APA Citation

(1642). A collection of records of the great misfortunes that hath hapned unto kings that have joyned themselves in a neer allyance with forrein princes, with the happy successe of those that have only held correspondency at home: Wherein is contained these particulars, viz. That Hen. of Navar marrying with Mary of France, was unfortunate and fatall to the Protestant religion. That the K. of Navar turning from a Protestant to a persecutor of them, lost his crown, and dyed a violent death. The last Lord Henries of France murdred, because he but favoured Protestants. That Hen. 4. was a victorious prince, while he was at defiance with the Pope, but afterwards was stabbed by a Iesuite. How the black Prince lost France, and was poysoned. The danger for princes to marry with one of a contrary religion. Of Prince Arthurs marrying with Spain, and the successe. That Queen Elizabeth being a loan woman, and having few friends, refusing to marry with Spain, and ronouncing [sic] the Pope, reigned victoriously, and so did King James. That the best support for the crowne of England, is the two Houses of Parliament. London: Printed for Henry Iackeson.

Chicago Style Citation

A Collection of Records of the Great Misfortunes That Hath Hapned Unto Kings That Have Joyned Themselves in a Neer Allyance With Forrein Princes, With the Happy Successe of Those That Have Only Held Correspondency At Home: Wherein Is Contained These Particulars, Viz. That Hen. of Navar Marrying With Mary of France, Was Unfortunate and Fatall to the Protestant Religion. That the K. of Navar Turning From a Protestant to a Persecutor of Them, Lost His Crown, and Dyed a Violent Death. The Last Lord Henries of France Murdred, Because He but Favoured Protestants. That Hen. 4. Was a Victorious Prince, While He Was At Defiance With the Pope, but Afterwards Was Stabbed By a Iesuite. How the Black Prince Lost France, and Was Poysoned. The Danger for Princes to Marry With One of a Contrary Religion. Of Prince Arthurs Marrying With Spain, and the Successe. That Queen Elizabeth Being a Loan Woman, and Having Few Friends, Refusing to Marry With Spain, and Ronouncing [sic] the Pope, Reigned Victoriously, and so Did King James. That the Best Support for the Crowne of England, Is the Two Houses of Parliament. London: Printed for Henry Iackeson, 1642.

MLA Citation

A Collection of Records of the Great Misfortunes That Hath Hapned Unto Kings That Have Joyned Themselves in a Neer Allyance With Forrein Princes, With the Happy Successe of Those That Have Only Held Correspondency At Home: Wherein Is Contained These Particulars, Viz. That Hen. of Navar Marrying With Mary of France, Was Unfortunate and Fatall to the Protestant Religion. That the K. of Navar Turning From a Protestant to a Persecutor of Them, Lost His Crown, and Dyed a Violent Death. The Last Lord Henries of France Murdred, Because He but Favoured Protestants. That Hen. 4. Was a Victorious Prince, While He Was At Defiance With the Pope, but Afterwards Was Stabbed By a Iesuite. How the Black Prince Lost France, and Was Poysoned. The Danger for Princes to Marry With One of a Contrary Religion. Of Prince Arthurs Marrying With Spain, and the Successe. That Queen Elizabeth Being a Loan Woman, and Having Few Friends, Refusing to Marry With Spain, and Ronouncing [sic] the Pope, Reigned Victoriously, and so Did King James. That the Best Support for the Crowne of England, Is the Two Houses of Parliament. London: Printed for Henry Iackeson, 1642.

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