Early English Books Online. (1653). A list of the Common-wealth of Englands navie at sea, in their expedition in May, 1653: Under the command of the Right Honourable Col: Richard Deane, and Col: George Monke, esquires, generals and admirals. Together with the names of all the commanders of the said fleet, and the number of men and guns which every ship carried, at the memorable fight on the 2 and 3 of June, 1653. in which through Gods blessing on the said fleet, they took and destroyed between 20 and 30 Dutch ships of war, and also took 1350 prisoners, with very little losse on our part; and pursued the Dutch to their own harbours. Also a distinction of part of those ships (by the letter P in the margent) which have been taken prizes, and are now in the service of the Common-wealth. London: Printed by M. Simmons, and are to be sould at his house in Aldersgate-street, and by Tho: Jenner at the South-entrance of the Royall Exchange.MLA Citation
Early English Books Online. A List of the Common-wealth of Englands Navie At Sea, in Their Expedition in May, 1653: Under the Command of the Right Honourable Col: Richard Deane, and Col: George Monke, Esquires, Generals and Admirals. Together With the Names of All the Commanders of the Said Fleet, and the Number of Men and Guns Which Every Ship Carried, At the Memorable Fight On the 2 and 3 of June, 1653. in Which Through Gods Blessing On the Said Fleet, They Took and Destroyed between 20 and 30 Dutch Ships of War, and Also Took 1350 Prisoners, With Very Little Losse On Our Part; and Pursued the Dutch to Their Own Harbours. Also a Distinction of Part of Those Ships (by the Letter P in the Margent) Which Have Been Taken Prizes, and Are Now in the Service of the Common-wealth. London: Printed by M. Simmons, and are to be sould at his house in Aldersgate-street, and by Tho: Jenner at the South-entrance of the Royall Exchange, 1653.