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A terrible and bloudy fight at sea between the English and the Dutch : on Thursday last: with the manner how the Hollanders advanced with threescore and ten stout men of war, against General Blake, with thier bloudy flags of defiance, streamers and pendants; the particulars of this great and desperate engagement; the borading of the Dutch by the English redcoats and sea-men; the blowing up on the decks by the enemy; the playing of granadoes, 700 prisoners surprized, and 50 gallant ships sunk, burnt, taken, and dispersed. on Thursday last: with the manner how the Hollanders advanced with threescore and ten stout men of war, against General Blake, with thier bloudy flags of defiance, streamers and pendants; the particulars of this great and desperate engagement; the borading of the Dutch by the English redcoats and sea-men; the blowing up on the decks by the enemy; the playing of granadoes, 700 prisoners surprized, and 50 gallant ships sunk, burnt, taken, and dispersed Preview this item
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A terrible and bloudy fight at sea between the English and the Dutch : on Thursday last: with the manner how the Hollanders advanced with threescore and ten stout men of war, against General Blake, with thier bloudy flags of defiance, streamers and pendants; the particulars of this great and desperate engagement; the borading of the Dutch by the English redcoats and sea-men; the blowing up on the decks by the enemy; the playing of granadoes, 700 prisoners surprized, and 50 gallant ships sunk, burnt, taken, and dispersed. on Thursday last: with the manner how the Hollanders advanced with threescore and ten stout men of war, against General Blake, with thier bloudy flags of defiance, streamers and pendants; the particulars of this great and desperate engagement; the borading of the Dutch by the English redcoats and sea-men; the blowing up on the decks by the enemy; the playing of granadoes, 700 prisoners surprized, and 50 gallant ships sunk, burnt, taken, and dispersed

Publisher: Imprinted at London for Jacob Fielding 1652
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Genre/Form: History
Early works
Naval history
Early works to 1800
Named Person: George Ayscue, Sir; Robert Blake; Maarten Harpertsz Tromp; George Ayscue, Sir; Robert Blake; Maarten Harpertsz Tromp
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 838406500
Notes: Annotation on Thomason copy: "July. 23."
Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Thomason, E.671[16]
Wing (2nd ed.), T761
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