APA Citation

Williams, W. (1683). An answer to sundry matters contain'd in Mr. Hunt's Postscript to his argument for the bishops right in judging in capital causes in Parliament: Viz. 1. As to his publishing a scandalous letter of the clergy; 2. As to his wrongfully charging His Majesty with a neglect of the law if he call'd not a parliament once a year; 3. As to his false affirmations that the succession of the crown is the peoples right, and that not only the line of succession but monarchy it self may be alter'd. London: Printed for Charles Harper, and are to be sold by Walter Davis.

Chicago Style Citation

Williams, Walter. An Answer to Sundry Matters Contain'd in Mr. Hunt's Postscript to His Argument for the Bishops Right in Judging in Capital Causes in Parliament: Viz. 1. As to His Publishing a Scandalous Letter of the Clergy; 2. As to His Wrongfully Charging His Majesty With a Neglect of the Law If He Call'd Not a Parliament Once a Year; 3. As to His False Affirmations That the Succession of the Crown Is the Peoples Right, and That Not Only the Line of Succession but Monarchy It Self May Be Alter'd. London: Printed for Charles Harper, and are to be sold by Walter Davis, 1683.

MLA Citation

Williams, Walter. An Answer to Sundry Matters Contain'd in Mr. Hunt's Postscript to His Argument for the Bishops Right in Judging in Capital Causes in Parliament: Viz. 1. As to His Publishing a Scandalous Letter of the Clergy; 2. As to His Wrongfully Charging His Majesty With a Neglect of the Law If He Call'd Not a Parliament Once a Year; 3. As to His False Affirmations That the Succession of the Crown Is the Peoples Right, and That Not Only the Line of Succession but Monarchy It Self May Be Alter'd. London: Printed for Charles Harper, and are to be sold by Walter Davis, 1683.

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