APA Citation

Acherley, R. (1759). The Britannic constitution: Or, the fundamental form of government in Britain. Demonstrating, the original contract entered into by King and people, ... Wherein is proved, that the placing on the throne King William III. was the natural fruit and effect of the constitution. ... By Roger Acherley, ... The second edition. To which is added, a supplement, containing reasons for uniformity in the state. London: printed for T. Osborn; and A. Millar.

Chicago Style Citation

Acherley, Roger. The Britannic Constitution: Or, the Fundamental Form of Government in Britain. Demonstrating, the Original Contract Entered Into By King and People, ... Wherein Is Proved, That the Placing On the Throne King William III. Was the Natural Fruit and Effect of the Constitution. ... By Roger Acherley, ... The Second Edition. To Which Is Added, a Supplement, Containing Reasons for Uniformity in the State. London: printed for T. Osborn; and A. Millar, 1759.

MLA Citation

Acherley, Roger. The Britannic Constitution: Or, the Fundamental Form of Government in Britain. Demonstrating, the Original Contract Entered Into By King and People, ... Wherein Is Proved, That the Placing On the Throne King William III. Was the Natural Fruit and Effect of the Constitution. ... By Roger Acherley, ... The Second Edition. To Which Is Added, a Supplement, Containing Reasons for Uniformity in the State. London: printed for T. Osborn; and A. Millar, 1759.

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