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An exact relation of two bloudy fights at sea, [electronic resource] : near Cherbrook (by the Dukedom of Normandy) between a squadron of English ships and a fleet of the French Kings, began (on the 12 of August 1650) and achieved by that valiant and worthy Capt. John Green, Commander of the ship Fortune (having but 22. guns) with his victorious proceedings, the particulars of the fight, and victory obtained against the French by the resolute engagement of the said Captain, sinking, and taking some, that are now brought into Plymouth, for the service of the Parliament and Common-weath of England.

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Published: London : Printed for J.H., August 26. 1650.
Series: Early English Books online.
Thomason Tracts ; 94:E.610[5].
Topics: Great Britain - Foreign relations - France - Early works to 1800. | France - Foreign relations - Great Britain - Early works to 1800.
Regions: Great Britain - History, Naval - Stuarts 1603-1714 - Early works to 1800.
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