A Poem: Being an Essay Upon the Present War with the Dutch, Since the First Battle and Victory Obtained by His Highness Royal, June 3. 1665, Continued to and Upon the Late Happy Victory, Obtained by His Majesties Forces at Sea, Under the Conduct of His Highness Prince Rupert, and His Grace the Duke of Albermarle, July 25. 1666
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