APA Citation

Fairfax, T. F. (1647). Severall proposalls from his excellency Sr Tho. Fairfax: and the general councel of the armie: Shewing their humble desires in those things which concerns them as souldiers. Together with a letter, tendered to the Lords and Commons Commissioners of Parliament, residing with the army. To bee by them humbly represented to both Houses of Parliament. By the appointment of his excellency Sr Thomas Fairfax, and the generall councel of the army. Signed John Rushworth, secretary. Putney the 22. of Septemb. 1647. London: printed by James and Joseph Moxon. for John Pounset, at the signe of the Hand and Bible, at the lower end of Budg-row, neer Dowgate.

Chicago Style Citation

Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax. Severall Proposalls From His Excellency Sr Tho. Fairfax: And the General Councel of the Armie: Shewing Their Humble Desires in Those Things Which Concerns Them As Souldiers. Together With a Letter, Tendered to the Lords and Commons Commissioners of Parliament, Residing With the Army. To Bee By Them Humbly Represented to Both Houses of Parliament. By the Appointment of His Excellency Sr Thomas Fairfax, and the Generall Councel of the Army. Signed John Rushworth, Secretary. Putney the 22. of Septemb. 1647. London: printed by James and Joseph Moxon. for John Pounset, at the signe of the Hand and Bible, at the lower end of Budg-row, neer Dowgate, 1647.

MLA Citation

Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax. Severall Proposalls From His Excellency Sr Tho. Fairfax: And the General Councel of the Armie: Shewing Their Humble Desires in Those Things Which Concerns Them As Souldiers. Together With a Letter, Tendered to the Lords and Commons Commissioners of Parliament, Residing With the Army. To Bee By Them Humbly Represented to Both Houses of Parliament. By the Appointment of His Excellency Sr Thomas Fairfax, and the Generall Councel of the Army. Signed John Rushworth, Secretary. Putney the 22. of Septemb. 1647. London: printed by James and Joseph Moxon. for John Pounset, at the signe of the Hand and Bible, at the lower end of Budg-row, neer Dowgate, 1647.

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