APA Citation

Elizabeth I, Q. o. E. (1592). By the Queene. A proclamation for the reformation of sundry abuses about making of clothes: Called Deuonshire kersies, or dozens, whereby the statutes made in Queene Maries time, for the weight, length, and breadth thereof, may be duely obserued hereafter. [Imprinted at London: By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie.

Chicago Style Citation

Elizabeth I, Queen of England. By the Queene. A Proclamation for the Reformation of Sundry Abuses About Making of Clothes: Called Deuonshire Kersies, or Dozens, Whereby the Statutes Made in Queene Maries Time, for the Weight, Length, and Breadth Thereof, May Be Duely Obserued Hereafter. [Imprinted at London: By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1592.

MLA Citation

Elizabeth I, Queen of England. By the Queene. A Proclamation for the Reformation of Sundry Abuses About Making of Clothes: Called Deuonshire Kersies, or Dozens, Whereby the Statutes Made in Queene Maries Time, for the Weight, Length, and Breadth Thereof, May Be Duely Obserued Hereafter. [Imprinted at London: By the deputies of Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1592.

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