APA Citation

Turner, D. (1795). The gracious presence of God, the chief joy of his people, considered, in a sermon: Occasioned by the death of the Rev. Samuel Stennett, D. D. Late Pastor Of The Church Of Christ, Meeting In Little Wild Street, London, who died, Aug. 25, 1795. Preached at Abingdon, Berks, September 6, 1795. By Daniel Turner, M.A. Oxford: printed for the author by R. Watts; and sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard Street, and J. Johnson, No. 72, ST. Paul's CH. Yard, London, and by W. Watts, Abingdon.

Chicago Style Citation

Turner, Daniel. The Gracious Presence of God, the Chief Joy of His People, Considered, in a Sermon: Occasioned By the Death of the Rev. Samuel Stennett, D. D. Late Pastor Of The Church Of Christ, Meeting In Little Wild Street, London, Who Died, Aug. 25, 1795. Preached At Abingdon, Berks, September 6, 1795. By Daniel Turner, M.A. Oxford: printed for the author by R. Watts; and sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard Street, and J. Johnson, No. 72, ST. Paul's CH. Yard, London, and by W. Watts, Abingdon, 1795.

MLA Citation

Turner, Daniel. The Gracious Presence of God, the Chief Joy of His People, Considered, in a Sermon: Occasioned By the Death of the Rev. Samuel Stennett, D. D. Late Pastor Of The Church Of Christ, Meeting In Little Wild Street, London, Who Died, Aug. 25, 1795. Preached At Abingdon, Berks, September 6, 1795. By Daniel Turner, M.A. Oxford: printed for the author by R. Watts; and sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard Street, and J. Johnson, No. 72, ST. Paul's CH. Yard, London, and by W. Watts, Abingdon, 1795.

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