APA Citation

Randolph, T. (1772). An answer to a pamphlet entitled Reflections on the impropriety and inexpediency of lay-subscription to the XXXIX articles, in the University of Oxford. Addressed to the author. Oxford: printed by W. Jackson and J. Lister, for J. and J. Fletcher; and sold by Mess. Rivington, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Randolph, Thomas. An Answer to a Pamphlet Entitled Reflections On the Impropriety and Inexpediency of Lay-subscription to the XXXIX Articles, in the University of Oxford. Addressed to the Author. Oxford: printed by W. Jackson and J. Lister, for J. and J. Fletcher; and sold by Mess. Rivington, London, 1772.

MLA Citation

Randolph, Thomas. An Answer to a Pamphlet Entitled Reflections On the Impropriety and Inexpediency of Lay-subscription to the XXXIX Articles, in the University of Oxford. Addressed to the Author. Oxford: printed by W. Jackson and J. Lister, for J. and J. Fletcher; and sold by Mess. Rivington, London, 1772.

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