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Winstanley, Gerrard.  (1650).  An appeale to all Englishmen, to judge between bondage and freedome, sent from those that began to digge upon George Hill in Surrey; but now are carrying on, that publick work upon the little heath in the parish of Cobham, neare unto George Hill, wherein it appeares, that the work of digging upon the commons, is not onely warranted by Scripture, but by the law of the Common-wealth of England likewise.

MLA Citation

Winstanley, Gerrard.  An appeale to all Englishmen, to judge between bondage and freedome, sent from those that began to digge upon George Hill in Surrey; but now are carrying on, that publick work upon the little heath in the parish of Cobham, neare unto George Hill, wherein it appeares, that the work of digging upon the commons, is not onely warranted by Scripture, but by the law of the Common-wealth of England likewise. [electronic resource]  [London  1650

Australian/Harvard Citation

Winstanley, Gerrard.  1650,  An appeale to all Englishmen, to judge between bondage and freedome, sent from those that began to digge upon George Hill in Surrey; but now are carrying on, that publick work upon the little heath in the parish of Cobham, neare unto George Hill, wherein it appeares, that the work of digging upon the commons, is not onely warranted by Scripture, but by the law of the Common-wealth of England likewise. [electronic resource]  [London

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