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APA Citation

Wither, George.  (1662).  A proclamation in the name of the King of kings, to all inhabitants of the isles of Great Brittain and especially to those who have hypocritically pretended to justice, mercy, honesty, and religion (as also to them who have lived in open prophaness and impiety) summoning them to repentance, by denouncing God's judgements, and declaring his mercy, offered in the everlasting gospel.

MLA Citation

Wither, George.  A proclamation in the name of the King of kings, to all inhabitants of the isles of Great Brittain [electronic resource] : and especially to those who have hypocritically pretended to justice, mercy, honesty, and religion (as also to them who have lived in open prophaness and impiety) summoning them to repentance, by denouncing God's judgements, and declaring his mercy, offered in the everlasting gospel / warrantably proclaimed and preached by Geo. Wither ... ; whereto are added, some fragments of the same authors, omitted in the first imprinting of the book, intituled Scraps and crums, and a few which were collected since that impression, and during his imprisonment  London  1662

Australian/Harvard Citation

Wither, George.  1662,  A proclamation in the name of the King of kings, to all inhabitants of the isles of Great Brittain [electronic resource] : and especially to those who have hypocritically pretended to justice, mercy, honesty, and religion (as also to them who have lived in open prophaness and impiety) summoning them to repentance, by denouncing God's judgements, and declaring his mercy, offered in the everlasting gospel / warrantably proclaimed and preached by Geo. Wither ... ; whereto are added, some fragments of the same authors, omitted in the first imprinting of the book, intituled Scraps and crums, and a few which were collected since that impression, and during his imprisonment  London

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