Journal of the action upon the coast of Spain 1626.

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Printed in the yeare Spine title: Action upon the coast of Spaine. S.T.C.

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Description: 33 pages 21 cm. Series Title: English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile, no. Other Titles: Iovrnall and relation of the action Action upon the coast of Spaine # Journall of the action upon the coast.

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A iournall, and a relation of the action: which by his Maiesties commandment, Edward Lord Cecil, Baron of Putney, and Viscount of Wimbledon, admirall, and lieutenant generall of his Maiesties forces, did vndertake vpon the coast of Spaine, by Edward Cecil Wimbledon (Book).

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