APA Citation

Rey, C. (1718). An account of the cruel persecutions, rais'd by the French clergy: Since their taking sanctuary here, against several worthy ministers, gentlemen, gentlewomen, and tradesmen, Dissenting from their Calvinistical Scheme; supported by Evidence. Shewing Also The Grossness and Licentiousness of their Dail, Calumnies against Mr. De La Pillonniere; for his being an Enemy to Persecution, and an Avowed Friend of All Honest Protestant Dissenters: And Containing A Detection of Fraud in the Distribution of the 15000l. of the Royal Bounty, Yearly given to the Poor French Protestant Refugees; and of many Falshoods in the List, printed by the Distributor, thereof. In Answer to some private Letters of Mr. De La Chapelle, Minister of the French Church in Artillery-Lane. The Whole laid before the English Nation, and the Sober Part of the French Refugees. By Claudius Rey, a French Layman. London: printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

Rey, Claudius. An Account of the Cruel Persecutions, Rais'd By the French Clergy: Since Their Taking Sanctuary Here, against Several Worthy Ministers, Gentlemen, Gentlewomen, and Tradesmen, Dissenting From Their Calvinistical Scheme; Supported By Evidence. Shewing Also The Grossness and Licentiousness of Their Dail, Calumnies against Mr. De La Pillonniere; for His Being an Enemy to Persecution, and an Avowed Friend of All Honest Protestant Dissenters: And Containing A Detection of Fraud in the Distribution of the 15000l. of the Royal Bounty, Yearly Given to the Poor French Protestant Refugees; and of Many Falshoods in the List, Printed By the Distributor, Thereof. In Answer to Some Private Letters of Mr. De La Chapelle, Minister of the French Church in Artillery-Lane. The Whole Laid Before the English Nation, and the Sober Part of the French Refugees. By Claudius Rey, a French Layman. London: printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, 1718.

MLA Citation

Rey, Claudius. An Account of the Cruel Persecutions, Rais'd By the French Clergy: Since Their Taking Sanctuary Here, against Several Worthy Ministers, Gentlemen, Gentlewomen, and Tradesmen, Dissenting From Their Calvinistical Scheme; Supported By Evidence. Shewing Also The Grossness and Licentiousness of Their Dail, Calumnies against Mr. De La Pillonniere; for His Being an Enemy to Persecution, and an Avowed Friend of All Honest Protestant Dissenters: And Containing A Detection of Fraud in the Distribution of the 15000l. of the Royal Bounty, Yearly Given to the Poor French Protestant Refugees; and of Many Falshoods in the List, Printed By the Distributor, Thereof. In Answer to Some Private Letters of Mr. De La Chapelle, Minister of the French Church in Artillery-Lane. The Whole Laid Before the English Nation, and the Sober Part of the French Refugees. By Claudius Rey, a French Layman. London: printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, 1718.

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