APA Citation

(1642). The Two petitions of the county of Buckingham: As they were presented to both Houses, by knights, esquires, captaines, and gentlemen, with a very great number of freeholders, being the true copy as it was presented to the Houses of Parliament, Ianuary 11. 1641. As also the humble petition of the marriners and sea-men, inhabitants in and about the ports of London, and the river Thames. Together with the petition of the foure Innes of Court. Printed at London: for F. Coles, & T. Banks.

Chicago Style Citation

The Two Petitions of the County of Buckingham: As They Were Presented to Both Houses, By Knights, Esquires, Captaines, and Gentlemen, With a Very Great Number of Freeholders, Being the True Copy As It Was Presented to the Houses of Parliament, Ianuary 11. 1641. As Also the Humble Petition of the Marriners and Sea-men, Inhabitants in and About the Ports of London, and the River Thames. Together With the Petition of the Foure Innes of Court. Printed at London: for F. Coles, & T. Banks, 1642.

MLA Citation

The Two Petitions of the County of Buckingham: As They Were Presented to Both Houses, By Knights, Esquires, Captaines, and Gentlemen, With a Very Great Number of Freeholders, Being the True Copy As It Was Presented to the Houses of Parliament, Ianuary 11. 1641. As Also the Humble Petition of the Marriners and Sea-men, Inhabitants in and About the Ports of London, and the River Thames. Together With the Petition of the Foure Innes of Court. Printed at London: for F. Coles, & T. Banks, 1642.

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