APA Citation

Firmin, G. (1661). The liturgical considerator considered, or, A brief view of Dr. Gauden's considerations touching the liturgy of the Church of England: Wherein the reasons by him produced for imposing the said liturgy upon all, are found to be so weak ... that some, who upon His Majesties declaration did incline to the liturgy, are now further from it, by reading his wordy discourse about it. Also some reasons humbly rendered, why many ministers, as yet cannot conform to that liturgy, but not out of disloyalty, pride, ingratitude, peevishness, nor schismatical petulancy, as the sarcastical pen of this uncharitable doctor hath published. London: Printed for Ralph Smith ....

Chicago Style Citation

Firmin, Giles. The Liturgical Considerator Considered, Or, A Brief View of Dr. Gauden's Considerations Touching the Liturgy of the Church of England: Wherein the Reasons By Him Produced for Imposing the Said Liturgy Upon All, Are Found to Be so Weak ... That Some, Who Upon His Majesties Declaration Did Incline to the Liturgy, Are Now Further From It, By Reading His Wordy Discourse About It. Also Some Reasons Humbly Rendered, Why Many Ministers, As yet Cannot Conform to That Liturgy, but Not Out of Disloyalty, Pride, Ingratitude, Peevishness, nor Schismatical Petulancy, As the Sarcastical Pen of This Uncharitable Doctor Hath Published. London: Printed for Ralph Smith ..., 1661.

MLA Citation

Firmin, Giles. The Liturgical Considerator Considered, Or, A Brief View of Dr. Gauden's Considerations Touching the Liturgy of the Church of England: Wherein the Reasons By Him Produced for Imposing the Said Liturgy Upon All, Are Found to Be so Weak ... That Some, Who Upon His Majesties Declaration Did Incline to the Liturgy, Are Now Further From It, By Reading His Wordy Discourse About It. Also Some Reasons Humbly Rendered, Why Many Ministers, As yet Cannot Conform to That Liturgy, but Not Out of Disloyalty, Pride, Ingratitude, Peevishness, nor Schismatical Petulancy, As the Sarcastical Pen of This Uncharitable Doctor Hath Published. London: Printed for Ralph Smith ..., 1661.

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