APA Citation

(1643). The king no tyrant: or, the character of them both Being the true mirrour of a commonwealth. Containing the severall sorts of government, and how a king may be known, and distinguished from a tyrant. As also what are the lawes, magistrates, and counsellors which conduce to the establishment of a perfect commonwealth. Printed according to order: Being the true mirrour of a commonwealth. Containing the severall sorts of government, and how a king may be known, and distinguished from a tyrant. As also what are the lawes, magistrates, and counsellors which conduce to the establishment of a perfect commonwealth. Printed according to order. London: printed for Laurence Chapman.

Chicago Style Citation

The King No Tyrant: Or, the Character of Them Both Being the True Mirrour of a Commonwealth. Containing the Severall Sorts of Government, and How a King May Be Known, and Distinguished From a Tyrant. As Also What Are the Lawes, Magistrates, and Counsellors Which Conduce to the Establishment of a Perfect Commonwealth. Printed According to Order: Being the True Mirrour of a Commonwealth. Containing the Severall Sorts of Government, and How a King May Be Known, and Distinguished From a Tyrant. As Also What Are the Lawes, Magistrates, and Counsellors Which Conduce to the Establishment of a Perfect Commonwealth. Printed According to Order. London: printed for Laurence Chapman, 1643.

MLA Citation

The King No Tyrant: Or, the Character of Them Both Being the True Mirrour of a Commonwealth. Containing the Severall Sorts of Government, and How a King May Be Known, and Distinguished From a Tyrant. As Also What Are the Lawes, Magistrates, and Counsellors Which Conduce to the Establishment of a Perfect Commonwealth. Printed According to Order: Being the True Mirrour of a Commonwealth. Containing the Severall Sorts of Government, and How a King May Be Known, and Distinguished From a Tyrant. As Also What Are the Lawes, Magistrates, and Counsellors Which Conduce to the Establishment of a Perfect Commonwealth. Printed According to Order. London: printed for Laurence Chapman, 1643.

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