APA Citation

Taylor, J. (1642). Heads of all fashions: Being a plain defection or definition of diverse and sundry sorts of heads, butting, jetting or pointing at vulgar opinion : and allegorically shewing the diversities of religion in these distempered times : now very lately written, since calves-heads came in season. London: Printed for Iohn Morgan ....

Chicago Style Citation

Taylor, John. Heads of All Fashions: Being a Plain Defection or Definition of Diverse and Sundry Sorts of Heads, Butting, Jetting or Pointing At Vulgar Opinion : And Allegorically Shewing the Diversities of Religion in These Distempered Times : Now Very Lately Written, Since Calves-heads Came in Season. London: Printed for Iohn Morgan ..., 1642.

MLA Citation

Taylor, John. Heads of All Fashions: Being a Plain Defection or Definition of Diverse and Sundry Sorts of Heads, Butting, Jetting or Pointing At Vulgar Opinion : And Allegorically Shewing the Diversities of Religion in These Distempered Times : Now Very Lately Written, Since Calves-heads Came in Season. London: Printed for Iohn Morgan ..., 1642.

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