APA Citation

Cranmer, T. (1569). Certayne sermons: Appoynted by the Queenes Maiestie, to be declared and read, by all parsons, vicars, and curates, euery Sunday and holyday, in theyr churches: and by her Graces aduice perused and ouerseene, for the better vnderstandyng of the simple people. [London]: Newly imprinted in partes [by Richard Jugge], accordyng as is mentioned in the booke of Common prayers.

Chicago Style Citation

Cranmer, Thomas. Certayne Sermons: Appoynted By the Queenes Maiestie, to Be Declared and Read, By All Parsons, Vicars, and Curates, Euery Sunday and Holyday, in Theyr Churches: And By Her Graces Aduice Perused and Ouerseene, for the Better Vnderstandyng of the Simple People. [London]: Newly imprinted in partes [by Richard Jugge], accordyng as is mentioned in the booke of Common prayers, 1569.

MLA Citation

Cranmer, Thomas. Certayne Sermons: Appoynted By the Queenes Maiestie, to Be Declared and Read, By All Parsons, Vicars, and Curates, Euery Sunday and Holyday, in Theyr Churches: And By Her Graces Aduice Perused and Ouerseene, for the Better Vnderstandyng of the Simple People. [London]: Newly imprinted in partes [by Richard Jugge], accordyng as is mentioned in the booke of Common prayers, 1569.

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