APA Citation

(1648). The Armies petition: or A nevv engagement of many in the Army, vvho are yet faithfull to the people: Being a perfect relation of the late proceedings of the agents of divers regiments of horse : with the manner of their imprisonment, by some officers; with the petition of Col. Riches regiment to the generall for the release of their agents. [S.l.: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

The Armies Petition: Or A Nevv Engagement of Many in the Army, Vvho Are yet Faithfull to the People: Being a Perfect Relation of the Late Proceedings of the Agents of Divers Regiments of Horse : With the Manner of Their Imprisonment, By Some Officers; With the Petition of Col. Riches Regiment to the Generall for the Release of Their Agents. [S.l.: s.n., 1648.

MLA Citation

The Armies Petition: Or A Nevv Engagement of Many in the Army, Vvho Are yet Faithfull to the People: Being a Perfect Relation of the Late Proceedings of the Agents of Divers Regiments of Horse : With the Manner of Their Imprisonment, By Some Officers; With the Petition of Col. Riches Regiment to the Generall for the Release of Their Agents. [S.l.: s.n., 1648.

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