APA Citation

(1643). A true relation of a gret [sic] fight between the Kings forces and the Parliaments, at Chinner neer Tame on Saturday last: With the manner how the Kings forces made the assault, and by what meanes they were forced to retreat. Also in what manner Colonell Hampden is wounded, with the names of the chiefe commanders that were killed and taken prisoners on both sides: as also the firing and burning of the towne of Chinner, by the Kings forces, and many other remarkable passages concerning the said fight. London: Printed by B. A. for Robert Wood, and Iohn Grenesmith.

Chicago Style Citation

A True Relation of a Gret [sic] Fight between the Kings Forces and the Parliaments, At Chinner Neer Tame On Saturday Last: With the Manner How the Kings Forces Made the Assault, and By What Meanes They Were Forced to Retreat. Also in What Manner Colonell Hampden Is Wounded, With the Names of the Chiefe Commanders That Were Killed and Taken Prisoners On Both Sides: As Also the Firing and Burning of the Towne of Chinner, By the Kings Forces, and Many Other Remarkable Passages Concerning the Said Fight. London: Printed by B. A. for Robert Wood, and Iohn Grenesmith, 1643.

MLA Citation

A True Relation of a Gret [sic] Fight between the Kings Forces and the Parliaments, At Chinner Neer Tame On Saturday Last: With the Manner How the Kings Forces Made the Assault, and By What Meanes They Were Forced to Retreat. Also in What Manner Colonell Hampden Is Wounded, With the Names of the Chiefe Commanders That Were Killed and Taken Prisoners On Both Sides: As Also the Firing and Burning of the Towne of Chinner, By the Kings Forces, and Many Other Remarkable Passages Concerning the Said Fight. London: Printed by B. A. for Robert Wood, and Iohn Grenesmith, 1643.

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