APA Citation

Rimius, H. (1754). A solemn call on Count Zinzendorf: The author, and advocate of the sect of Herrnhuters, commonly call'd Moravians, to answer all and every charge brought against them in the Candid narrative &c ; With some further Observations on the Spirit of that Sect. By Henry Rimius (The second edition.). London: printed for A. Linde, Stationer to his Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand.

Chicago Style Citation

Rimius, Henry. A Solemn Call On Count Zinzendorf: The Author, and Advocate of the Sect of Herrnhuters, Commonly Call'd Moravians, to Answer All and Every Charge Brought against Them in the Candid Narrative &c ; With Some Further Observations On the Spirit of That Sect. By Henry Rimius. The second edition. London: printed for A. Linde, Stationer to his Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand, 1754.

MLA Citation

Rimius, Henry. A Solemn Call On Count Zinzendorf: The Author, and Advocate of the Sect of Herrnhuters, Commonly Call'd Moravians, to Answer All and Every Charge Brought against Them in the Candid Narrative &c ; With Some Further Observations On the Spirit of That Sect. By Henry Rimius. The second edition. London: printed for A. Linde, Stationer to his Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand, 1754.

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