APA Citation

(1644). Specvlvm impietatis, or, Wholesome advice for His Majestie and his three kingdomes: Wherein the Jesuites are displayed, described and set forth in their true colovrs by their owne popish faction, and such as make exact profession of the Roman religion. Whereby England, Scotland, and Ireland may plainely perceive what kinde of virulent and banefull vipers the papists, forrainers and Irish rebells which are now in armes against the Parliament and true Protestants, labour to bring in, and to set up amongst us, to the utter ruine of religion and liberty. Qui cum Jesu itis, non itis cum Jesuitis. You that love Jesus, free the Jesuits. London: Printed for G. Bishop, and H. Shepheard.

Chicago Style Citation

Specvlvm Impietatis, Or, Wholesome Advice for His Majestie and His Three Kingdomes: Wherein the Jesuites Are Displayed, Described and Set Forth in Their True Colovrs By Their Owne Popish Faction, and Such As Make Exact Profession of the Roman Religion. Whereby England, Scotland, and Ireland May Plainely Perceive What Kinde of Virulent and Banefull Vipers the Papists, Forrainers and Irish Rebells Which Are Now in Armes against the Parliament and True Protestants, Labour to Bring In, and to Set Up Amongst Us, to the Utter Ruine of Religion and Liberty. Qui Cum Jesu Itis, Non Itis Cum Jesuitis. You That Love Jesus, Free the Jesuits. London: Printed for G. Bishop, and H. Shepheard, 1644.

MLA Citation

Specvlvm Impietatis, Or, Wholesome Advice for His Majestie and His Three Kingdomes: Wherein the Jesuites Are Displayed, Described and Set Forth in Their True Colovrs By Their Owne Popish Faction, and Such As Make Exact Profession of the Roman Religion. Whereby England, Scotland, and Ireland May Plainely Perceive What Kinde of Virulent and Banefull Vipers the Papists, Forrainers and Irish Rebells Which Are Now in Armes against the Parliament and True Protestants, Labour to Bring In, and to Set Up Amongst Us, to the Utter Ruine of Religion and Liberty. Qui Cum Jesu Itis, Non Itis Cum Jesuitis. You That Love Jesus, Free the Jesuits. London: Printed for G. Bishop, and H. Shepheard, 1644.

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