APA Citation

(1644). The fallacies of Mr. VVilliam Prynne, discovered and confuted: In a short view of his late bookes intituled, The soveraignty of Parliaments, Opening of the great seale, &c. Wherein is laid open his false quotations, calumniating falsehoods, wresting of the scriptures, points of popery, grosse absurdities, meere contradictions, hainous treasons, and plaine betraying of the cause. written in answer to a letter, sent by J.F. to his friend. Oxford [i.e. London]: Printed by Leonard Lichfield.

Chicago Style Citation

The Fallacies of Mr. VVilliam Prynne, Discovered and Confuted: In a Short View of His Late Bookes Intituled, The Soveraignty of Parliaments, Opening of the Great Seale, &c. Wherein Is Laid Open His False Quotations, Calumniating Falsehoods, Wresting of the Scriptures, Points of Popery, Grosse Absurdities, Meere Contradictions, Hainous Treasons, and Plaine Betraying of the Cause. Written in Answer to a Letter, Sent By J.F. to His Friend. Oxford [i.e. London]: Printed by Leonard Lichfield, 1644.

MLA Citation

The Fallacies of Mr. VVilliam Prynne, Discovered and Confuted: In a Short View of His Late Bookes Intituled, The Soveraignty of Parliaments, Opening of the Great Seale, &c. Wherein Is Laid Open His False Quotations, Calumniating Falsehoods, Wresting of the Scriptures, Points of Popery, Grosse Absurdities, Meere Contradictions, Hainous Treasons, and Plaine Betraying of the Cause. Written in Answer to a Letter, Sent By J.F. to His Friend. Oxford [i.e. London]: Printed by Leonard Lichfield, 1644.

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