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MLA

South, Robert. A Sermon Preach'd Before King Charles Ii, On the Fast (appointed January 30.): For the Execrable Murder of His Royal Father. By Robert South, D.d. The Second Edition Corrected. To Be Resolute In a Good Cause, Is to Bring Upon Ourselves the Punishments Due to a Bad. See Page 112 of His Sermons, Vol I, and So On. London: Printed for Eliz. Sawbridge in Little-Britain, and sold by Arthur Bettesworth at the Red Lyon, in Pater-Noster-Rrow [sic], 1706.

APA

South, R. (1706). A sermon preach'd before King Charles II, on the fast (appointed January 30.): For the execrable murder of his royal father. By Robert South, D.D. The second edition corrected. To be resolute in a good cause, is to bring upon ourselves the punishments due to a bad. See page 112 of his sermons, vol I, and so on. London: Printed for Eliz. Sawbridge in Little-Britain, and sold by Arthur Bettesworth at the Red Lyon, in Pater-Noster-Rrow [sic].

Chicago

South, Robert, A Sermon Preach'd before King Charles II, On the Fast (appointed January 30.): For the Execrable Murder of His Royal Father. By Robert South, D.D. The Second Edition Corrected. To Be Resolute In a Good Cause, Is to Bring Upon Ourselves the Punishments Due to a Bad. See Page 112 of His Sermons, Vol I, and So On. London: Printed for Eliz. Sawbridge in Little-Britain, and sold by Arthur Bettesworth at the Red Lyon, in Pater-Noster-Rrow [sic], 1706.