APA Citation

(1642). To the King's most excellent majestie. The petition of the inhabitants of the county of Buckingham concerning Mr. Hampden, Mr. Hollis, Mr. Pym, Sir Arthur Haslerigge and Mr. Strowde: With His Maiestie's answer or message sent by the Lord Keeper to both houses of Parliament from Windsor Ianuary 13, 1641 : also an information given to the house of Parliament concerning the Lord Digby and Colonell Lunsford, who have gathered troopes of horse in warlike manner at Kingston upon Thames, Ian. 13, 1641 : with the order of both houses of Parliament for the raising of the trayned bands in severall counties for the suppressing of them : whereunto is added the petition of the city of Westminster to the House of Commons. London: Printed for John Thomas.

Chicago Style Citation

To the King's Most Excellent Majestie. The Petition of the Inhabitants of the County of Buckingham Concerning Mr. Hampden, Mr. Hollis, Mr. Pym, Sir Arthur Haslerigge and Mr. Strowde: With His Maiestie's Answer or Message Sent By the Lord Keeper to Both Houses of Parliament From Windsor Ianuary 13, 1641 : Also an Information Given to the House of Parliament Concerning the Lord Digby and Colonell Lunsford, Who Have Gathered Troopes of Horse in Warlike Manner At Kingston Upon Thames, Ian. 13, 1641 : With the Order of Both Houses of Parliament for the Raising of the Trayned Bands in Severall Counties for the Suppressing of Them : Whereunto Is Added the Petition of the City of Westminster to the House of Commons. London: Printed for John Thomas, 1642.

MLA Citation

To the King's Most Excellent Majestie. The Petition of the Inhabitants of the County of Buckingham Concerning Mr. Hampden, Mr. Hollis, Mr. Pym, Sir Arthur Haslerigge and Mr. Strowde: With His Maiestie's Answer or Message Sent By the Lord Keeper to Both Houses of Parliament From Windsor Ianuary 13, 1641 : Also an Information Given to the House of Parliament Concerning the Lord Digby and Colonell Lunsford, Who Have Gathered Troopes of Horse in Warlike Manner At Kingston Upon Thames, Ian. 13, 1641 : With the Order of Both Houses of Parliament for the Raising of the Trayned Bands in Severall Counties for the Suppressing of Them : Whereunto Is Added the Petition of the City of Westminster to the House of Commons. London: Printed for John Thomas, 1642.

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