Walker, H., & Early English Books Online. (1642). The modest vindication of Henry VValker: In answer to certaine scandalous pamphlets, forged and vented abroad in his name (withou[t]: his privity.) Against which, as also the authours thereof, together with the popular aspersions of many other turbulent spirits, he doth protest; and before almighty God, clear himselfe to all the world. London: [s.n.].MLA Citation
Walker, Henry, and Early English Books Online. The Modest Vindication of Henry VValker: In Answer to Certaine Scandalous Pamphlets, Forged and Vented Abroad in His Name (withou[t]: His Privity.) Against Which, As Also the Authours Thereof, Together With the Popular Aspersions of Many Other Turbulent Spirits, He Doth Protest; and Before Almighty God, Clear Himselfe to All the World. London: [s.n.], 1642.