A dangerous and bloudy fight upon the coast of Cornwal between the English and the Dutch, on Thursday last; with the full particulars thereof; the manner of their engagement; the great execution done on both sides; and 17 of the Hollanders ships brought into Plymouth. Sent to the high and honourale [sic] Councel of State, on Sunday last, October 24. Together with a narrative of the King of Denmarks proceedings against the English: the raising of a great army in France their resolution and design, and the landing of the Dutch near Yarmouth; the rising of the country with clubs, fowling pieces, and longpikes; a bloudy fight thereupon, and the pursuing of the Dutch to the sea-coast, and the number killed and taken prisoners.
Printed for George Horton, and are to be sold at the Royal Exchange in Corn-hill,
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