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MLA

Peck, Francis. Memoirs of the Life and Actions of Oliver Cromwell: As Delivered In Three Panegyrics of Him, Written In Latin: the First, As Said, by Don Juan Roderigurez De Saa Meneses, Conde De Penagiuino, the Portugal Ambassador: The Second, As Affirmed, by a Certain Jesuit, the Lord Ambassador's Chaplain: Yet Both, it Is Thought, Composed by Mr. John Milton (latin Secretary to Cromwell) As Was the Third. With an English Version of Each. The Whole Illustrated with a Large Historical Preface; Many Similar Passages From the Paradise Lost & Other Works of Mr. John Milton; & Notes From the Best Historians. To All Which Is Added, a Collection of Divers Curious Historical Pieces Relating to Cromwell & a Great Member of Other Remarkable Persons (after the Manner of Desiderata Curiosa Vol. I. & Ii.) By Francis Peck, M.a. the Compiler of Those Volumes. Adorned with the Heads of Essex, Fairfax, Hambden, Lady Falconberg, the Handwriting, Sign Manual, & Medals of O. Cromwell. London: [s.n.], nd.1.

APA

Peck, F. (nd.1). Memoirs of the life and actions of Oliver Cromwell: As delivered in three panegyrics of him, written in Latin: the first, as said, by Don Juan Roderigurez de Saa Meneses, Conde de Penagiuino, the Portugal ambassador: The second, as affirmed, by a certain Jesuit, the lord ambassador's chaplain: yet both, it is thought, composed by Mr. John Milton (Latin secretary to Cromwell) as was the third. With an English version of each. The whole illustrated with a large historical preface; many similar passages from the Paradise lost & other works of Mr. John Milton; & notes from the best historians. To all which is added, a collection of divers curious historical pieces relating to Cromwell & a great member of other remarkable persons (after the manner of desiderata curiosa vol. I. & II.) By Francis Peck, M.A. the compiler of those volumes. Adorned with the heads of Essex, Fairfax, Hambden, Lady Falconberg, the handwriting, sign manual, & medals of O. Cromwell. London: [s.n.].

Chicago

Peck, Francis, Memoirs of the Life and Actions of Oliver Cromwell: As Delivered In Three Panegyrics of Him, Written In Latin: the First, As Said, by Don Juan Roderigurez De Saa Meneses, Conde De Penagiuino, the Portugal Ambassador: The Second, As Affirmed, by a Certain Jesuit, the Lord Ambassador's Chaplain: Yet Both, it Is Thought, Composed by Mr. John Milton (latin Secretary to Cromwell) As Was the Third. With an English Version of Each. The Whole Illustrated with a Large Historical Preface; Many Similar Passages From the Paradise Lost & Other Works of Mr. John Milton; & Notes From the Best Historians. To All Which Is Added, a Collection of Divers Curious Historical Pieces Relating to Cromwell & a Great Member of Other Remarkable Persons (after the Manner of Desiderata Curiosa Vol. I. & II.) By Francis Peck, M.A. the Compiler of Those Volumes. Adorned with the Heads of Essex, Fairfax, Hambden, Lady Falconberg, the Handwriting, Sign Manual, & Medals of O. Cromwell. London: [s.n.], nd.1.