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Three English and Scots regiments served with the Dutch in defense of the United Provinces and Protestantism on the continent since 1585. ” They were subsumed into William III’s unified Army in 1689. See also British Army; Dutch War (1672–1678); officers. Anglo-Dutch Naval Agreement (1689). Signed as part of the diplomatic revolution and shift in the European balance of power that accompanied the Glorious Revolution, this treaty stipulated that in future allied naval actions the ratio 5 Anglo-Dutch Treaty of ships provided would be five British men-of-war for every three Dutch battleships.
It permitted Louis XIV to begin preparations for a war of revenge against the United Provinces: the Dutch War (1672–1678). The treaty compelled Louis to give up Franche-Comté, while permitting him to dismantle its lines and fortifications, laying the province open to easy reoccupation at a future time of his choosing. Madrid conceded several key towns in the Spanish Netherlands which had fallen to French sieges in the opening campaign of 1667: Oudenarde, Tournai, and Lille. The status of this settlement and all the territories it governed was challenged within four years by renewed fighting, when Louis launched the Dutch War (1672–1678) by attacking the United Provinces.
Nevertheless, this skirmish provoked the wider Anglo-Dutch war that each side had long expected. In mid-July Tromp reappeared off The Downs with 100 warships. After losing half this fleet to a great gale (damaged ships repaired for their home ports), he took several large East Indiamen as prizes, cutting them out of a passing convoy. Then he sailed for home. In August there was a fight off Plymouth between de Ruyter and Ayscue: the opposing fleets passing in uncouth order through each other’s lines, thereafter dissolving into a mêlée that led to some loss of life but no lost ships.
Castle Class Corvettes by Norman Goodwin