APA Citation

Fairfax, T. F. (1648). The Lord Generals letter in answer to the message of the Kentish-men, May 31. 1648: The Lord Generals proclamation against plundring, or taking any horses or goods from any of the inhabitants in Kent, and for restoring what hath been taken. Also a perfect relation of relieving Dover Castle, driving the Kentish-men to Rochester, the taking of the bidge [sic] near Norflet in Kent, the number killed and taken prisoners. With the names of the chief actors in this Kentish engagement. June 1. 1648. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. London: Printed for Laurence Chapman.

Chicago Style Citation

Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax. The Lord Generals Letter in Answer to the Message of the Kentish-men, May 31. 1648: The Lord Generals Proclamation against Plundring, or Taking Any Horses or Goods From Any of the Inhabitants in Kent, and for Restoring What Hath Been Taken. Also a Perfect Relation of Relieving Dover Castle, Driving the Kentish-men to Rochester, the Taking of the Bidge [sic] Near Norflet in Kent, the Number Killed and Taken Prisoners. With the Names of the Chief Actors in This Kentish Engagement. June 1. 1648. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. London: Printed for Laurence Chapman, 1648.

MLA Citation

Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax. The Lord Generals Letter in Answer to the Message of the Kentish-men, May 31. 1648: The Lord Generals Proclamation against Plundring, or Taking Any Horses or Goods From Any of the Inhabitants in Kent, and for Restoring What Hath Been Taken. Also a Perfect Relation of Relieving Dover Castle, Driving the Kentish-men to Rochester, the Taking of the Bidge [sic] Near Norflet in Kent, the Number Killed and Taken Prisoners. With the Names of the Chief Actors in This Kentish Engagement. June 1. 1648. Imprimatur Gilbert Mabbot. London: Printed for Laurence Chapman, 1648.

Warning: These citations may not always be 100% accurate.