Three great and bloody fights between the English and the French: the first, by Gen. Pen, and Gen. Venables, against Monsieur de Poince, governor of St. Christophers for the king of France: with the particulars theref [sic], the taking of the Isle De la Martinicque, and the resolution of the said governor to fight it out to the last man, rather then to betray his trust and loyalty to the king. The second neer St. Mallovvs, continuing for the space of 8 hours: with the the number of ships, sunk, fired, and taken. The third, neer the isle of Majorca, by Gen. Blake, and the valiant chevaliers, continuing for the space of 24 hours: with a true narrative thereof, and the total routing and sinking of both the two generals, the Lord Valbelle, and the L. de Landes, who had taken above 150 men of war besides gallant merchants.
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