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MLA

Nixon, John. The Life of the Late Reverend Mr. James Hervey, A.m. Rector of Weston-favell, Northamptonshire: Containing His Birth--education--ordination--he Succeeds His Father In Weston-favell--refuses to Be a Pluralist, and to Accept of Collingtree--his Last Illness, and Behaviour Under It--his Last Words and Death--his Character As a Minister; Method and Frequency of Preaching--catechising, and Reproving--his Private Character; His Method with His Domestics, and Heavenly Conversation In Company--his Great Liberality to the Poor, and Frugal Management of It--his Learning--his Great Meekness and Humility, Instanced--his Remarks On Mr. Sandiaman's [i.e., Sandeman] Letters. Portsmouth in New-Hampshire:: Printed by D. and R. Fowle,, 1764.

APA

Nixon, J. (1764). The Life of the late Reverend Mr. James Hervey, A.M. Rector of Weston-Favell, Northamptonshire: Containing his birth--education--ordination--he succeeds his father in Weston-Favell--refuses to be a pluralist, and to accept of Collingtree--his last illness, and behaviour under it--his last words and death--his character as a minister; method and frequency of preaching--catechising, and reproving--his private character; his method with his domestics, and heavenly conversation in company--his great liberality to the poor, and frugal management of it--his learning--his great meekness and humility, instanced--his remarks on Mr. Sandiaman's [i.e., Sandeman] Letters. Portsmouth in New-Hampshire:: Printed by D. and R. Fowle,.

Chicago

Nixon, John, The Life of the Late Reverend Mr. James Hervey, A.M. Rector of Weston-Favell, Northamptonshire: Containing His Birth--Education--Ordination--He Succeeds His Father In Weston-Favell--Refuses to Be a Pluralist, and to Accept of Collingtree--His Last Illness, and Behaviour Under It--His Last Words and Death--His Character As a Minister; Method and Frequency of Preaching--Catechising, and Reproving--His Private Character; His Method with His Domestics, and Heavenly Conversation In Company--His Great Liberality to the Poor, and Frugal Management of It--His Learning--His Great Meekness and Humility, Instanced--His Remarks On Mr. Sandiaman's [i.e., Sandeman] Letters. Portsmouth in New-Hampshire:: Printed by D. and R. Fowle,, 1764.