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MLA

W. B. The Merchant Distressed His Observations When He Was a Prisoner for Debt In London In the Yeare of Our Lord 1637: In Which the Reader May Take Notice of I. His Observations of Many Passages In the Prison ... Ii. the Severall Humours and Conditions of His Fellow Prisoners and Others, Iii. His Advice to Them ... Iv. Gods Singular Care and Providence Over All Distressed Prisoners and Others Who Put Their Trust In Him ... London: Printed by T.H. for F.E. and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1644.

APA

W. B, W. B. (1644). The merchant distressed his observations when he was a prisoner for debt in London in the yeare of our Lord 1637: in which the reader may take notice of I. his observations of many passages in the prison ... II. the severall humours and conditions of his fellow prisoners and others, III. his advice to them ... IV. Gods singular care and providence over all distressed prisoners and others who put their trust in him ... London: Printed by T.H. for F.E. and are to be sold at his shop ...

Chicago

W. B. The Merchant Distressed His Observations When He Was a Prisoner for Debt In London In the Yeare of Our Lord 1637: In Which the Reader May Take Notice of I. His Observations of Many Passages In the Prison ... II. the Severall Humours and Conditions of His Fellow Prisoners and Others, III. His Advice to Them ... IV. Gods Singular Care and Providence Over All Distressed Prisoners and Others Who Put Their Trust In Him .... London: Printed by T.H. for F.E. and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1644.