APA Citation

Ashhurst, W. (1648). Reasons against agreement with a late printed paper, intituled, Foundations of freedome, or, The agreement of the people: Vvhereby it doth appear, that the particulars proposed in the said paper are not foundations of freedome, but of tyrannie and slaverie to the people, being destructive to religion, laws, liberty, and government, against our Covenant and protestations, and very dangerous and unsafe for the kingdom. London: Printed for Tho. Underhill.

Chicago Style Citation

Ashhurst, William. Reasons against Agreement With a Late Printed Paper, Intituled, Foundations of Freedome, Or, The Agreement of the People: Vvhereby It Doth Appear, That the Particulars Proposed in the Said Paper Are Not Foundations of Freedome, but of Tyrannie and Slaverie to the People, Being Destructive to Religion, Laws, Liberty, and Government, against Our Covenant and Protestations, and Very Dangerous and Unsafe for the Kingdom. London: Printed for Tho. Underhill, 1648.

MLA Citation

Ashhurst, William. Reasons against Agreement With a Late Printed Paper, Intituled, Foundations of Freedome, Or, The Agreement of the People: Vvhereby It Doth Appear, That the Particulars Proposed in the Said Paper Are Not Foundations of Freedome, but of Tyrannie and Slaverie to the People, Being Destructive to Religion, Laws, Liberty, and Government, against Our Covenant and Protestations, and Very Dangerous and Unsafe for the Kingdom. London: Printed for Tho. Underhill, 1648.

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