APA Citation

Saint-Pierre, C. I. C. d. (1728). A discourse of the danger of governing by one minister. In which is demonstrated, that the most advantageous administration, both for the King and the people, consists in an establishment of many councils; or, a polysynody. Done into English. London: printed for T. Warner.

Chicago Style Citation

Saint-Pierre, Charles Irénée Castel de. A Discourse of the Danger of Governing By One Minister. In Which Is Demonstrated, That the Most Advantageous Administration, Both for the King and the People, Consists in an Establishment of Many Councils; Or, a Polysynody. Done Into English. London: printed for T. Warner, 1728.

MLA Citation

Saint-Pierre, Charles Irénée Castel de. A Discourse of the Danger of Governing By One Minister. In Which Is Demonstrated, That the Most Advantageous Administration, Both for the King and the People, Consists in an Establishment of Many Councils; Or, a Polysynody. Done Into English. London: printed for T. Warner, 1728.

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