APA Citation

Philipps, J. (1724). Georgii regno honores: Or, a short account of the peers and peeresses of Great Britain and Ireland, created, or Advanced in their Peerage, by His Majesty King George; And of the Bishops, Baronets, Knights of the Garter, Knights of the Thistle, and Knights Batchelors made by His Majesty. Together with a list of Members of both Houses of Parliament in Great-Britain, that have died since His Majesty's accession, with the time of their Decease, their Titles and Offices. As also of the persons that have enjoyed the chief posts in the government during His Majesty's Reign. Collected by John Philipps, Esq. London: printed for R. Gosling at the Middle-Temple Gate.

Chicago Style Citation

Philipps, John. Georgii Regno Honores: Or, a Short Account of the Peers and Peeresses of Great Britain and Ireland, Created, or Advanced in Their Peerage, By His Majesty King George; And of the Bishops, Baronets, Knights of the Garter, Knights of the Thistle, and Knights Batchelors Made By His Majesty. Together With a List of Members of Both Houses of Parliament in Great-Britain, That Have Died Since His Majesty's Accession, With the Time of Their Decease, Their Titles and Offices. As Also of the Persons That Have Enjoyed the Chief Posts in the Government During His Majesty's Reign. Collected By John Philipps, Esq. London: printed for R. Gosling at the Middle-Temple Gate, 1724.

MLA Citation

Philipps, John. Georgii Regno Honores: Or, a Short Account of the Peers and Peeresses of Great Britain and Ireland, Created, or Advanced in Their Peerage, By His Majesty King George; And of the Bishops, Baronets, Knights of the Garter, Knights of the Thistle, and Knights Batchelors Made By His Majesty. Together With a List of Members of Both Houses of Parliament in Great-Britain, That Have Died Since His Majesty's Accession, With the Time of Their Decease, Their Titles and Offices. As Also of the Persons That Have Enjoyed the Chief Posts in the Government During His Majesty's Reign. Collected By John Philipps, Esq. London: printed for R. Gosling at the Middle-Temple Gate, 1724.

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