Naval Battles Denmark Early Works To 1800 : Good nevves from the narrow seas : being a certaine relation of a mighty and fearefull fight in those seas, upon the coast of Frizeland, betweene a navie of Danes, of a hundred saile, under the command of the Grave van Erfurt, the Danish admirall, and mine heire Van Trump, admirall to the States of the United Provinces : wherein the said Van Trump obtained a gloririous victory, by the utter overthrow of the Danish navie, which was (as is probably supposed) intended for England to assist His Majesty against the Parliament, the battell hapning on Tuesday last, the first of November, old stile : the relation of it was sent over from Amsterdam in a letter, by a merchant of good quality, to a gentleman in this city, and by him published.
Naval Battles Great Britain : An account of the late bloody sea-fight between part of Their Majesties fleet commanded by Sir Clovesly Shovel, and that of the French fleet commanded by the sieurs Turville and Ampheville : with the sinking of three of the French men of war, one of which was a vice admiral.; Jackson, Nicholas,
Naval Battles Mediterranean Sea Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A brave memorable and dangerous sea-fight, foughten neere the road of Tittawan in Barbary : where the George and Elizabeth (a ship of London) under the command of Mr. Edmond Ellison, having but 19. peeces of ordnance, was encompass'd and encountred by nine great Turkish pyrat ships, or men of war, they being in number of men at the least 60. to one; and their ordnance more than ten to one against the English, yet (by Gods assistance) they were encouraged to a resolute fight, and obtained a glorious victory over their miscreant enemies, and a happy returne with men, ship, and goods to London.; Taylor, John,
Naval Battles Netherlands : A Bloudy fight between [t]he two potent fleets of England and Holland, on Thursday and Friday the second and third of June, in St. Georges Channel; : with the number of ships that were burnt, sunk, and taken in the engagement: And a perfect account of the proceedings of both the fleets.
Naval Battles Persian Gulf Early Works To 1800 : A famous fight at sea : VVhere foure English ships vnder the command of Captaine Iohn Weddell, and foure Dutch ships fought three dayes in the Gulfe of Persia neere Ormus, against 8. Portugall gallions, and 3. friggots. As also the memorable fight and losse of the good ship called the Lion, with the barbarous crueltie of the enemie truly declared. With a farewell and hearty well-wishing to our English sea and land forces.; Taylor, John,