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MLA

Stapleton, Philip, Arthur Goodwin, and John Hampden. An Exact Relation of the Delivering Up of Reading to His Excellencie the Earl of Essex; : and How the Kings Forces Have Quitted Cyrencester and Brill: with the True Relation of the Fight At Caversham. As it Was Sent In a Letter to the Speaker of the House of Commons, by These Worthy Members of the Said House: Sir Philip Stapleton, John Hampden, and Arthur Goodwin, Esquires. Ordered by the Commons Assembled In Parliament, That This Letter Be Forthwith Printed and Published. Hen: Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com. .

APA

Stapleton, P., Goodwin, A., & Hampden, J. An exact relation of the delivering up of Reading to His Excellencie the Earl of Essex; : and how the Kings forces have quitted Cyrencester and Brill: with the true relation of the fight at Caversham. As it was sent in a letter to the speaker of the House of Commons, by these worthy members of the said House: Sir Philip Stapleton, John Hampden, and Arthur Goodwin, Esquires. Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, that this letter be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com. .

Chicago

Stapleton, Philip, Arthur Goodwin, and John Hampden. An Exact Relation of the Delivering Up of Reading to His Excellencie the Earl of Essex;: And How the Kings Forces Have Quitted Cyrencester and Brill: with the True Relation of the Fight At Caversham. As it Was Sent In a Letter to the Speaker of the House of Commons, by These Worthy Members of the Said House: Sir Philip Stapleton, John Hampden, and Arthur Goodwin, Esquires. Ordered by the Commons Assembled In Parliament, That This Letter Be Forthwith Printed and Published. Hen: Elsynge Cler. Parl. D. Com.