The true relation of the Queenes departure from Falmouth into the Brest in the west of France. After whom our Lord Admirall sent all his ships to overtake her, who made above a hundred shot at the ship, especially our three ships called the Vice Admirall, the Warwicke Frigot, and the Paramour, but she having a galley of sixteen oares, it is thought that all the ships in the world could not overtake her. Representing also, how that a ship called the Golden Sun, belonging to the King of Denmarke, was taken by the Lord Admirall, and sent into Portesmouth, to attend the pleasure of the Parliament.
Printed for Matthew Walbancke,
July 22. 1644.
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