APA Citation

Jordan, T. (1642). Rules to know a royall king, from a disloyall subject: With an exact account given of the jewels of the crowne of England. Whereunto is added, a touch-stone for a traitor. VVritten by the Kings friend, and a lover of the Common-wealth, Tho: Jordan. London: Printed for Robert Wood and Edward Christopher.

Chicago Style Citation

Jordan, Thomas. Rules to Know a Royall King, From a Disloyall Subject: With an Exact Account Given of the Jewels of the Crowne of England. Whereunto Is Added, a Touch-stone for a Traitor. VVritten By the Kings Friend, and a Lover of the Common-wealth, Tho: Jordan. London: Printed for Robert Wood and Edward Christopher, 1642.

MLA Citation

Jordan, Thomas. Rules to Know a Royall King, From a Disloyall Subject: With an Exact Account Given of the Jewels of the Crowne of England. Whereunto Is Added, a Touch-stone for a Traitor. VVritten By the Kings Friend, and a Lover of the Common-wealth, Tho: Jordan. London: Printed for Robert Wood and Edward Christopher, 1642.

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