Charles I had appointed Sir John Pennington as the Admiral of
his naval fleet on 30th June. The following day, however,
Parliament declared that the position of Admiral should be given to
the Earl of Warwick. On 2nd July, the navy resolved the situation
by declaring its allegiance in favour of Parliament, and agreeing
to accept the command of Warwick.
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