APA Citation

Geree, J. (1641). Vindiciæ voti, or a vindication of the true sense of the nationall covenant, in a brief and moderate answere to the Protestation protested: Discovering the unsoundnesse of that interpretation of the covenant, and the weakness of the grounds there suggested for separate and independant churches. London: Printed by R. Oulton for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the gilt Cup, near Saint Austins Gate.

Chicago Style Citation

Geree, John. Vindiciæ Voti, or a Vindication of the True Sense of the Nationall Covenant, in a Brief and Moderate Answere to the Protestation Protested: Discovering the Unsoundnesse of That Interpretation of the Covenant, and the Weakness of the Grounds There Suggested for Separate and Independant Churches. London: Printed by R. Oulton for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the gilt Cup, near Saint Austins Gate, 1641.

MLA Citation

Geree, John. Vindiciæ Voti, or a Vindication of the True Sense of the Nationall Covenant, in a Brief and Moderate Answere to the Protestation Protested: Discovering the Unsoundnesse of That Interpretation of the Covenant, and the Weakness of the Grounds There Suggested for Separate and Independant Churches. London: Printed by R. Oulton for Iohn Bartlet, and are to be sold at the signe of the gilt Cup, near Saint Austins Gate, 1641.

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