APA Citation

Taylor, T., & Gunter, H. (1633). Three treatises: The pearle of the gospell, The pilgrims profession: and A glasse for gentlewomen to dress themselues by. To which is added A short introduction to the worthy receiuing of the Lords supper. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor of Diuinity, and late preacher of Aldermanbury Church in London. London: Printed by I. B[eale] for Iohn Bartlet, at the gilt Cup in Cheaq-side [sic].

Chicago Style Citation

Taylor, Thomas, and H. Gunter. Three Treatises: The Pearle of the Gospell, The Pilgrims Profession: And A Glasse for Gentlewomen to Dress Themselues By. To Which Is Added A Short Introduction to the Worthy Receiuing of the Lords Supper. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor of Diuinity, and Late Preacher of Aldermanbury Church in London. London: Printed by I. B[eale] for Iohn Bartlet, at the gilt Cup in Cheaq-side [sic], 1633.

MLA Citation

Taylor, Thomas, and H. Gunter. Three Treatises: The Pearle of the Gospell, The Pilgrims Profession: And A Glasse for Gentlewomen to Dress Themselues By. To Which Is Added A Short Introduction to the Worthy Receiuing of the Lords Supper. By Thomas Taylor, Doctor of Diuinity, and Late Preacher of Aldermanbury Church in London. London: Printed by I. B[eale] for Iohn Bartlet, at the gilt Cup in Cheaq-side [sic], 1633.

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