APA Citation

J. H. (1694). An answer to some queries propos'd by W.C., or, A refutation of Helmont's pernicious error (that every man is often born and hath twelve ages of tryal allow'd him in the world by God) warmly contended for in, and about, Lambourn in Berkshire: In a letter to a friend. Oxford: Printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Buckeridge ....

Chicago Style Citation

J. H. An Answer to Some Queries Propos'd By W.C., Or, A Refutation of Helmont's Pernicious Error (that Every Man Is Often Born and Hath Twelve Ages of Tryal Allow'd Him in the World By God) Warmly Contended for In, and About, Lambourn in Berkshire: In a Letter to a Friend. Oxford: Printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Buckeridge ..., 1694.

MLA Citation

J. H. An Answer to Some Queries Propos'd By W.C., Or, A Refutation of Helmont's Pernicious Error (that Every Man Is Often Born and Hath Twelve Ages of Tryal Allow'd Him in the World By God) Warmly Contended for In, and About, Lambourn in Berkshire: In a Letter to a Friend. Oxford: Printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Buckeridge ..., 1694.

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