APA Citation

White, T. (1652). An exact and perfect relation relation [sic] of the terrible, and bloudy fight: between the English and Dutch fleets in the Downs, on Wednesday the 19 of May, 1652: Relating, how Martin Van Trump the Dutch Admiral, upon General Blagues friendly salutation, set forth his bloudy flag of defiance; with the whole particulars of the fight, and the manner of the engagement. Also, a list of our admirals ships that engaged in the aforesaid fight; and the names of those those [sic] that lost men in this service, with the namber [sic] of them that were slain and wounded on both sides; together wth [sic] the sinking of one of the Hollanders, the taking of 3, and the total spoiling of their whole fleet; with their flight to deep in France, and what hapned [sic] to the English in the pursuit. Being the true copy of a letter sent to Mr. Richard Bostock of London, Merchant. Published according to order, and printed for the satisfaction of all that desire to be truly informed. London: Printed for Robert Wood.

Chicago Style Citation

White, Thomas. An Exact and Perfect Relation Relation [sic] of the Terrible, and Bloudy Fight: Between the English and Dutch Fleets in the Downs, On Wednesday the 19 of May, 1652: Relating, How Martin Van Trump the Dutch Admiral, Upon General Blagues Friendly Salutation, Set Forth His Bloudy Flag of Defiance; With the Whole Particulars of the Fight, and the Manner of the Engagement. Also, a List of Our Admirals Ships That Engaged in the Aforesaid Fight; and the Names of Those Those [sic] That Lost Men in This Service, With the Namber [sic] of Them That Were Slain and Wounded On Both Sides; Together Wth [sic] the Sinking of One of the Hollanders, the Taking of 3, and the Total Spoiling of Their Whole Fleet; With Their Flight to Deep in France, and What Hapned [sic] to the English in the Pursuit. Being the True Copy of a Letter Sent to Mr. Richard Bostock of London, Merchant. Published According to Order, and Printed for the Satisfaction of All That Desire to Be Truly Informed. London: Printed for Robert Wood, 1652.

MLA Citation

White, Thomas. An Exact and Perfect Relation Relation [sic] of the Terrible, and Bloudy Fight: Between the English and Dutch Fleets in the Downs, On Wednesday the 19 of May, 1652: Relating, How Martin Van Trump the Dutch Admiral, Upon General Blagues Friendly Salutation, Set Forth His Bloudy Flag of Defiance; With the Whole Particulars of the Fight, and the Manner of the Engagement. Also, a List of Our Admirals Ships That Engaged in the Aforesaid Fight; and the Names of Those Those [sic] That Lost Men in This Service, With the Namber [sic] of Them That Were Slain and Wounded On Both Sides; Together Wth [sic] the Sinking of One of the Hollanders, the Taking of 3, and the Total Spoiling of Their Whole Fleet; With Their Flight to Deep in France, and What Hapned [sic] to the English in the Pursuit. Being the True Copy of a Letter Sent to Mr. Richard Bostock of London, Merchant. Published According to Order, and Printed for the Satisfaction of All That Desire to Be Truly Informed. London: Printed for Robert Wood, 1652.

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