APA Citation

Person of honour., Defoe, D., & Howard, R. (1697). A free discourse wherein the doctrines which make for tyranny are display'd the title of our rightful and lawful King William vindicated, and the unreasonableness and mischievous tendency of the odious distinction of a king de facto, and de jure, discover'd / by a Person of Honour: The title of our rightful and lawful King William vindicated, and the unreasonableness and mischievous tendency of the odious distinction of a king de facto, and de jure, discover'd / by a Person of Honour. London: Printed for John Lawrence ... and Richard Baldwin ....

Chicago Style Citation

Person of honour., Daniel Defoe, and Robert Howard. A Free Discourse Wherein the Doctrines Which Make for Tyranny Are Display'd the Title of Our Rightful and Lawful King William Vindicated, and the Unreasonableness and Mischievous Tendency of the Odious Distinction of a King De Facto, and De Jure, Discover'd / By a Person of Honour: The Title of Our Rightful and Lawful King William Vindicated, and the Unreasonableness and Mischievous Tendency of the Odious Distinction of a King De Facto, and De Jure, Discover'd / By a Person of Honour. London: Printed for John Lawrence ... and Richard Baldwin ..., 1697.

MLA Citation

Person of honour., Daniel Defoe, and Robert Howard. A Free Discourse Wherein the Doctrines Which Make for Tyranny Are Display'd the Title of Our Rightful and Lawful King William Vindicated, and the Unreasonableness and Mischievous Tendency of the Odious Distinction of a King De Facto, and De Jure, Discover'd / By a Person of Honour: The Title of Our Rightful and Lawful King William Vindicated, and the Unreasonableness and Mischievous Tendency of the Odious Distinction of a King De Facto, and De Jure, Discover'd / By a Person of Honour. London: Printed for John Lawrence ... and Richard Baldwin ..., 1697.

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