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CGS   Link to this

Along with the portraits of the winners of battle of Lowerstof be other paintings that SP would admire.
http://www.peterlely.artvibrations.com/peterlel...
1666-Flagmen-of-Lowestoft,-Edward-Montagu,-1625-72,-1st-Earl-of-Sandwich

1665-1666-Flagmen-of-Lowestoft,-Vice-Admiral-Sir-William-Berkeley,-1639-66

1665-1666-Flagmen-of-Lowestoft,-Admiral-Sir-William-Penn,-1621-70

1665-1666-lagmen-of-Lowestoft,-Admiral-Sir-George-Ayscue,-active-1646-71

1665-Flagmen-of-Lowestoft,-Admiral-Sir-Thomas-Allin
etc:

CGS   Link to this

battle of lowerstoft 346 years later
Dutch win
"....At the time there were still seven or eight trawlers here, as well as some 20 inshore boats. These days, there are no trawlers left, their quotas having been sold to Dutch trawlers...."

: lowestoft http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7448361.stm

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