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APA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  (1788).  Peace and joy being a brief attempt to consider the blessings of the peace between Great-Britain and America, &c. With our obligations arising therefrom. As also, the evidence 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 evidenced always in remembrance. With some thoughts on the Lord's Supper, instituted in remembrance of him who is our peace.  Boston :  Printed and sold by E. Russell, next Liberty-Pole

MLA Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  Peace and joy [electronic resource] : being a brief attempt to consider the blessings of the peace between Great-Britain and America, &c. With our obligations arising therefrom. As also, the evidence 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 evidenced always in remembrance. With some thoughts on the Lord's Supper, instituted in remembrance of him who is our peace / By Shippie Townsend. [Six lines of Scripture texts]  Printed and sold by E. Russell, next Liberty-Pole Boston  1788

Australian/Harvard Citation

Townsend, Shippie.  1788,  Peace and joy [electronic resource] : being a brief attempt to consider the blessings of the peace between Great-Britain and America, &c. With our obligations arising therefrom. As also, the evidence 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 evidenced always in remembrance. With some thoughts on the Lord's Supper, instituted in remembrance of him who is our peace / By Shippie Townsend. [Six lines of Scripture texts]  Printed and sold by E. Russell, next Liberty-Pole Boston

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