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Title: A true relation of the last great fight at sea, July 29. and 31. between the English and the Dutch, as it was presented to the Councill of State in two letters sent them from General Monck: as also an estimate of the enemies ships taken, fired, and sunk, with the number of prisoners; together with what loss we sustained on our side. Saturday August 6. At the Council of State at White-Hall, ordered, that these letters and estimate be forthwith printed and published. John Thurloe Secr.
Author: Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, 1608-1670.
Publication info: London, : Printed for Giles Calvert, Henry Hills, and Thomas Brewster, printers to the Council of State, MDCLIII. [1653]
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Title: Amsterdam and her other Hollander sisters put out to sea, by Van Trump, Van Dunck, & Van Dumpe. Or, A true description of those so called Hoghens Mogens,: set out to the life, with the manners of their quagmire bog, and other speciall varieties touching their unmannerly manners, and base ingratitude to our English nation, from their shels of beggery to their now present pride. Penn'd to give our nation timely notice of their subtile frauds and delusions.
Publication info: London : Printed for Richard Harper, in Smithfield, near the Hospitall Gate, 1652.
subjects: [Political satire, English] [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [Netherlands -- History] [Tromp, Maarten Harpertsz., -- 1598-1653]
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Title: Another bloudy fight at sea between the English and the Dutch upon the coast of Flanders. Sent in a letter to the Parliament of England, and the Councel of State, on Saturday last; with their debates likewise, and consultations, and resolutions, on the Sabbothday in the afternoon at White-Hall. Likewise the particulars of the fight, the number sunk, and 40 men of war and merchants taken, and brought into the Downs, under the command and protection of Dover Castle. Also a declaration of the lords embassadours of the States of Holland, touching war and peace, and the Parliaments final answer and resolution thereunto.
Publication info: London : Printed for G: Horton, 1652.
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Title: Another bloudy fight at sea upon the coast of Cornwal, on Sunday the 13. of this instant June; between the Parliaments fleet commanded by Sir George Ayscue; and the French and Dutch navies, commanded by the Lord Admiral Chastitdon. With the particulars of the fight; the manner of the engagement; the great loss on both sides; and the number of ships sunk and taken. Also, the advance of Van-Trump towards the North; and fifty of the Parliaments men of war gone after to fight him: with the sinking of Captain Taylor; and the number of English ships taken by Captian Bradshaw.
Publication info: London : Printed for George Horton, 1652.
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Title: Another great victorie obtained by Vice-Admiral Pen against the Hollanders, since the last great and terrible engagement between both fleets; with the full particulars thereof, advertised by letters from the generals at sea, to the Parliament and Councel of State: together with a list of the names of the ships taken, and brought to Dover, laden with bars of silver, cocheneal, wines, sugar, salt, and tobacco: the landing of seven hundred prisoners; and the number of ships sunk, burnt, taken, and dispursed. Likewise, a narrative of the great loss on the Parl. side. Whereunto is annexed, the answer and remonstrance of the officers and souldiers in Scotland, to the late letter of the Lord Gen. Cromwel, and the Conncel [sic] of Officers in England, for the chusing of a new Parliament, to remove the heavy burdens, and to set the oppressed free. Brought by the last post, Sunday, Feb. 26. and published (according to order) to undeceive the people.
Publication info: London, : Printed for G. Horton., [1653]
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Title: An ansvver to the declaration of the imaginary Parliament of the unknowne Common-wealth of England,: concerning the affaires past betwixt them of England, and the high and mighty lords the States Generall of the United Provinces: wherein their frivolous reasons are cleerly refuted; and their injust proceedings in the treaty of the aforesaid affaires, as in all their actions, manifestly discovered.
Publication info: At Rotterdam : by John Pieterson, 1652.
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [Great Britain -- History] [Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Netherlands] [Netherlands -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain] [England and Wales. -- Parliament] [Netherlands. -- Staten-Generaal]
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Title: A remonstrance of the fight in Legorn-Road between the English and the Dutch, vvith all the passages of the treaty held by the great Duke of Florence before the same. Also many other particulars, as they were presented to his Excellency the Lord General Cromwel, and the Right Honorable the Councel of State.
