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APA Citation

J. B.  (1658).  Innocency cleared from lyes in answer or reply to some particular things, which them, who are scornfully called Quakers, are charged with in a boook intituled, Malice stript and whipt, &c. : published by one who calls himself Samuel Smith, minster of the gospel, but his practise and bitter spirit maketh him manifest to be forth of the Doctrine of Christ, and that he is not guided by the same spirit which the minsters of Christ were, are guided by as hereafter may be made appear.  London :  Printed for Thomas Simmons

MLA Citation

J. B.  Innocency cleared from lyes [microform] : in answer or reply to some particular things, which them, who are scornfully called Quakers, are charged with in a boook intituled, Malice stript and whipt, &c. : published by one who calls himself Samuel Smith, minster of the gospel, but his practise and bitter spirit maketh him manifest to be forth of the Doctrine of Christ, and that he is not guided by the same spirit which the minsters of Christ were, are guided by as hereafter may be made appear / by ... I.B  Printed for Thomas Simmons London  1658

Australian/Harvard Citation

J. B.  1658,  Innocency cleared from lyes [microform] : in answer or reply to some particular things, which them, who are scornfully called Quakers, are charged with in a boook intituled, Malice stript and whipt, &c. : published by one who calls himself Samuel Smith, minster of the gospel, but his practise and bitter spirit maketh him manifest to be forth of the Doctrine of Christ, and that he is not guided by the same spirit which the minsters of Christ were, are guided by as hereafter may be made appear / by ... I.B  Printed for Thomas Simmons London

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