APA Citation

Pemble, W., & Tombes, J. (1629). Five godly, and profitable sermons: Concerning. 1 The slaverie of sinne. 2 The mischeife of ignorance. 3 The roote of apostatsie. 4 The benefit of Gods service. 5 The Christians loue. Preached in his life time in sundry places. By that late faithfull minister of Christ Mr William Pemble of Magdalen Hall in the Vniversitie of Oxford (The second edition.). At Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield, printer to the famous Vniversity for Edward Forrest.

Chicago Style Citation

Pemble, William, and John Tombes. Five Godly, and Profitable Sermons: Concerning. 1 The Slaverie of Sinne. 2 The Mischeife of Ignorance. 3 The Roote of Apostatsie. 4 The Benefit of Gods Service. 5 The Christians Loue. Preached in His Life Time in Sundry Places. By That Late Faithfull Minister of Christ Mr William Pemble of Magdalen Hall in the Vniversitie of Oxford. The second edition. At Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield, printer to the famous Vniversity for Edward Forrest, 1629.

MLA Citation

Pemble, William, and John Tombes. Five Godly, and Profitable Sermons: Concerning. 1 The Slaverie of Sinne. 2 The Mischeife of Ignorance. 3 The Roote of Apostatsie. 4 The Benefit of Gods Service. 5 The Christians Loue. Preached in His Life Time in Sundry Places. By That Late Faithfull Minister of Christ Mr William Pemble of Magdalen Hall in the Vniversitie of Oxford. The second edition. At Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield, printer to the famous Vniversity for Edward Forrest, 1629.

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