APA Citation

Prynne, W., & Gage, G. (1644). A moderate apology against a pretended calumny: In answer to some passages in The preheminence of Parlement· Newly published by James Howell Esquire, one of the clerks of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Councell. VVherein a reason is rendered, why the popish royall favourite stiled him, no friend to Parliaments, and a malignant. And the copy of a letter written by George Gage from Rome to King Iames, inserted, to manifest an agency between him and Rome, to procure the Popes dispensation for the Spanish match. Printed at London: for Michael Sparke, Senior.

Chicago Style Citation

Prynne, William, and George Gage. A Moderate Apology against a Pretended Calumny: In Answer to Some Passages in The Preheminence of Parlement· Newly Published By James Howell Esquire, One of the Clerks of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy Councell. VVherein a Reason Is Rendered, Why the Popish Royall Favourite Stiled Him, No Friend to Parliaments, and a Malignant. And the Copy of a Letter Written By George Gage From Rome to King Iames, Inserted, to Manifest an Agency between Him and Rome, to Procure the Popes Dispensation for the Spanish Match. Printed at London: for Michael Sparke, Senior, 1644.

MLA Citation

Prynne, William, and George Gage. A Moderate Apology against a Pretended Calumny: In Answer to Some Passages in The Preheminence of Parlement· Newly Published By James Howell Esquire, One of the Clerks of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy Councell. VVherein a Reason Is Rendered, Why the Popish Royall Favourite Stiled Him, No Friend to Parliaments, and a Malignant. And the Copy of a Letter Written By George Gage From Rome to King Iames, Inserted, to Manifest an Agency between Him and Rome, to Procure the Popes Dispensation for the Spanish Match. Printed at London: for Michael Sparke, Senior, 1644.

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