APA Citation

Walshe, E. (1545). The office and duety in fightyng for our countrey: Set forth with dyuerse stronge argumentes gathered out of the holy scripture prouynge that the affection to the natiue countrey shulde moche more rule in vs christians then in the Turkes and infidels, who were therein so feruent, as by the hystoriis doth appere. [Imprynted at London: In Aldersgate strete by Johannes Herford. At the costes and charges of Robert Toye dwellynge in Paules church yarde, at the sygne of the Bell].

Chicago Style Citation

Walshe, Edward. The Office and Duety in Fightyng for Our Countrey: Set Forth With Dyuerse Stronge Argumentes Gathered Out of the Holy Scripture Prouynge That the Affection to the Natiue Countrey Shulde Moche More Rule in Vs Christians Then in the Turkes and Infidels, Who Were Therein so Feruent, As By the Hystoriis Doth Appere. [Imprynted at London: In Aldersgate strete by Johannes Herford. At the costes and charges of Robert Toye dwellynge in Paules church yarde, at the sygne of the Bell], 1545.

MLA Citation

Walshe, Edward. The Office and Duety in Fightyng for Our Countrey: Set Forth With Dyuerse Stronge Argumentes Gathered Out of the Holy Scripture Prouynge That the Affection to the Natiue Countrey Shulde Moche More Rule in Vs Christians Then in the Turkes and Infidels, Who Were Therein so Feruent, As By the Hystoriis Doth Appere. [Imprynted at London: In Aldersgate strete by Johannes Herford. At the costes and charges of Robert Toye dwellynge in Paules church yarde, at the sygne of the Bell], 1545.

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