APA Citation

Toldervy, J. (1697). The foot out of the snare, or, A restoration of the inhabitants of Zion into their place, after their bewildered and lost estate by the operation of a violent power, and authority: Wrought in the author by the Prince of Darkness, under an appearance of the the brightest light. Being a brief declaration of his entrance into that sect, called (by the name of) Quakers. With a short discourse relating what judgment he was learned in, by the ministryu of those people ... with the manner of his separation from them. Printed at London, ; and reprinted at Glasgow,: by Robert Sanders ... and are to be sold in his shop.

Chicago Style Citation

Toldervy, John. The Foot Out of the Snare, Or, A Restoration of the Inhabitants of Zion Into Their Place, After Their Bewildered and Lost Estate By the Operation of a Violent Power, and Authority: Wrought in the Author By the Prince of Darkness, Under an Appearance of the the Brightest Light. Being a Brief Declaration of His Entrance Into That Sect, Called (by the Name Of) Quakers. With a Short Discourse Relating What Judgment He Was Learned In, By the Ministryu of Those People ... With the Manner of His Separation From Them. Printed at London, ; and reprinted at Glasgow,: by Robert Sanders ... and are to be sold in his shop, 1697.

MLA Citation

Toldervy, John. The Foot Out of the Snare, Or, A Restoration of the Inhabitants of Zion Into Their Place, After Their Bewildered and Lost Estate By the Operation of a Violent Power, and Authority: Wrought in the Author By the Prince of Darkness, Under an Appearance of the the Brightest Light. Being a Brief Declaration of His Entrance Into That Sect, Called (by the Name Of) Quakers. With a Short Discourse Relating What Judgment He Was Learned In, By the Ministryu of Those People ... With the Manner of His Separation From Them. Printed at London, ; and reprinted at Glasgow,: by Robert Sanders ... and are to be sold in his shop, 1697.

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