Battle of Cádiz
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- Battle of Cádiz (1587): in the Anglo-Spanish War, Francis Drake torched the harbour's merchant ships but was repelled outside the city.
- Battle of Cádiz (1596): a raid by Charles Howard and Robert Devereux in the Anglo-Spanish War.
- Battle of Cádiz (1625): an unsuccessful raid by an English force under the Duke of Buckingham.
- Battle of Cádiz (1640): a French squadron led by Armand de Maillé-Brézé attacked a Spanish convoy during the Thirty Years' War.
- Battle of Cádiz (1656): an operation in the Anglo-Spanish War (1654) in which an English fleet destroyed and captured a Spanish treasure fleet.
- Battle of Cádiz (1669): the Mary Rose under John Kempthorne fought off seven Algerine ships.
- Battle of Cádiz (1702): in the War of the Spanish Succession, Francisco de Villadarias defeated an Anglo-Dutch force led by George Rooke.
- Blockade of Cadiz (1762) prevented Spanish ships leaving port and going to the aid of Spain's colonies which were under British attack
- Blockade of Cádiz (1797) Defense of Cádiz against the Royal Navy led by Mazarredo.
- Battle of Cádiz (1810): in the Peninsular War, the French besieged an allied army in the city.
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