APA Citation

Winslow, E. (1624). Good nevves from New-England: or A true relation of things very remarkable at the plantation of Plimoth in Nevv-England: Shewing the wondrous providence and goodnes of God, in their preservation and continuance, being delivered from many apparant deaths and dangers. Together with a relation of such religious and civill lawes and customes, as are in practise amongst the Indians, adjoyning to them at this day. As also what commodities are there to be raysed for the maintenance of that and other plantations in the said country. Written by E.W. who hath borne a part in the fore-named troubles, and there liued since their first arrivall. Wherevnto is added by him a briefe relation of a credible intelligence of the present estate of Virginia. London: Printed by I. D[awson and Eliot's Court Press] for William Bladen and Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at their shops, at the Bible in Pauls-Church-yard, and at the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill, neere the Royall Exchange.

Chicago Style Citation

Winslow, Edward. Good Nevves From New-England: Or A True Relation of Things Very Remarkable At the Plantation of Plimoth in Nevv-England: Shewing the Wondrous Providence and Goodnes of God, in Their Preservation and Continuance, Being Delivered From Many Apparant Deaths and Dangers. Together With a Relation of Such Religious and Civill Lawes and Customes, As Are in Practise Amongst the Indians, Adjoyning to Them At This Day. As Also What Commodities Are There to Be Raysed for the Maintenance of That and Other Plantations in the Said Country. Written By E.W. Who Hath Borne a Part in the Fore-named Troubles, and There Liued Since Their First Arrivall. Wherevnto Is Added By Him a Briefe Relation of a Credible Intelligence of the Present Estate of Virginia. London: Printed by I. D[awson and Eliot's Court Press] for William Bladen and Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at their shops, at the Bible in Pauls-Church-yard, and at the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1624.

MLA Citation

Winslow, Edward. Good Nevves From New-England: Or A True Relation of Things Very Remarkable At the Plantation of Plimoth in Nevv-England: Shewing the Wondrous Providence and Goodnes of God, in Their Preservation and Continuance, Being Delivered From Many Apparant Deaths and Dangers. Together With a Relation of Such Religious and Civill Lawes and Customes, As Are in Practise Amongst the Indians, Adjoyning to Them At This Day. As Also What Commodities Are There to Be Raysed for the Maintenance of That and Other Plantations in the Said Country. Written By E.W. Who Hath Borne a Part in the Fore-named Troubles, and There Liued Since Their First Arrivall. Wherevnto Is Added By Him a Briefe Relation of a Credible Intelligence of the Present Estate of Virginia. London: Printed by I. D[awson and Eliot's Court Press] for William Bladen and Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at their shops, at the Bible in Pauls-Church-yard, and at the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1624.

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