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MLA

Catel, John. Conscientiæ Equuleus: Or, A Faithful Relation of the Proceedings of the Inquisition At Granada, the Chancery of Spain, Concerning a Man Called Isaac, a Native of Mompelier, Who Was Burnt Alive In the Year 1699, for the Protestant Religion, Having Suffered Two Years and One Month the Rigour of That Inquisition, for Saying That Christ Had Ordain'd No More Than Two Sacraments, and That the Virgin Mary Went Not with Soul and Body Into Heaven, and That Neither She Nor the Saints Do Hear Our Prayers. Written by John Catel, a Fellow Sufferer by the Said Inquisition, As Appears by His True Relation of It. London?: [s.n., .171.

APA

Catel, J. (.171). Conscientiæ equuleus: or, A faithful relation of the proceedings of the inquisition at Granada, the Chancery of Spain, concerning a man called Isaac, a native of Mompelier, who was burnt alive in the year 1699, for the Protestant religion, having suffered two years and one month the rigour of that inquisition, for saying that Christ had ordain'd no more than two sacraments, and that the Virgin Mary went not with soul and body into heaven, and that neither she nor the saints do hear our prayers. Written by John Catel, a fellow sufferer by the said inquisition, as appears by his true relation of it. London?: [s.n.

Chicago

Catel, John Conscientiæ Equuleus: Or, A Faithful Relation of the Proceedings of the Inquisition At Granada, the Chancery of Spain, Concerning a Man Called Isaac, a Native of Mompelier, Who Was Burnt Alive In the Year 1699, for the Protestant Religion, Having Suffered Two Years and One Month the Rigour of That Inquisition, for Saying That Christ Had Ordain'd No More Than Two Sacraments, and That the Virgin Mary Went Not with Soul and Body Into Heaven, and That Neither She Nor the Saints Do Hear Our Prayers. Written by John Catel, a Fellow Sufferer by the Said Inquisition, As Appears by His True Relation of it. London?: [s.n., .171.