APA Citation

Oxford scholler. (1642). A letter sent by an Oxford scholler to his quondam schoolemaster: Wherein the Parliament is proved either not to be at all, or to be at Oxford : their pretences detected, some objections answered, and the Kings cause so asserted, that the schoolmasters answer doth acknowledge himselfe convinc't : as also the scholler's reply to that answer, wherein he hath inserted a love-elegie from one of the five members to his paramour and his repulse in her answer. [Oxford, Oxfordshire]: Printed for W. Webb.

Chicago Style Citation

Oxford scholler. A Letter Sent By an Oxford Scholler to His Quondam Schoolemaster: Wherein the Parliament Is Proved Either Not to Be At All, or to Be At Oxford : Their Pretences Detected, Some Objections Answered, and the Kings Cause so Asserted, That the Schoolmasters Answer Doth Acknowledge Himselfe Convinc't : As Also the Scholler's Reply to That Answer, Wherein He Hath Inserted a Love-elegie From One of the Five Members to His Paramour and His Repulse in Her Answer. [Oxford, Oxfordshire]: Printed for W. Webb, 1642.

MLA Citation

Oxford scholler. A Letter Sent By an Oxford Scholler to His Quondam Schoolemaster: Wherein the Parliament Is Proved Either Not to Be At All, or to Be At Oxford : Their Pretences Detected, Some Objections Answered, and the Kings Cause so Asserted, That the Schoolmasters Answer Doth Acknowledge Himselfe Convinc't : As Also the Scholler's Reply to That Answer, Wherein He Hath Inserted a Love-elegie From One of the Five Members to His Paramour and His Repulse in Her Answer. [Oxford, Oxfordshire]: Printed for W. Webb, 1642.

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