‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. / Champion, Justin; Womersley, David (Editor).

D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ, 2005. p. 86-107.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

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‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. / Champion, Justin; Womersley, David (Editor).

D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ, 2005. p. 86-107.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Champion, J & Womersley, D (ed.) 2005, ‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. in D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ, pp. 86-107. <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/56065078>

APA

Champion, J., & Womersley, D. (Ed.) (2005). ‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. In D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism (pp. 86-107). http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/56065078

Vancouver

Champion J, Womersley D, (ed.). ‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. In D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ. 2005. p. 86-107

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Champion, Justin ; Womersley, David (Editor). / ‘Anglia Libera’: commonwealth politics in the early years of George I. D. Womersley (ed) Cultures of Whiggism. Newark, NJ, 2005. pp. 86-107

BibTeX

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