APA (7th ed.) Citation

Howgill, F., & Burrough, E. (1900). The heart of New-England hardned through wickednes: In answer to a book, entituled the Heart of New-England rent, published by John Norton appointed thereunto by the General Court. The Doctrine of the Quakers uindicated, his Arguments made void, his Ignorance manifested, and his lying doctrines brought to light and judged with the Word of Truth and Truth cleared from his aspersions and slanders. By him that waits to see the Throne of Righteousness Exalted above all deceit. Printed for T. Simmons.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Howgill, Francis, and Edward Burrough. The Heart of New-England Hardned Through Wickednes: In Answer to a Book, Entituled the Heart of New-England Rent, Published by John Norton Appointed Thereunto by the General Court. The Doctrine of the Quakers Uindicated, His Arguments Made Void, His Ignorance Manifested, and His Lying Doctrines Brought to Light and Judged with the Word of Truth and Truth Cleared from His Aspersions and Slanders. By Him That Waits to See the Throne of Righteousness Exalted Above All Deceit. London: Printed for T. Simmons, 1900.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Howgill, Francis, and Edward Burrough. The Heart of New-England Hardned Through Wickednes: In Answer to a Book, Entituled the Heart of New-England Rent, Published by John Norton Appointed Thereunto by the General Court. The Doctrine of the Quakers Uindicated, His Arguments Made Void, His Ignorance Manifested, and His Lying Doctrines Brought to Light and Judged with the Word of Truth and Truth Cleared from His Aspersions and Slanders. By Him That Waits to See the Throne of Righteousness Exalted Above All Deceit. Printed for T. Simmons, 1900.

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