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APA Citation

Mather, Cotton.  (1721).  A vision in the temple The Lord of Hosts, adored; and the King of Glory proclaimed; on a day of prayer kept (May 10. 1721) at the opening of the New Brick Meeting House in the north part of Boston, by the ministers of the city, with the Society which built it, & this day swarmed into it.  Boston :  Printed for Robert Starkey. And sold at his shop in Fleetstreet

MLA Citation

Mather, Cotton.  A vision in the temple [electronic resource]. The Lord of Hosts, adored; and the King of Glory proclaimed; on a day of prayer kept (May 10. 1721) at the opening of the New Brick Meeting House in the north part of Boston, by the ministers of the city, with the Society which built it, & this day swarmed into it / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. [Two lines from Isaiah]  Printed for Robert Starkey. And sold at his shop in Fleetstreet Boston  1721

Australian/Harvard Citation

Mather, Cotton.  1721,  A vision in the temple [electronic resource]. The Lord of Hosts, adored; and the King of Glory proclaimed; on a day of prayer kept (May 10. 1721) at the opening of the New Brick Meeting House in the north part of Boston, by the ministers of the city, with the Society which built it, & this day swarmed into it / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. [Two lines from Isaiah]  Printed for Robert Starkey. And sold at his shop in Fleetstreet Boston

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