APA Citation

(1701). The duke of Anjou's succession considered: As to its legality and consequences; With Reflections on the French King's Memorial to the Dutch, and on what may be the Interest of the several Princes and States of Christendom, with Respect to the present Conjuncture. To which is added at large, because referr'd to in the Book, The Clause of Louis XIV's Contract of Marriage, renouncing the Spanish Succession. His Ratification of the Same. His Queen, the Infanta's Renunciations. The Article of the Treaty of the Pyranees, and The Clause of Philip Iv's Will, confirming the said Renunciations (The second edition.). Dublin: re-printed, by John Brocas in School-House-Lane, for Rob. Thornton, Stationer to his Majesty; and Mathew Gunne, Booksellers in Essex-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

The Duke of Anjou's Succession Considered: As to Its Legality and Consequences; With Reflections On the French King's Memorial to the Dutch, and On What May Be the Interest of the Several Princes and States of Christendom, With Respect to the Present Conjuncture. To Which Is Added At Large, Because Referr'd to in the Book, The Clause of Louis XIV's Contract of Marriage, Renouncing the Spanish Succession. His Ratification of the Same. His Queen, the Infanta's Renunciations. The Article of the Treaty of the Pyranees, and The Clause of Philip Iv's Will, Confirming the Said Renunciations. The second edition. Dublin: re-printed, by John Brocas in School-House-Lane, for Rob. Thornton, Stationer to his Majesty; and Mathew Gunne, Booksellers in Essex-Street, 1701.

MLA Citation

The Duke of Anjou's Succession Considered: As to Its Legality and Consequences; With Reflections On the French King's Memorial to the Dutch, and On What May Be the Interest of the Several Princes and States of Christendom, With Respect to the Present Conjuncture. To Which Is Added At Large, Because Referr'd to in the Book, The Clause of Louis XIV's Contract of Marriage, Renouncing the Spanish Succession. His Ratification of the Same. His Queen, the Infanta's Renunciations. The Article of the Treaty of the Pyranees, and The Clause of Philip Iv's Will, Confirming the Said Renunciations. The second edition. Dublin: re-printed, by John Brocas in School-House-Lane, for Rob. Thornton, Stationer to his Majesty; and Mathew Gunne, Booksellers in Essex-Street, 1701.

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