A letter sent from his excellency Generall Blake to the King of Denmark touching the Dutch fleet now in the sound; and his desires and proposals unto him, and the rising of the Danes in arms to prevent the landing of any enemy. Also a full relation of the last great sea-fight between the English and the Dutch, and the number sunk and taken. With the taking of an 100 fishermen, and the Hollanders fortifying themselves in Bressies Bay in Scotland. Likewise, the proceedings of Sir George Ascues fleet, his motion westward and his design therein, with the councel of states letter to him with joyfull news from China, and the Christian faith, by many both of the nobility and commonalty there.
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