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MLA

Scaife, William, and Isabel Scaife. A Short Relation of Some Words and Expressions That Were Spoken by Barbara Scaife In Time of Her Sickness, a Little Before She Departed This Life: She Was Betwixt Fifteen and Sixteen Years of Age, Daughter to William and Issabel Scaife of the Blacksike Near Appleby, In the County of Westmerland: In Profession of the Principles of Light and Life In Christ Jesus. Which Those People Commonly Called Quakers Do Bear Testimony To, and Had Fellowship With, From Their Child-hood, and Had a Care Upon Them to Bring Up Their Children In the Fear of the Lord, and In the Knowledge of That Truth Which They Had Believed In: and Which Their Children Were In Their Tender Age Truly Acquainted With. [[London: s.n.], 1686.

APA

Scaife, W., & Scaife, I. (1686). A short relation of some words and expressions that were spoken by Barbara scaife in time of her sickness, a little before she departed this life: she was betwixt fifteen and sixteen years of age, daughter to William and Issabel Scaife of the Blacksike near Appleby, in the county of Westmerland: in profession of the principles of light and life in Christ Jesus. Which those people commonly called Quakers do bear testimony to, and had fellowship with, from their child-hood, and had a care upon them to bring up their children in the fear of the Lord, and in the knowledge of that truth which they had believed in: and which their children were in their tender age truly acquainted with. [[London: s.n.].

Chicago

Scaife, William., and Isabel Scaife. A Short Relation of Some Words and Expressions That Were Spoken by Barbara Scaife In Time of Her Sickness, a Little before She Departed This Life: She Was Betwixt Fifteen and Sixteen Years of Age, Daughter to William and Issabel Scaife of the Blacksike Near Appleby, In the County of Westmerland: In Profession of the Principles of Light and Life In Christ Jesus. Which Those People Commonly Called Quakers Do Bear Testimony To, and Had Fellowship With, From Their Child-Hood, and Had a Care Upon Them to Bring Up Their Children In the Fear of the Lord, and In the Knowledge of That Truth Which They Had Believed In: and Which Their Children Were In Their Tender Age Truly Acquainted with. [[London: s.n.], 1686.