APA Citation

Stoughton, J., & Burgess, A. (1640). The heauenly conuersation and the naturall mans condition: In two treatises. By Iohn Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge; and late preacher of Gods word in Alderman-bury London. Printed at London: By T. C[otes] for John Bellamie, and Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at the three Golden Lyons.

Chicago Style Citation

Stoughton, John, and Anthony Burgess. The Heauenly Conuersation and the Naturall Mans Condition: In Two Treatises. By Iohn Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, Sometimes Fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge; and Late Preacher of Gods Word in Alderman-bury London. Printed at London: By T. C[otes] for John Bellamie, and Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at the three Golden Lyons, 1640.

MLA Citation

Stoughton, John, and Anthony Burgess. The Heauenly Conuersation and the Naturall Mans Condition: In Two Treatises. By Iohn Stoughton, Doctor in Divinitie, Sometimes Fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge; and Late Preacher of Gods Word in Alderman-bury London. Printed at London: By T. C[otes] for John Bellamie, and Ralph Smith, and are to be sold at the three Golden Lyons, 1640.

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