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MLA

Charles. His Majesties Most Gratious Message, Read In Both Houses of Parliament, On Tuesday, Septemb. 14. 1647: In Answer to the Propositions of Both Kingdomes. With the Votes of the Lords and Commons (upon the Reading of the Said Message) for the Speedy Setling of the Kingdom. Die Martis 14 Septemb. 1647. This Is Appointed to Be Printed and Published to Prevent the Spreading of False Copies, This Having Been Examined by the Originall. Signed, Charles Rex. Printed at London: by Robert Ibbitson, 1647.

APA

Charles, C. (1647). His Majesties most gratious message, read in both Houses of Parliament, on Tuesday, Septemb. 14. 1647: In answer to the propositions of both kingdomes. With the votes of the Lords and Commons (upon the reading of the said message) for the speedy setling of the kingdom. Die Martis 14 Septemb. 1647. This is appointed to be printed and published to prevent the spreading of false copies, this having been examined by the originall. Signed, Charles Rex. Printed at London: by Robert Ibbitson.

Chicago

Charles His Majesties Most Gratious Message, Read In Both Houses of Parliament, On Tuesday, Septemb. 14. 1647: In Answer to the Propositions of Both Kingdomes. With the Votes of the Lords and Commons (upon the Reading of the Said Message) for the Speedy Setling of the Kingdom. Die Martis 14 Septemb. 1647. This Is Appointed to Be Printed and Published to Prevent the Spreading of False Copies, This Having Been Examined by the Originall. Signed, Charles Rex. Printed at London: by Robert Ibbitson, 1647.