APA Citation

Keith, G. (1696). The anti-Christs and Sadduces detected among a sort of Quakers, or, Caleb Pusie of Pensilvania and John Pennington, with his brethren of the second days meeting at London called Quakers, proved antichrists and Sadduces: Out of a printed book lately published by them, falsly called A modest account of the principal differences in point of doctrine, betwixt George Keith, and those of the people called Quakers in Pensilvania &c. : being an answer to the said book ... London: Printed for the author ....

Chicago Style Citation

Keith, George. The Anti-Christs and Sadduces Detected Among a Sort of Quakers, Or, Caleb Pusie of Pensilvania and John Pennington, With His Brethren of the Second Days Meeting At London Called Quakers, Proved Antichrists and Sadduces: Out of a Printed Book Lately Published By Them, Falsly Called A Modest Account of the Principal Differences in Point of Doctrine, Betwixt George Keith, and Those of the People Called Quakers in Pensilvania &c. : Being an Answer to the Said Book ... London: Printed for the author ..., 1696.

MLA Citation

Keith, George. The Anti-Christs and Sadduces Detected Among a Sort of Quakers, Or, Caleb Pusie of Pensilvania and John Pennington, With His Brethren of the Second Days Meeting At London Called Quakers, Proved Antichrists and Sadduces: Out of a Printed Book Lately Published By Them, Falsly Called A Modest Account of the Principal Differences in Point of Doctrine, Betwixt George Keith, and Those of the People Called Quakers in Pensilvania &c. : Being an Answer to the Said Book ... London: Printed for the author ..., 1696.

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