Franklin

MLA

Livingstone, Patrick, and W. D. Truth Owned and Deceit Denyed and Witnessed Against, Or, A Clear Manifestation of Truth and Its Servants: As Also a Manifestation of Falshood and Deceit, with Its Servants : Wherein Many Several Things Are Spoken to In Plainness of Speech, and In Love to Them Who Are Willing to Try All Things, and to Hold Fast That Which Is Good : Also Many Things Are Spoken to Concerning the Book of Common-prayer : and Something Annexed Touching Election and Reprobation : Also There Are Some Queries Touching Womens Speaking In the Church Which Is Annexed for the Priests, Or Any of the Contrary Mind to Answer If They Can, Or Else Be Silent, That Say That No Woman May Speak In the Church. London: [s.n.], 1667.

APA

Livingstone, P., & W. D, W. D. (1667). Truth owned and deceit denyed and witnessed against, or, A clear manifestation of truth and its servants: as also a manifestation of falshood and deceit, with its servants : wherein many several things are spoken to in plainness of speech, and in love to them who are willing to try all things, and to hold fast that which is good : also many things are spoken to concerning the Book of Common-Prayer : and something annexed touching election and reprobation : also there are some queries touching womens speaking in the church which is annexed for the priests, or any of the contrary mind to answer if they can, or else be silent, that say that no woman may speak in the church. London: [s.n.].

Chicago

Livingstone, Patrick, and W. D. Truth Owned and Deceit Denyed and Witnessed Against, Or, A Clear Manifestation of Truth and Its Servants: As Also a Manifestation of Falshood and Deceit, with Its Servants : Wherein Many Several Things Are Spoken to In Plainness of Speech, and In Love to Them Who Are Willing to Try All Things, and to Hold Fast That Which Is Good : Also Many Things Are Spoken to Concerning the Book of Common-Prayer : and Something Annexed Touching Election and Reprobation : Also There Are Some Queries Touching Womens Speaking In the Church Which Is Annexed for the Priests, Or Any of the Contrary Mind to Answer If They Can, Or Else Be Silent, That Say That No Woman May Speak In the Church. London: [s.n.], 1667.