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MLA

The State of the Case Between Ashby and White In the House of Commons, Relating to the Ailesbury Election. With the Arguments Made Use by Sir Humphrey Mackworth, Impartially Examin'd and Consider'd. Together with the Ancient and Fundamental Right of English Parliaments, Dedicated To My Lord Chief Justice Holt, Occasion'd By His Late Incomparable Speech In the Queen's-bench the Last Day of the Term, When the Adesbury Electors Mov'd That Court for a Habeas Corpus. London: printed, and sold by B. Bragg, at the Blue Ball in Ave-Mary-Lane, 1705.

APA

(1705). The state of the case between Ashby and White in the House of Commons, relating to the Ailesbury election. With the arguments made use by Sir Humphrey Mackworth, impartially examin'd and consider'd. Together with the ancient and fundamental right of English parliaments, Dedicated To my Lord Chief Justice Holt, Occasion'd By His Late Incomparable Speech in the Queen's-Bench the last Day of the Term, when the Adesbury Electors mov'd that Court for a Habeas Corpus. London: printed, and sold by B. Bragg, at the Blue Ball in Ave-Mary-Lane.

Chicago

The State of the Case Between Ashby and White In the House of Commons, Relating to the Ailesbury Election. With the Arguments Made Use by Sir Humphrey Mackworth, Impartially Examin'd and Consider'd. Together with the Ancient and Fundamental Right of English Parliaments, Dedicated To My Lord Chief Justice Holt, Occasion'd By His Late Incomparable Speech In the Queen's-Bench the Last Day of the Term, When the Adesbury Electors Mov'd That Court for a Habeas Corpus. London: printed, and sold by B. Bragg, at the Blue Ball in Ave-Mary-Lane, 1705.