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APA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  (1794).  Gospel news, divided into eleven sections. Peace and joy: being a brief attempt to consider the evidences of the truth of the Gospel, in which we have witness of peace with God, through Jesus Christ, drawn from the Old and New-Testaments, together with our obligations to keep the foundation of our peace, thus evidences always in remembrance; with several other pieces connected with and built upon this foundation, part of which was not before published. By Shippie Townsend. [Six lines of Scripture texts].  Printed at Boston :  by Alexander Young and Thomas Minns, for the writer, and sold at several book-stores in town

MLA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  Gospel news, [microform] divided into eleven sections. Peace and joy: being a brief attempt to consider the evidences of the truth of the Gospel, in which we have witness of peace with God, through Jesus Christ, drawn from the Old and New-Testaments, together with our obligations to keep the foundation of our peace, thus evidences always in remembrance; with several other pieces connected with and built upon this foundation, part of which was not before published. By Shippie Townsend. [Six lines of Scripture texts]  by Alexander Young and Thomas Minns, for the writer, and sold at several book-stores in town Printed at Boston  1794

Australian/Harvard Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  1794,  Gospel news, [microform] divided into eleven sections. Peace and joy: being a brief attempt to consider the evidences of the truth of the Gospel, in which we have witness of peace with God, through Jesus Christ, drawn from the Old and New-Testaments, together with our obligations to keep the foundation of our peace, thus evidences always in remembrance; with several other pieces connected with and built upon this foundation, part of which was not before published. By Shippie Townsend. [Six lines of Scripture texts]  by Alexander Young and Thomas Minns, for the writer, and sold at several book-stores in town Printed at Boston

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