A Great and glorious victory obtained by the English against the French, upon the coast of Callice; with the dispiersing of the Royal Navie belonging to King Lewis, the taking of the Newfound-land fleet; and the chasing of the King of Scots Vice-Admiral, and his men of war, unto the Fort Royal. With the manner how Captain Foster in the Phœnix, Cap. Benjamin in the Pearl frigat, and Cap. George Crocknel in the Merlin, bare up to them within canon shot of the castle; and the event and success thereof. Likewise, the particulars of a great and lamentable engagement in Scotland, the number of men killed and taken on both sides; and the taking of the field again by both armies.
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