APA Citation

(1648). The fight in Kent betweene the army and the Kentish men: Also the Lord Generals message; and their desires to the Parliament. And the castle taken at Chepstow: vvhere Sir Nicholas Kemish was slain, all his men taken prisoners at mercy: 20 piece of ordnance taken, 30 barrels of powder, and above 1000 armes. May. 31. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott. London: Printed for H. Becke, and are to be sold in the Old Bayley.

Chicago Style Citation

The Fight in Kent Betweene the Army and the Kentish Men: Also the Lord Generals Message; and Their Desires to the Parliament. And the Castle Taken At Chepstow: Vvhere Sir Nicholas Kemish Was Slain, All His Men Taken Prisoners At Mercy: 20 Piece of Ordnance Taken, 30 Barrels of Powder, and Above 1000 Armes. May. 31. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott. London: Printed for H. Becke, and are to be sold in the Old Bayley, 1648.

MLA Citation

The Fight in Kent Betweene the Army and the Kentish Men: Also the Lord Generals Message; and Their Desires to the Parliament. And the Castle Taken At Chepstow: Vvhere Sir Nicholas Kemish Was Slain, All His Men Taken Prisoners At Mercy: 20 Piece of Ordnance Taken, 30 Barrels of Powder, and Above 1000 Armes. May. 31. 1648. Imprimatur, Gilb. Mabbott. London: Printed for H. Becke, and are to be sold in the Old Bayley, 1648.

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