APA Citation

Niclaes, H. (1574). The first epistle of H. N: A crying-voyce of the holye spirit of loue, wherwith all people; eauen out of meere grace; are called and entirelie-bidden, through H.N., to the true repentaunce for their synnes to the entraunce of the vpright christian life and to the howse of the loue of Jesu Christ. ... Translated out of Base-almayne into English. [Cologne: N. Bohmberg.

Chicago Style Citation

Niclaes, Hendrik. The First Epistle of H. N: A Crying-voyce of the Holye Spirit of Loue, Wherwith All People; Eauen Out of Meere Grace; Are Called and Entirelie-bidden, Through H.N., to the True Repentaunce for Their Synnes to the Entraunce of the Vpright Christian Life and to the Howse of the Loue of Jesu Christ. ... Translated Out of Base-almayne Into English. [Cologne: N. Bohmberg, 1574.

MLA Citation

Niclaes, Hendrik. The First Epistle of H. N: A Crying-voyce of the Holye Spirit of Loue, Wherwith All People; Eauen Out of Meere Grace; Are Called and Entirelie-bidden, Through H.N., to the True Repentaunce for Their Synnes to the Entraunce of the Vpright Christian Life and to the Howse of the Loue of Jesu Christ. ... Translated Out of Base-almayne Into English. [Cologne: N. Bohmberg, 1574.

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