APA Citation

Parkes, R. (1607). An apologie: of three testimonies of holy Scripture, concerning the article of our Creed, (he descended into hell.): First impugned by certaine obiections sent in writing by a minister vnto a gentleman in the countrie: and lately seconded by a printed pamphlet, masking vnder the name of Limbo-mastix. By Richard Parkes, Maister of Arts, of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. At London: Printed by George Eld [and William Jaggard?].

Chicago Style Citation

Parkes, Richard. An Apologie: Of Three Testimonies of Holy Scripture, Concerning the Article of Our Creed, (he Descended Into Hell.): First Impugned By Certaine Obiections Sent in Writing By a Minister Vnto a Gentleman in the Countrie: And Lately Seconded By a Printed Pamphlet, Masking Vnder the Name of Limbo-mastix. By Richard Parkes, Maister of Arts, of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. At London: Printed by George Eld [and William Jaggard?], 1607.

MLA Citation

Parkes, Richard. An Apologie: Of Three Testimonies of Holy Scripture, Concerning the Article of Our Creed, (he Descended Into Hell.): First Impugned By Certaine Obiections Sent in Writing By a Minister Vnto a Gentleman in the Countrie: And Lately Seconded By a Printed Pamphlet, Masking Vnder the Name of Limbo-mastix. By Richard Parkes, Maister of Arts, of Brasen-nose Colledge in Oxford. At London: Printed by George Eld [and William Jaggard?], 1607.

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