APA Citation

Hutton, R., Croke, G., Denham, J., & Hampden, J. (1641). The arguments of Sir Richard Hutton, Knight, one of the judges of the Common Pleas, and Sir George Croke, Knight, one of the judges of the Kings Bench: Together with the certificate of Sir John Denham, Knight, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, vpon a scire facias brought by the Kings Majesty in the Court of Exchequer against John Hampden, Esquire : as also, the severall votes of the Commons and Peeres in Parliament, and the orders of the Lords for the vacating of the judgement given against the said Mr. Hampden, and the vacating of the severall rolls in each severall court, wherein the judges extrajudiciall opinions in the cases made touching ship-money are entred. London: Printed by M. Flesher and R. Young, the assignes of I. More, Esquire.

Chicago Style Citation

Hutton, Richard, George Croke, John Denham, and John Hampden. The Arguments of Sir Richard Hutton, Knight, One of the Judges of the Common Pleas, and Sir George Croke, Knight, One of the Judges of the Kings Bench: Together With the Certificate of Sir John Denham, Knight, One of the Barons of the Exchequer, Vpon a Scire Facias Brought By the Kings Majesty in the Court of Exchequer against John Hampden, Esquire : As Also, the Severall Votes of the Commons and Peeres in Parliament, and the Orders of the Lords for the Vacating of the Judgement Given against the Said Mr. Hampden, and the Vacating of the Severall Rolls in Each Severall Court, Wherein the Judges Extrajudiciall Opinions in the Cases Made Touching Ship-money Are Entred. London: Printed by M. Flesher and R. Young, the assignes of I. More, Esquire, 1641.

MLA Citation

Hutton, Richard, George Croke, John Denham, and John Hampden. The Arguments of Sir Richard Hutton, Knight, One of the Judges of the Common Pleas, and Sir George Croke, Knight, One of the Judges of the Kings Bench: Together With the Certificate of Sir John Denham, Knight, One of the Barons of the Exchequer, Vpon a Scire Facias Brought By the Kings Majesty in the Court of Exchequer against John Hampden, Esquire : As Also, the Severall Votes of the Commons and Peeres in Parliament, and the Orders of the Lords for the Vacating of the Judgement Given against the Said Mr. Hampden, and the Vacating of the Severall Rolls in Each Severall Court, Wherein the Judges Extrajudiciall Opinions in the Cases Made Touching Ship-money Are Entred. London: Printed by M. Flesher and R. Young, the assignes of I. More, Esquire, 1641.

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