APA Citation

Goodwin, J., & Early English Books Online. (1643). Os ossorianvm, or A bone for a bishop to pick: Being a vindication of some passages in a treatise lately published, called Anti-cavalierisme, from the impertinent and importune exceptions of Gr: Williams, the author of the Grand rebellion: calling himselfe by the name of the L. Bishop of Ossory. Wherein likewise, the malignitie of severall passages in the said Grand rebellion against the Parliament, is discovered; and that question further cleared; how and in what sense kingly government may be said to be the ordinance of God: so that it may indifferently serve for an answer to that whole discourse. By the author of the sayd treatise of Anti-Cavalierisme. London: Printed for Henry Overton.

Chicago Style Citation

Goodwin, John, and Early English Books Online. Os Ossorianvm, or A Bone for a Bishop to Pick: Being a Vindication of Some Passages in a Treatise Lately Published, Called Anti-cavalierisme, From the Impertinent and Importune Exceptions of Gr: Williams, the Author of the Grand Rebellion: Calling Himselfe By the Name of the L. Bishop of Ossory. Wherein Likewise, the Malignitie of Severall Passages in the Said Grand Rebellion against the Parliament, Is Discovered; and That Question Further Cleared; How and in What Sense Kingly Government May Be Said to Be the Ordinance of God: So That It May Indifferently Serve for an Answer to That Whole Discourse. By the Author of the Sayd Treatise of Anti-Cavalierisme. London: Printed for Henry Overton, 1643.

MLA Citation

Goodwin, John, and Early English Books Online. Os Ossorianvm, or A Bone for a Bishop to Pick: Being a Vindication of Some Passages in a Treatise Lately Published, Called Anti-cavalierisme, From the Impertinent and Importune Exceptions of Gr: Williams, the Author of the Grand Rebellion: Calling Himselfe By the Name of the L. Bishop of Ossory. Wherein Likewise, the Malignitie of Severall Passages in the Said Grand Rebellion against the Parliament, Is Discovered; and That Question Further Cleared; How and in What Sense Kingly Government May Be Said to Be the Ordinance of God: So That It May Indifferently Serve for an Answer to That Whole Discourse. By the Author of the Sayd Treatise of Anti-Cavalierisme. London: Printed for Henry Overton, 1643.

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