APA Citation

Notcutt, W. (1728). The heavenly register: Being an attempt to unfold something of the nature and design of that book of remembrance which the Lord keeps, both of the Names and Discourse of Christians, while conversant here upon Earth, from Mal. iii. 16. To which are added, Serious Reflections on divers Subjects; Designed As a Specimen for the religious Improvement of the more common Occurrences of Life. By William Notcutt (The third edition.). London: printed for John Clark, and Richard Hett, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry.

Chicago Style Citation

Notcutt, William. The Heavenly Register: Being an Attempt to Unfold Something of the Nature and Design of That Book of Remembrance Which the Lord Keeps, Both of the Names and Discourse of Christians, While Conversant Here Upon Earth, From Mal. Iii. 16. To Which Are Added, Serious Reflections On Divers Subjects; Designed As a Specimen for the Religious Improvement of the More Common Occurrences of Life. By William Notcutt. The third edition. London: printed for John Clark, and Richard Hett, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry, 1728.

MLA Citation

Notcutt, William. The Heavenly Register: Being an Attempt to Unfold Something of the Nature and Design of That Book of Remembrance Which the Lord Keeps, Both of the Names and Discourse of Christians, While Conversant Here Upon Earth, From Mal. Iii. 16. To Which Are Added, Serious Reflections On Divers Subjects; Designed As a Specimen for the Religious Improvement of the More Common Occurrences of Life. By William Notcutt. The third edition. London: printed for John Clark, and Richard Hett, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry, 1728.

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