APA Citation

Alleine, J. (1674). A most familiar explanation of the Assemblies shorter catechism: Wherein their larger answers are broken into lesser parcels, thereby to let in the light by degrees into the minds of the learners : to which is added in the close, a most brief help for the necessary but much neglected duty of self-examination to be daily perused : and to this is subjoined a letter of Christian counsel to a destitute flock (The last edition corrected and much amended.). London: Printed for Edw. Brewster.

Chicago Style Citation

Alleine, Joseph. A Most Familiar Explanation of the Assemblies Shorter Catechism: Wherein Their Larger Answers Are Broken Into Lesser Parcels, Thereby to Let in the Light By Degrees Into the Minds of the Learners : To Which Is Added in the Close, a Most Brief Help for the Necessary but Much Neglected Duty of Self-examination to Be Daily Perused : And to This Is Subjoined a Letter of Christian Counsel to a Destitute Flock. The last edition corrected and much amended. London: Printed for Edw. Brewster, 1674.

MLA Citation

Alleine, Joseph. A Most Familiar Explanation of the Assemblies Shorter Catechism: Wherein Their Larger Answers Are Broken Into Lesser Parcels, Thereby to Let in the Light By Degrees Into the Minds of the Learners : To Which Is Added in the Close, a Most Brief Help for the Necessary but Much Neglected Duty of Self-examination to Be Daily Perused : And to This Is Subjoined a Letter of Christian Counsel to a Destitute Flock. The last edition corrected and much amended. London: Printed for Edw. Brewster, 1674.

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