APA Citation

Fox, G. (1654). A word from the Lord, to all the world, and all professors in the vvorld: Spoken in parables: wherein all may come to read themselves through the parables, and see where they are; also a word to all professors, who cast the pure law of God behind their backs, and turn the grace of God into wantonness, and despite the day of their visitation; with a dreadful voice to all the children of darkness, who hate and deny the light; that all may come to see themselves, and repent, before the fierce wrath of the Lord, which is kindled in England, sweep you all away: by them who are redeemed out of the curse, to serve the living, called Quakers. London,: Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls.

Chicago Style Citation

Fox, George. A Word From the Lord, to All the World, and All Professors in the Vvorld: Spoken in Parables: Wherein All May Come to Read Themselves Through the Parables, and See Where They Are; Also a Word to All Professors, Who Cast the Pure Law of God Behind Their Backs, and Turn the Grace of God Into Wantonness, and Despite the Day of Their Visitation; With a Dreadful Voice to All the Children of Darkness, Who Hate and Deny the Light; That All May Come to See Themselves, and Repent, Before the Fierce Wrath of the Lord, Which Is Kindled in England, Sweep You All Away: By Them Who Are Redeemed Out of the Curse, to Serve the Living, Called Quakers. London,: Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls, 1654.

MLA Citation

Fox, George. A Word From the Lord, to All the World, and All Professors in the Vvorld: Spoken in Parables: Wherein All May Come to Read Themselves Through the Parables, and See Where They Are; Also a Word to All Professors, Who Cast the Pure Law of God Behind Their Backs, and Turn the Grace of God Into Wantonness, and Despite the Day of Their Visitation; With a Dreadful Voice to All the Children of Darkness, Who Hate and Deny the Light; That All May Come to See Themselves, and Repent, Before the Fierce Wrath of the Lord, Which Is Kindled in England, Sweep You All Away: By Them Who Are Redeemed Out of the Curse, to Serve the Living, Called Quakers. London,: Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black spread-Eagle, at the west end of Pauls, 1654.

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