APA Citation

Morgan, T. (1719). The nature and consequences of enthusiasm consider'd: In some short remarks on the doctrine of the Blessed Trinity stated and defended. In a letter to Mr. Tong, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Reynolds. By a Protestant Dissenter. London: printed for J. Roberts , in Warwick-Lane ; and J. Harrison, at the Royal-Exchange.

Chicago Style Citation

Morgan, Thomas. The Nature and Consequences of Enthusiasm Consider'd: In Some Short Remarks On the Doctrine of the Blessed Trinity Stated and Defended. In a Letter to Mr. Tong, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Reynolds. By a Protestant Dissenter. London: printed for J. Roberts , in Warwick-Lane ; and J. Harrison, at the Royal-Exchange, 1719.

MLA Citation

Morgan, Thomas. The Nature and Consequences of Enthusiasm Consider'd: In Some Short Remarks On the Doctrine of the Blessed Trinity Stated and Defended. In a Letter to Mr. Tong, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Reynolds. By a Protestant Dissenter. London: printed for J. Roberts , in Warwick-Lane ; and J. Harrison, at the Royal-Exchange, 1719.

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