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) In-Text Citation Examples The Battle of Stoke was unusually hard-fought for the era (Bennet 1995 ). Bennet (2002) has found that the Battle of Stoke was unusually boring. The Battle of Stoke was a disgrace, the Duke of Clarence was said to have remarked (Bennet 2002, 112). The duke of Buckinghams death is discussed by Merwin (Richard III Society 2010). (Note that a page number is given after a comma. See Chicago Manual of Style, 16 edition, Text Citations section, 15.20 15.29 or in the 15th Ed., 2003, Text Citations section, 16.107-120.) Bibliography Book: Bennet, Michael. 1995. The Battle of Stoke: The Simnel Rebellion. New York: Oxford University Press. New Edition: 2002. Bennet, Michael. The Battle of Stoke: The Simnel Rebellion. 2nd ed. London: Stroud, 2002. Book/Two Authors: Bennet, Michael, and Michael Hicks. 2001. The Towton Campaign of 1461. New York: St. Martins Press, 2001. Journal Article: Bennet, Michael. 1991. The Battle of Bosworth. English Historical Review 55: 105-17. Editor: Bennet, Michael, ed. 1997. The Reign of Henry VII. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Book Chapter: Hicks, Michael. 1997. The Court of Star Chamber under Henry VII. In The Reign of Henry VII, ed. Michael Bennet, 23-39. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Web Sites: Richard III Society. 2010. Merwin, Sharon. Richard III and the Execution of the Duke of Buckingham. www.r3.org. Google. 2010. Last modified Oct. 3. http://www.google.com/privacy/privacypolicy.html