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The account given by Sir John Ashby, Vice-Admiral, and Reere-Admiral Rooke to the Lords Commissioners of the engagement at sea between the English, Dutch, and French fleets, June the 30th, 1690
Ashby, John, Sir, d. 1693.
Rooke, George, Sir, 1650-1709.
Concerns the Battle of Beachy Head, June 30, 1690.
Both Ashby's account (p. 1-3) and Rooke's (p. 3-5) are signed, and dated: 11th of July 1690; "The Lords Commissioners Letter to the Queen's Majesty" (p. 5-8) is signed and dated: Sheerness the 18th of July 1690, Pembrooke, Maclesfield, R. Howard, H. Goodricke, Tho. Lee; "The examinations of the captains (p. 9-26); the "Journal" (p. 27-32) is dated: from the Buoy of the Nore, the 18th of July, 1690.
, 32 p.
London: Printed for Randal Taylor ..., 1691.
Knuttel / 13590
Wing / A3937
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