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#A libell of Spanish lies found at the sacke of Cales, discoursing the fight in the West Indies, twixt the English nauie being fourteene ships and pinasses, and a fleete of twentie saile of the king of Spaines, and of the death of Sir Francis Drake. With an answere briefely confuting the Spanish lies, and a short relation of the fight according to truth, written by Henrie Sauile Esquire, employed captaine in one of her Maiesties shippes, in the same seruice against the Spaniard. And also an approbation of this discourse, by Sir Thomas Baskeruile, then generall of the English fleete in that seruice: auowing the maintenance thereof, personally in armes against Don Bernaldino ...#

##Savile, Henry, Captain.## A libell of Spanish lies found at the sacke of Cales, discoursing the fight in the West Indies, twixt the English nauie being fourteene ships and pinasses, and a fleete of twentie saile of the king of Spaines, and of the death of Sir Francis Drake. With an answere briefely confuting the Spanish lies, and a short relation of the fight according to truth, written by Henrie Sauile Esquire, employed captaine in one of her Maiesties shippes, in the same seruice against the Spaniard. And also an approbation of this discourse, by Sir Thomas Baskeruile, then generall of the English fleete in that seruice: auowing the maintenance thereof, personally in armes against Don Bernaldino ... Savile, Henry, Captain.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### celestial model

  1. TO THE COVERteous Reader.

#####Body##### COPIA DE VNA Carta, •embio Don Bernaldino Delgadillo de Auellaneda, General dela Armada de su Magest

  1. THE ANSWERE TO The Spanish letter.

    _ First whereas the Generall doth say, that Fraunces Drake dyed at Nombre de Dios, as he had intelligence by an Indian.

    _ Secondly, The general doth write vnto the doctor, that Frances Drake dyed for verie griefe that hee had lost so many Barkes and men.

    _ Thirdly, The generall doth say of his owne credite, and not by intelligence from any Indian or other, that on the eleauenth of March last hee met the English fleete at the Isle of Pinas, being fourteene good Shippes, who although they had the winde of him, yet hee set vppon them three times with all their Shippes, but the English fleete fled, and refused to fight shooting now and then a shot, but especially the Admirall.

    _ Fourthly, The generall saith, that the English fleete fled awaye, and left their Oares for haste behind them in the Sea.

    _ Fiftly, The generall doth say in his Printed letter, that notwithstanding all the diligence he could vse, hee coulde not cause the English fleete to staie nor come neere them, nor discharge one Hargebush or peece of Artillerie, but fled away as fast as they could.

    _ Sixtly, The generall saith in his letter, that notwithstanding their flying away so fast, the English left them one good Shippe well manned, who told him that the Drake dyed in Nombre de Dios, in which Shippe were one hundred and fourtie men, and fifteene noble Captaines of the best sorte.

  2. THE MEETING Of our English Nauie and the Spanish fleete, and the order of our encounter.

#####Back#####

  1. THOMAS BASKERVILE KNIGHT, His approbation to this Booke. Galleon Types of content
  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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