APA Citation

Collier, T. (1652). The pulpit-guard routed in its twenty strong-holds, or, A brief answer to a large and lawless discourse, written by one Tho. Hall ... intituled, The pulpit guarded, with twenty arguments, pretending to prove the unlawfulness and sinfulness of private mens preaching ..: Wherein the arguments being weighed in the balance of the sanctuary are found too light, and the lawfulness of private mens preaching ... is cleared and confirmed .. (The second edition.). London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert ....

Chicago Style Citation

Collier, Thomas. The Pulpit-guard Routed in Its Twenty Strong-holds, Or, A Brief Answer to a Large and Lawless Discourse, Written By One Tho. Hall ... Intituled, The Pulpit Guarded, With Twenty Arguments, Pretending to Prove the Unlawfulness and Sinfulness of Private Mens Preaching ..: Wherein the Arguments Being Weighed in the Balance of the Sanctuary Are Found Too Light, and the Lawfulness of Private Mens Preaching ... Is Cleared and Confirmed .. The second edition. London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert ..., 1652.

MLA Citation

Collier, Thomas. The Pulpit-guard Routed in Its Twenty Strong-holds, Or, A Brief Answer to a Large and Lawless Discourse, Written By One Tho. Hall ... Intituled, The Pulpit Guarded, With Twenty Arguments, Pretending to Prove the Unlawfulness and Sinfulness of Private Mens Preaching ..: Wherein the Arguments Being Weighed in the Balance of the Sanctuary Are Found Too Light, and the Lawfulness of Private Mens Preaching ... Is Cleared and Confirmed .. The second edition. London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert ..., 1652.

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