APA Citation

(1756). The acts of that short session of Parliament held in Dublin, May 7, 1689: Under the Late King James II. Which more fully discover the genius, interests views, &c. of the then sitting members than any thing hitherto taken notice of by the historians of that time. To which is prefixed, The speech of the Late K. James II. at the opening of the said session. The whole taken from authentick MSS. and published for the entertainment of the curious. Dublin: Printed for Michael North, bookseller, next door to the Exchequer-Office in Castle-street.

Chicago Style Citation

The Acts of That Short Session of Parliament Held in Dublin, May 7, 1689: Under the Late King James II. Which More Fully Discover the Genius, Interests Views, &c. of the Then Sitting Members Than Any Thing Hitherto Taken Notice of By the Historians of That Time. To Which Is Prefixed, The Speech of the Late K. James II. At the Opening of the Said Session. The Whole Taken From Authentick MSS. and Published for the Entertainment of the Curious. Dublin: Printed for Michael North, bookseller, next door to the Exchequer-Office in Castle-street, 1756.

MLA Citation

The Acts of That Short Session of Parliament Held in Dublin, May 7, 1689: Under the Late King James II. Which More Fully Discover the Genius, Interests Views, &c. of the Then Sitting Members Than Any Thing Hitherto Taken Notice of By the Historians of That Time. To Which Is Prefixed, The Speech of the Late K. James II. At the Opening of the Said Session. The Whole Taken From Authentick MSS. and Published for the Entertainment of the Curious. Dublin: Printed for Michael North, bookseller, next door to the Exchequer-Office in Castle-street, 1756.

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