APA Citation

Pynchon, W. (1654). A treatise of the Sabbath: Wherein is contained the time of the first institution of it. The manner how the first Sabbath was ordained. Whereunto is annexed A treatise of holy time: and therein the great question about the beginning and ending of the Lords Day is largely discussed: and in both sundry cases of conscience are handled, and many texts of scripture are opened, the practice of the churches in New England are inquired into. London: Printed for Thomas Newberry, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill near the Royall Exchange..

Chicago Style Citation

Pynchon, William. A Treatise of the Sabbath: Wherein Is Contained the Time of the First Institution of It. The Manner How the First Sabbath Was Ordained. Whereunto Is Annexed A Treatise of Holy Time: And Therein the Great Question About the Beginning and Ending of the Lords Day Is Largely Discussed: And in Both Sundry Cases of Conscience Are Handled, and Many Texts of Scripture Are Opened, the Practice of the Churches in New England Are Inquired Into. London: Printed for Thomas Newberry, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill near the Royall Exchange., 1654.

MLA Citation

Pynchon, William. A Treatise of the Sabbath: Wherein Is Contained the Time of the First Institution of It. The Manner How the First Sabbath Was Ordained. Whereunto Is Annexed A Treatise of Holy Time: And Therein the Great Question About the Beginning and Ending of the Lords Day Is Largely Discussed: And in Both Sundry Cases of Conscience Are Handled, and Many Texts of Scripture Are Opened, the Practice of the Churches in New England Are Inquired Into. London: Printed for Thomas Newberry, and are to bee sold at his shop, at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Corn-hill near the Royall Exchange., 1654.

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