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MLA

Bourne, Nicholas, and Nicholas Butter. Septemb. 9. Numb. 38. The Continuation of Our Forraine Occurrences: Concerning Amongst the Rest These Remarkable Particulars. The Further and Continued Good Successe of the K. of Sweden, Both In Resisting Tillies Last Assault Wherein Was Some Treason Hatched, Iu [sic] the Former; Also His Taking of the City Helmden In Silesia. The Entertainment of Our English Forces, Vnder the Command of the Marquis Hamilton, and How the Same Are Disposed of by His Said Majesty. The Great Overthrow Given the Long Preparing Navie of Ponts, Shaloupes, Ships, and Other Artificiall Instruments of the K. of Spaines and the Archdutchesse, by Some of the Forces of the Prince of Orange. In Which Were Taken Prisoners 3000. Persons, Among Them Divers Men of Great Quality: Together with the Losse of All Their Ships, Ordnance, Monies, &c. The Copie of a Damnable Prayer Made Publikel by a Iesuite At Strasburgh, Against All Those the Appose the Romish Religion: Namely the K. of Sweden, the Lutheran Princes, the States, and Other Princes. Besides Divers Passages From Severall Parts of Christendome. London: printed for Nath: Butter and Nicholas Bourne, 1631.

APA

Bourne, N., & Butter, N. (1631). Septemb. 9. Numb. 38. The continuation of our forraine occurrences: concerning amongst the rest these remarkable particulars. The further and continued good successe of the K. of Sweden, both in resisting Tillies last assault wherein was some treason hatched, iu [sic] the former; also his taking of the city Helmden in Silesia. The entertainment of our English forces, vnder the command of the Marquis Hamilton, and how the same are disposed of by his said Majesty. The great overthrow given the long preparing navie of ponts, shaloupes, ships, and other artificiall instruments of the K. of Spaines and the archdutchesse, by some of the forces of the Prince of Orange. In which were taken prisoners 3000. persons, among them divers men of great quality: together with the losse of all their ships, ordnance, monies, &c. The copie of a damnable prayer made publikel by a Iesuite at Strasburgh, against all those the appose the Romish religion: namely the K. of Sweden, the Lutheran princes, the states, and other princes. Besides divers passages from severall parts of Christendome. London: printed for Nath: Butter and Nicholas Bourne.

Chicago

Bourne, Nicholas, and Nicholas Butter. Septemb. 9. Numb. 38. The Continuation of Our Forraine Occurrences: Concerning Amongst the Rest These Remarkable Particulars. The Further and Continued Good Successe of the K. of Sweden, Both In Resisting Tillies Last Assault Wherein Was Some Treason Hatched, Iu [sic] the Former; Also His Taking of the City Helmden In Silesia. The Entertainment of Our English Forces, Vnder the Command of the Marquis Hamilton, and How the Same Are Disposed of by His Said Majesty. The Great Overthrow Given the Long Preparing Navie of Ponts, Shaloupes, Ships, and Other Artificiall Instruments of the K. of Spaines and the Archdutchesse, by Some of the Forces of the Prince of Orange. In Which Were Taken Prisoners 3000. Persons, Among Them Divers Men of Great Quality: Together with the Losse of All Their Ships, Ordnance, Monies, &c. The Copie of a Damnable Prayer Made Publikel by a Iesuite At Strasburgh, Against All Those the Appose the Romish Religion: Namely the K. of Sweden, the Lutheran Princes, the States, and Other Princes. Besides Divers Passages From Severall Parts of Christendome. London: printed for Nath: Butter and Nicholas Bourne, 1631.