Franklin

MLA

Hamilton, John. Reasons Why a Consent to Abolish the Penal Statutes: Against Papists, Could Not Be Given by Any Who Own'd the Then Government In Church and State. Written and Dispersed (by John Hamilton Sometime Writer In Edinburgh, Now Clerk of Irving) Amongst the Honourable Estates of Parliament Held At Edinburgh, Anno 1686, At Their Earnest Desire, and by Their Influence, When the Said Statutes Were Designed to Be Abolished, and No Printing Thereof Could Be Allowed At the Time. [Edinburgh]: Now printed, anno, 1707.

APA

Hamilton, J. (1707). Reasons why a consent to abolish the penal statutes: Against Papists, could not be given by any who own'd the then Government in Church and State. Written and dispersed (by John Hamilton sometime writer in Edinburgh, now clerk of Irving) amongst the Honourable Estates of Parliament held at Edinburgh, anno 1686, at their earnest desire, and by their influence, when the said statutes were designed to be abolished, and no printing thereof could be allowed at the time. [Edinburgh]: Now printed, anno.

Chicago

Hamilton, John Reasons Why a Consent to Abolish the Penal Statutes: Against Papists, Could Not Be Given by Any Who Own'd the Then Government In Church and State. Written and Dispersed (by John Hamilton Sometime Writer In Edinburgh, Now Clerk of Irving) Amongst the Honourable Estates of Parliament Held At Edinburgh, Anno 1686, At Their Earnest Desire, and by Their Influence, When the Said Statutes Were Designed to Be Abolished, and No Printing Thereof Could Be Allowed At the Time. [Edinburgh]: Now printed, anno, 1707.