APA Citation

Williams, W., & Fleet, T. (1738). The serious consideration, that God will visit and judge men for sin, would be a happy means to keep them from it: A sermon preach'd at Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On occasion of the execution of Philip Kennison, for the crime of burglary. By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the church in Weston. [Five lines of Scripture texts] With the confession of his faith. Boston: Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Narrative of Kennison's life, written by himself.

Chicago Style Citation

Williams, William, and Thomas Fleet. The Serious Consideration, That God Will Visit and Judge Men for Sin, Would Be a Happy Means to Keep Them From It: A Sermon Preach'd At Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On Occasion of the Execution of Philip Kennison, for the Crime of Burglary. By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the Church in Weston. [Five Lines of Scripture Texts] With the Confession of His Faith. Boston: Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Narrative of Kennison's life, written by himself, 1738.

MLA Citation

Williams, William, and Thomas Fleet. The Serious Consideration, That God Will Visit and Judge Men for Sin, Would Be a Happy Means to Keep Them From It: A Sermon Preach'd At Cambridge, September 15th. 1738. On Occasion of the Execution of Philip Kennison, for the Crime of Burglary. By William Williams, M.A. Pastor of the Church in Weston. [Five Lines of Scripture Texts] With the Confession of His Faith. Boston: Printed and sold by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill; where may be had the Narrative of Kennison's life, written by himself, 1738.

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