A Libell of Spanish Lies: Fovnd at the Sacke of Cales, Discoursing the Fight in the West Indies, Twixt the English Nauie Being Fourteene Ships and Pinasses, and a Fleete of Twentie Saile of the King of Spaines, and of the Death of Sir Francis Drake. With an Answere Briefely Confuting the Spanish Lies, and a Short Relation of the Fight According to Truth, Written by Henri Sauile Esquire. And Also an Approbation of this Discourse, by Sir Thomas Baskeruile, Then Generall of the English Fleete in that Seruice: Auowing the Maintenance Thereof, Personally in Armes Against Don Bernaldino, If Hee Shall Take Exceptions to that which is Heere Set Downe, Touching the Fight Twixt Both Nauies, Or Iustifie that which He Hath Most Falsely Reported in His Vaine Printed Letter

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Iohn Windet, 1596 - Isla de Pinos, Battle of, 1596 - 47 pages
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Page 4 - Nauios vienen conel mifmo trabajo, peroíin embargo, por lo que yo vi en los enemigos; era muy conocida la ventaja que nos hazia, y mucha dicha feria apoderarle delíino es hallarlo fobre el Ferro.
Page 21 - Englifh, and the moft of his destroyed by the Bullet: But the death of Sir Fraunces Drake was of...
Page 29 - Eernaldino quaile them, although he were acowtred in his gilt Leather buskins, and his Toledo Rapyer.

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