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Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Naval operations -- Early works to 1800
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The answer of the Commissioners of the Navie, to a scandalous pamphlet, published by Mr Andrewes Burrell
England and Wales. Commissioners of the Admiralty and the Navy
[London] : Printed by Will. Bentley, Anno Dom. MDCXLVI. [1646]
1646
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Articles and acts of Parliament: taken out of the records of the Tower, shewing how traytors have seduced the king by wicked counsell to take him from his Parliament, and to raise warre against them. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament, that these articles and acts be forthwith printed and published. H. Elsyng Cler. Parl. D. Com. With the Earle of Warwickes taking of great store of armes and ammunition, with money and plate in foure coale-shipps which came from the west countries towa
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed for Theophilus Bourne, 1642
1642
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The daily proceedings of his Majesties fleet on the narrow seas, from the 17. of October to the 15. day of November, since the departure of the Earle of Warwick, lord admirall of the Navie, being now under the conduct of the vice-admirall captaine Battie. Wherein is declared the journall and passages of every particular day, what ships and ammunition they took, and what speciall places they coasted during the foresaid time, from the 17. of October to the 15. of November

Lonkon [sic] : Novemb. 18. Printed for Jon. Wright, 1642
1642
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The Danes plot discovered against this kingdome. With the meeting of Van Trump Dutch admirall at sea with them, upon the English coast neer Hull: wherein is related their battell, flight, and apprehension of two of their ships at Plympton Maries, in the county of Devond. Which was sent to the Lord Burrowes, and divers other the peers now assembled in Parliament, by Sir Henry Waddam of the said county, and by him ordered to be printed. As also an order sent out by the Honourable Court of Parliame
Waddam, Henry, Sir
London : Printed for Andrew Coe, and Marmaduke Boat, 1642
1642
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The declaration and propositions of the navie with the oath which they have taken, concerning an admirall for the seas, and who they made choice of for the present. A message from the Kentish-men to the Lord Generall, and his answer thereunto. A thousand of them come in, and Dover Fort taken. With the taking of Chepstow Castle by storme, the Governour Sir Nicholas Kemish, and others slain; with the number of officers and prisoners taken. As also another petition to the Parliament, from the City

London : Printed by B. Alsop, 1648
1648
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A declaration in vindication of the honour of the Parliament, and of the committee of the navy and customes; against all traducers: concerning the managing of the navy and customes, and many other weighty affaires of state: faithfully relating what strength of shipping have been yearly employed for the guarding of the seas, and what moneys arising by the revenue of the customes, excise of flesh and salt, and other receits, have been applyed to that use. The rules by which they have been all mana
Grene, Giles
London, : Printed for Laurence Blaiklock., 1647
1647
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A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. Concerning the particular causes of this division betweene His Majestie and the Houses of Parliament. Whereunto is annexed the severall votes of both Houses at which His Majesty takes exceptions. Also severall propositions propounded to the Kings most Excellent Majestie, &c. Wherein is declared the most effectuall meanes to remove these distractions, and to beget a right understanding betwixt the King and His Parliament. Also a list
England and Wales. Parliament
[London] : Iuly, 8. London, Printed by T. F. for S. F., 1642
1642
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A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: concerning the reducing of the late revolted ships to the obedience of Parliament. Die veneris 14 Julii. 1648. Ordered by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, that this declaration be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown, Cler. Parliamentorum
England and Wales. Parliament
Imprinted at London : for John Wright, at the Kings Head in the Old Bailey, 1648
1648
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A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy setting forth of a fleet of ships to sea, for the defence of the kingdome Die Lunæ, 13. Martii, 1642
England and Wales. Parliament
[London] : March 14. Printed at London for John Wright in the Old-bailey, 1642
1642
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A declaration of the officers and company of sea-men abord His Majfsties [sic] ships, the Constant Reformation, the Convertine, the Swallow, the Antelope, the Satisfaction, the Hynd, the Roe-buck, the Crescent, the Pellican, the Black-more Lady lately rescued for His Majesties service with an invitation to the rest of the fleet, and their brethren on land to joyne with them in their just undertakings

