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MLA

Philomystes, Philotheus. A Petition Humbly Presented to His Highnesse Oliver Lord Protector of the Common Wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the Dominions Thereunto Belonging: By Diverse Ministers, for the Establishment of Themselves and Others Their Brethren (for Their Own Lives) In the Places to Which They Were Admitted to Officiate (as Ministers of the Gospel) Without Institution Or Induction From the Bishops. With Reasons Thereto Annexed, Whereof the Contents Are Set Down In the Page Next After the Petition. And At the End of the Book an Epistle to the Sincere and Pious Preachers of the Word of God. Written Before the Beginning of the Parliament, by Philothenus Philomystes. London: printed for Edward Brewster, at the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1655.

APA

Philomystes, P. (1655). A petition humbly presented to his Highnesse Oliver Lord Protector of the Common wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the dominions thereunto belonging: By diverse ministers, for the establishment of themselves and others their brethren (for their own lives) in the places to which they were admitted to officiate (as ministers of the Gospel) without institution or induction from the bishops. With reasons thereto annexed, whereof the contents are set down in the page next after the petition. And at the end of the book an epistle to the sincere and pious preachers of the word of God. written before the beginning of the Parliament, by Philothenus Philomystes. London: printed for Edward Brewster, at the Crane in Pauls Church-yard.

Chicago

Philomystes, Philotheus. A Petition Humbly Presented to His Highnesse Oliver Lord Protector of the Common Wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the Dominions Thereunto Belonging: By Diverse Ministers, for the Establishment of Themselves and Others Their Brethren (for Their Own Lives) In the Places to Which They Were Admitted to Officiate (as Ministers of the Gospel) without Institution Or Induction From the Bishops. With Reasons Thereto Annexed, Whereof the Contents Are Set Down In the Page Next After the Petition. And At the End of the Book an Epistle to the Sincere and Pious Preachers of the Word of God. Written before the Beginning of the Parliament, by Philothenus Philomystes. London: printed for Edward Brewster, at the Crane in Pauls Church-yard, 1655.