APA Citation

Leighton, A. (1629). An appeal to the Parliament; or Sions plea against the prelacie: The summe wheroff is delivered in a decade of positions. In the handling whereoff, the Lord Bishops, and their appurtenances are manifestlie proved, both by divine and humane lawes, to be intruders vpon the priviledges of Christ, of the King, and of the common-weal: and therefore vpon good evidence given, she hartelie desireth a iudgement and execution. [Amsterdam]: Printed [by the successors of Giles Thorp].

Chicago Style Citation

Leighton, Alexander. An Appeal to the Parliament; or Sions Plea against the Prelacie: The Summe Wheroff Is Delivered in a Decade of Positions. In the Handling Whereoff, the Lord Bishops, and Their Appurtenances Are Manifestlie Proved, Both By Divine and Humane Lawes, to Be Intruders Vpon the Priviledges of Christ, of the King, and of the Common-weal: And Therefore Vpon Good Evidence Given, She Hartelie Desireth a Iudgement and Execution. [Amsterdam]: Printed [by the successors of Giles Thorp], 1629.

MLA Citation

Leighton, Alexander. An Appeal to the Parliament; or Sions Plea against the Prelacie: The Summe Wheroff Is Delivered in a Decade of Positions. In the Handling Whereoff, the Lord Bishops, and Their Appurtenances Are Manifestlie Proved, Both By Divine and Humane Lawes, to Be Intruders Vpon the Priviledges of Christ, of the King, and of the Common-weal: And Therefore Vpon Good Evidence Given, She Hartelie Desireth a Iudgement and Execution. [Amsterdam]: Printed [by the successors of Giles Thorp], 1629.

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