[London] : Printed at Holland, and re-printed at London, 1648
1648
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The Earle of Warwickes glorious victory over fifty ships of the King of Denmarkes in the narrow seas. Report thereof being made to the House of Commons by a merchant of London, that came lately from Norway. With an order from the House of Commons to the Earle of Warwicke, that one and fifty ships should be strongly prepared with 500 pieces of ordnance. Also how many hundred thousand pounds the charge of the Navy hath amounted unto, raised out of the bill of tonnage and poundage, and what the Kin

London : Printed for J. Horton, June 15. 1642
1642
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Good newes from sea, being a true relation of the late sea-fight, betweene Captain William Thomas, captain of the 8th Whelp, now imployed for the service of the King and Parliament, against Captaine Polhill, captaine of the ship call'd the May flower Admirall of Falmouth, with the taking of the said ship. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this relation be printed and published. Hen. Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com
Thomas, William, Captain
London : Printed for Lawrence Blaiklock, and are to be sold at his shop next to Temple-barre, June 26. 1643
1643
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A great victory at sea against the Irish rebels, by Captaine Robert Dare commander of the English: where were taken the Earle of Antrim his great ship, 22 peeces of ordnance, 3 barrels of gun-powder, 100 muskets, ... 25 of Captain Dares men slain, and sore wounded

Printed at London : by Robert Ibbitson in Smithfield, neere the Queens-head Tavern, 1648
1648
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The humble tender and declaration of many well-affected mariners and sea-men, commanders of ships, members of the Trinity-house, to the Commissioners of the Navy.

[London : s.n., 1648]
1648
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Ioyfull nevves from sea: or, Good tidings from my Lord of Warwicke, of his encounter with some Spanish ships, with the happy successe he obtained thereby. Also herein is declared what store of ammunition, money, and other necessaries for war, were by our English ships taken from them. viz. muskets 500 swords 507 pikes and halfe pikes 813 dragoones 99 arms for horse & foot 150 pistolls 200 calrvers 76 ordnance peices [sic], and murtherers 53 and 300000 pound in money. Manifesting to the whole kin

Printed at London : for William Ley, 1642
1642
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A joyfull message sent from the House of Commons to Robert Earle of Warvvicke, admirall of His Majesties navie royall, concerning the ships which now lye ready at the coast of Holland laden with ammunition, to be sent to His Majesty at Yorke. With the message which they sent to the Dutch ambassadour, and his answer to the said message. Likewise the report which was made to both Houses, concerning 8000 men which are to be sent from France, and Spaine, to His Majesty to assist him against the High
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed for J. H. and T. Ryder, Iuly 9. 1642
1642
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The joyfullest nevves from Hull that ever came to London. Read in both Houses of Parliament, August 12. 1642. Wherein is declared the proceedings of the Earle of Warwickes ships in the River Humber, how they have taken divers ships that were sent from the Queen to the King with great store of ammunition for warre, and 300000. pounds of mony, which they sent to Sir Iohn Hotham. As also divers brave horses which he sent to the Lords to be preferred to both Houses of Parliament. Ordered that this b

[London] : August 17. Printed by T. Fawcet for T.R., [1642]
1642
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The Kings Maiesties resolution concerning, Robert Earl of Warwicke, Lord Admirall of His Majesties navie royall, wherein is declared the kings full resolution and intention concerning his navie, now lying upon the downs. With the Earl of Warwicks declaration to both Houses of Parliament, and the oath taken by all his captains, lieutenants, and other inferiour officers, under his command, belonging to the fleet. Also the proceedings of the Earl of Warwicke and Sir Iohn Pennington, lying neer to t
England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I)
[London] : Printed for J. Smith, July. 12 1642
1642
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A list of his Majesties Navie Royall, and merchants ships their names, captaines and lievtenants, their men and burthens in every one, now setting forth for the guard of the narrow seas, and for Ireland this yeare, 1642. With an order, for the speedy rigging of the navie for the defence of the kingdome. Algernon Percy, Earle of Northumberland, Lord Percy, Lucy, Poynings, &c. Knight of the most noble order of the garter, and one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Counsell, Lord high Admirall

[London] : Printed for John Rothwell, 1642
1642
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A list of such of the Navy Royall, as also of the merchants ships as are set forth to sea for this summers expedition 1645. in the service of the King and Parliament together with their names, captains, burthens, number of men, and ordnance in every ship

