APA Citation

Babington, G. (1586). A very fruitfull exposition of the Commaundements by way of questi[ons a]nd answeres for [gre]ater plainnesse: Toge[ther] with an application of eue[ry one] to the soule and conscience of [ma]n, profitab[le for] all, and especially f[or the]m tha[t (beeing not other]wise furnished) are yet desirous both to see [the]mselues, [and to deliuer] to others some larger speech of euery point that is but briefly named in the shorter catechismes. By Geru[ase] Babington. Whereu[n]to is [n]ewely annexed a table, conteyning the principall matters in this booke. At London: Printed by Henrie Midleton for Thomas Charde.

Chicago Style Citation

Babington, Gervase. A Very Fruitfull Exposition of the Commaundements By Way of Questi[ons A]nd Answeres for [gre]ater Plainnesse: Toge[ther] With an Application of Eue[ry One] to the Soule and Conscience of [ma]n, Profitab[le For] All, and Especially F[or The]m Tha[t (beeing Not Other]wise Furnished) Are yet Desirous Both to See [the]mselues, [and to Deliuer] to Others Some Larger Speech of Euery Point That Is but Briefly Named in the Shorter Catechismes. By Geru[ase] Babington. Whereu[n]to Is [n]ewely Annexed a Table, Conteyning the Principall Matters in This Booke. At London: Printed by Henrie Midleton for Thomas Charde, 1586.

MLA Citation

Babington, Gervase. A Very Fruitfull Exposition of the Commaundements By Way of Questi[ons A]nd Answeres for [gre]ater Plainnesse: Toge[ther] With an Application of Eue[ry One] to the Soule and Conscience of [ma]n, Profitab[le For] All, and Especially F[or The]m Tha[t (beeing Not Other]wise Furnished) Are yet Desirous Both to See [the]mselues, [and to Deliuer] to Others Some Larger Speech of Euery Point That Is but Briefly Named in the Shorter Catechismes. By Geru[ase] Babington. Whereu[n]to Is [n]ewely Annexed a Table, Conteyning the Principall Matters in This Booke. At London: Printed by Henrie Midleton for Thomas Charde, 1586.

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