APA Citation

Penn, W. (1736). A key, opening the way to every capacity: How to distinguish the religion professed by the people called Quakers, from the perversions and misrepresentations of their adversaries. With a brief Exhortation to all sorts of People to Examine their Ways, and their Hearts, and turn speedily to the Lord. The fourteenth edition, corrected and enlarged, by William Penn. London: printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, in Lombard-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Penn, William. A Key, Opening the Way to Every Capacity: How to Distinguish the Religion Professed By the People Called Quakers, From the Perversions and Misrepresentations of Their Adversaries. With a Brief Exhortation to All Sorts of People to Examine Their Ways, and Their Hearts, and Turn Speedily to the Lord. The Fourteenth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged, By William Penn. London: printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, in Lombard-Street, 1736.

MLA Citation

Penn, William. A Key, Opening the Way to Every Capacity: How to Distinguish the Religion Professed By the People Called Quakers, From the Perversions and Misrepresentations of Their Adversaries. With a Brief Exhortation to All Sorts of People to Examine Their Ways, and Their Hearts, and Turn Speedily to the Lord. The Fourteenth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged, By William Penn. London: printed and sold by the assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, in Lombard-Street, 1736.

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