APA Citation

Fobes, P. (1785). The paradise of God opened to a penitent thief, in answer to his dying prayer to a dying Saviour: Considered and improved in a sermon; the substance of which was delivered at Taunton, November 11, 1784. Upon the day of the execution of John Dixson, for burglary, aetat 24. : With an appendix, on the nature and enormity of burglary. : And a sketch of Dixson's life. Providence:: Printed by Bennett Wheeler..

Chicago Style Citation

Fobes, Peres. The Paradise of God Opened to a Penitent Thief, in Answer to His Dying Prayer to a Dying Saviour: Considered and Improved in a Sermon; the Substance of Which Was Delivered At Taunton, November 11, 1784. Upon the Day of the Execution of John Dixson, for Burglary, Aetat 24. : With an Appendix, On the Nature and Enormity of Burglary. : And a Sketch of Dixson's Life. Providence:: Printed by Bennett Wheeler., 1785.

MLA Citation

Fobes, Peres. The Paradise of God Opened to a Penitent Thief, in Answer to His Dying Prayer to a Dying Saviour: Considered and Improved in a Sermon; the Substance of Which Was Delivered At Taunton, November 11, 1784. Upon the Day of the Execution of John Dixson, for Burglary, Aetat 24. : With an Appendix, On the Nature and Enormity of Burglary. : And a Sketch of Dixson's Life. Providence:: Printed by Bennett Wheeler., 1785.

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