APA Citation

Bernard, R. (1610). Plaine euidences: The Church of England is apostolicall, the separation schismaticall. Directed against Mr. Ainsworth the Separatist, and Mr. Smith the Se-baptist: both of them seuerally opposing the booke called the Separatists schisme. By Richard Bernard, preacher of the word of God at Worsop. ... Set out by authoritie. Anno. 1610. [London]: Printed by T. Snodham for Edward Weauer, and William Welby, and are to be sould at their shops in Paules Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Bernard, Richard. Plaine Euidences: The Church of England Is Apostolicall, the Separation Schismaticall. Directed against Mr. Ainsworth the Separatist, and Mr. Smith the Se-baptist: Both of Them Seuerally Opposing the Booke Called the Separatists Schisme. By Richard Bernard, Preacher of the Word of God At Worsop. ... Set Out By Authoritie. Anno. 1610. [London]: Printed by T. Snodham for Edward Weauer, and William Welby, and are to be sould at their shops in Paules Church-yard, 1610.

MLA Citation

Bernard, Richard. Plaine Euidences: The Church of England Is Apostolicall, the Separation Schismaticall. Directed against Mr. Ainsworth the Separatist, and Mr. Smith the Se-baptist: Both of Them Seuerally Opposing the Booke Called the Separatists Schisme. By Richard Bernard, Preacher of the Word of God At Worsop. ... Set Out By Authoritie. Anno. 1610. [London]: Printed by T. Snodham for Edward Weauer, and William Welby, and are to be sould at their shops in Paules Church-yard, 1610.

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