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Captain James Lambert, captain of the Anne a 3d rate slaine the same day.

Captain John Cuttell, captain of the Heelor a 5th rate sunke with his ship the same day (after having brought an Eastindia man by the lee) by a man of warr of the enemyes.

Captain Phineas Pett, captain of the Tiger a 401 rate slaine in fight with a Zealand caper in the Soundings.

Sir William Berkeley, vice admiral of the white and captain of the Swiftsure a 2d rate slaine the llth of June 1666.

Sir Christopher Myngs, vice admiral to Prince Ruperts squadron, died of wounds received the same engagement; hee was then captain of the Victory a 2d rate.

Captain Henry Tearne, captain of the Tryumph a 2d rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain Philip Bacon, captain of the Bristoll a 4tn rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain Jeffery Dare, of the House of Sweete, a Dutch prize of the 3d rate slaine at the same tyme.

Captain John Gethings, captain of the Blacke Buil a Dutch prize of the 4tn rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain John Whitty, captain of the Vanguard a 2d rate slaine the same engagement. *

Captain Peter Mootham, captain of the Princesse a 41* rate slain the same engagement.

Captain Walter Wood, captain of the Henrietta a 3tt rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain Thomas Chappell, captain of the Cloue-tree a Dutch prize of the 2d rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain Roger Miller, captain of the Plymouth a 3d rate dyed of wounds received the same tyme.

Captain John Coppin, captain of the St. George a 2d rate slaine the same engagement.

Captain Hugh Seymour, captain of the Foresight a 4*° rate slaine on St. Jams's day 1).

Captain John Parker, captain of the Yarmouth a 4tn rate slaine the same day.

Captain William Martin, captain of the Estindia London a hired 4tn rate slaine the same day.

Captain Joseph Sanders, captain of the Breda a 4th rate died of wounds received in the June engagement 1666.

Captain Brookes, captain of the Little Mary a 6tn rate slaine off Yarmouth October 1666.

1) 4 Aug. 1666.

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