Early English Books Online. (1652). A bloudy fight in France, between the Kings army, and the Parliaments, neer the city of Paris: With the manner how the citizens sallyed forth, and the great defeat given them by His Majesties horse, commanded by the titular Duke of York; with the besieging of the city; and a treaty for the surrender: also, a great victory obtained by the English against the French at sea; the number of ships sunk and taken; and the seizing of the most richest prize that hath been known for many years. London: Printed for Richard Hare.MLA Citation
Early English Books Online. A Bloudy Fight in France, between the Kings Army, and the Parliaments, Neer the City of Paris: With the Manner How the Citizens Sallyed Forth, and the Great Defeat Given Them By His Majesties Horse, Commanded By the Titular Duke of York; With the Besieging of the City; and a Treaty for the Surrender: Also, a Great Victory Obtained By the English against the French At Sea; the Number of Ships Sunk and Taken; and the Seizing of the Most Richest Prize That Hath Been Known for Many Years. London: Printed for Richard Hare, 1652.