'An Answer to Certain Arguments (Raised From Supposed Antiquity, and Practice), by Some Members of the Lower House of Parliament to Prove that Ecclesiastical Laws Ought to be Enacted by Temporal Men (1606?)'
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Creation date: 1606?
- Beinecke Library, Osborn b22, ff. 20r–27x?
- Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson D 1350, ff. 89–91
- British Library, Additional MS 48063, ff. 221r–226r
- British Library, Cotton MS Titus F IV, ff. 170r–173v
- British Library, Egerton MS 3378, ff. 10r–14r
- British Library, Hargrave MS 225, ff. 240r–248v
- British Library, Harley MS 3142, ff. 64r–67r
- Gonville & Caius College, MS 291/274, pp387–391
- Gonville & Caius College, MS 73/40, ff. 162r–164v
- Sheffield Archives, WWM/MS/8, ff. 151r–154r
- Woburn Abbey, MS 4E-60, ff. 231–227
Seventeenth Century Print Exemplars
- Robert Cotton, Cottoni Posthuma (1651), pp. 201–217
- Robert Cotton, Cottoni Posthuma (1672), pp. 203–217
- Robert Cotton, Cottoni Posthuma (1679), pp. 203–217
Modern Print Exemplars
- Marc L. Schwarz, '"Twenty-Four Arguments": Sir Robert Cotton Confronts the Catholics and the Church of England', Albion, 8/1 (1976) , pp. 35–49