APA Citation

Heywood, J. (1760). A succession of wise and good kings the distinguishing smile of heaven, and the exalted happiness of Great-Britain. Considered and improved, in a sermon on the account of the death of His late Majesty King George II. Of Glorious and Immortal Memory. at Potter's-Pury, in the county of Northampton, October 26, 1760. By John Heywood. Lincoln: printed by John Rose, for the author; and sold by Mr. B. Forfitt, at the Angel and Crown, Leadenhall-Street, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Heywood, John. A Succession of Wise and Good Kings the Distinguishing Smile of Heaven, and the Exalted Happiness of Great-Britain. Considered and Improved, in a Sermon On the Account of the Death of His Late Majesty King George II. Of Glorious and Immortal Memory. At Potter's-Pury, in the County of Northampton, October 26, 1760. By John Heywood. Lincoln: printed by John Rose, for the author; and sold by Mr. B. Forfitt, at the Angel and Crown, Leadenhall-Street, London, 1760.

MLA Citation

Heywood, John. A Succession of Wise and Good Kings the Distinguishing Smile of Heaven, and the Exalted Happiness of Great-Britain. Considered and Improved, in a Sermon On the Account of the Death of His Late Majesty King George II. Of Glorious and Immortal Memory. At Potter's-Pury, in the County of Northampton, October 26, 1760. By John Heywood. Lincoln: printed by John Rose, for the author; and sold by Mr. B. Forfitt, at the Angel and Crown, Leadenhall-Street, London, 1760.

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