APA Citation

La Pilonnière, F. d. (1718). An answer to the Reverend Dr. Snape's accusation: By Francis De La Pillonniere, formerly a Jesuit, now living with the Bishop of Bangor. Containing an account Of His Behaviour, and Sufferings, amongst the Jesuits. Of His leaving their Society, and afterwards turning Protestant. Of His being forced to leave France, and His Conduct since that Time. Shewing likewise, That the Principles profess'd by Dr. Snape, are such as justify the Main Pretensions and Cruelties of the Church of Rome. To which is added, An Appendix of Letters from Jesuits, and Others, Relating to the foregoing account. With a preface, by the Lord Bishop of Bangor (The third edition.). London: printed for James Knapton at the Crown, and Tim. Childe at the White Hart, in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Chicago Style Citation

La Pilonnière, François de. An Answer to the Reverend Dr. Snape's Accusation: By Francis De La Pillonniere, Formerly a Jesuit, Now Living With the Bishop of Bangor. Containing an Account Of His Behaviour, and Sufferings, Amongst the Jesuits. Of His Leaving Their Society, and Afterwards Turning Protestant. Of His Being Forced to Leave France, and His Conduct Since That Time. Shewing Likewise, That the Principles Profess'd By Dr. Snape, Are Such As Justify the Main Pretensions and Cruelties of the Church of Rome. To Which Is Added, An Appendix of Letters From Jesuits, and Others, Relating to the Foregoing Account. With a Preface, By the Lord Bishop of Bangor. The third edition. London: printed for James Knapton at the Crown, and Tim. Childe at the White Hart, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1718.

MLA Citation

La Pilonnière, François de. An Answer to the Reverend Dr. Snape's Accusation: By Francis De La Pillonniere, Formerly a Jesuit, Now Living With the Bishop of Bangor. Containing an Account Of His Behaviour, and Sufferings, Amongst the Jesuits. Of His Leaving Their Society, and Afterwards Turning Protestant. Of His Being Forced to Leave France, and His Conduct Since That Time. Shewing Likewise, That the Principles Profess'd By Dr. Snape, Are Such As Justify the Main Pretensions and Cruelties of the Church of Rome. To Which Is Added, An Appendix of Letters From Jesuits, and Others, Relating to the Foregoing Account. With a Preface, By the Lord Bishop of Bangor. The third edition. London: printed for James Knapton at the Crown, and Tim. Childe at the White Hart, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1718.

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