The journey of Cadiz, [ca. 1620].

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The journey of Cadiz, [ca. 1620].

Manuscript on paper, in a single secretary hand, describing England's military and naval activities in Cadiz. Followed by descriptions of subsequent English military expeditions in "The Iland Journeye" to the Azores, "The Defeate at Tournhoult," and "The Battayle of Newport," in the same hand.

1 v. (44 p.) ; 31 x 19 cm.

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