APA Citation

Bourn, S. (1748). A vindication of the principles and practice of Protestant dissenters: Containing I. A brief History of the Dissenters. II. The Hardships of Ministerial Conformity. III. Reasons for separating from the Church of England peculiar to the Laity. IV. A Defence of the Rights of Conscience, private Judgment, and the Toleration of peaceable Dissenters. V. Answers to several popular Objections commonly urged. Designed and fitted, by way of Question and Answer, for the use of dissenting parents, to assist them in the instructing their Children concerning the true Grounds of their Non-Conformity, as well as to furnish the Unlearned, in general, with a fair and plain View of the Controversy. By Samuel Bourn, E. M. London: sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion in Ludgate-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Bourn, Samuel. A Vindication of the Principles and Practice of Protestant Dissenters: Containing I. A Brief History of the Dissenters. II. The Hardships of Ministerial Conformity. III. Reasons for Separating From the Church of England Peculiar to the Laity. IV. A Defence of the Rights of Conscience, Private Judgment, and the Toleration of Peaceable Dissenters. V. Answers to Several Popular Objections Commonly Urged. Designed and Fitted, By Way of Question and Answer, for the Use of Dissenting Parents, to Assist Them in the Instructing Their Children Concerning the True Grounds of Their Non-Conformity, As Well As to Furnish the Unlearned, in General, With a Fair and Plain View of the Controversy. By Samuel Bourn, E. M. London: sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion in Ludgate-Street, 1748.

MLA Citation

Bourn, Samuel. A Vindication of the Principles and Practice of Protestant Dissenters: Containing I. A Brief History of the Dissenters. II. The Hardships of Ministerial Conformity. III. Reasons for Separating From the Church of England Peculiar to the Laity. IV. A Defence of the Rights of Conscience, Private Judgment, and the Toleration of Peaceable Dissenters. V. Answers to Several Popular Objections Commonly Urged. Designed and Fitted, By Way of Question and Answer, for the Use of Dissenting Parents, to Assist Them in the Instructing Their Children Concerning the True Grounds of Their Non-Conformity, As Well As to Furnish the Unlearned, in General, With a Fair and Plain View of the Controversy. By Samuel Bourn, E. M. London: sold by J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion in Ludgate-Street, 1748.

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