APA Citation

(1759). The new week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's Supper: As appointed and practised by the Church of England; part the second: Consisting of Meditations, Prayers, and Hymns suitable for the Sunday Evening on Sacrament Day, and for the Morning and Evening of every Day in that Week. With A Form of Daily self-examination: and, In the Course of these Meditations, those Doubts, and Scruples which are apt to disturb and render the Minds of devout Communicants Uneasy, are clearly stated, and finally removed. London: printed for Edward Wicksteed, in Warwick-Court, Warwick-Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

The New Week's Preparation for a Worthy Receiving of the Lord's Supper: As Appointed and Practised By the Church of England; Part the Second: Consisting of Meditations, Prayers, and Hymns Suitable for the Sunday Evening On Sacrament Day, and for the Morning and Evening of Every Day in That Week. With A Form of Daily Self-examination: And, In the Course of These Meditations, Those Doubts, and Scruples Which Are Apt to Disturb and Render the Minds of Devout Communicants Uneasy, Are Clearly Stated, and Finally Removed. London: printed for Edward Wicksteed, in Warwick-Court, Warwick-Lane, 1759.

MLA Citation

The New Week's Preparation for a Worthy Receiving of the Lord's Supper: As Appointed and Practised By the Church of England; Part the Second: Consisting of Meditations, Prayers, and Hymns Suitable for the Sunday Evening On Sacrament Day, and for the Morning and Evening of Every Day in That Week. With A Form of Daily Self-examination: And, In the Course of These Meditations, Those Doubts, and Scruples Which Are Apt to Disturb and Render the Minds of Devout Communicants Uneasy, Are Clearly Stated, and Finally Removed. London: printed for Edward Wicksteed, in Warwick-Court, Warwick-Lane, 1759.

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