He must have escaped for later we hear of him on another foreign mission, this time being captured by Turkish pirates, sold as a slave then ransomed only to return for the Civil War when he was appointed a captain for the Kings army, fighting the Round Heads.
As if this was not enough, he was to fight a famous duel and ended up shooting his opponent. After this his luck ran out, he had various ups and downs, living in obscurity for some time. He died in prison in 1682.
He packed the most into his life of 63 years despite only being knee-high and riding a pony.