APA Citation

Delamaine, E. (1661). Sutable [sic] comforts for suffering Sion; or, saints interest in God, their chiefest support in times of greatest straits: Being a brief discovery of what God is to his people in all ages: which is of great weight and use to his in these trying times. Written by Edward Delamaine, at present under restraint, and a prisoner of hope. London: printed by Simon Dover, and are to be sold at his house in Christophers Alley, in Martins Le Grand.

Chicago Style Citation

Delamaine, Edward. Sutable [sic] Comforts for Suffering Sion; Or, Saints Interest in God, Their Chiefest Support in Times of Greatest Straits: Being a Brief Discovery of What God Is to His People in All Ages: Which Is of Great Weight and Use to His in These Trying Times. Written By Edward Delamaine, At Present Under Restraint, and a Prisoner of Hope. London: printed by Simon Dover, and are to be sold at his house in Christophers Alley, in Martins Le Grand, 1661.

MLA Citation

Delamaine, Edward. Sutable [sic] Comforts for Suffering Sion; Or, Saints Interest in God, Their Chiefest Support in Times of Greatest Straits: Being a Brief Discovery of What God Is to His People in All Ages: Which Is of Great Weight and Use to His in These Trying Times. Written By Edward Delamaine, At Present Under Restraint, and a Prisoner of Hope. London: printed by Simon Dover, and are to be sold at his house in Christophers Alley, in Martins Le Grand, 1661.

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