Englands royall conquest. Truely manifested in a happy victory obtained against the Dutch fleet by his Majesties Royal Navy, under the conduct of his Highness Prince Rupert, and his Grace the Duke of Albemarle upon the 25. and 26. of July 1666. In which naval fight we put the Dutch to a total rout, burnt and sunk several of their best ships, and in conclusion forc't them to shamefully to run away. Our own loss being very inconsiderable ... The tune is, A fig for France and Holland too, or Round about the hollow tree.
Printed for Richard Burton ...,
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