APA Citation

Tatham, J., & Early English Books Online. (1660). Londons glory represented by time, truth and fame: At the magnificent triumphs and entertainment of His most Sacred Majesty Charls the II. The Dukes of York and Glocester, the two Houses of Parliament, Privy Councill, Judges, &c. At Guildhall on Thursday, being the 5th. day of July 1660. and in the 12th. year of His Majestie [sic] most happy reign. Together with the order and management of the whole days business. Published according to order. London: printed by William Godbid in Little Brittain.

MLA Citation

Tatham, John, and Early English Books Online. Londons Glory Represented By Time, Truth and Fame: At the Magnificent Triumphs and Entertainment of His Most Sacred Majesty Charls the II. The Dukes of York and Glocester, the Two Houses of Parliament, Privy Councill, Judges, &c. At Guildhall On Thursday, Being the 5th. Day of July 1660. and in the 12th. Year of His Majestie [sic] Most Happy Reign. Together With the Order and Management of the Whole Days Business. Published According to Order. London: printed by William Godbid in Little Brittain, 1660.

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