APA Citation

Lloyd, D., Lluelyn, M., & Marshall, W. (1671). The legend of Captain Jones: Relating his adventure to sea, his first landing, and strange combat with a mighty bear : his furious battel with his six and thirty men, against the army of eleven kings, with their overthrow and deaths : his relieving of Kemper Castle : his strange and admirable sea-fight with six huge gallies of Spain, and nine thousand souldiers : his being taken prisoner, and hard usage : lastly, his being set at liberty by the Kings command, and return for England. London: Printed for E. Okes and Francis Haley ....

Chicago Style Citation

Lloyd, David, Martin Lluelyn, and William Marshall. The Legend of Captain Jones: Relating His Adventure to Sea, His First Landing, and Strange Combat With a Mighty Bear : His Furious Battel With His Six and Thirty Men, against the Army of Eleven Kings, With Their Overthrow and Deaths : His Relieving of Kemper Castle : His Strange and Admirable Sea-fight With Six Huge Gallies of Spain, and Nine Thousand Souldiers : His Being Taken Prisoner, and Hard Usage : Lastly, His Being Set At Liberty By the Kings Command, and Return for England. London: Printed for E. Okes and Francis Haley ..., 1671.

MLA Citation

Lloyd, David, Martin Lluelyn, and William Marshall. The Legend of Captain Jones: Relating His Adventure to Sea, His First Landing, and Strange Combat With a Mighty Bear : His Furious Battel With His Six and Thirty Men, against the Army of Eleven Kings, With Their Overthrow and Deaths : His Relieving of Kemper Castle : His Strange and Admirable Sea-fight With Six Huge Gallies of Spain, and Nine Thousand Souldiers : His Being Taken Prisoner, and Hard Usage : Lastly, His Being Set At Liberty By the Kings Command, and Return for England. London: Printed for E. Okes and Francis Haley ..., 1671.

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