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APA Citation

Whitehead, John.  (1661).  A small treatise, wherein is briefly declared some of those things which I have heard, & seen, and learn't of the Father with a testimony against such as doe or shall invent forms of doctrine or worship, and by outward force compel people thereto : here is also the calling and work of that ministery which is owned by the people of God called Quakers in short spoken of : and a true character given of their temper of spirit, manner of life and worship, wherein is briefly hinted what God hath done and will doe for them.  London :  Printed for Robert Wilson

MLA Citation

Whitehead, John.  A small treatise, wherein is briefly declared some of those things which I have heard, & seen, and learn't of the Father [electronic resource] : with a testimony against such as doe or shall invent forms of doctrine or worship, and by outward force compel people thereto : here is also the calling and work of that ministery which is owned by the people of God called Quakers in short spoken of : and a true character given of their temper of spirit, manner of life and worship, wherein is briefly hinted what God hath done and will doe for them / by John Whitehead  Printed for Robert Wilson London  1661

Australian/Harvard Citation

Whitehead, John.  1661,  A small treatise, wherein is briefly declared some of those things which I have heard, & seen, and learn't of the Father [electronic resource] : with a testimony against such as doe or shall invent forms of doctrine or worship, and by outward force compel people thereto : here is also the calling and work of that ministery which is owned by the people of God called Quakers in short spoken of : and a true character given of their temper of spirit, manner of life and worship, wherein is briefly hinted what God hath done and will doe for them / by John Whitehead  Printed for Robert Wilson London

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