APA Citation

Jeanes, H., & Taylor, J. (1660). A second part of The mixture of scholasticall divinity, with practical: In several tractates: wherein some of the most difficult knots in divinity are untyed, many dark places of Scripture cleared, sundry heresies and errors refuted ... Whereunto are annexed, several letters of the same author, and Dr. Jeremy Taylor, concerning Original Sin. Together with a reply unto Dr. Hammonds vindication of his grounds of uniformity from 1 Cor. 14.40. Oxford: printed by H. Hall [and A. Lichfield], printer to the University, for Thomas Robinson.

Chicago Style Citation

Jeanes, Henry, and Jeremy Taylor. A Second Part of The Mixture of Scholasticall Divinity, With Practical: In Several Tractates: Wherein Some of the Most Difficult Knots in Divinity Are Untyed, Many Dark Places of Scripture Cleared, Sundry Heresies and Errors Refuted ... Whereunto Are Annexed, Several Letters of the Same Author, and Dr. Jeremy Taylor, Concerning Original Sin. Together With a Reply Unto Dr. Hammonds Vindication of His Grounds of Uniformity From 1 Cor. 14.40. Oxford: printed by H. Hall [and A. Lichfield], printer to the University, for Thomas Robinson, 1660.

MLA Citation

Jeanes, Henry, and Jeremy Taylor. A Second Part of The Mixture of Scholasticall Divinity, With Practical: In Several Tractates: Wherein Some of the Most Difficult Knots in Divinity Are Untyed, Many Dark Places of Scripture Cleared, Sundry Heresies and Errors Refuted ... Whereunto Are Annexed, Several Letters of the Same Author, and Dr. Jeremy Taylor, Concerning Original Sin. Together With a Reply Unto Dr. Hammonds Vindication of His Grounds of Uniformity From 1 Cor. 14.40. Oxford: printed by H. Hall [and A. Lichfield], printer to the University, for Thomas Robinson, 1660.

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