APA Citation

(1642). A true relation of a great battell fought betwixt the Earle of Essex, and Prince Robert their forces, with the manner of the taking Prince Robert prisoner, and divers other commander. Signified to both houses, Sept. 20: Also the manner of the death of Sir Iohn Byron, who with twenty eight cavaleers more were slaine upon Aubingley Heath in Worcrstershire [sic], by the inhabitants of the vaile of Esom, and the rest of the cavaleers put to flight. Together with the noble resolution of the Lord Sey, Col. Hambden, and Col. Goodwyn, who with their foot-forces, and six hundred dragoneers, marched from Oxford towards Worcester on wednesday last, to correct and punish those insolent cavaleers, and to secure those counties from their barbarous insolence, and cruell oppression. London: Printed for I. White.

Chicago Style Citation

A True Relation of a Great Battell Fought Betwixt the Earle of Essex, and Prince Robert Their Forces, With the Manner of the Taking Prince Robert Prisoner, and Divers Other Commander. Signified to Both Houses, Sept. 20: Also the Manner of the Death of Sir Iohn Byron, Who With Twenty Eight Cavaleers More Were Slaine Upon Aubingley Heath in Worcrstershire [sic], By the Inhabitants of the Vaile of Esom, and the Rest of the Cavaleers Put to Flight. Together With the Noble Resolution of the Lord Sey, Col. Hambden, and Col. Goodwyn, Who With Their Foot-forces, and Six Hundred Dragoneers, Marched From Oxford Towards Worcester On Wednesday Last, to Correct and Punish Those Insolent Cavaleers, and to Secure Those Counties From Their Barbarous Insolence, and Cruell Oppression. London: Printed for I. White, 1642.

MLA Citation

A True Relation of a Great Battell Fought Betwixt the Earle of Essex, and Prince Robert Their Forces, With the Manner of the Taking Prince Robert Prisoner, and Divers Other Commander. Signified to Both Houses, Sept. 20: Also the Manner of the Death of Sir Iohn Byron, Who With Twenty Eight Cavaleers More Were Slaine Upon Aubingley Heath in Worcrstershire [sic], By the Inhabitants of the Vaile of Esom, and the Rest of the Cavaleers Put to Flight. Together With the Noble Resolution of the Lord Sey, Col. Hambden, and Col. Goodwyn, Who With Their Foot-forces, and Six Hundred Dragoneers, Marched From Oxford Towards Worcester On Wednesday Last, to Correct and Punish Those Insolent Cavaleers, and to Secure Those Counties From Their Barbarous Insolence, and Cruell Oppression. London: Printed for I. White, 1642.

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