Two terrible sea-fights: the first, between 35 sail of English and the Dutch fleet, near the Isle of VVight, on the 28 of October, 1652. The second, betwixt one of Parliaments Frigots, and two Dutch men of war near Pllmouth; [sic] with the event and success thereof: also, a relation of the ships and prizes that have been taken ou [sic] sides, since the beginning of the wars between England and Holland. Likewise, the tryal of six witches at Edenbourgh in Scotland; and the sentence denounc'd against them to be ty'd up by the thumbs, and to be burnt with lighted candles under the soles of their feet, and in their mouthes.
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