APA Citation

Manby, T. (1667). A collection of the statutes made in the reigns of King Charles the I. and King Charles the II: With the abridgment of such as stand repealed or expired. Continued after the method of Mr. Pulton. With notes of references, one to the other, as they now stand altered, enlarged or explained. To which also are added, the titles of all the statutes and private acts of Parliament passed by their said Majesties, untill this present year, MDCLXVII. With a table directing to the principal matters of the said statutes. By Tho: Manby of Lincolns-Inn, Esq. London: printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, assigns of Richard Atkyns and Edward Atkyns Esquires.

Chicago Style Citation

Manby, Thomas. A Collection of the Statutes Made in the Reigns of King Charles the I. and King Charles the II: With the Abridgment of Such As Stand Repealed or Expired. Continued After the Method of Mr. Pulton. With Notes of References, One to the Other, As They Now Stand Altered, Enlarged or Explained. To Which Also Are Added, the Titles of All the Statutes and Private Acts of Parliament Passed By Their Said Majesties, Untill This Present Year, MDCLXVII. With a Table Directing to the Principal Matters of the Said Statutes. By Tho: Manby of Lincolns-Inn, Esq. London: printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, assigns of Richard Atkyns and Edward Atkyns Esquires, 1667.

MLA Citation

Manby, Thomas. A Collection of the Statutes Made in the Reigns of King Charles the I. and King Charles the II: With the Abridgment of Such As Stand Repealed or Expired. Continued After the Method of Mr. Pulton. With Notes of References, One to the Other, As They Now Stand Altered, Enlarged or Explained. To Which Also Are Added, the Titles of All the Statutes and Private Acts of Parliament Passed By Their Said Majesties, Untill This Present Year, MDCLXVII. With a Table Directing to the Principal Matters of the Said Statutes. By Tho: Manby of Lincolns-Inn, Esq. London: printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, assigns of Richard Atkyns and Edward Atkyns Esquires, 1667.

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