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their Ships being allready turned before the wind so great a calm arose that they could not stir from their places. Which happened very conveniently to put an end to the affair; for ours having come up with each of their's took them, so that very few of the of the whole number [[addition]] * [[/addition]] came to and by means of ^ [[addition]] the [[/addition]] Night; the Battle having lasted from four o. clock in the Morning till sun Set. XVI. By this Battle an end was put t othe war with the Veneti & the whole sea coast: for as all the Youth as also those more advanced in years in which there was any dignity or council