APA Citation

Trivery, J., & Early English Books Online. (1642). A true relation of the prcsent [sic] estate of Cornwall: With the true proceedings of Captaine Pym; VVho is with his forces at Plimouth, hindering the passage of the Lord Mohone, which with seventeen thousand cavaliers, endeavoureth to joyne his forces with his Majesty. Whereunto is annexed severall remarkeable passages concerning the cavaliers behaviour, since their abode in Oxfordshire. London: Printed by T. F. for R. G..

Chicago Style Citation

Trivery, Jeremiah., and Early English Books Online. A True Relation of the Prcsent [sic] Estate of Cornwall: With the True Proceedings of Captaine Pym; VVho Is With His Forces At Plimouth, Hindering the Passage of the Lord Mohone, Which With Seventeen Thousand Cavaliers, Endeavoureth to Joyne His Forces With His Majesty. Whereunto Is Annexed Severall Remarkeable Passages Concerning the Cavaliers Behaviour, Since Their Abode in Oxfordshire. London: Printed by T. F. for R. G., 1642.

MLA Citation

Trivery, Jeremiah., and Early English Books Online. A True Relation of the Prcsent [sic] Estate of Cornwall: With the True Proceedings of Captaine Pym; VVho Is With His Forces At Plimouth, Hindering the Passage of the Lord Mohone, Which With Seventeen Thousand Cavaliers, Endeavoureth to Joyne His Forces With His Majesty. Whereunto Is Annexed Severall Remarkeable Passages Concerning the Cavaliers Behaviour, Since Their Abode in Oxfordshire. London: Printed by T. F. for R. G., 1642.

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