APA Citation

Appleton, N., Abbot, H., & Sewall, J. (1753). How God wills the salvation of all men; and their coming to the knowledge of the truth, as the means thereof: Illustrated in a sermon from I. Tim. ii. 4. Preached in Boston, March 27. 1753. at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Stephen Badger, as a missionary with a special reference to the Indians at Natick. Published at the unanimous desire of the ecclesiastical council convened on that occasion; and of other hearers. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. To which are annexed, the charge, by the Reverend Dr. Sewall: and the right hand of fellowship, by the Reverend Mr. Abbot. [Five lines of Scripture texts]. Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland Queen-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Appleton, Nathaniel, Hull Abbot, and Joseph Sewall. How God Wills the Salvation of All Men; and Their Coming to the Knowledge of the Truth, As the Means Thereof: Illustrated in a Sermon From I. Tim. Ii. 4. Preached in Boston, March 27. 1753. At the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Stephen Badger, As a Missionary With a Special Reference to the Indians At Natick. Published At the Unanimous Desire of the Ecclesiastical Council Convened On That Occasion; and of Other Hearers. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. To Which Are Annexed, the Charge, By the Reverend Dr. Sewall: And the Right Hand of Fellowship, By the Reverend Mr. Abbot. [Five Lines of Scripture Texts]. Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland Queen-Street, 1753.

MLA Citation

Appleton, Nathaniel, Hull Abbot, and Joseph Sewall. How God Wills the Salvation of All Men; and Their Coming to the Knowledge of the Truth, As the Means Thereof: Illustrated in a Sermon From I. Tim. Ii. 4. Preached in Boston, March 27. 1753. At the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Stephen Badger, As a Missionary With a Special Reference to the Indians At Natick. Published At the Unanimous Desire of the Ecclesiastical Council Convened On That Occasion; and of Other Hearers. By Nathaniel Appleton, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Cambridge. To Which Are Annexed, the Charge, By the Reverend Dr. Sewall: And the Right Hand of Fellowship, By the Reverend Mr. Abbot. [Five Lines of Scripture Texts]. Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland Queen-Street, 1753.

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