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MLA

Garraway, Henry, and Peter Heylyn. A Speech Made by Alderman Garroway, At a Common-hall, On Tuesday the 17. of January. : Vpon Occasion of a Speech Delivered There the Friday Before, by M. Pym, At the Reading of His Majesties Answer to the Late Petition. Wjth [sic] a Letter From a Scholler In Oxfordshire, to His Vnkle a Merchant In Broad-street, Upon Occassion of a Book Intituled, A Moderate and Most Proper Reply to a Declaration, Printed and Published Under His Majesties Name, Decemb. 8. Intended Against an Ordinance of Parliament for Assessing, &c. Sent to the Presse by the Merchant, Who Confesseth Himselfe Converted by It. Also a True and Briefe Relation of the Great Victory Obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton, Neere Bodmin, In the County of Cornwall, Jan. 19. 1642. .

APA

Garraway, H., & Heylyn, P. A speech made by Alderman Garroway, at a common-hall, on Tuesday the 17. of January. : Vpon occasion of a speech delivered there the Friday before, by M. Pym, at the reading of His Majesties answer to the late petition. Wjth [sic] a letter from a scholler in Oxfordshire, to his vnkle a merchant in Broad-street, upon occassion of a book intituled, A moderate and most proper reply to a declaration, printed and published under His Majesties name, Decemb. 8. intended against an ordinance of Parliament for assessing, &c. Sent to the presse by the merchant, who confesseth himselfe converted by it. Also a true and briefe relation of the great victory obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton, neere Bodmin, in the county of Cornwall, Jan. 19. 1642. .

Chicago

Garraway, Henry, and Peter Heylyn. A Speech Made by Alderman Garroway, At a Common-Hall, On Tuesday the 17. of January.: Vpon Occasion of a Speech Delivered There the Friday Before, by M. Pym, At the Reading of His Majesties Answer to the Late Petition. Wjth [sic] a Letter From a Scholler In Oxfordshire, to His Vnkle a Merchant In Broad-Street, Upon Occassion of a Book Intituled, A Moderate and Most Proper Reply to a Declaration, Printed and Published Under His Majesties Name, Decemb. 8. Intended Against an Ordinance of Parliament for Assessing, &c. Sent to the Presse by the Merchant, Who Confesseth Himselfe Converted by It. Also a True and Briefe Relation of the Great Victory Obtained by Sir Ralph Hopton, Neere Bodmin, In the County of Cornwall, Jan. 19. 1642.