Norton, R., & Early English Books Online. (1644). Good newes from Portsmouth: Declaring how Colonell Richard Norton governour of Southhampton, met with my Lord Craford and Colonell Ennis regiments, routed them, killed one captaine and captain-lieutenant, besides common souldiers, and took many prisoners, with the losse of onely two men. Sent in a letter to his Excellency (from the said Colonell) and published by his command, for the better satisfaction of such as desire to heare the truth. Jan. 8. 1643. It is his Excellencies pleasure that this letter be forthwith printed. John Baldwin Secretary to his Excellency. London: Printed for Thomas Gould.MLA Citation
Norton, Richard, and Early English Books Online. Good Newes From Portsmouth: Declaring How Colonell Richard Norton Governour of Southhampton, Met With My Lord Craford and Colonell Ennis Regiments, Routed Them, Killed One Captaine and Captain-lieutenant, Besides Common Souldiers, and Took Many Prisoners, With the Losse of Onely Two Men. Sent in a Letter to His Excellency (from the Said Colonell) and Published By His Command, for the Better Satisfaction of Such As Desire to Heare the Truth. Jan. 8. 1643. It Is His Excellencies Pleasure That This Letter Be Forthwith Printed. John Baldwin Secretary to His Excellency. London: Printed for Thomas Gould, 1644.