APA Citation

(1648). Victorious nevves from the north: To all the Kings Majesties loyall subjects; declaring the proceedings of Generall Monro, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, concerning the ingagement of both armies, and the relation of a bloudy fight, with the numbers killed and taken. Also, their further proceedings, and Mornroes new designe touching the north, with a letter from the Estates of Scotland to the said Generall, their raising of new forces, and their desires concerning Liuet. Gen. Cromwell. Likewise, new propositions from the citizens of London, to the commoners of England, concerning the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and the people of this nation. [London: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Victorious Nevves From the North: To All the Kings Majesties Loyall Subjects; Declaring the Proceedings of Generall Monro, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, Concerning the Ingagement of Both Armies, and the Relation of a Bloudy Fight, With the Numbers Killed and Taken. Also, Their Further Proceedings, and Mornroes New Designe Touching the North, With a Letter From the Estates of Scotland to the Said Generall, Their Raising of New Forces, and Their Desires Concerning Liuet. Gen. Cromwell. Likewise, New Propositions From the Citizens of London, to the Commoners of England, Concerning the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the People of This Nation. [London: s.n.], 1648.

MLA Citation

Victorious Nevves From the North: To All the Kings Majesties Loyall Subjects; Declaring the Proceedings of Generall Monro, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, Concerning the Ingagement of Both Armies, and the Relation of a Bloudy Fight, With the Numbers Killed and Taken. Also, Their Further Proceedings, and Mornroes New Designe Touching the North, With a Letter From the Estates of Scotland to the Said Generall, Their Raising of New Forces, and Their Desires Concerning Liuet. Gen. Cromwell. Likewise, New Propositions From the Citizens of London, to the Commoners of England, Concerning the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the People of This Nation. [London: s.n.], 1648.

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