APA Citation

Kingsbury, W. (1798). An apology for village preachers: Or, an account of the proceedings and motives of Protestant dissenters, And Serious Christians of other Denominations, in their Attempts, To Suppress Infidelity and Vice, and to Spread Vital Religion in Country Places; Especially Where the Means of Pious Instruction, among the Poor, are Rare: with some animadversions on an anonymous "appeal to the people:" and replies to objections. By William Kingsbury, M.A. Southampton: printed for the author by T. Baker: sold by T. Chapman, Fleet-Street; S. Conder, Cheapside; T. Conder, Bucklersbury, London; and B. C. Collins, Salisbury.

Chicago Style Citation

Kingsbury, William. An Apology for Village Preachers: Or, an Account of the Proceedings and Motives of Protestant Dissenters, And Serious Christians of Other Denominations, in Their Attempts, To Suppress Infidelity and Vice, and to Spread Vital Religion in Country Places; Especially Where the Means of Pious Instruction, Among the Poor, Are Rare: With Some Animadversions On an Anonymous "appeal to the People:" and Replies to Objections. By William Kingsbury, M.A. Southampton: printed for the author by T. Baker: sold by T. Chapman, Fleet-Street; S. Conder, Cheapside; T. Conder, Bucklersbury, London; and B. C. Collins, Salisbury, 1798.

MLA Citation

Kingsbury, William. An Apology for Village Preachers: Or, an Account of the Proceedings and Motives of Protestant Dissenters, And Serious Christians of Other Denominations, in Their Attempts, To Suppress Infidelity and Vice, and to Spread Vital Religion in Country Places; Especially Where the Means of Pious Instruction, Among the Poor, Are Rare: With Some Animadversions On an Anonymous "appeal to the People:" and Replies to Objections. By William Kingsbury, M.A. Southampton: printed for the author by T. Baker: sold by T. Chapman, Fleet-Street; S. Conder, Cheapside; T. Conder, Bucklersbury, London; and B. C. Collins, Salisbury, 1798.

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