p131, Thallassocracy, Bilcher Bala, quoting from
Makassar, J. Villiers, in J. Kathirithamby-Wells & J. Villiers, the south east asian port and polity, rise and demise, p. 145
...they were greater thieves than any in the world, and they are powerful and have many paraos [sic. Boat] ... They have fairs where they dispose of the merchandise they steal and sell the slaves they capture... The Javanese call them Bugis (Bujuus) [i.e. Bajau], and the Malays call them this and Celates.