APA Citation

Pocklington, J. (1637). Altare Christianum: or, The dead vicars plea: Wherein the vicar of Gr. being dead, yet speaketh, and pleadeth out of antiquity, against him that hath broken downe his altar. Presented, and humbly submitted to the consideration of his superiours, the governours of our Church. By Iohn Pocklington. Dr. D (The second edition, corrected by the author, and enlarged, to give answer in sundry particulars to a Lincolneshire minister, his Holy table.). London: Printed by Richard Badger.

Chicago Style Citation

Pocklington, John. Altare Christianum: Or, The Dead Vicars Plea: Wherein the Vicar of Gr. Being Dead, yet Speaketh, and Pleadeth Out of Antiquity, against Him That Hath Broken Downe His Altar. Presented, and Humbly Submitted to the Consideration of His Superiours, the Governours of Our Church. By Iohn Pocklington. Dr. D. The second edition, corrected by the author, and enlarged, to give answer in sundry particulars to a Lincolneshire minister, his Holy table. London: Printed by Richard Badger, 1637.

MLA Citation

Pocklington, John. Altare Christianum: Or, The Dead Vicars Plea: Wherein the Vicar of Gr. Being Dead, yet Speaketh, and Pleadeth Out of Antiquity, against Him That Hath Broken Downe His Altar. Presented, and Humbly Submitted to the Consideration of His Superiours, the Governours of Our Church. By Iohn Pocklington. Dr. D. The second edition, corrected by the author, and enlarged, to give answer in sundry particulars to a Lincolneshire minister, his Holy table. London: Printed by Richard Badger, 1637.

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