APA (7th ed.) Citation

Whitaker, E. (1681). The ignoramus justices: Being an answer to the order of sessions at Hick's-Hall, bearing date the 13th of January, 1681, wherein it plainly appears the said order is against law : also a short account of all the acts that relate to Protestant dissenters at this day in force against them ... : and also an account of such acts as are in force against popish recusants ... : and hereunto is also added a brief account of the penalties and forfeitures of those acts ... Printed for Ab. Green.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Whitaker, Edward. The Ignoramus Justices: Being an Answer to the Order of Sessions at Hick's-Hall, Bearing Date the 13th of January, 1681, Wherein It Plainly Appears the Said Order Is Against Law : Also a Short Account of All the Acts That Relate to Protestant Dissenters at This Day in Force Against Them ... : And Also an Account of Such Acts as Are in Force Against Popish Recusants ... : And Hereunto Is Also Added a Brief Account of the Penalties and Forfeitures of Those Acts ... London: Printed for Ab. Green, 1681.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Whitaker, Edward. The Ignoramus Justices: Being an Answer to the Order of Sessions at Hick's-Hall, Bearing Date the 13th of January, 1681, Wherein It Plainly Appears the Said Order Is Against Law : Also a Short Account of All the Acts That Relate to Protestant Dissenters at This Day in Force Against Them ... : And Also an Account of Such Acts as Are in Force Against Popish Recusants ... : And Hereunto Is Also Added a Brief Account of the Penalties and Forfeitures of Those Acts ... Printed for Ab. Green, 1681.


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