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APA Citation

T. C.  (1646).  The schismatick sifted through a sive of the largest size: but is now more purely drest. Wherein the chaffe, the froth, and the scumme of Mr. John Vicars his siftings and paintings prove him to be a lame draughts-man, a smearie washer, his colours falsly mixt, and his pencill as course as his colours. Collected out of his own words, and under his own hand.  London :  Printed by R.A. for S.W

MLA Citation

T. C.  The schismatick sifted through a sive of the largest size: [electronic resource] : but is now more purely drest. Wherein the chaffe, the froth, and the scumme of Mr. John Vicars his siftings and paintings prove him to be a lame draughts-man, a smearie washer, his colours falsly mixt, and his pencill as course as his colours. Collected out of his own words, and under his own hand. / By T.C. a well-willer to truth and peace. Published according to order  Printed by R.A. for S.W London  1646

Australian/Harvard Citation

T. C.  1646,  The schismatick sifted through a sive of the largest size: [electronic resource] : but is now more purely drest. Wherein the chaffe, the froth, and the scumme of Mr. John Vicars his siftings and paintings prove him to be a lame draughts-man, a smearie washer, his colours falsly mixt, and his pencill as course as his colours. Collected out of his own words, and under his own hand. / By T.C. a well-willer to truth and peace. Published according to order  Printed by R.A. for S.W London

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