APA Citation

Compassionate conformist. (1683). Englands vanity, or, The voice of God against the monstrous sin of pride in dress and apparel: Wherein naked breasts and shoulders, antick and fantastick garbs, patches and painting, long perriwigs, towers, bulls, shades, curlings and crispings, with an hundred more fooleries of both sexes are condemned as notoriously unlawful : with pertinent addresses to the court, nobility, gentry, city, and country : directed especially to the professors in London. London: Printed for John Dunton ....

Chicago Style Citation

Compassionate conformist. Englands Vanity, Or, The Voice of God against the Monstrous Sin of Pride in Dress and Apparel: Wherein Naked Breasts and Shoulders, Antick and Fantastick Garbs, Patches and Painting, Long Perriwigs, Towers, Bulls, Shades, Curlings and Crispings, With an Hundred More Fooleries of Both Sexes Are Condemned As Notoriously Unlawful : With Pertinent Addresses to the Court, Nobility, Gentry, City, and Country : Directed Especially to the Professors in London. London: Printed for John Dunton ..., 1683.

MLA Citation

Compassionate conformist. Englands Vanity, Or, The Voice of God against the Monstrous Sin of Pride in Dress and Apparel: Wherein Naked Breasts and Shoulders, Antick and Fantastick Garbs, Patches and Painting, Long Perriwigs, Towers, Bulls, Shades, Curlings and Crispings, With an Hundred More Fooleries of Both Sexes Are Condemned As Notoriously Unlawful : With Pertinent Addresses to the Court, Nobility, Gentry, City, and Country : Directed Especially to the Professors in London. London: Printed for John Dunton ..., 1683.

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