Author: Appleton, Henry, fl. 1650-1654.
Publication info: London : Printed by John Field, Printer to the Parliament of England, 1653.
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654 -- Naval operations -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660 -- Early works to 1800] [Netherlands -- History -- 1648-1714 -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: Articles of peace, union and confederation, concluded and agreed between his Highness Oliver Lord Protector of the common-wealth of England, Scotland & Ireland, and the dominions thereto belonging. And the Lords the States General of the United Provinces of the Netherlands. In a treaty at Westminster bearing date the fift of April old style, in the year of our Lord God 1654. Printed and published by his Highness special command.
Publication info: London : Printed by William du-Gard and Henry Hills, Printers to His Highness the Lord Protector, 1654.
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654 -- Treaties] [Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800] [Netherlands -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: Capt. Badiley's reply to certaine declarations from Capt. Seamen, Cap. Ell, & Cap. Fisher as he found them divulged abroad in a fallacious pamphlet, called The remonstrance of the fight neer Legorn, between the English and the Dutch. : As also many other particulars, as they were presented to his Excellency the Lord General Cromwell, and the Right Honourable, the Councell of State.
Author: Badiley, Richard, d. 1657.
Publication info: London : Printed by Matthew Simmons, in Aldersgate-streete, 1653.
subject: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654 -- Pamphlets]
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Title: Bloudy nevves from sea: a perfect narrative of a great and bloudy fight between the English fleet commanded by General Blake, and the Dutch navy upon the Northern seas. With the particulars thereof, the occasion and manner of their engagement, and the number of ships sunk and taken. Also, a great victory obtained against the Hollanders by Sir George Ascue upon the coast of France, the manner of the fight, and the number of ships burnt, sunk, and taken by the English there. Likewise, Vantrump's Challenge, sent to General Blake, to fight him on the coast of Flanders, or the Narrow-Seas: with the great preparations that are making in Holland of men, mony, and other provisions to resist the English.
Publication info: London : Printed by B.A., 1652.
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Title: Bloudy newes from Holland: being a true relation of the present proceedings of the Dutch-men against the English, at the Hague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brill, Dort, Flushin, and divers other places. Also, a great fight at sea, between the Parliaments ships, and the Hollanders; the number burnt, sunk, and taken, by Captain Johnson and the rest of the English; with the manner of the said engagement. Likewise Lieu. Colonel John Lilburn made Captain of a man of War for the States of Holland, and his letter to the Lord General Cromwel.
Publication info: London : Printed for E. Cotton, 1652.
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Title: Bloudy newes from sea: being a perfect narrative, and exact relation, of the great and desperate engaging, between two hundred sail of English and Dutch-Men of war, upon the coast of Scilley: with the manner how Gen. Blake, and Sir George Ascue, drew their fleet into Battalia; the resolution of the Hollander; and the number of ships taken by the English. Also, the chasing of divers ships to the Downs; the taking of some English by Captain Bradshaw; the sinking of the London Faulcon; the number of ships surprized in Sole-Bay neer Yarmouth; and above one hundred sail of colliers coming into the Downs, bound for London. With the seizing of all the ships and goods belonging to the English merchants at St. Mallows in France; and the Kings proclamation to all his subjects.
Publication info: London : Printed for G. Horton, 1652.
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Title: The copy of a letter form the reare-admiral of the English fleet for the common wealth of England, to an eminent merchant in London. Being a true and plaine narration of the whole proceedings and fight betwixt them and the Dutch fleet near the Downes, upon the 19. day of May, 1652.
Author: Bourne, Nehemiah, ca. 1611-1691.
Publication info: London : Printed by G.D. for William Hope, and are to be sold at his shop at the North door of the Old Exchange, 1652.
