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MLA

Gould, John. A Cal [sic] and a Vvarning, to All Priests, Professors and People, Vvho Have and Do Profess the Scriptures: That They May Try Their Doctrines and Practises by It, and May Own Condemnation In Their Doctrines and Practises, Wherein They Are Contrary to the Scriptures. And a Tender Visitation to the Whole Vvorld, That They May Own This Their Visitation, and May Be Healed and Restored to the Lord; and This May Serve for a Looking Glass, Wherein People May See What Visage They Are Of, and How They Stand Related As Unto God. London: printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate, 1657.

APA

Gould, J. (1657). A cal [sic] and a vvarning, to all priests, professors and people, vvho have and do profess the Scriptures: that they may try their doctrines and practises by it, and may own condemnation in their doctrines and practises, wherein they are contrary to the Scriptures. And a tender visitation to the whole vvorld, that they may own this their visitation, and may be healed and restored to the Lord; and this may serve for a looking glass, wherein people may see what visage they are of, and how they stand related as unto God. London: printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate.

Chicago

Gould, John, A Cal [sic] and a Vvarning, to All Priests, Professors and People, Vvho Have and Do Profess the Scriptures: That They May Try Their Doctrines and Practises by It, and May Own Condemnation In Their Doctrines and Practises, Wherein They Are Contrary to the Scriptures. And a Tender Visitation to the Whole Vvorld, That They May Own This Their Visitation, and May Be Healed and Restored to the Lord; and This May Serve for a Looking Glass, Wherein People May See What Visage They Are Of, and How They Stand Related As Unto God.. London: printed for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate, 1657.