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MLA

Marnix van St. Aldegonde, Philips van, John Stell, and George Gilpin. The Bee Hiue of the Romishe Churche·: Wherein the Authour a Zealous Protestant, Vnder the Person of a Superstitious Papist, Doth So Driely Refell the Grose Opinions of Popery, and So Diuinely Defend the Articles of Christianitie, That (the Sacred Scriptures Excepted) There Is Not a Booke to Be Founde, Either More Necessarie for Thy Profite, Or Sweeter for Thy Comforte. Translated Out of Dutch Into English by George Gilpin the Elder. [London]: These bookes are to be soulde [by A. Maunsell] in Paules Churchyard, at the signe of the Parret. Printed at London [at the three Cranes in the Vinetree, by Thomas Dawson, for Iohn Stell], 1579.

APA

Marnix van St. Aldegonde, P. van, Stell, J., & Gilpin, G. (1579). The bee hiue of the Romishe Churche·: Wherein the authour a zealous Protestant, vnder the person of a superstitious papist, doth so driely refell the grose opinions of popery, and so diuinely defend the articles of Christianitie, that (the sacred Scriptures excepted) there is not a booke to be founde, either more necessarie for thy profite, or sweeter for thy comforte. Translated out of Dutch into English by George Gilpin the Elder. [London]: These bookes are to be soulde [by A. Maunsell] in Paules Churchyard, at the signe of the Parret. Printed at London [at the three Cranes in the Vinetree, by Thomas Dawson, for Iohn Stell].

Chicago

Marnix van St. Aldegonde, Philips van, John Stell, and George Gilpin. The Bee Hiue of the Romishe Churche·: Wherein the Authour a Zealous Protestant, Vnder the Person of a Superstitious Papist, Doth So Driely Refell the Grose Opinions of Popery, and So Diuinely Defend the Articles of Christianitie, That (the Sacred Scriptures Excepted) There Is Not a Booke to Be Founde, Either More Necessarie for Thy Profite, Or Sweeter for Thy Comforte. Translated Out of Dutch Into English by George Gilpin the Elder. [London]: These bookes are to be soulde [by A. Maunsell] in Paules Churchyard, at the signe of the Parret. Printed at London [at the three Cranes in the Vinetree, by Thomas Dawson, for Iohn Stell], 1579.