APA (7th ed.) Citation

Lightfoot, J. (1647). The harmony, chronicle and order of the Old Testament: The years observed and laid down chronically ; and the books, chapters, stories, prophesies, &c. taken up orderly, as the naturall method, and genuine series of the chronology and history doe require. With reasons given of dislocations of texts and stories, where they come: very many remarkable observations upon the text as it goes along: difficulties in the chronology untyed: differences in the relating of stories reconciled: and abundance of places in the Old Testament, briefly cleared. Also, a second part of the Harmony of the four Evangelists among themselves, and with the Old Testament ; from our Saviours baptism to the first Passeover after. Printed by R. Cotes for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop entring into Mercers-Chappell, at the lower end of Cheapside.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Lightfoot, John. The Harmony, Chronicle and Order of the Old Testament: The Years Observed and Laid Down Chronically ; and the Books, Chapters, Stories, Prophesies, &c. Taken Up Orderly, as the Naturall Method, and Genuine Series of the Chronology and History Doe Require. With Reasons Given of Dislocations of Texts and Stories, Where They Come: Very Many Remarkable Observations upon the Text as It Goes Along: Difficulties in the Chronology Untyed: Differences in the Relating of Stories Reconciled: And Abundance of Places in the Old Testament, Briefly Cleared. Also, a Second Part of the Harmony of the Four Evangelists Among Themselves, and with the Old Testament ; from Our Saviours Baptism to the First Passeover After. London: Printed by R. Cotes for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop entring into Mercers-Chappell, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1647.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Lightfoot, John. The Harmony, Chronicle and Order of the Old Testament: The Years Observed and Laid Down Chronically ; and the Books, Chapters, Stories, Prophesies, &c. Taken Up Orderly, as the Naturall Method, and Genuine Series of the Chronology and History Doe Require. With Reasons Given of Dislocations of Texts and Stories, Where They Come: Very Many Remarkable Observations upon the Text as It Goes Along: Difficulties in the Chronology Untyed: Differences in the Relating of Stories Reconciled: And Abundance of Places in the Old Testament, Briefly Cleared. Also, a Second Part of the Harmony of the Four Evangelists Among Themselves, and with the Old Testament ; from Our Saviours Baptism to the First Passeover After. Printed by R. Cotes for John Clark, and are to be sold at his shop entring into Mercers-Chappell, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1647.

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