APA (7th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. (1703). Animadversions upon a seditious libel intituled The exorbitant grants of William III examin'd and question'd, &c: Wherein the author's assertions that the kings of England have their title by conquest, are hereditary and indeposable, and that there was no such thing as an original contract betwixt them and their subjects are examin'd, and his reflections upon the late King William and the libellers plan for bringing in the pretended Prince of Wales and setting aside the Act of Settlement upon the House of Hanover are consider'd. Printed for A. Baldwin ....

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. Animadversions upon a Seditious Libel Intituled The Exorbitant Grants of William III Examin'd and Question'd, &c: Wherein the Author's Assertions That the Kings of England Have Their Title by Conquest, Are Hereditary and Indeposable, and That There Was No Such Thing as an Original Contract Betwixt Them and Their Subjects Are Examin'd, and His Reflections upon the Late King William and the Libellers Plan for Bringing in the Pretended Prince of Wales and Setting Aside the Act of Settlement upon the House of Hanover Are Consider'd. London: Printed for A. Baldwin ..., 1703.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. Animadversions upon a Seditious Libel Intituled The Exorbitant Grants of William III Examin'd and Question'd, &c: Wherein the Author's Assertions That the Kings of England Have Their Title by Conquest, Are Hereditary and Indeposable, and That There Was No Such Thing as an Original Contract Betwixt Them and Their Subjects Are Examin'd, and His Reflections upon the Late King William and the Libellers Plan for Bringing in the Pretended Prince of Wales and Setting Aside the Act of Settlement upon the House of Hanover Are Consider'd. Printed for A. Baldwin ..., 1703.


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