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Author: Lupton, Donald, d. 1676.
Title: Englands command on the seas, or, The English seas guarded.: Wherein is proved that as the Venetians, Portugals, Spaniards, French, Danes, Polands, Turks, the Duke of Tuscany, and the popes of Rome have dominion on their seas; so the Common-wealth of England hath on our seas. : Wherein the Dutch unjust procuration and prosecution of war against England is also described.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Englands command on the seas, or, The English seas guarded.: Wherein is proved that as the Venetians, Portugals, Spaniards, French, Danes, Polands, Turks, the Duke of Tuscany, and the popes of Rome have dominion on their seas; so the Common-wealth of England hath on our seas. : Wherein the Dutch unjust procuration and prosecution of war against England is also described.
Lupton, Donald, d. 1676.

London: Printed for Jos. Blaik-lock in Ivie-lane ..., 1653.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Foreign relations
Great Britain -- History, Naval
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88649.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Ho∣nourable the Council of State.
England's Com∣mand on the Seas, or, The English Seas Guarded.
Venice.
Of the Spanish and Portugalls Dominion.
Of the French.
Of the Danes, Norways, Po∣landers, and Turks.
Of the Turkish Soveraignty in his Seas.
Of the Grand Duke of Tus∣cany, &c.
Of the Popes Power over the Seas.
Of the English So∣veraignty in the Seas.
Of the Tributes, Taxes, and Subsidies, paid for our safe∣guarding the Seas.
Leave to Fish upon our seas granted.
All Forreigners strike Sail, or vail their Top∣sails to our ships of War.
What miseries & inconveniencies, our Nation will in short time suffer, if we do not uphold our power at sea against all In∣vaders or oppo∣sers what soever Dutch, Danes or French.
The Dutch inju∣stice and Ingra∣titude to Fight againstour Na∣tion.