APA Citation

Mather, C. (1711). Advice from Taberah: A sermon preached after the terrible fire, which, (attended with some very lamentable and memorable circumstances, on Oct. 2,3. 1711.) laid a considerable part of Boston, in ashes. Directing a pious improvement of every calamity, but more especially of so calamitous a desolation. Boston in N.E.: Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish, at his shop at the Sign of the Buck over against the South Meeting-House..

Chicago Style Citation

Mather, Cotton. Advice From Taberah: A Sermon Preached After the Terrible Fire, Which, (attended With Some Very Lamentable and Memorable Circumstances, On Oct. 2,3. 1711.) Laid a Considerable Part of Boston, in Ashes. Directing a Pious Improvement of Every Calamity, but More Especially of so Calamitous a Desolation. Boston in N.E.: Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish, at his shop at the Sign of the Buck over against the South Meeting-House., 1711.

MLA Citation

Mather, Cotton. Advice From Taberah: A Sermon Preached After the Terrible Fire, Which, (attended With Some Very Lamentable and Memorable Circumstances, On Oct. 2,3. 1711.) Laid a Considerable Part of Boston, in Ashes. Directing a Pious Improvement of Every Calamity, but More Especially of so Calamitous a Desolation. Boston in N.E.: Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish, at his shop at the Sign of the Buck over against the South Meeting-House., 1711.

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