APA Citation

(1660). The standard of common liberty: or, the petition of right: exhibited to His late Majestie K. Charles the I. in the third year of his reign: By the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons in Parliament assembled: concerning the rights and liberties of the subjects: with the Kings Majesties most gracious assent upon the same. Worthy the perusal of all English Freemen in this juncture of time. London: printed, and are to be sold at several book-sellers shops in London and Westminster-Hall.

Chicago Style Citation

The Standard of Common Liberty: Or, the Petition of Right: Exhibited to His Late Majestie K. Charles the I. in the Third Year of His Reign: By the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons in Parliament Assembled: Concerning the Rights and Liberties of the Subjects: With the Kings Majesties Most Gracious Assent Upon the Same. Worthy the Perusal of All English Freemen in This Juncture of Time. London: printed, and are to be sold at several book-sellers shops in London and Westminster-Hall, 1660.

MLA Citation

The Standard of Common Liberty: Or, the Petition of Right: Exhibited to His Late Majestie K. Charles the I. in the Third Year of His Reign: By the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons in Parliament Assembled: Concerning the Rights and Liberties of the Subjects: With the Kings Majesties Most Gracious Assent Upon the Same. Worthy the Perusal of All English Freemen in This Juncture of Time. London: printed, and are to be sold at several book-sellers shops in London and Westminster-Hall, 1660.

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