APA Citation

Dyche, T. (1728). A companion to the Lord's table. Declaring plainly the nature of that holy sacrament, the Obligations, which all Christians have to receive it, the true Notions of worthy and unworthy Receiving; the necessary Preparation to it; and the great Advantages of rightly performing this Duty. With short and pious Forms of Prayer, to be used in Private, before, at, and after, Receiving. Written for the Encouragement of the Well-Meaning Professors of Religion, in the Orthodox Church of England. By T. Dyche (The third edition.). London: printed for Richard Ware at the Bible and Sun in Warwick-Lane at Amen-Corner.

Chicago Style Citation

Dyche, Thomas. A Companion to the Lord's Table. Declaring Plainly the Nature of That Holy Sacrament, the Obligations, Which All Christians Have to Receive It, the True Notions of Worthy and Unworthy Receiving; the Necessary Preparation to It; and the Great Advantages of Rightly Performing This Duty. With Short and Pious Forms of Prayer, to Be Used in Private, Before, At, and After, Receiving. Written for the Encouragement of the Well-Meaning Professors of Religion, in the Orthodox Church of England. By T. Dyche. The third edition. London: printed for Richard Ware at the Bible and Sun in Warwick-Lane at Amen-Corner, 1728.

MLA Citation

Dyche, Thomas. A Companion to the Lord's Table. Declaring Plainly the Nature of That Holy Sacrament, the Obligations, Which All Christians Have to Receive It, the True Notions of Worthy and Unworthy Receiving; the Necessary Preparation to It; and the Great Advantages of Rightly Performing This Duty. With Short and Pious Forms of Prayer, to Be Used in Private, Before, At, and After, Receiving. Written for the Encouragement of the Well-Meaning Professors of Religion, in the Orthodox Church of England. By T. Dyche. The third edition. London: printed for Richard Ware at the Bible and Sun in Warwick-Lane at Amen-Corner, 1728.

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