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Title: The honourable actions of that most famous and valiant Englishman, Edward Glemham, Esquire. Lately obtained against the Spaniards, and the holy Leauge [sic], in foure sundry fightes. With his landing on S. Georges Ile, belonging to our enemie, which he kept with foure score and six men, the space of 48. houres. With his like succes against 6. gallegoes, of which he fired two: and notable victorie in his fight with foure gallyes, bound for Marceellus: to the eternall honour of our countrie, and no lesse worthy commendations of the valiant and braue minded gentleman and his followers, haning [sic] but one ship of burthen 240. tunnes, or thereabout, whereof himselfe is owner. Published for an encouragement to our English aduenturers, (gentlemen, sailars, and souldiars,) that serue against the euemies [sic] of God and our countrey.
Publication info: London : Printed by A[bel] I[effes] for VVilliam Barley, and are to be sold at his shop in New-gate Market, 1591.
subjects: [Glemham, Edward] [Adventure and adventurers -- Early works to 1800]
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