APA (7th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World, John XXII, P., & Mackenzie, G. (1706). A Letter from the nobility, barons, and commons of Scotland in the year of 1320, yet extant under all the seals of nobility, directed to Pope Iohn: Wherein they declare their firm resolutions to adhere to their king, Robert the Bruce, as the restorer of the safety, and liberties of the people, and as having the true right of succession, but withall, they notwithstanding declare, that if the king should offer to subvert their civil liberties, they will disown him as an enemy, and choose another to be king, for their own defence. [s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World, Pope John XXII, and George Mackenzie. A Letter from the Nobility, Barons, and Commons of Scotland in the Year of 1320, yet Extant Under All the Seals of Nobility, Directed to Pope Iohn: Wherein They Declare Their Firm Resolutions to Adhere to Their King, Robert the Bruce, as the Restorer of the Safety, and Liberties of the People, and as Having the True Right of Succession, but Withall, They Notwithstanding Declare, That If the King Should Offer to Subvert Their Civil Liberties, They Will Disown Him as an Enemy, and Choose Another to Be King, for Their Own Defence. Edinburgh, reprinted: [s.n.], 1706.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World, et al. A Letter from the Nobility, Barons, and Commons of Scotland in the Year of 1320, yet Extant Under All the Seals of Nobility, Directed to Pope Iohn: Wherein They Declare Their Firm Resolutions to Adhere to Their King, Robert the Bruce, as the Restorer of the Safety, and Liberties of the People, and as Having the True Right of Succession, but Withall, They Notwithstanding Declare, That If the King Should Offer to Subvert Their Civil Liberties, They Will Disown Him as an Enemy, and Choose Another to Be King, for Their Own Defence. [s.n.], 1706.


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