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Title: The common-wealths great ship commonly called the Soveraigne of the Seas, built in the yeare, 1637 with a true and exact dimension of her bulk and burden, and those decorements which beautifie and adorne her, with the carving work, figures, and mottoes upon them : shee is besides her tunnage 1637 tuns in burden, shee beareth five lanthorns, the biggest of which will hold ten persons to stand upright, without shouldring or pressing one another, with the names of all the ropes, masts, sailes, and cordage that belong unto a ship : as also the names of all our commanders at sea, the number of men and gunnes which every ship carrieth both in their admirall, vice admirall, and reare-admirall : with all the fights wee have had with the Hollander, since the engagement of Lieutenant-Admirall Trompe neere Dover, against the English fleet under the command of Generall Blake, at the same time that three of their embassadours were here treating of peace : with a perfect rehearsall of an act for encrease of shipping, and encouragement of the navigation of this nation, which so much displeaseth the Hollander.
Publication info: London : Printed by M. Simmons for Tho. Jenner ..., 1653.
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Title: The Dutch-mens pedigree: or A relation, shewing how they were first bred, and descended from a horse-turd, which was enclosed in a butter-box. Together with a most exact descripton of that great, huge, large, horrible, terrible, hideous, fearful, ... prodigious, preposterous horse that shit the same turd; who had two faces on one head, the one somwhat resembling the face of a man, the other the face of a horse, the rest of his body was like the body of an horse, saving that on his shoulders he had two great fish finns like the finns of whales, but far more large: he lived somtime on land, but most in water; his dyet was fish, roots, ... A very dreadful accident befel him, the fear hereof set him into such a fit of shiting, that he died thereof: ... Also how the Germans following the directions of a conjurer, made a very great box, and smeared the in-side with butter, and how it was filled with the dung which the said monstrous horse shit: out of which dung within nine days space sprung forth men, women, and children; the off-spring whereof are yet alive to this day, and now commonly known by the name of Dutchmen; as this following relation will plainly manifest.
Author:  D. F.
Publication info: London : Printed in the year 1653. And are to be sold at St. Michaels Church door in Cornhill, [1653]
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [Political satire, English] [Tromp, Maarten Harpertsz., -- 1598-1653] [With, Witte Corneliszoon de, -- 1599-1658]
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Title: A dangerous and bloudy fight upon the coast of Cornwal between the English and the Dutch, on Thursday last; with the full particulars thereof; the manner of their engagement; the great execution done on both sides; and 17 of the Hollanders ships brought into Plymouth. Sent to the high and honourale [sic] Councel of State, on Sunday last, October 24. Together with a narrative of the King of Denmarks proceedings against the English: the raising of a great army in France their resolution and design, and the landing of the Dutch near Yarmouth; the rising of the country with clubs, fowling pieces, and longpikes; a bloudy fight thereupon, and the pursuing of the Dutch to the sea-coast, and the number killed and taken prisoners.
Publication info: London : Printed for George Horton, and are to be sold at the Royal Exchange in Corn-hill, 1652.
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Title: The declaration and remonstrance of the sea-men and mariners, concerning the present war and engagement between the Parliament of England and the Hollanders : with their gallant resolution to live and die together in the defence and preservation of religion, law, liberty, and freedom, and a list of the names of the English fleet, together with the number of men and ordnanoe [sic].
Publication info: London : Printed for George Horton, 1653.
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Title: The declaration of the Cardinal Mazarini: touching his departure out of France, justifying himself from all those things laid to his charge by the princes and Parliament: with the Princes and Parliaments message to the King of France, touching his return to Paris, and their declaration of submission to his Majesty. Also, a perfect narrative of the last great and terrible fight between the English fleet under Sir George Ascue, and the Dutch navy under Admiral de Witte, and the losse on both sides impartially related, and the recruiting of the English fleet with 500 fresh men. Likewise, great nuor nrw b598 and nrw b598
Publication info: London : Printed for M.M., 1652.
subjects: [Fronde] [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [France -- History] [Great Britain -- History, Naval] [Mazarin, Jules, -- 1602-1661]
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Title: A Declaration of the further proceedings of the English fleet upon the coast of Holland, with their falling upon the strong town of Flushing, the playing of their great ordnance upon the forts and bulworks; the event and success thereof, and the drawing their land forces to the sea-coast. Likewise the blocking up of the Texel, by Vice-Admiral Pen, the taking of the great Admiral, wherein was Vantrump, the plucking down of the Dutch colours, and setting up of the English standard. With the orders of the states of Holland thereupon, published throughout the United Provinces. Together with a narrative of the last great and lamentable fight, and the number killed and taken prisoners on both sides.
