APA Citation

Wallis, T. (1617). The path-way to please God: Which way whomsoeuer walketh, especially in the time of anie worldly affliction, shalbe defended against all temptations. [London]: Printed by W. Jaggard [sold by Iohn Hammon, dwelling in Angell-alley in Aldersgate street.

Chicago Style Citation

Wallis, Thomas. The Path-way to Please God: Which Way Whomsoeuer Walketh, Especially in the Time of Anie Worldly Affliction, Shalbe Defended against All Temptations. [London]: Printed by W. Jaggard [sold by Iohn Hammon, dwelling in Angell-alley in Aldersgate street, 1617.

MLA Citation

Wallis, Thomas. The Path-way to Please God: Which Way Whomsoeuer Walketh, Especially in the Time of Anie Worldly Affliction, Shalbe Defended against All Temptations. [London]: Printed by W. Jaggard [sold by Iohn Hammon, dwelling in Angell-alley in Aldersgate street, 1617.

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