APA Citation

Ken, T. (1725). A crown of glory: The Reward of the Righteous being, meditations upon The Vicissitude and Uncertainty of all Sublunary Enjoyments; viz. I Honours, riches, and pleasures. II. The nature and causes of afflictions. III. The Great Benefit and Advantage of Afflictions. IV. Of Our Resignation to the Will of God. To which is Added, A Manual of Devotions, for Times of Trouble and Affliction. Also, meditations and prayers for the Holy Communion, Both Before, At, and After Receiving. With Some General Rules and Directions for Our Daily Practice. Composed for the use o a noble family. By the Right Revd Dr. Thomas Kenn, late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon in Pater-Noster-Row.

Chicago Style Citation

Ken, Thomas. A Crown of Glory: The Reward of the Righteous Being, Meditations Upon The Vicissitude and Uncertainty of All Sublunary Enjoyments; Viz. I Honours, Riches, and Pleasures. II. The Nature and Causes of Afflictions. III. The Great Benefit and Advantage of Afflictions. IV. Of Our Resignation to the Will of God. To Which Is Added, A Manual of Devotions, for Times of Trouble and Affliction. Also, Meditations and Prayers for the Holy Communion, Both Before, At, and After Receiving. With Some General Rules and Directions for Our Daily Practice. Composed for the Use O a Noble Family. By the Right Revd Dr. Thomas Kenn, Late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon in Pater-Noster-Row, 1725.

MLA Citation

Ken, Thomas. A Crown of Glory: The Reward of the Righteous Being, Meditations Upon The Vicissitude and Uncertainty of All Sublunary Enjoyments; Viz. I Honours, Riches, and Pleasures. II. The Nature and Causes of Afflictions. III. The Great Benefit and Advantage of Afflictions. IV. Of Our Resignation to the Will of God. To Which Is Added, A Manual of Devotions, for Times of Trouble and Affliction. Also, Meditations and Prayers for the Holy Communion, Both Before, At, and After Receiving. With Some General Rules and Directions for Our Daily Practice. Composed for the Use O a Noble Family. By the Right Revd Dr. Thomas Kenn, Late Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon in Pater-Noster-Row, 1725.

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