The Resource The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.

The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.

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The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.
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The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes.
Title remainder
The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.
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True relation and description of two most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes
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eng
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UMI
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24335.5
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STC (2nd ed.)
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illustrations
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Andrew, Richard
  • Chappell, William
  • Great Britain
  • Naval battles
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general
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The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.
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rdacontent
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[2], 18 p.
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lossless
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computer
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rdamedia
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cl0036000081
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Electronic reproduction.
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(OCoLC)259710252
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The true relation and description of 2. most strange and true remarkable sea-fights against the Turkes. : The one was on the 14. of April last, 1636. in a ship called the Blessing, of Stone-house in the parish of Pilmmouth, the masters name being Richard Andrew, of Stoken Tenew, betwixt Dartmouth and Exeter. The other sea-fight being the 6. of Nouember, 1636. in a ship called the Iohn of Plimmouth, of the burden of 120. tonnes, the masters name being William Chappell of Cockerton, in the county of Devonshire.
Publication
Note
  • Headpieces, initials
  • Signatures: A-B4 C3
  • Reproduction of original in: British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo259710252
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 18 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
ill. (woodcut)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0036000081
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)259710252

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