APA Citation

T. S. (1648). A true and exact relation of the taking of Colchester: Sent in a letter from an officer of the Army, (who was present during the siege in that service,) to a Member of the House of Commons. VVith a list of the ordnance, arms, and of 3076. private souldiers there taken: also a list of the names of most of the officers of note, and an account of the cause of giving no quarter to Sir Charles Lucas, and Sir George Lyle. London: Printed by Robert White for Iohn Partridge.

Chicago Style Citation

T. S. A True and Exact Relation of the Taking of Colchester: Sent in a Letter From an Officer of the Army, (who Was Present During the Siege in That Service,) to a Member of the House of Commons. VVith a List of the Ordnance, Arms, and of 3076. Private Souldiers There Taken: Also a List of the Names of Most of the Officers of Note, and an Account of the Cause of Giving No Quarter to Sir Charles Lucas, and Sir George Lyle. London: Printed by Robert White for Iohn Partridge, 1648.

MLA Citation

T. S. A True and Exact Relation of the Taking of Colchester: Sent in a Letter From an Officer of the Army, (who Was Present During the Siege in That Service,) to a Member of the House of Commons. VVith a List of the Ordnance, Arms, and of 3076. Private Souldiers There Taken: Also a List of the Names of Most of the Officers of Note, and an Account of the Cause of Giving No Quarter to Sir Charles Lucas, and Sir George Lyle. London: Printed by Robert White for Iohn Partridge, 1648.

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