He evidently practised magic and medicine and exerted an unusually strong influence on the people of Malacca.
When he dropped into Fetzer's pool shack carrying a Malacca cane, for example.
He therefore took steps to open up a direct trade in cinnamon with Ceylon, and made his famous expedition to Malacca.
The Thisbe had once more got free of the Straits of Malacca.
Some of the men were hanged, and many transported to our penal settlements in the Straits of Malacca.
He was to cross the Bay of Bengal and explore the coast of Malacca.
These intervals were mistaken by the Portuguese occasionally for degrees, which account for Malacca, which is in lat.
Then why not make a strong effort, and get them down to Malacca?
Perhaps it was the check for the misappropriation of which he afterward found his way to the convict lines of Malacca.
The Straits of Malacca abound with places with Sanskrit names.