A great fight near Pendennis Castle in Cornwall between the Lord Hopton, and the Parliaments forces, upon the landing of his men for the fetching in of provision; with the number killed and wounded on both sides. Also, another bloudy fight at sea, between a squadron of the Princes fleet, and 18. marchants ships which were coming for London; with the particulars thereof, the number that were slain, two of the enemies ships sunk, and the rest chased to the Isle of Scilley. Together with severall propositions made by the General Councell of the Army; and their resolutions touching the Navy at sea, and the Army in Ireland

Imprinted at London : for R.W., 2. Aprill, 1649

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