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MLA

Damon, John, and J Gilbert. Joyfull Newes From Captain Marro In Ireland Or, His Second Victory Over the Rebels, April 18. : Shewing In a Most True and Exact Relation, the Manner of Two Glorious Battles, Never to Be Forgotten. The First, by the Invincible Courage, of Captiain [sic] Marro, April 18. Also His Parley, and the Assault and Repulse of Mongarrets Army, April 19. The Second, by the Said Captain Marro, and Being Seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, Gave the Rebels a Great Overthrow, with the Number of Men That Were Slain In Each Battle. Also His Majesties Message to the House of Peers, April the 22. 1642. [London]: Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642.

APA

Damon, J., & Gilbert, J. (1642). Joyfull newes from Captain Marro in Ireland or, His second victory over the rebels, April 18. : Shewing in a most true and exact relation, the manner of two glorious battles, never to be forgotten. The first, by the invincible courage, of Captiain [sic] Marro, April 18. Also his parley, and the assault and repulse of Mongarrets army, April 19. The second, by the said Captain Marro, and being seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, gave the rebels a great overthrow, with the number of men that were slain in each battle. Also His Majesties message to the House of Peers, April the 22. 1642. [London]: Printed for Iohn Wels.

Chicago

Damon, John, and J. Gilbert. Joyfull Newes From Captain Marro In Ireland Or, His Second Victory Over the Rebels, April 18.: Shewing In a Most True and Exact Relation, the Manner of Two Glorious Battles, Never to Be Forgotten. The First, by the Invincible Courage, of Captiain [sic] Marro, April 18. Also His Parley, and the Assault and Repulse of Mongarrets Army, April 19. The Second, by the Said Captain Marro, and Being Seconded by Sir Henry Tichbourn, Gave the Rebels a Great Overthrow, with the Number of Men That Were Slain In Each Battle. Also His Majesties Message to the House of Peers, April the 22. 1642. [London]: Printed for Iohn Wels, 1642.