APA Citation

Wells, E. (1707). Dr. Wells's theses against the validity of Presbyterian ordination proved to hold good: And Mr. Peirce's theses for the validity of Presbyterian ordination proved not to hold good. Numb. II. Oxford: printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Stephens: and are to be sold by J. Knapton, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Wells, Edward. Dr. Wells's Theses against the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Proved to Hold Good: And Mr. Peirce's Theses for the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Proved Not to Hold Good. Numb. II. Oxford: printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Stephens: and are to be sold by J. Knapton, London, 1707.

MLA Citation

Wells, Edward. Dr. Wells's Theses against the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Proved to Hold Good: And Mr. Peirce's Theses for the Validity of Presbyterian Ordination Proved Not to Hold Good. Numb. II. Oxford: printed by Leon. Lichfield, for John Stephens: and are to be sold by J. Knapton, London, 1707.

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