APA Citation

(1642). Exceeding happy newes from Oxford: Declaring, the proceedings of the Lord Sey against the cavaleers, and how he beat Sir Iohn Biron, and the rest out of their trenches, with the losse of three of four men, and hath now placed a strong garrison in the city, so that there is not a cavaleer left therein, or thereabouts. Likewise an exact relation of a remarkable battell, fought by Sir John Hotham against the Earles of Cumberland and Newcastle, neer Beverley in Yorkshire, Septem. 14. and how he defeated the whole army, killing many of them, and so obtained a glorious and joyfull victory. Likewise true intelligence from Westchester, declaring the Kings Majesties resolution. [London]: Sept. 17. Printed for John Wight [sic], by Authority.

Chicago Style Citation

Exceeding Happy Newes From Oxford: Declaring, the Proceedings of the Lord Sey against the Cavaleers, and How He Beat Sir Iohn Biron, and the Rest Out of Their Trenches, With the Losse of Three of Four Men, and Hath Now Placed a Strong Garrison in the City, so That There Is Not a Cavaleer Left Therein, or Thereabouts. Likewise an Exact Relation of a Remarkable Battell, Fought By Sir John Hotham against the Earles of Cumberland and Newcastle, Neer Beverley in Yorkshire, Septem. 14. and How He Defeated the Whole Army, Killing Many of Them, and so Obtained a Glorious and Joyfull Victory. Likewise True Intelligence From Westchester, Declaring the Kings Majesties Resolution. [London]: Sept. 17. Printed for John Wight [sic], by Authority, 1642.

MLA Citation

Exceeding Happy Newes From Oxford: Declaring, the Proceedings of the Lord Sey against the Cavaleers, and How He Beat Sir Iohn Biron, and the Rest Out of Their Trenches, With the Losse of Three of Four Men, and Hath Now Placed a Strong Garrison in the City, so That There Is Not a Cavaleer Left Therein, or Thereabouts. Likewise an Exact Relation of a Remarkable Battell, Fought By Sir John Hotham against the Earles of Cumberland and Newcastle, Neer Beverley in Yorkshire, Septem. 14. and How He Defeated the Whole Army, Killing Many of Them, and so Obtained a Glorious and Joyfull Victory. Likewise True Intelligence From Westchester, Declaring the Kings Majesties Resolution. [London]: Sept. 17. Printed for John Wight [sic], by Authority, 1642.

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