APA Citation

Acherley, R. (1731). Free Parliaments: Or, an argument on their constitution; proving some of their powers to be independant. To which is added, an appendix, containing several original letters and papers, ... touching the right of the Duke of Cambridge to reside in England, and sit in Parliament. By the author of The Britannic constitution. London: printed for D. Browne.

Chicago Style Citation

Acherley, Roger. Free Parliaments: Or, an Argument On Their Constitution; Proving Some of Their Powers to Be Independant. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing Several Original Letters and Papers, ... Touching the Right of the Duke of Cambridge to Reside in England, and Sit in Parliament. By the Author of The Britannic Constitution. London: printed for D. Browne, 1731.

MLA Citation

Acherley, Roger. Free Parliaments: Or, an Argument On Their Constitution; Proving Some of Their Powers to Be Independant. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing Several Original Letters and Papers, ... Touching the Right of the Duke of Cambridge to Reside in England, and Sit in Parliament. By the Author of The Britannic Constitution. London: printed for D. Browne, 1731.

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