APA Citation

Walker, H. (1654). Tragemata, sweet-meats. Or, resolves in all cases who are beleevers: In which many divine delicates that have been hid from doubting beleevers are unvailed and spread before them, and their warrants made plaine to have a right to that glory which dazels their eys [sic]. Together with the mysteries of Emmanuel, shewing how God reveals himself in the mysteries of his names to his peculiar ones. With an unfolding of the great mystery of the new covenant, to those who are interessed in it. Printed at London: for R. Ibbitson, and are to be sold by J. Andrews at the White Lion in the Old Bailey..

Chicago Style Citation

Walker, Henry. Tragemata, Sweet-meats. Or, Resolves in All Cases Who Are Beleevers: In Which Many Divine Delicates That Have Been Hid From Doubting Beleevers Are Unvailed and Spread Before Them, and Their Warrants Made Plaine to Have a Right to That Glory Which Dazels Their Eys [sic]. Together With the Mysteries of Emmanuel, Shewing How God Reveals Himself in the Mysteries of His Names to His Peculiar Ones. With an Unfolding of the Great Mystery of the New Covenant, to Those Who Are Interessed in It. Printed at London: for R. Ibbitson, and are to be sold by J. Andrews at the White Lion in the Old Bailey., 1654.

MLA Citation

Walker, Henry. Tragemata, Sweet-meats. Or, Resolves in All Cases Who Are Beleevers: In Which Many Divine Delicates That Have Been Hid From Doubting Beleevers Are Unvailed and Spread Before Them, and Their Warrants Made Plaine to Have a Right to That Glory Which Dazels Their Eys [sic]. Together With the Mysteries of Emmanuel, Shewing How God Reveals Himself in the Mysteries of His Names to His Peculiar Ones. With an Unfolding of the Great Mystery of the New Covenant, to Those Who Are Interessed in It. Printed at London: for R. Ibbitson, and are to be sold by J. Andrews at the White Lion in the Old Bailey., 1654.

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