APA Citation

Tymme, T. (1625). A silver watch-bell: The sound whereof is able (by the grace of God) to winne the most profane worldling, and carelesse liuer (if there be but the least sparke of grace remayning in him) to become a true Christian indeed; that in the end he may obtaine euer-lasting salvation. Whereunto is adioyned a treatise of the holy sacrament of the Lords supper, in part augmented. By Thomas Tymme (The fifteenth impression.). London: Printed [by Thomas Purfoot] for Clement Knight, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Holy Lambe.

Chicago Style Citation

Tymme, Thomas. A Silver Watch-bell: The Sound Whereof Is Able (by the Grace of God) to Winne the Most Profane Worldling, and Carelesse Liuer (if There Be but the Least Sparke of Grace Remayning in Him) to Become a True Christian Indeed; That in the End He May Obtaine Euer-lasting Salvation. Whereunto Is Adioyned a Treatise of the Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper, in Part Augmented. By Thomas Tymme. The fifteenth impression. London: Printed [by Thomas Purfoot] for Clement Knight, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Holy Lambe, 1625.

MLA Citation

Tymme, Thomas. A Silver Watch-bell: The Sound Whereof Is Able (by the Grace of God) to Winne the Most Profane Worldling, and Carelesse Liuer (if There Be but the Least Sparke of Grace Remayning in Him) to Become a True Christian Indeed; That in the End He May Obtaine Euer-lasting Salvation. Whereunto Is Adioyned a Treatise of the Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper, in Part Augmented. By Thomas Tymme. The fifteenth impression. London: Printed [by Thomas Purfoot] for Clement Knight, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the Holy Lambe, 1625.

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