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APA Citation

Robinson, Henry.  (1642).  Libertas, or Reliefe to the English captives in Algier. Briefly discoursing hovv such as are in slavery may be soonest set at liberty, others preserved therein, and the great Turke reduc'd to renue and keepe the peace inviolate, to a greater enlargement of trade and priviledges than ever the English nation hitherto enjoy'd in Turkie. Presented to the serious consideration of the honourable Court of Parliament. By Henry Robinson, gent.  London :  printed by Rich. Cotes for John Sweeting, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Angel, in Popes-head Alley

MLA Citation

Robinson, Henry.  Libertas, or Reliefe to the English captives in Algier. [microform] Briefly discoursing hovv such as are in slavery may be soonest set at liberty, others preserved therein, and the great Turke reduc'd to renue and keepe the peace inviolate, to a greater enlargement of trade and priviledges than ever the English nation hitherto enjoy'd in Turkie. Presented to the serious consideration of the honourable Court of Parliament. By Henry Robinson, gent  printed by Rich. Cotes for John Sweeting, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Angel, in Popes-head Alley London  1642

Australian/Harvard Citation

Robinson, Henry.  1642,  Libertas, or Reliefe to the English captives in Algier. [microform] Briefly discoursing hovv such as are in slavery may be soonest set at liberty, others preserved therein, and the great Turke reduc'd to renue and keepe the peace inviolate, to a greater enlargement of trade and priviledges than ever the English nation hitherto enjoy'd in Turkie. Presented to the serious consideration of the honourable Court of Parliament. By Henry Robinson, gent  printed by Rich. Cotes for John Sweeting, and are to be sold at his shop, at the signe of the Angel, in Popes-head Alley London

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