APA Citation

Vaughan, W. (1611). The spirit of detraction, coniured and conuicted in seuen circles: A worke both diuine and morall, fit to be perused by the libertines of this age, who endeauour by their detracting and derogatory speeches, to embezell both the glory of God, and the credit of their neighbours. London: Printed by W. Stansby [and T. Snodham] for George Norton, and are to be sold at his shop neere Temple Barre.

Chicago Style Citation

Vaughan, William. The Spirit of Detraction, Coniured and Conuicted in Seuen Circles: A Worke Both Diuine and Morall, Fit to Be Perused By the Libertines of This Age, Who Endeauour By Their Detracting and Derogatory Speeches, to Embezell Both the Glory of God, and the Credit of Their Neighbours. London: Printed by W. Stansby [and T. Snodham] for George Norton, and are to be sold at his shop neere Temple Barre, 1611.

MLA Citation

Vaughan, William. The Spirit of Detraction, Coniured and Conuicted in Seuen Circles: A Worke Both Diuine and Morall, Fit to Be Perused By the Libertines of This Age, Who Endeauour By Their Detracting and Derogatory Speeches, to Embezell Both the Glory of God, and the Credit of Their Neighbours. London: Printed by W. Stansby [and T. Snodham] for George Norton, and are to be sold at his shop neere Temple Barre, 1611.

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