APA Citation

Dorrington, T. (1714). The true foundation of obedience and submission to his present majesty King George, stated and confirm'd; and the late happy revolution vindicated from the black and odious colours by some cast upon it. In an epistle to his parishioners, ... By Theophilus Dorrington. London: printed for John Morphew.

Chicago Style Citation

Dorrington, Theophilus. The True Foundation of Obedience and Submission to His Present Majesty King George, Stated and Confirm'd; and the Late Happy Revolution Vindicated From the Black and Odious Colours By Some Cast Upon It. In an Epistle to His Parishioners, ... By Theophilus Dorrington. London: printed for John Morphew, 1714.

MLA Citation

Dorrington, Theophilus. The True Foundation of Obedience and Submission to His Present Majesty King George, Stated and Confirm'd; and the Late Happy Revolution Vindicated From the Black and Odious Colours By Some Cast Upon It. In an Epistle to His Parishioners, ... By Theophilus Dorrington. London: printed for John Morphew, 1714.

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