APA Citation

Andrews, E. (1642). Most welcome nevves from York: Being a true and perfect relation of what hath happened in York, since his Majesties last declaration. The Parliaments resolution, concerning the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the Lords and Commons which have absented themselves from the said Houses, and are now at York attending on his Majesty. Likewise the grounds and reasons why they are enforced to take arms, with the severall reasons to prove that every man is bound to uphold the Parliament against all opposers whatsoever. Ordered by the Lords and Commons that this be printed and published Iohn Brown Cler. parl. H. Elsing Cler. parl. [S.l.]: June 23. Printed for William Arding.

Chicago Style Citation

Andrews, Edward. Most Welcome Nevves From York: Being a True and Perfect Relation of What Hath Happened in York, Since His Majesties Last Declaration. The Parliaments Resolution, Concerning the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Lords and Commons Which Have Absented Themselves From the Said Houses, and Are Now At York Attending On His Majesty. Likewise the Grounds and Reasons Why They Are Enforced to Take Arms, With the Severall Reasons to Prove That Every Man Is Bound to Uphold the Parliament against All Opposers Whatsoever. Ordered By the Lords and Commons That This Be Printed and Published Iohn Brown Cler. Parl. H. Elsing Cler. Parl. [S.l.]: June 23. Printed for William Arding, 1642.

MLA Citation

Andrews, Edward. Most Welcome Nevves From York: Being a True and Perfect Relation of What Hath Happened in York, Since His Majesties Last Declaration. The Parliaments Resolution, Concerning the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and the Lords and Commons Which Have Absented Themselves From the Said Houses, and Are Now At York Attending On His Majesty. Likewise the Grounds and Reasons Why They Are Enforced to Take Arms, With the Severall Reasons to Prove That Every Man Is Bound to Uphold the Parliament against All Opposers Whatsoever. Ordered By the Lords and Commons That This Be Printed and Published Iohn Brown Cler. Parl. H. Elsing Cler. Parl. [S.l.]: June 23. Printed for William Arding, 1642.

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