APA Citation

(1737). Doctor Codex no Christian: Or, The liberty of conscience justify'd by scripture; and supported by the laws of England: In which it is demonstratively proved, that every man has an equal right to search and recommend the scriptures; and that ecclesiastical tyranny is contrary to the rules of the Gospel. London: Printed for W. Lloyd in Creed-Lane, and sold at the booksellers and Pamphlet-Shops.

Chicago Style Citation

Doctor Codex No Christian: Or, The Liberty of Conscience Justify'd By Scripture; and Supported By the Laws of England: In Which It Is Demonstratively Proved, That Every Man Has an Equal Right to Search and Recommend the Scriptures; and That Ecclesiastical Tyranny Is Contrary to the Rules of the Gospel. London: Printed for W. Lloyd in Creed-Lane, and sold at the booksellers and Pamphlet-Shops, 1737.

MLA Citation

Doctor Codex No Christian: Or, The Liberty of Conscience Justify'd By Scripture; and Supported By the Laws of England: In Which It Is Demonstratively Proved, That Every Man Has an Equal Right to Search and Recommend the Scriptures; and That Ecclesiastical Tyranny Is Contrary to the Rules of the Gospel. London: Printed for W. Lloyd in Creed-Lane, and sold at the booksellers and Pamphlet-Shops, 1737.

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