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APA Citation

Rudyard, Thomas.  (1682).  The case of Protestant dissenters shewing that the laws made in the 23d and 28th of Queen Elizabeth, for forfeiture of 20 l. a month of absenting from the parish church, and that of the 3d of King James, for seizing two thirds of persons estates, convicted on those laws, were only made against papists and not against Protestant dissenters : for information of all sober Protestants, whether justices of the peace, grand jurors, petty juries, &c.  London :  Printed for Benjamin Clark

MLA Citation

Rudyard, Thomas.  The case of Protestant dissenters [electronic resource] : shewing that the laws made in the 23d and 28th of Queen Elizabeth, for forfeiture of 20 l. a month of absenting from the parish church, and that of the 3d of King James, for seizing two thirds of persons estates, convicted on those laws, were only made against papists and not against Protestant dissenters : for information of all sober Protestants, whether justices of the peace, grand jurors, petty juries, &c  Printed for Benjamin Clark London  1682

Australian/Harvard Citation

Rudyard, Thomas.  1682,  The case of Protestant dissenters [electronic resource] : shewing that the laws made in the 23d and 28th of Queen Elizabeth, for forfeiture of 20 l. a month of absenting from the parish church, and that of the 3d of King James, for seizing two thirds of persons estates, convicted on those laws, were only made against papists and not against Protestant dissenters : for information of all sober Protestants, whether justices of the peace, grand jurors, petty juries, &c  Printed for Benjamin Clark London

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