APA Citation

Stockwood, J. (1584). A verie godlie and profitable sermon of the necessitie, properties, and office of a good magistrate: And what duety the people dooth owe vnto the same: the which may not vnfitlie be tearmed. A president for all incorporations, to dyrect them in the Christian choice of a godly magistrate. By Iohn Stockwood Scholemaister of Tunbridge. Printed at London: By I. C[harlewood] for Thomas Butter, dwelling at Saint Austines gate.

Chicago Style Citation

Stockwood, John. A Verie Godlie and Profitable Sermon of the Necessitie, Properties, and Office of a Good Magistrate: And What Duety the People Dooth Owe Vnto the Same: The Which May Not Vnfitlie Be Tearmed. A President for All Incorporations, to Dyrect Them in the Christian Choice of a Godly Magistrate. By Iohn Stockwood Scholemaister of Tunbridge. Printed at London: By I. C[harlewood] for Thomas Butter, dwelling at Saint Austines gate, 1584.

MLA Citation

Stockwood, John. A Verie Godlie and Profitable Sermon of the Necessitie, Properties, and Office of a Good Magistrate: And What Duety the People Dooth Owe Vnto the Same: The Which May Not Vnfitlie Be Tearmed. A President for All Incorporations, to Dyrect Them in the Christian Choice of a Godly Magistrate. By Iohn Stockwood Scholemaister of Tunbridge. Printed at London: By I. C[harlewood] for Thomas Butter, dwelling at Saint Austines gate, 1584.

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