APA Citation

(1660). A great and bloody plot discovered against His Royal Majesty, Charles, by the Grace of God King of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland: And the names of the cheif [sic] actors and conspirators, who desperately threatned to wash their wicked hands in His royal blood. With the beheading of one of the grand traytors. London: printed for Samuel Chamberlain, living near the White Swan at Holborn-bridge.

Chicago Style Citation

A Great and Bloody Plot Discovered against His Royal Majesty, Charles, By the Grace of God King of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland: And the Names of the Cheif [sic] Actors and Conspirators, Who Desperately Threatned to Wash Their Wicked Hands in His Royal Blood. With the Beheading of One of the Grand Traytors. London: printed for Samuel Chamberlain, living near the White Swan at Holborn-bridge, 1660.

MLA Citation

A Great and Bloody Plot Discovered against His Royal Majesty, Charles, By the Grace of God King of Great Brittain, France, and Ireland: And the Names of the Cheif [sic] Actors and Conspirators, Who Desperately Threatned to Wash Their Wicked Hands in His Royal Blood. With the Beheading of One of the Grand Traytors. London: printed for Samuel Chamberlain, living near the White Swan at Holborn-bridge, 1660.

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