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APA Citation

Saye and Sele, William Fiennes.  (1659).  Folly and madnesse made manifest, or, Some things written to shew how contrary to the word of God and practise of the saints in the Old and New Testament the doctrines and practises of the Quakers ... are a rayling and reviling answer made thereunto, full of falsehood and vaine shifts and devices to maintaine their errors : this discovered and made manifest.  [Oxford :  By H. Hall]

MLA Citation

Saye and Sele, William Fiennes.  Folly and madnesse made manifest, or, Some things written to shew how contrary to the word of God and practise of the saints in the Old and New Testament the doctrines and practises of the Quakers ... are [microform] : a rayling and reviling answer made thereunto, full of falsehood and vaine shifts and devices to maintaine their errors : this discovered and made manifest  By H. Hall] [Oxford  1659

Australian/Harvard Citation

Saye and Sele, William Fiennes.  1659,  Folly and madnesse made manifest, or, Some things written to shew how contrary to the word of God and practise of the saints in the Old and New Testament the doctrines and practises of the Quakers ... are [microform] : a rayling and reviling answer made thereunto, full of falsehood and vaine shifts and devices to maintaine their errors : this discovered and made manifest  By H. Hall] [Oxford

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