APA Citation

Bunyan, J. (1692). Sighs from Hell: Or, The groans of a damned soul: Discovering from the 16th of Luke, the lamentable state of the damned. : And may fitly serve, as a warning-word to sinners, both old and young, by faith in Jesus Christ, to avoid the same place of torment. : With a discovery of the usefulness of the Scriptures, as our safe conduct for avoiding the torments of Hell. (The ninth edition.). London:: Printed for A. and J. Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater Noster Row.

Chicago Style Citation

Bunyan, John. Sighs From Hell: Or, The Groans of a Damned Soul: Discovering From the 16th of Luke, the Lamentable State of the Damned. : And May Fitly Serve, As a Warning-word to Sinners, Both Old and Young, By Faith in Jesus Christ, to Avoid the Same Place of Torment. : With a Discovery of the Usefulness of the Scriptures, As Our Safe Conduct for Avoiding the Torments of Hell. The ninth edition. London:: Printed for A. and J. Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater Noster Row, 1692.

MLA Citation

Bunyan, John. Sighs From Hell: Or, The Groans of a Damned Soul: Discovering From the 16th of Luke, the Lamentable State of the Damned. : And May Fitly Serve, As a Warning-word to Sinners, Both Old and Young, By Faith in Jesus Christ, to Avoid the Same Place of Torment. : With a Discovery of the Usefulness of the Scriptures, As Our Safe Conduct for Avoiding the Torments of Hell. The ninth edition. London:: Printed for A. and J. Churchil, at the Black Swan in Pater Noster Row, 1692.

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