APA Citation

Ruggles, T., & Green, T. (1737). The usefulness and expedience of souldiers as discovered by reason and experience, and countenanced and supported by the Gospel: A sermon preached to an artillery-company at Guilford, May 25. 1736, on the day of their first choosing their officers. And now made publick a their earnest desire and charge. By Thomas Ruggles, A.M. Pastor of the First Church there. N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.]: Printed and sold by T. Green.

Chicago Style Citation

Ruggles, Thomas, and Timothy Green. The Usefulness and Expedience of Souldiers As Discovered By Reason and Experience, and Countenanced and Supported By the Gospel: A Sermon Preached to an Artillery-company At Guilford, May 25. 1736, On the Day of Their First Choosing Their Officers. And Now Made Publick a Their Earnest Desire and Charge. By Thomas Ruggles, A.M. Pastor of the First Church There. N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.]: Printed and sold by T. Green, 1737.

MLA Citation

Ruggles, Thomas, and Timothy Green. The Usefulness and Expedience of Souldiers As Discovered By Reason and Experience, and Countenanced and Supported By the Gospel: A Sermon Preached to an Artillery-company At Guilford, May 25. 1736, On the Day of Their First Choosing Their Officers. And Now Made Publick a Their Earnest Desire and Charge. By Thomas Ruggles, A.M. Pastor of the First Church There. N. London [i.e., New London, Conn.]: Printed and sold by T. Green, 1737.

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