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APA Citation

Cooke, Edward.  (1680).  A true and perfect narrative of the inhumane practices (occasioned by the damnable positions) of Jesuites and papists towards protestants at home and abroad being a relation of several horrid and barbarous murthers and treasons committed by them, which may serve as a supplement to the narrative made by Mr. John Smith, gent.  London :  Printed for Samuel Day

MLA Citation

Cooke, Edward.  A true and perfect narrative of the inhumane practices (occasioned by the damnable positions) of Jesuites and papists towards protestants at home and abroad [microform] : being a relation of several horrid and barbarous murthers and treasons committed by them, which may serve as a supplement to the narrative made by Mr. John Smith, gent  Printed for Samuel Day London  1680

Australian/Harvard Citation

Cooke, Edward.  1680,  A true and perfect narrative of the inhumane practices (occasioned by the damnable positions) of Jesuites and papists towards protestants at home and abroad [microform] : being a relation of several horrid and barbarous murthers and treasons committed by them, which may serve as a supplement to the narrative made by Mr. John Smith, gent  Printed for Samuel Day London

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