APA Citation

Ashwood, B. (1678). The heavenly trade, or the best merchandizing: The only way to live well in impoverishing times. A discourse occasioned from the decay of earthly trades, and visible wastes of practical piety in the day we live in, offering arguments and counsels to all, towards a speedy revival of dying godliness and timely prevention of the dangerous issues thereof impending on us. By Bartholomew Ashwood Minister of the Gospel. London: printed for Samuel Lee near Pope's Head Alley, over against the Church in Lombard-street.

Chicago Style Citation

Ashwood, Bartholomew. The Heavenly Trade, or the Best Merchandizing: The Only Way to Live Well in Impoverishing Times. A Discourse Occasioned From the Decay of Earthly Trades, and Visible Wastes of Practical Piety in the Day We Live In, Offering Arguments and Counsels to All, Towards a Speedy Revival of Dying Godliness and Timely Prevention of the Dangerous Issues Thereof Impending On Us. By Bartholomew Ashwood Minister of the Gospel. London: printed for Samuel Lee near Pope's Head Alley, over against the Church in Lombard-street, 1678.

MLA Citation

Ashwood, Bartholomew. The Heavenly Trade, or the Best Merchandizing: The Only Way to Live Well in Impoverishing Times. A Discourse Occasioned From the Decay of Earthly Trades, and Visible Wastes of Practical Piety in the Day We Live In, Offering Arguments and Counsels to All, Towards a Speedy Revival of Dying Godliness and Timely Prevention of the Dangerous Issues Thereof Impending On Us. By Bartholomew Ashwood Minister of the Gospel. London: printed for Samuel Lee near Pope's Head Alley, over against the Church in Lombard-street, 1678.

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