APA Citation

Withers, J. (1710). Truth try'd: or, Mr. Agate's pretended Plain-Truth proved an untruth: In which moderate dissenters are vindicated from the imputation of schism, as charg'd upon them in his late Pamphlets; and the validity of Presbyterian Ordination is prov'd, both from Scripture and Antiquity. By John Withers. Exon: printed by Jos. Bliss in the Exchange, and sold by the booksellers of Exon.

Chicago Style Citation

Withers, John. Truth Try'd: Or, Mr. Agate's Pretended Plain-Truth Proved an Untruth: In Which Moderate Dissenters Are Vindicated From the Imputation of Schism, As Charg'd Upon Them in His Late Pamphlets; and the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Is Prov'd, Both From Scripture and Antiquity. By John Withers. Exon: printed by Jos. Bliss in the Exchange, and sold by the booksellers of Exon, 1710.

MLA Citation

Withers, John. Truth Try'd: Or, Mr. Agate's Pretended Plain-Truth Proved an Untruth: In Which Moderate Dissenters Are Vindicated From the Imputation of Schism, As Charg'd Upon Them in His Late Pamphlets; and the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Is Prov'd, Both From Scripture and Antiquity. By John Withers. Exon: printed by Jos. Bliss in the Exchange, and sold by the booksellers of Exon, 1710.

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