APA Citation

(1645). A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, fully pardoning divers officers and souldiers of horse who have lately been and still are in mutiny: If they shall returne to their duty before the fifteenth day of this moneth. But if they shall continue in their mutiny, they shall be proceeded against as traytors, and enemies to the Common-wealth, and are to expect severe punishment: Die Mercurii, 5 Martii. 1644. London: Printed for J. Wright in the Old-baily.

Chicago Style Citation

A Declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, Fully Pardoning Divers Officers and Souldiers of Horse Who Have Lately Been and Still Are in Mutiny: If They Shall Returne to Their Duty Before the Fifteenth Day of This Moneth. But If They Shall Continue in Their Mutiny, They Shall Be Proceeded against As Traytors, and Enemies to the Common-wealth, and Are to Expect Severe Punishment: Die Mercurii, 5 Martii. 1644. London: Printed for J. Wright in the Old-baily, 1645.

MLA Citation

A Declaration of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament, Fully Pardoning Divers Officers and Souldiers of Horse Who Have Lately Been and Still Are in Mutiny: If They Shall Returne to Their Duty Before the Fifteenth Day of This Moneth. But If They Shall Continue in Their Mutiny, They Shall Be Proceeded against As Traytors, and Enemies to the Common-wealth, and Are to Expect Severe Punishment: Die Mercurii, 5 Martii. 1644. London: Printed for J. Wright in the Old-baily, 1645.

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