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MLA

Russell, Sambrook Nicholas. The Lord High Steward of England: Or an Historical Dissertation On the Origin, Antiquity, and Functions of That Officer: Shewing the Difference Between Him and the King's Chief Justiciar, and the Steward of the King's Houshold, and Explaining the Offices of the Two Latter: with Remarks On the Antient and Modern Modes of Trying Peers; and an Epitome of Some Remarkable Tryals In the Reign of Richard Ii. Never Before Digested and Published: To Which Is Added, a Catalogue of the High Stewards of England, From the Conquest to the Present Time, with the Names, Crimes, and Sentences of the Peers Whom They Tried. In This Dissertation The Account Given by Lord Chief Justice Coke of the Office of High Steward Is Stated and Confuted. London: printed for C. Parker, Bookseller, in New Bond Street, ...1.

APA

Russell, S. Nicholas. (...1). The lord High Steward of England: or an historical dissertation on the origin, antiquity, and functions of that officer: Shewing the Difference between him and the King's Chief Justiciar, and the Steward of the King's Houshold, and explaining the Offices of the two latter: with Remarks on the antient and modern Modes of trying Peers; and an Epitome of some remarkable Tryals in the Reign of Richard II. never before digested and published: To which is added, a catalogue of the High Stewards of England, from the Conquest to the present Time, with the Names, Crimes, and Sentences of the Peers whom they tried. In this Dissertation The Account given by Lord Chief Justice Coke of the Office of High Steward is stated and confuted. London: printed for C. Parker, Bookseller, in New Bond Street.

Chicago

Russell, Sambrook Nicholas, The Lord High Steward of England: Or an Historical Dissertation On the Origin, Antiquity, and Functions of That Officer: Shewing the Difference Between Him and the King's Chief Justiciar, and the Steward of the King's Houshold, and Explaining the Offices of the Two Latter: with Remarks On the Antient and Modern Modes of Trying Peers; and an Epitome of Some Remarkable Tryals In the Reign of Richard II. Never before Digested and Published: To Which Is Added, a Catalogue of the High Stewards of England, From the Conquest to the Present Time, with the Names, Crimes, and Sentences of the Peers Whom They Tried. In This Dissertation The Account Given by Lord Chief Justice Coke of the Office of High Steward Is Stated and Confuted. London: printed for C. Parker, Bookseller, in New Bond Street, ...1.