APA Citation

James. (1715). The King having impartially considered both the sufferings of the royal family, and the troubles and dismal prospect of these kingdoms; and being fully resolved, by the help of God, to recover His own right, and restore the peace and prosperity of these unhhappy [sic] nations; He is most willing to remove all obstructions. [London?].

Chicago Style Citation

James. The King Having Impartially Considered Both the Sufferings of the Royal Family, and the Troubles and Dismal Prospect of These Kingdoms; and Being Fully Resolved, By the Help of God, to Recover His Own Right, and Restore the Peace and Prosperity of These Unhhappy [sic] Nations; He Is Most Willing to Remove All Obstructions. [London?], 1715.

MLA Citation

James. The King Having Impartially Considered Both the Sufferings of the Royal Family, and the Troubles and Dismal Prospect of These Kingdoms; and Being Fully Resolved, By the Help of God, to Recover His Own Right, and Restore the Peace and Prosperity of These Unhhappy [sic] Nations; He Is Most Willing to Remove All Obstructions. [London?], 1715.

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