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APA Citation

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson.  (1863).  History of England from the accession of James I to the disgrace of Chief-Justice Coke : 1603-1616.  London :  Hurst and Blackett

MLA Citation

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson.  History of England from the accession of James I to the disgrace of Chief-Justice Coke : 1603-1616 / by Samuel Rawson Gardiner  Hurst and Blackett London  1863

Australian/Harvard Citation

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson.  1863,  History of England from the accession of James I to the disgrace of Chief-Justice Coke : 1603-1616 / by Samuel Rawson Gardiner  Hurst and Blackett London

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