APA Citation

(1651). Musgrave muzl'd: or the mouth of iniquitie stoped: Being a true and cleer vindication of Sir Arthur Hazelrige from a false and scandalous accusation of John Musgrave, in his late pamphlet intituled, A true and exact relation of the great and heavie pressurs and grievances the well-affected of the Northern bordering counties lye under by Sir A.H. misgovernment. With a true but not exact character of the said Musgrave in some discoveries of him. London: Printed by John Macock, for L. Lloyd, and H. Cripps, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes head Alley.

Chicago Style Citation

Musgrave Muzl'd: Or the Mouth of Iniquitie Stoped: Being a True and Cleer Vindication of Sir Arthur Hazelrige From a False and Scandalous Accusation of John Musgrave, in His Late Pamphlet Intituled, A True and Exact Relation of the Great and Heavie Pressurs and Grievances the Well-affected of the Northern Bordering Counties Lye Under By Sir A.H. Misgovernment. With a True but Not Exact Character of the Said Musgrave in Some Discoveries of Him. London: Printed by John Macock, for L. Lloyd, and H. Cripps, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes head Alley, 1651.

MLA Citation

Musgrave Muzl'd: Or the Mouth of Iniquitie Stoped: Being a True and Cleer Vindication of Sir Arthur Hazelrige From a False and Scandalous Accusation of John Musgrave, in His Late Pamphlet Intituled, A True and Exact Relation of the Great and Heavie Pressurs and Grievances the Well-affected of the Northern Bordering Counties Lye Under By Sir A.H. Misgovernment. With a True but Not Exact Character of the Said Musgrave in Some Discoveries of Him. London: Printed by John Macock, for L. Lloyd, and H. Cripps, and are to be sold at their shop in Popes head Alley, 1651.

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