocean Dreadful sickness Mombas bombarded A fleet of zambuks out of Pate attacks the Portuguese Driven off Second visit to Melinda Pass close round the Cape of Good Hope Many deaths The Sargarco Sea Reach the island of Tercejra Death of Paulo da Gama Enter the Tagus the 18th of September, 1499 Vasco da Gama cordially received by the King, who gives him the title of Dom Nicolas Coelho exhibits the treasures to the Queen Second voyage of Vasco da Gama Anchade reaches China Macao founded Sequeiro sails up the Red Sea to the country of the Emperor of Ethiopia The supposed Prester John The Moluccas discovered by Abreu Third voyage of Dom Vasco da Gama as Viceroy of India His magnificent state in 1524 His death at Cochin, the same year Buried at Vidigueira in Portugal, of which he was Count Succeeded by his son Dom Estevan.