APA Citation

(1648). A true relation of the passages between the Surrey petitioners, and the souldiers at VVestminster. May the 16. 1648: Clearly proving, by whom the first affront was given, as by the examinations, upon oath appeareth. With the manner of their unparalel'd riot, and audacious contempt of the High Court of Parliament. Published to prevent mis-information, and to satisfie all that are well-willers to the kingdomes peace. Imprimatur, G. Mabbot. London: Printed, by John Clowes.

Chicago Style Citation

A True Relation of the Passages between the Surrey Petitioners, and the Souldiers At VVestminster. May the 16. 1648: Clearly Proving, By Whom the First Affront Was Given, As By the Examinations, Upon Oath Appeareth. With the Manner of Their Unparalel'd Riot, and Audacious Contempt of the High Court of Parliament. Published to Prevent Mis-information, and to Satisfie All That Are Well-willers to the Kingdomes Peace. Imprimatur, G. Mabbot. London: Printed, by John Clowes, 1648.

MLA Citation

A True Relation of the Passages between the Surrey Petitioners, and the Souldiers At VVestminster. May the 16. 1648: Clearly Proving, By Whom the First Affront Was Given, As By the Examinations, Upon Oath Appeareth. With the Manner of Their Unparalel'd Riot, and Audacious Contempt of the High Court of Parliament. Published to Prevent Mis-information, and to Satisfie All That Are Well-willers to the Kingdomes Peace. Imprimatur, G. Mabbot. London: Printed, by John Clowes, 1648.

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