APA Citation

Cameron, J., & Pinke, W. (1626). An examination of those plausible appearances which seeme most to commend the Romish Church, and to preiudice the reformed: Discovering them to be but meere shifts, purposely invented, to hinder an exact triall of doctrine by the Scriptures. By Mr Iohn Cameron. Englished out of French. Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, for Edward Forrest.

Chicago Style Citation

Cameron, John, and William Pinke. An Examination of Those Plausible Appearances Which Seeme Most to Commend the Romish Church, and to Preiudice the Reformed: Discovering Them to Be but Meere Shifts, Purposely Invented, to Hinder an Exact Triall of Doctrine By the Scriptures. By Mr Iohn Cameron. Englished Out of French. Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, for Edward Forrest, 1626.

MLA Citation

Cameron, John, and William Pinke. An Examination of Those Plausible Appearances Which Seeme Most to Commend the Romish Church, and to Preiudice the Reformed: Discovering Them to Be but Meere Shifts, Purposely Invented, to Hinder an Exact Triall of Doctrine By the Scriptures. By Mr Iohn Cameron. Englished Out of French. Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, for Edward Forrest, 1626.

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