APA Citation

Womock, L. (1641). Beaten oyle for the lamps of the sanctuarie; or The great controversie concerning set prayers and our liturgie, examined in an epistle to a private friend: With an appendix that answers the paralell, and the most materiall objections of others against it. Unto which are added some usefull observations touching Christian libertie, and things indifferent. London: Printed by I.D. for I.W. and are to be sold by William Beesley in Charles street in Coven garden neere the Peates.

Chicago Style Citation

Womock, Laurence. Beaten Oyle for the Lamps of the Sanctuarie; or The Great Controversie Concerning Set Prayers and Our Liturgie, Examined in an Epistle to a Private Friend: With an Appendix That Answers the Paralell, and the Most Materiall Objections of Others against It. Unto Which Are Added Some Usefull Observations Touching Christian Libertie, and Things Indifferent. London: Printed by I.D. for I.W. and are to be sold by William Beesley in Charles street in Coven garden neere the Peates, 1641.

MLA Citation

Womock, Laurence. Beaten Oyle for the Lamps of the Sanctuarie; or The Great Controversie Concerning Set Prayers and Our Liturgie, Examined in an Epistle to a Private Friend: With an Appendix That Answers the Paralell, and the Most Materiall Objections of Others against It. Unto Which Are Added Some Usefull Observations Touching Christian Libertie, and Things Indifferent. London: Printed by I.D. for I.W. and are to be sold by William Beesley in Charles street in Coven garden neere the Peates, 1641.

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