London : Printed for Laurence Blaiklock, Anno Dom. 1645
1645
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A list of such ships and friggotts of the Navy Royall, as also of such marchant shipps as are set forth to sea and prepared for the service of the King and Parliament, in this summers expedition, 1646 Together with the names of the captaines and commanders of the said shipps and friggotts

[London] : Printed for Ed. Husband, Printer to the Honourable House of Commons, Aprill. 21 1646
1646
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A list of such ships and frigots belonging to the Parliament as also of such merchants ships as are set forth to sea, and prepared for the service of the Parliament in this summers expedition, 1647. Together with the names of the captains and commanders of the said ships and frigots

London : Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the honorable House of Commons, May 20. 1647
1647
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Most joyfull newes by sea and land, being the true relation of a glorious victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham sonne to Sir Iohn Hotham at Cawood Castle in York shire, against the Earle of Cumberland and his northerne cavaliers. Wherin the Earle was forced to fly to Yorke, and is since pursued by the Lord Fairfax and Captain Hotham and is by them beset, with the great losse of men on the Earles side, with small losse on the adverse part, also, the takeing of two ships at Fulmo

London : Printed for John Hunt, Novemb. 3. 1642
1642
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A Most true relation of the great and bloody battell fought upon Monday last neer the coast of England, by three of the Earl of Warwicks ships; namely, the James, George, and Gray-hound, against Col. Goring with 7. ships, who was comming to assist His Majesty against the Parl. declaring also the wonderfull victory which they hath obtained against the said Col. Goring, sinking three of his ships, and making all the rest to fly. Also how the states of Holland hath taken 30. sail of ships that were

[London] : Decemb. 8. Printed for L. Wright, 1642
1642
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The navall expedition, of the Right Honourable, Robert, Earle of Warwick, (Lord High Admiral of England) against the revolted ships: being a true and perfect relation of the whole expedition, from their first setting out from Chatham, to their returne againe into the Downes. Also a narrative or briefe relation of the severall acts of Gods providence to the Parliaments fleete, under his Lordships command in the said expedition: together with a detestation of that scandalous pamphlet of joyning or

London : Printed by Matthew Simons, for Hannah Allen, and are to be sould at her shop, at the Crowne in Popes-head Ally, 1648 [i.e. 1649]
1649
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An ordinance and declaration of the Lodrs [sic] and Commons assembled in Parliament, one for the speedy setting forth of certain ships (in all points furnished for warre) to prevent the bringing over of souldiers, money, ordnance, and other ammunition from beyond the sea to assist the King, against the Parliament of England. The other for the incouragement of all ovvners, captaines, masters, or other officers, who shall be imployed in the said fleet; with the manner how every prize which is take
England and Wales. Parliament
Printed at London : for T. S., Aprill 6. 1644
1644
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An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament containing certaine instructions to be issued by the Committee for the Admiralty and Cinque-Ports, to such fit persons as shall desire to set forth ships as private men of warre. Die Iovis, 29 Ianuarii 1645. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. H. Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com
England and Wales. Parliament
London, : Printed for Iohn Wright at the Kings Head in the old Bayley., 1645. [i.e. 1646]
1646
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An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, for the speedy setting forth of certaine ships (in all points furnished for war) to prevent the bringing over of souldiers, money, ordnance, and other ammunition from beyond the sea, to assist the King, against the Parliament in England. Die Sabbathi, 10. Decemb. 1642. Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance shall be forthwith printed and published. J. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum
England and Wales. Parliament
London : Printed for Iohn Wright in the Old-Bayly, Decemb. 12. 1642
1642
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A sea-fight: two ships taken by Captain Southwood, and Captain Faulkner. Prince Chares [sic] his letters, with a commission; and other letters and papers taken at Paroes, with provisions and ammunition going to relieve Pendennis Castle. With 6 pieces of ordnance, 3 murderers, 20 barrels of gun-powder 10 barrels of beef, 6 chaldron of coals, 3 fat of peas, 100 weight of match, one cask and a half of bread, a barrel of candles. Also, 50 head of cattel taken at Aram. 30 casks of salmon taken at Ber

