APA Citation

(1642). Terrible nevves from Hull: Concerning a great conspiracy which was intended against Sir Iohn Hotham, and the rest of the inhabitants of the said town, by divers cavaleers who lay neer unto the said town of Hull. Wherein is declared how this plot was discovered, and how Sir Iohn Hotham plaid against them with his ordinance, and beat them off from the walls, killing a great number of them. Also the Kings Majesties command to the Earle of Warwicke, and the Earl of Warwicks answer to the same, declaring his loyall intention and resolution, concerning the Kings Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament. Likewise the Parliaments resolution concerning the Earl of Essex. Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. [London]: July 20. London. Printed for Edward Iohnson.

Chicago Style Citation

Terrible Nevves From Hull: Concerning a Great Conspiracy Which Was Intended against Sir Iohn Hotham, and the Rest of the Inhabitants of the Said Town, By Divers Cavaleers Who Lay Neer Unto the Said Town of Hull. Wherein Is Declared How This Plot Was Discovered, and How Sir Iohn Hotham Plaid against Them With His Ordinance, and Beat Them Off From the Walls, Killing a Great Number of Them. Also the Kings Majesties Command to the Earle of Warwicke, and the Earl of Warwicks Answer to the Same, Declaring His Loyall Intention and Resolution, Concerning the Kings Majesty, and Both Houses of Parliament. Likewise the Parliaments Resolution Concerning the Earl of Essex. Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. [London]: July 20. London. Printed for Edward Iohnson, 1642.

MLA Citation

Terrible Nevves From Hull: Concerning a Great Conspiracy Which Was Intended against Sir Iohn Hotham, and the Rest of the Inhabitants of the Said Town, By Divers Cavaleers Who Lay Neer Unto the Said Town of Hull. Wherein Is Declared How This Plot Was Discovered, and How Sir Iohn Hotham Plaid against Them With His Ordinance, and Beat Them Off From the Walls, Killing a Great Number of Them. Also the Kings Majesties Command to the Earle of Warwicke, and the Earl of Warwicks Answer to the Same, Declaring His Loyall Intention and Resolution, Concerning the Kings Majesty, and Both Houses of Parliament. Likewise the Parliaments Resolution Concerning the Earl of Essex. Iohn Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. [London]: July 20. London. Printed for Edward Iohnson, 1642.

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