Bourne, N., & Early English Books Online. (1642). A [sic] exact and true relation of the battell fought on Saturday last at Acton, between the Kings Army, and the Earle of Essex his forces: With the number that were slain on both sides. Also, a true relation of the taking of the Earl of Middlesex, Sir Kellam Digby, and the Lord of Dorsets son, on Saturday the 12. of Nov. at Mile-end-Green, in a coach, coming to view the works. Sent from the Army from one Master Bourn an officer under Colonell Hollis. London: Printed for Tho: Cook.MLA Citation
Bourne, Nehemiah, and Early English Books Online. A [sic] Exact and True Relation of the Battell Fought On Saturday Last At Acton, between the Kings Army, and the Earle of Essex His Forces: With the Number That Were Slain On Both Sides. Also, a True Relation of the Taking of the Earl of Middlesex, Sir Kellam Digby, and the Lord of Dorsets Son, On Saturday the 12. of Nov. At Mile-end-Green, in a Coach, Coming to View the Works. Sent From the Army From One Master Bourn an Officer Under Colonell Hollis. London: Printed for Tho: Cook, 1642.