The apprehending of Captayne Butler at Portchmouth in the county of Southampton and his followers, who were bound with bullets and ammunition for Ireland, in the shipp called the Olive
As also the true relation of a terrible sea fight by the States of Holland, against a fleet of the Spannish being furnished with men and ammonition [sic] for assistance to the rebels in Irland [sic] vvherein was taken 23 sayle of their ships, as also their Vice-admirall Don Eaustans sonne to Cardinall Saint Low the king of Spaines nephew. With a coppy of their commissiion [sic] against the Protestants, signed unto by the great signet. VVith the names of the rebells now in Newgate.
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London : printed for F.C. and T.B., 1641 [i.e. 1642]
Dated at end: "tenth of January 1642".
Physical description: , 6 p. : ill. (woodcut) ; 4o.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), A3583
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