Franklin

MLA

I. C. The Euer-burning Lamps of Pietie and Deuotion: Kindled by Many Excellent and Heauenly Prayers, Deuided Into the Seuerall Dayes of the Weeke, and Other Occasions: To Auoide Which Weake Man Hath Continuall Cause to Retire Into Himselfe, and Humbly Confer with Almightie God. By I.c. London: Printed by George Purslowe for Richard Hawkins, and are to bee sold at his shop in Chancery-Lane neere Serieants Inne, 1619.

APA

I. C, I. C. (1619). The euer-burning lamps of pietie and deuotion: Kindled by many excellent and heauenly prayers, deuided into the seuerall dayes of the weeke, and other occasions: To auoide which weake man hath continuall cause to retire into himselfe, and humbly confer with Almightie God. By I.C. London: Printed by George Purslowe for Richard Hawkins, and are to bee sold at his shop in Chancery-Lane neere Serieants Inne.

Chicago

I. C. The Euer-Burning Lamps of Pietie and Deuotion: Kindled by Many Excellent and Heauenly Prayers, Deuided Into the Seuerall Dayes of the Weeke, and Other Occasions: To Auoide Which Weake Man Hath Continuall Cause to Retire Into Himselfe, and Humbly Confer with Almightie God. By I.C. London: Printed by George Purslowe for Richard Hawkins, and are to bee sold at his shop in Chancery-Lane neere Serieants Inne, 1619.