APA Citation

(1717). The Muses fountain clear: Or the dutiful Oxonian's defence of his mother's loyalty to King George. Wherein is demonstrated that the University of Oxford in general, and her most noted members, viz. the Bishop of Rochester, the Bishop of Bristol, and Dr. Sacheverell, have, by their most free and sacred acts, constantly promoted and maintain'd the revolution and the protestant succession. London: printed and sold by J. Roberts.

Chicago Style Citation

The Muses Fountain Clear: Or the Dutiful Oxonian's Defence of His Mother's Loyalty to King George. Wherein Is Demonstrated That the University of Oxford in General, and Her Most Noted Members, Viz. the Bishop of Rochester, the Bishop of Bristol, and Dr. Sacheverell, Have, By Their Most Free and Sacred Acts, Constantly Promoted and Maintain'd the Revolution and the Protestant Succession. London: printed and sold by J. Roberts, 1717.

MLA Citation

The Muses Fountain Clear: Or the Dutiful Oxonian's Defence of His Mother's Loyalty to King George. Wherein Is Demonstrated That the University of Oxford in General, and Her Most Noted Members, Viz. the Bishop of Rochester, the Bishop of Bristol, and Dr. Sacheverell, Have, By Their Most Free and Sacred Acts, Constantly Promoted and Maintain'd the Revolution and the Protestant Succession. London: printed and sold by J. Roberts, 1717.

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