APA Citation

Lindsay, J. (1758). A melius inquirendum into the character of the royal martyr King Charles I. Wherein is demonstrated, ... that the reflections cast upon his sacred person and truly glorious memory in a paper inserted into a pamphlet, entitled, The Monthly Review for February last, are notoriously false. London: printed for W. Owen.

Chicago Style Citation

Lindsay, John. A Melius Inquirendum Into the Character of the Royal Martyr King Charles I. Wherein Is Demonstrated, ... That the Reflections Cast Upon His Sacred Person and Truly Glorious Memory in a Paper Inserted Into a Pamphlet, Entitled, The Monthly Review for February Last, Are Notoriously False. London: printed for W. Owen, 1758.

MLA Citation

Lindsay, John. A Melius Inquirendum Into the Character of the Royal Martyr King Charles I. Wherein Is Demonstrated, ... That the Reflections Cast Upon His Sacred Person and Truly Glorious Memory in a Paper Inserted Into a Pamphlet, Entitled, The Monthly Review for February Last, Are Notoriously False. London: printed for W. Owen, 1758.

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