APA Citation

(1642). The declaration and propositions of the Lord Maior of London to the Kings most Excellent Maiesty and and [sic] both Houses of Parliament concerning a treaty for Peace: Together with the House of Commons answer to the said declaration : also a true information of 800 Danes, landing in Lincolnshire, Decemb. 20 and how the trained bands of that county gave them battell neer the towne of Lee ond [sic] obtained a happy victory over them : together with the resolution of the Hous [sic] of Commons concerning the Danee : also a second victory obtained by Sergeant Major Skipton and Col. Browne at Chichester Decmb. 22, against the kings forces that lye there. [London]: Printed for Henry Liech.

Chicago Style Citation

The Declaration and Propositions of the Lord Maior of London to the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty and and [sic] Both Houses of Parliament Concerning a Treaty for Peace: Together With the House of Commons Answer to the Said Declaration : Also a True Information of 800 Danes, Landing in Lincolnshire, Decemb. 20 and How the Trained Bands of That County Gave Them Battell Neer the Towne of Lee Ond [sic] Obtained a Happy Victory Over Them : Together With the Resolution of the Hous [sic] of Commons Concerning the Danee : Also a Second Victory Obtained By Sergeant Major Skipton and Col. Browne At Chichester Decmb. 22, against the Kings Forces That Lye There. [London]: Printed for Henry Liech, 1642.

MLA Citation

The Declaration and Propositions of the Lord Maior of London to the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty and and [sic] Both Houses of Parliament Concerning a Treaty for Peace: Together With the House of Commons Answer to the Said Declaration : Also a True Information of 800 Danes, Landing in Lincolnshire, Decemb. 20 and How the Trained Bands of That County Gave Them Battell Neer the Towne of Lee Ond [sic] Obtained a Happy Victory Over Them : Together With the Resolution of the Hous [sic] of Commons Concerning the Danee : Also a Second Victory Obtained By Sergeant Major Skipton and Col. Browne At Chichester Decmb. 22, against the Kings Forces That Lye There. [London]: Printed for Henry Liech, 1642.

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