APA Citation

Goodwin, J., & Caryl, J. (1655). A fresh discovery of the high-Presbyterian spirit. Or The quenching of the second beacon fired: Declaring I. The un-Christian dealings of the authors of a pamphlet, entituled, A second beacon fired, &c. In presenting unto the Lord Protector and Parlament, a falsified passage out of one of Mr John Goodwins books, as containing, either blasphemie, or error, or both. II. The evil of their petition for subjecting the libertie of the press to the arbitrariness and will of a few men. III. The Christian equity, that satisfaction be given to the person so notoriously and publickly wronged. Together with the responsatory epistle of the said beacon firers, to the said Mr Goodwin, fraught with further revilings, falsifications, scurrilous language, &c. insteed of a Christian acknowledgment of their errour. Upon which epistle some animadversions are made,. London,: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by H. Cripps, and L.Ll. in Popes head Alley..

Chicago Style Citation

Goodwin, John, and Joseph Caryl. A Fresh Discovery of the High-Presbyterian Spirit. Or The Quenching of the Second Beacon Fired: Declaring I. The Un-Christian Dealings of the Authors of a Pamphlet, Entituled, A Second Beacon Fired, &c. In Presenting Unto the Lord Protector and Parlament, a Falsified Passage Out of One of Mr John Goodwins Books, As Containing, Either Blasphemie, or Error, or Both. II. The Evil of Their Petition for Subjecting the Libertie of the Press to the Arbitrariness and Will of a Few Men. III. The Christian Equity, That Satisfaction Be Given to the Person so Notoriously and Publickly Wronged. Together With the Responsatory Epistle of the Said Beacon Firers, to the Said Mr Goodwin, Fraught With Further Revilings, Falsifications, Scurrilous Language, &c. Insteed of a Christian Acknowledgment of Their Errour. Upon Which Epistle Some Animadversions Are Made,. London,: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by H. Cripps, and L.Ll. in Popes head Alley., 1655.

MLA Citation

Goodwin, John, and Joseph Caryl. A Fresh Discovery of the High-Presbyterian Spirit. Or The Quenching of the Second Beacon Fired: Declaring I. The Un-Christian Dealings of the Authors of a Pamphlet, Entituled, A Second Beacon Fired, &c. In Presenting Unto the Lord Protector and Parlament, a Falsified Passage Out of One of Mr John Goodwins Books, As Containing, Either Blasphemie, or Error, or Both. II. The Evil of Their Petition for Subjecting the Libertie of the Press to the Arbitrariness and Will of a Few Men. III. The Christian Equity, That Satisfaction Be Given to the Person so Notoriously and Publickly Wronged. Together With the Responsatory Epistle of the Said Beacon Firers, to the Said Mr Goodwin, Fraught With Further Revilings, Falsifications, Scurrilous Language, &c. Insteed of a Christian Acknowledgment of Their Errour. Upon Which Epistle Some Animadversions Are Made,. London,: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by H. Cripps, and L.Ll. in Popes head Alley., 1655.

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