APA Citation

Kettlewell, J. (1768). A companion for the penitent, and for persons troubled in mind. Consisting of An Office for the Penitent, to carry on their Reconciliation with God. And a Trial or Judgment of the Soul, for discovering the Safety of their Spiritual Estate. And an Office for Persons troubled in Mind, to settle them in Peace and Comfort. By John Kettlewell, B. D. Late Vicar of Coles-Hill, in Warwickshire. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown (no 62.) in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Kettlewell, John. A Companion for the Penitent, and for Persons Troubled in Mind. Consisting of An Office for the Penitent, to Carry On Their Reconciliation With God. And a Trial or Judgment of the Soul, for Discovering the Safety of Their Spiritual Estate. And an Office for Persons Troubled in Mind, to Settle Them in Peace and Comfort. By John Kettlewell, B. D. Late Vicar of Coles-Hill, in Warwickshire. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown (no 62.) in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1768.

MLA Citation

Kettlewell, John. A Companion for the Penitent, and for Persons Troubled in Mind. Consisting of An Office for the Penitent, to Carry On Their Reconciliation With God. And a Trial or Judgment of the Soul, for Discovering the Safety of Their Spiritual Estate. And an Office for Persons Troubled in Mind, to Settle Them in Peace and Comfort. By John Kettlewell, B. D. Late Vicar of Coles-Hill, in Warwickshire. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown (no 62.) in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1768.

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