APA Citation

Baxter, R. (1674). A key for Catholicks: To open the jugling of the Jesuits, and satisfie all that are but truly willing to understand, whether the cause of the Roman or reformed churches be of God; and to leave the reader utterly unexcusable that after this will be a papist. Containing some arguments by which the meanest may see the vanity of popery; and 40 detections of their fraud; with directions, and materials sufficient for the confutation of their voluminous deceits: particularly refelling Boverius, Richlieu, H.T.'s. Manual, some manuscripts, &c. With some proposals for a (hopeless) peace. The second edition much corrected and augmented. By Rich. Baxter a Catholick Christian, and Pastor of a Church of such at Kederminster. London: printed for Nev. Simmons, at the Princes Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Baxter, Richard. A Key for Catholicks: To Open the Jugling of the Jesuits, and Satisfie All That Are but Truly Willing to Understand, Whether the Cause of the Roman or Reformed Churches Be of God; and to Leave the Reader Utterly Unexcusable That After This Will Be a Papist. Containing Some Arguments By Which the Meanest May See the Vanity of Popery; and 40 Detections of Their Fraud; With Directions, and Materials Sufficient for the Confutation of Their Voluminous Deceits: Particularly Refelling Boverius, Richlieu, H.T.'s. Manual, Some Manuscripts, &c. With Some Proposals for a (hopeless) Peace. The Second Edition Much Corrected and Augmented. By Rich. Baxter a Catholick Christian, and Pastor of a Church of Such At Kederminster. London: printed for Nev. Simmons, at the Princes Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1674.

MLA Citation

Baxter, Richard. A Key for Catholicks: To Open the Jugling of the Jesuits, and Satisfie All That Are but Truly Willing to Understand, Whether the Cause of the Roman or Reformed Churches Be of God; and to Leave the Reader Utterly Unexcusable That After This Will Be a Papist. Containing Some Arguments By Which the Meanest May See the Vanity of Popery; and 40 Detections of Their Fraud; With Directions, and Materials Sufficient for the Confutation of Their Voluminous Deceits: Particularly Refelling Boverius, Richlieu, H.T.'s. Manual, Some Manuscripts, &c. With Some Proposals for a (hopeless) Peace. The Second Edition Much Corrected and Augmented. By Rich. Baxter a Catholick Christian, and Pastor of a Church of Such At Kederminster. London: printed for Nev. Simmons, at the Princes Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1674.

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