APA Citation

Napier, J. (1594). A plaine discoverie of the whole Revelation of Saint Iohn: Set down in two treatises: the one searching and proving the true interpretation thereof. The other applying the same paraphrastically and historicallie to the text. Set forth by Iohn Napeir L. of Marchistoun younger. Whereunto are annexed certaine oracles of Sibylla, agreeing with the Revelation and other places of Scripture (Newlie imprinted and corrected.). [Edinburgh]: Printed [by Robert Waldegrave] for Iohn Norton dwelling in Paules Church-yarde, neere vnto Paules Schoole [, London].

Chicago Style Citation

Napier, John. A Plaine Discoverie of the Whole Revelation of Saint Iohn: Set Down in Two Treatises: The One Searching and Proving the True Interpretation Thereof. The Other Applying the Same Paraphrastically and Historicallie to the Text. Set Forth By Iohn Napeir L. of Marchistoun Younger. Whereunto Are Annexed Certaine Oracles of Sibylla, Agreeing With the Revelation and Other Places of Scripture. Newlie imprinted and corrected. [Edinburgh]: Printed [by Robert Waldegrave] for Iohn Norton dwelling in Paules Church-yarde, neere vnto Paules Schoole [, London], 1594.

MLA Citation

Napier, John. A Plaine Discoverie of the Whole Revelation of Saint Iohn: Set Down in Two Treatises: The One Searching and Proving the True Interpretation Thereof. The Other Applying the Same Paraphrastically and Historicallie to the Text. Set Forth By Iohn Napeir L. of Marchistoun Younger. Whereunto Are Annexed Certaine Oracles of Sibylla, Agreeing With the Revelation and Other Places of Scripture. Newlie imprinted and corrected. [Edinburgh]: Printed [by Robert Waldegrave] for Iohn Norton dwelling in Paules Church-yarde, neere vnto Paules Schoole [, London], 1594.

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