Franklin

MLA

Roberts, Francis, and Edmund Calamy. Clavis Bibliorum: the Key of the Bible, Unlocking the Richest Treasurie of the Holy Scriptures : Whereby the 1. Order, 2. Names, 3. Times, 4. Penmen, 5. Occasion, 6. Scope, 7. Principall Parts Containing the Subject Matter of Every Book of Old and New Testament Are Familiarly and Briefly Opened for the Help of the Weakest Capacity In the Understanding of the Whole Bible. Edinburgh: Printed by Gedeon Lithgow, 1649.

APA

Roberts, F., & Calamy, E. (1649). Clavis Bibliorum: the key of the Bible, unlocking the richest treasurie of the Holy Scriptures : whereby the 1. order, 2. names, 3. times, 4. penmen, 5. occasion, 6. scope, 7. principall parts containing the subject matter of every book of Old and New Testament are familiarly and briefly opened for the help of the weakest capacity in the understanding of the whole Bible. Edinburgh: Printed by Gedeon Lithgow.

Chicago

Roberts, Francis, and Edmund Calamy. Clavis Bibliorum: The Key of the Bible, Unlocking the Richest Treasurie of the Holy Scriptures : Whereby the 1. Order, 2. Names, 3. Times, 4. Penmen, 5. Occasion, 6. Scope, 7. Principall Parts Containing the Subject Matter of Every Book of Old and New Testament Are Familiarly and Briefly Opened for the Help of the Weakest Capacity In the Understanding of the Whole Bible. Edinburgh: Printed by Gedeon Lithgow, 1649.