APA Citation

(1660). A Declaration concerning Colonel Henry Martin, Colonel Robert Lilburn, Colonel Downs, Colonel Temple, Colonel Waite, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Carew, Esq: Who sate as judges on the life of our late martyr'd soveraign King Charles : with a charge and impeachment of their trayterous and dangerous proceedings against His Majesties loyal subjects, and the committing of them to the custody of that worthy and faithful Sir John Robinson ... : as also a discovery of their treasonable designs with those two perfidious Hannibals, Collonel John Barkstead and Collonel John Hewson. London: Printed for George Horton.

Chicago Style Citation

A Declaration Concerning Colonel Henry Martin, Colonel Robert Lilburn, Colonel Downs, Colonel Temple, Colonel Waite, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Carew, Esq: Who Sate As Judges On the Life of Our Late Martyr'd Soveraign King Charles : With a Charge and Impeachment of Their Trayterous and Dangerous Proceedings against His Majesties Loyal Subjects, and the Committing of Them to the Custody of That Worthy and Faithful Sir John Robinson ... : As Also a Discovery of Their Treasonable Designs With Those Two Perfidious Hannibals, Collonel John Barkstead and Collonel John Hewson. London: Printed for George Horton, 1660.

MLA Citation

A Declaration Concerning Colonel Henry Martin, Colonel Robert Lilburn, Colonel Downs, Colonel Temple, Colonel Waite, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Carew, Esq: Who Sate As Judges On the Life of Our Late Martyr'd Soveraign King Charles : With a Charge and Impeachment of Their Trayterous and Dangerous Proceedings against His Majesties Loyal Subjects, and the Committing of Them to the Custody of That Worthy and Faithful Sir John Robinson ... : As Also a Discovery of Their Treasonable Designs With Those Two Perfidious Hannibals, Collonel John Barkstead and Collonel John Hewson. London: Printed for George Horton, 1660.

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