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MLA

Webster, W. A Vindication of His Majesty's Hereditary Title to the Crown: As Being the Heir That Is Qualified to Enjoy It; Shewing, That No One Can Be Legally Qualified to Be King of England That Is Not Capable of Preserving the Constitution of England; That No Papist Is Capable of Doing It; and That Neither the Pretender, Nor Any of His Family Can Give Us Any Reasonable Assurance of Their Being Protestants. With A Particular Application to Those Who Have No Religion, In Order to Convince Them That it Is Their Interest to Keep Out a Popish Prince. By W. Webster, D.d. Vicar of Ware and Thundridge In Hertfordshire. The second edition. London: printed for John Clarke, under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill, ...1.

APA

Webster, W. (...1). A vindication of His Majesty's hereditary title to the crown: as being the heir that is qualified to enjoy it; shewing, that no one can be legally qualified to be King of England that is not capable of preserving the Constitution of England; that no Papist is capable of doing it; and that neither the Pretender, nor any of his Family can give us any reasonable Assurance of their being Protestants. With A particular Application to those who have no Religion, in order to convince them that it is their Interest to keep out a Popish Prince. By W. Webster, D.D. Vicar of Ware and Thundridge in Hertfordshire. The second edition. London: printed for John Clarke, under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill.

Chicago

Webster, W. A Vindication of His Majesty's Hereditary Title to the Crown: As Being the Heir That Is Qualified to Enjoy It; Shewing, That No One Can Be Legally Qualified to Be King of England That Is Not Capable of Preserving the Constitution of England; That No Papist Is Capable of Doing It; and That Neither the Pretender, Nor Any of His Family Can Give Us Any Reasonable Assurance of Their Being Protestants. With A Particular Application to Those Who Have No Religion, In Order to Convince Them That it Is Their Interest to Keep Out a Popish Prince. By W. Webster, D.D. Vicar of Ware and Thundridge In Hertfordshire. The second edition. London: printed for John Clarke, under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill, ...1.