Publication info: London : Printed for Geo. Horton, 1653.
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Title: The declaration of the Hollanders concerning, the English fleet now under the command of General Blake; with the rising of the people against their magistrates, and declaring for a war with England: and the States proclamation, prohibiting all merchants and sea-men to touch upon the English coasts. Also, Vantrumps putting forth to sea with one hundred and seven men of war, and his orders and instructions given to the captains of his fleet. Likewise, the state of affairs in France, and declaring of the citizens of Paris rebels and traytors, by the King and councel. Together with the proceedings of the Parliaments forces in Ireland: sent in several letters from divers personages of honour to certain member of the Councel of State.
Publication info: London : Printed by B.A., 1652.
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Title: A declaration of the Hollanders touching the late King, and the commonwealth of England: with the granting forth new letters of mart by the States General against all English ships whatsoever: and the beating and reviling of divers English gentlemen at the Hague. Also the motion of the Dutch fleet Northwards with an hundred and seven sail of men of war, to find out the English navy; their taking of two English ships, and burning another near Scarborough. Likewise, the condition of affairs in France, and the taking of two hundred men and horse of the Prince of Conde's forces, near St. Clow: with the march of General Thurenne against the Spanish army.
Publication info: London : Printed by D.G., 1652.
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Title: A declaration of the L. Admiral Vantrump, concerning the King of Scots, and the Parliament of England; published by sound of trumpet throughout his whole navie. With his protestation thereupon; and his preparations and resolution to fight the English navie, either to death or vicotry, and purchase honour and freedome with the price of his bloud. Also, the last engagement of the English and Dutch, and the particulars thereof: with the comming up of Sir George Ayscue to General Blague in the Downs, and their further proceedings and resolutions touching Vantrump and the Navie. Sent in a letter from Captain Tylers ship, the tyger; to a member of the councel of state; and ordered to be published and dispersed throughout the several counties of this nation.
Publication info: London : Printed for Sam: Cotton, 1652.
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Title: A Declaration of the present proceedings of the French, Danes, and the Hollanders, touching the King of Scots:: and a new act and proclamation of the states, to all captains, masters, and officers of ships, throughout all harbours, haven-towns, and cinque-ports, within the dominion of the Netherlands: published by sound of trumpet, and beat of drum throughout the United Provinces, for all officers in general to yeeld obedience thereunto, upon pain of death. Together with their orders and instructions to Admiral De Wit. And a letter sent to the Parliament of England from the generals at sea, concerning the transaction, affairs, and engagement of the enemy. Subscribed, Robert Blake, Rich: Dean, Geo: Monck. Published according to order.
Publication info: London : Printed by E. Alsop, 1653.
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [Netherlands -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain] [Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685]
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Title: A Declaration of the proceedings of Major General Massey, Sir Marmaduke Langdale, and Lieut. Col. John Lilburn, touching the King of Scots;: and the present engagement between the States of Holland, and the Parliament of England; with the coming of Prince Philip (son to the Queen of Bohemiah) the creating from Vice-Admiral; and three famous English ships taken. Likewise a remonstrance and declaration of the Presbyterians, and XV propositions sent to the most illustrious princess the Queen of Sweden.
Publication info: London : Printed for G. Horton, 1652.
subjects: [Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654] [Great Britain -- History] [Massey, Edward, -- Sir, -- 1619?-1674?] [Langdale, Marmaduke, -- Duke of, -- 1598?-1661] [Lilburne, John, -- 1614?-1657] [Charles -- King of England, -- 1630-1685]
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Title: The Declaration of the states of Holland, concerning the King of Scots; with the chusing of the Duke of York, the Lord Craven, and Maj. Gen. Massey, Captain-Generals, by the English, French, and Dutch; and the resolution of Vantrump concerning the L. of Newport, and the L. Catz; together with his orders and instructions to all the Court of Admiralties, for the setting forth all shipping fit for service, and each captain and commander to cut his way through the English fleet. Also, a diurnal of the Dutch occurrences; and their making ready all the sluces.
Publication info: London : printed for Geo. Horton, 1653.
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