APA (7th ed.) Citation

Hedworth, J., & Dodgson, J. (1651). A copy of a letter written the third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the county of Durham, Esquire, unto John Dodgson, constable at Harraton, John Lax, a leader of coles there, Steven Pattason, a stathe-man there, Ralph Hinderson, a leader of coles there, Robert Vickars, overman there, and to all other workmen whatever, that belong either to the colepits, stathes, or keels of Harraton colliery. s.n..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Hedworth, John, and John Dodgson. A Copy of a Letter Written the Third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the County of Durham, Esquire, Unto John Dodgson, Constable at Harraton, John Lax, a Leader of Coles There, Steven Pattason, a Stathe-man There, Ralph Hinderson, a Leader of Coles There, Robert Vickars, Overman There, and to All Other Workmen Whatever, That Belong Either to the Colepits, Stathes, or Keels of Harraton Colliery. [S.l.: s.n., 1651.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Hedworth, John, and John Dodgson. A Copy of a Letter Written the Third of September 1651. by John Hedworth of Harraton in the County of Durham, Esquire, Unto John Dodgson, Constable at Harraton, John Lax, a Leader of Coles There, Steven Pattason, a Stathe-man There, Ralph Hinderson, a Leader of Coles There, Robert Vickars, Overman There, and to All Other Workmen Whatever, That Belong Either to the Colepits, Stathes, or Keels of Harraton Colliery. s.n., 1651.


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