APA Citation

J. N., & Early English Books Online. (1654). Proh tempora! Proh Mores! or an unfained caveat to all true Protestants, not in any case to touch any of these three serpents: Viz. Mr Erbery's Babe of glory. The mad-mans plea, and Mr. Christopher Feakes exhortations. Whose language is infectious, and whose stings are mortiferous, therefore of all Gods people to be shunned, as those which intend nothing more then Christian persecution. Written by J.N. a mechanick. London,: Printed by T.N..

MLA Citation

J. N., and Early English Books Online. Proh Tempora! Proh Mores! or an Unfained Caveat to All True Protestants, Not in Any Case to Touch Any of These Three Serpents: Viz. Mr Erbery's Babe of Glory. The Mad-mans Plea, and Mr. Christopher Feakes Exhortations. Whose Language Is Infectious, and Whose Stings Are Mortiferous, Therefore of All Gods People to Be Shunned, As Those Which Intend Nothing More Then Christian Persecution. Written By J.N. a Mechanick. London,: Printed by T.N., 1654.

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