APA Citation

Gentleman now residing there. (1642). A declaration or, remonstrance of the office of a Prince, and his counsellors: Also, the dutie and obligement of the people, and subiects; collected and extracted forth of the most divine and politique authors, that have treated of the same subject. Newly sent from Yorke, by a Gentleman now residing there, to intimate loyalty to his Majesty, and love to his countrey; with an humble desire for a true understanding betweene our King and his people. Whereunto is annexed the Kings Majesties five last propositions to the Parliament; with their determinate answer by way of resolution in three distinct votes. London: Printed by Iohn Hammond, and Math: Rhodes.

Chicago Style Citation

Gentleman now residing there. A Declaration Or, Remonstrance of the Office of a Prince, and His Counsellors: Also, the Dutie and Obligement of the People, and Subiects; Collected and Extracted Forth of the Most Divine and Politique Authors, That Have Treated of the Same Subject. Newly Sent From Yorke, By a Gentleman Now Residing There, to Intimate Loyalty to His Majesty, and Love to His Countrey; With an Humble Desire for a True Understanding Betweene Our King and His People. Whereunto Is Annexed the Kings Majesties Five Last Propositions to the Parliament; With Their Determinate Answer By Way of Resolution in Three Distinct Votes. London: Printed by Iohn Hammond, and Math: Rhodes, 1642.

MLA Citation

Gentleman now residing there. A Declaration Or, Remonstrance of the Office of a Prince, and His Counsellors: Also, the Dutie and Obligement of the People, and Subiects; Collected and Extracted Forth of the Most Divine and Politique Authors, That Have Treated of the Same Subject. Newly Sent From Yorke, By a Gentleman Now Residing There, to Intimate Loyalty to His Majesty, and Love to His Countrey; With an Humble Desire for a True Understanding Betweene Our King and His People. Whereunto Is Annexed the Kings Majesties Five Last Propositions to the Parliament; With Their Determinate Answer By Way of Resolution in Three Distinct Votes. London: Printed by Iohn Hammond, and Math: Rhodes, 1642.

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