APA Citation

Charles Emmanuel I, D. o. S. (1615). A relation of the novv present warres, betweene the illustrious L. Charles Emanuel, D. of Sauoy, Piedmont, &c. and the L. Cardinal of Mantua, D. of Montserrat; seconded by the King of Spaine The Emperors decree, and the Duke of Sauoy his letter to the Emperor, wherein the whole occasion of the warres is briefly declared. Translated out of the Latin copie: The Emperors decree, and the Duke of Sauoy his letter to the Emperor, wherein the whole occasion of the warres is briefly declared. Translated out of the Latin copie. London: Printed by W. Stansby for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at his shop vnder Saint Augustines Gate.

Chicago Style Citation

Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy. A Relation of the Novv Present Warres, Betweene the Illustrious L. Charles Emanuel, D. of Sauoy, Piedmont, &c. and the L. Cardinal of Mantua, D. of Montserrat; Seconded By the King of Spaine The Emperors Decree, and the Duke of Sauoy His Letter to the Emperor, Wherein the Whole Occasion of the Warres Is Briefly Declared. Translated Out of the Latin Copie: The Emperors Decree, and the Duke of Sauoy His Letter to the Emperor, Wherein the Whole Occasion of the Warres Is Briefly Declared. Translated Out of the Latin Copie. London: Printed by W. Stansby for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at his shop vnder Saint Augustines Gate, 1615.

MLA Citation

Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy. A Relation of the Novv Present Warres, Betweene the Illustrious L. Charles Emanuel, D. of Sauoy, Piedmont, &c. and the L. Cardinal of Mantua, D. of Montserrat; Seconded By the King of Spaine The Emperors Decree, and the Duke of Sauoy His Letter to the Emperor, Wherein the Whole Occasion of the Warres Is Briefly Declared. Translated Out of the Latin Copie: The Emperors Decree, and the Duke of Sauoy His Letter to the Emperor, Wherein the Whole Occasion of the Warres Is Briefly Declared. Translated Out of the Latin Copie. London: Printed by W. Stansby for Nathaniel Butter, and are to be sold at his shop vnder Saint Augustines Gate, 1615.

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