APA Citation

Brome, A. (1660). The Rump, or collection of songs and ballads, made upon those who would be a Parliament: And were but the rump of an House of Commons, five times dissolv'd. London,: [Pr]inted for H. Brome, and H. Marsh, at the Gun in Ivy Lane, and the Princes Arms in Chancery Lane near Fleetstreet.

Chicago Style Citation

Brome, Alexander. The Rump, or Collection of Songs and Ballads, Made Upon Those Who Would Be a Parliament: And Were but the Rump of an House of Commons, Five Times Dissolv'd. London,: [Pr]inted for H. Brome, and H. Marsh, at the Gun in Ivy Lane, and the Princes Arms in Chancery Lane near Fleetstreet, 1660.

MLA Citation

Brome, Alexander. The Rump, or Collection of Songs and Ballads, Made Upon Those Who Would Be a Parliament: And Were but the Rump of an House of Commons, Five Times Dissolv'd. London,: [Pr]inted for H. Brome, and H. Marsh, at the Gun in Ivy Lane, and the Princes Arms in Chancery Lane near Fleetstreet, 1660.

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