APA Citation

Smith, T. (1755). The great duty of contentment, and resignation to the will of God, recommended: Shewing the ways and means how to attain such a temper of mind as will make us happy in the worst circumstances we may possibly fall into. Being the substance of four sermons preached first at Hoxton Chapel, and afterwards in the Parish Church of St. Margaret's, Lothbury: To which are added, select forms of prayers proper for private families, and particular persons, extracted from the liturgy of the church, of England, and other books of devotion. In this edition is inserted some observations on the use and abuse of the passions; with several remarks on particular parts of the discourse, not inserted in the former impressions. By Thomas Smith, one of the curates of St. Andrew, Holborn (The third edition, corrected by the author.). London: Printed and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton-Garden.

Chicago Style Citation

Smith, Thomas. The Great Duty of Contentment, and Resignation to the Will of God, Recommended: Shewing the Ways and Means How to Attain Such a Temper of Mind As Will Make Us Happy in the Worst Circumstances We May Possibly Fall Into. Being the Substance of Four Sermons Preached First At Hoxton Chapel, and Afterwards in the Parish Church of St. Margaret's, Lothbury: To Which Are Added, Select Forms of Prayers Proper for Private Families, and Particular Persons, Extracted From the Liturgy of the Church, of England, and Other Books of Devotion. In This Edition Is Inserted Some Observations On the Use and Abuse of the Passions; With Several Remarks On Particular Parts of the Discourse, Not Inserted in the Former Impressions. By Thomas Smith, One of the Curates of St. Andrew, Holborn. The third edition, corrected by the author. London: Printed and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton-Garden, 1755.

MLA Citation

Smith, Thomas. The Great Duty of Contentment, and Resignation to the Will of God, Recommended: Shewing the Ways and Means How to Attain Such a Temper of Mind As Will Make Us Happy in the Worst Circumstances We May Possibly Fall Into. Being the Substance of Four Sermons Preached First At Hoxton Chapel, and Afterwards in the Parish Church of St. Margaret's, Lothbury: To Which Are Added, Select Forms of Prayers Proper for Private Families, and Particular Persons, Extracted From the Liturgy of the Church, of England, and Other Books of Devotion. In This Edition Is Inserted Some Observations On the Use and Abuse of the Passions; With Several Remarks On Particular Parts of the Discourse, Not Inserted in the Former Impressions. By Thomas Smith, One of the Curates of St. Andrew, Holborn. The third edition, corrected by the author. London: Printed and sold by the author, at Mr. Spencer's in Little Kirby-Street, near Hatton-Garden, 1755.

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