APA Citation

Stoughton, W. (1670). New-Englands true interest not to lie, or, A treatise declaring from the word of truth the terms on which we stand and the tenure by which we hold our hitherto-continued precious and pleasant things: Shewing what the blessed God expecteth from his people and what they may rationally look for from him : delivered in a sermon preached in Boston in New-England, April 29, 1668, being the day of election there ([2nd ed.].). Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by S.G. and M.J..

Chicago Style Citation

Stoughton, William. New-Englands True Interest Not to Lie, Or, A Treatise Declaring From the Word of Truth the Terms On Which We Stand and the Tenure By Which We Hold Our Hitherto-continued Precious and Pleasant Things: Shewing What the Blessed God Expecteth From His People and What They May Rationally Look for From Him : Delivered in a Sermon Preached in Boston in New-England, April 29, 1668, Being the Day of Election There. [2nd ed.]. Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by S.G. and M.J., 1670.

MLA Citation

Stoughton, William. New-Englands True Interest Not to Lie, Or, A Treatise Declaring From the Word of Truth the Terms On Which We Stand and the Tenure By Which We Hold Our Hitherto-continued Precious and Pleasant Things: Shewing What the Blessed God Expecteth From His People and What They May Rationally Look for From Him : Delivered in a Sermon Preached in Boston in New-England, April 29, 1668, Being the Day of Election There. [2nd ed.]. Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by S.G. and M.J., 1670.

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