Copia de una carta que un cavallero, que va embarcado en la Patrona Real, ha escrito a un cavallero desta ciudad, dandole aviso de como en la costa de Cataluna, en el Cabo de Begur descubrieron un vaxel de Turcos [...].
4to. (3) pp., final blank page. With woodcut illustration on the title-page. Sewn.
Scarce account of a naval battle in the Mediterranean that took place near Cap de Begur (Catalonia) between a Spanish vessel and a ship of corsairs from Algiers in April 1623. The latter, carrying "50 Turcs, 4 captured Christians, a black Moorish woman, and a Mallorcan renegade", went up in flames. Allegedly the copy of a letter by a soldier of the Spanish Armada. The illustration shows the Ottoman vessel features 11 sailors at the helms wearing turbans.
Slightly dampstained. Near-contemporary foliation in ink (137-138), suggesting the work was originally part of a larger volume.
Palau 61131. Not in OCLC.