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[[underline]] Cæsar Lib III. Cap XIV. [[/underline]] All the rest depended upon valour in which ours easily excelled and the more because the affair was carried on in the fight of Cæsar and of the whole army; so that no extraordinary action of valour could be hid for all the hill and high ground from whence there was a near prospect of the Sea were occupied by the army. XV. The yards being forin down as we have said ^[[addition]] [[underline]] when [[/underline]] [[/addition]] two or three of our's surrounded one of theirs our men men used their utmost endeavours to board the Enemies Ships which when the Barbarians perceived several of their Ships being taken & no remidy being found for this they attempted to have themselves by slight itr'd