APA Citation

Gerhard, J., & Winterton, R. (1638). Gerards prayers; or, a daylie practice of pietie: Divided into foure parts. 1 of Confession of sinnes. 2 of Thanksgiving, for benefits. 3 of Petitions for our selues 4 of Supplicatio[n]s for our neighbours. Written (originally) in the Latine tongue, by Iohn Gerard; Doctor in Divinitie, and Superintendent of Heldeburg. Translated and revised by Ralph Winterton, Fellow of Kinges Colledge in Cambridge. Wherevnto is added a morning and euening prayer, for a familie. Printed in Aberdene: By Edward Raban.

Chicago Style Citation

Gerhard, Johann, and Ralph Winterton. Gerards Prayers; Or, a Daylie Practice of Pietie: Divided Into Foure Parts. 1 of Confession of Sinnes. 2 of Thanksgiving, for Benefits. 3 of Petitions for Our Selues 4 of Supplicatio[n]s for Our Neighbours. Written (originally) in the Latine Tongue, By Iohn Gerard; Doctor in Divinitie, and Superintendent of Heldeburg. Translated and Revised By Ralph Winterton, Fellow of Kinges Colledge in Cambridge. Wherevnto Is Added a Morning and Euening Prayer, for a Familie. Printed in Aberdene: By Edward Raban, 1638.

MLA Citation

Gerhard, Johann, and Ralph Winterton. Gerards Prayers; Or, a Daylie Practice of Pietie: Divided Into Foure Parts. 1 of Confession of Sinnes. 2 of Thanksgiving, for Benefits. 3 of Petitions for Our Selues 4 of Supplicatio[n]s for Our Neighbours. Written (originally) in the Latine Tongue, By Iohn Gerard; Doctor in Divinitie, and Superintendent of Heldeburg. Translated and Revised By Ralph Winterton, Fellow of Kinges Colledge in Cambridge. Wherevnto Is Added a Morning and Euening Prayer, for a Familie. Printed in Aberdene: By Edward Raban, 1638.

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