Franklin

MLA

Layman. A Friendly Call to the Holy Communion: Wherein Is Shewn to the Meanest Capacity, the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's-supper; The Obligation to Frequent It; The Insufficiency of the Excuses Usually Brought for Absenting From It; The Proper Dispositions for Receiving It; And the Advantages of a Worthy Reception: With a Particular Address to Servants. To Which Are Added. Prayers, Thanksgivings, Meditations, and Directions, to Assist the Devout Christian In the Due Discharge of That Great Duty. By a Layman: Member of the Societies for the Propagation of the Gospel In Foreign Parts, and for Promoting Christian Knowledge. The sixth edition. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown, No. 62. in St. Paul's Church Yard, ...1.

APA

Layman, L. (...1). A friendly call to the Holy Communion: Wherein is shewn to the meanest capacity, the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's-Supper; The Obligation to frequent it; The Insufficiency of the Excuses usually brought for absenting from it; The proper Dispositions for receiving it; And the Advantages of a worthy Reception: With a particular address to servants. To which are added. Prayers, Thanksgivings, Meditations, and Directions, to assist the Devout Christian in the due Discharge of that Great Duty. By a layman: Member of the Societies for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, and for Promoting Christian Knowledge. The sixth edition. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown, No. 62. in St. Paul's Church Yard.

Chicago

Layman. A Friendly Call to the Holy Communion: Wherein Is Shewn to the Meanest Capacity, the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's-Supper; The Obligation to Frequent It; The Insufficiency of the Excuses Usually Brought for Absenting From It; The Proper Dispositions for Receiving It; And the Advantages of a Worthy Reception: With a Particular Address to Servants. To Which Are Added. Prayers, Thanksgivings, Meditations, and Directions, to Assist the Devout Christian In the Due Discharge of That Great Duty. By a Layman: Member of the Societies for the Propagation of the Gospel In Foreign Parts, and for Promoting Christian Knowledge. The sixth edition. London: printed for John Rivington, Bookseller to The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; at the Bible and Crown, No. 62. in St. Paul's Church Yard, ...1.