London, : Printed for Iane Coe, June 12. 1646
1646
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Severall letters of great importance, and good successe. Lately obtained against the fellowship of Bristow, by Captain William Smith, Captain of His Majesties ship called the Swallow, now in service for the King and Parliament. And likewise the Lord Admiralls design upon Bristoll, and the Navy making ready there under the command of Sir Iohn Pennington
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral
London : Printed for Lawrence Blaiklock, at the signe of the Sugar-loafe neare Temple Barre, 1643
1643
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A true and exact relation of the proceedings and victorious successe of the ships in the service of the King and Parliament, which were sent for the reliefe of Ireland, under the command of Captaine Swanley, Admirall: in the taking divers ships in Milford Haven. As also their valorous undertakings (& the wonderfull blessing of God upon them) in the principality of Wales, in taking divers castles, commanders, ammunition, souldiers, and in the totall subduing of the county of Pembroke. Written by
Smith, William, Vice-Admiral
Printed at London : by Richard Cotes, 1644
1644
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True and jowfull [sic] newes from the Earle of Warwick, wherein is contained a true declaration of a great prize taken by the said Earle, videlicet, 30. ships, 30 tune of powder, 80 commanders, 23 great brasse pieces, 200 small brasse pieces, 2000 muskets and pistolls, and much bullion. Also another relation of a famous victory obtained by the Lord Fairfax neere Wakefield, where he surprized 32 colours, 30 barrells of powder, Coll. Goring and Ramsey prisoners, 1500 prisoners, besides all Gorings

London : Printed by Robert Austin and Andrew Coe, May. 29. 1643
1643
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A true and perfect relation of the taking of a great ship at Yarmouth, October 4. Sent from the Queen out of Holland to the Kings Majesty, wherein was ten pieces of ordnance, 50. barrels of powder, and 100. and 50. commanders, as it was informed to the House of Commons, October 6. Also Her Majesties letter to the King, read before the committee, October the sixth, which letter was taken in the said ship at Yarmouth. Likewise the manner of Master Hothams taking of Keywood Castle in Yorkshire, sin

[London] : October 7. Printed for H. Blake, 1642
1642
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The true list of His Majesties Navie Royall, and merchants ships, their names, captaines and lievtenants, their men, and burthens in every one, now setting forth for the guard of the narrow seas, and for Ireland, this yeare, 1642. Algernon Piercie, Earle of Northumberland, Lord Piercie, Lucie, Poynings, Fitz Paine, Bryan and Lattimer, Knight of the most noble order of the garter, and one of his Majesties most Honhurable [sic] Privie Councell, Lord high Admirall of England, and Lord Generall of h

London : Printed for John Thomas, [1642]
1642
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True newes from our navie, now at sea: shewing the most remarkable passages there since His Excellency the Earl of Warwicks departure thence, including these particulars. Namely, the taking of a ship neere to Silley, laden with ammunition from Saint Maloes, and bound for Sir Ralph Hopton in Cornwall. The intercepting divers letters, from the malignant fugitives, to divers in the Kings army. The taking two Turks men of warre, being Argier pirates, neere unto our coast. The surprising of two vesse

London : Printed for Francis Wright, Anno Dom. 1642
1642
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A true relation of some notable passages faithfully performed on the coasts of England and Ireland, by some of the ships under the command of the Right Honorable Robert Earle of VVarvvick for the service of King and Parliament. As it was certified by two letters sent to the honorable committee for the navy

London : Printed by Francis Leach, for Lawrance Blackelock, and are to bee [sic] sold at his shop at Temple-Barre, Iuly the 8. 1643
1643
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A True relation of the proceedings of Colonell Langharne, and others, in the County of Pembrooke, against the Earle of Carbery and his forces. Together with the names of the ships appointed by the right Honourable Robert Earle of Warwick, for the guarding of the coasts of Ireland. With a schedule of the prisoners of note and quality, with the ordnance and armes, together with the ships there taken. Attested under the hand of Captaine Richard Swanley Reare Admirall. Printed according to Order

London : Printed by L. N. for Francis Eglesfeild, and are about to be sold at the signe of the Marygold in Pauls Church-yard, 1644
1644
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A true relation of very good service done by the Antilope and some other ships, under the Earle of Warwicks command at Barwicke, Newcastle, and the Holy Island, the latter end of May, and beginning of Iune last 1643. Faithfully expressed in a letter from a Gentleman of quality, who was in the service, to a friend of his in London
Gentleman of quality who was in the service
London : Iuly 4. Printed by Elizabeth Purslow, 1643
1643
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