APA Citation

Brereton, J., & Hayes, E. (1602). A briefe and true relation of the discouerie of the north part of Virginia: Being a most pleasant, fruitfull and commodious soile: made this present yeere 1602, by Captaine Bartholomew Gosnold, Captaine Bartholowmew [sic] Gilbert, and diuers other gentlemen their associats, by the permission of the honourable knight, Sir Walter Ralegh, &c. Written by M. Iohn Brereton one of the voyage. Whereunto is annexed a treatise, conteining important inducements for the planting in those parts, and finding a passage that way to the South sea, and China. Written by M. Edward Hayes, a gentleman long since imploied in the like action. Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop.

Chicago Style Citation

Brereton, John, and Edward Hayes. A Briefe and True Relation of the Discouerie of the North Part of Virginia: Being a Most Pleasant, Fruitfull and Commodious Soile: Made This Present Yeere 1602, By Captaine Bartholomew Gosnold, Captaine Bartholowmew [sic] Gilbert, and Diuers Other Gentlemen Their Associats, By the Permission of the Honourable Knight, Sir Walter Ralegh, &c. Written By M. Iohn Brereton One of the Voyage. Whereunto Is Annexed a Treatise, Conteining Important Inducements for the Planting in Those Parts, and Finding a Passage That Way to the South Sea, and China. Written By M. Edward Hayes, a Gentleman Long Since Imploied in the Like Action. Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop, 1602.

MLA Citation

Brereton, John, and Edward Hayes. A Briefe and True Relation of the Discouerie of the North Part of Virginia: Being a Most Pleasant, Fruitfull and Commodious Soile: Made This Present Yeere 1602, By Captaine Bartholomew Gosnold, Captaine Bartholowmew [sic] Gilbert, and Diuers Other Gentlemen Their Associats, By the Permission of the Honourable Knight, Sir Walter Ralegh, &c. Written By M. Iohn Brereton One of the Voyage. Whereunto Is Annexed a Treatise, Conteining Important Inducements for the Planting in Those Parts, and Finding a Passage That Way to the South Sea, and China. Written By M. Edward Hayes, a Gentleman Long Since Imploied in the Like Action. Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop, 1602.

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