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MLA

Keach, Benjamin. War with the Devil: Or, the Young-man's Conflict with the Powers of Darkness. In a Dialogue. Discovering the Corruption and Vanity of Youth ; the Horrible Nature of Sin, and Deplorable Condition of Fallen Man. Also a Definition, Power, and Rule of Conscience, and the Nature of True Conversion. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing a Dialogue Between an Old Apostate, and a Young Professor. Worthy the Perusal of All, but Chiefly Intended for the Introduction of the Younger Sort. The Eighteenth Impression. By B. Keach, Anthor of Sion In Distress, Or the Croans of the Protestant Church. Licensed and Entred According to Order. London: printed for H.P. and sold by V. Harris at the Golden Boar's Head Grace-Church street, 1720.

APA

Keach, B. (1720). War with the devil: or, the young-man's conflict with the powers of darkness. In a dialogue. Discovering the corruption and vanity of youth ; the horrible Nature of Sin, and deplorable Condition of Fallen Man. Also a Definition, Power, and Rule of Conscience, and the Nature of true Conversion. To which is added, an appendix, containing a Dialogue between an old Apostate, and a young Professor. Worthy the Perusal of all, but chiefly intended for the Introduction of the Younger Sort. The eighteenth impression. By B. Keach, Anthor of Sion in Distress, or the Croans of the Protestant Church. Licensed and Entred according to Order. London: printed for H.P. and sold by V. Harris at the Golden Boar's Head Grace-Church street.

Chicago

Keach, Benjamin, War with the Devil: Or, the Young-Man's Conflict with the Powers of Darkness. In a Dialogue. Discovering the Corruption and Vanity of Youth ; the Horrible Nature of Sin, and Deplorable Condition of Fallen Man. Also a Definition, Power, and Rule of Conscience, and the Nature of True Conversion. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing a Dialogue Between an Old Apostate, and a Young Professor. Worthy the Perusal of All, but Chiefly Intended for the Introduction of the Younger Sort. The Eighteenth Impression. By B. Keach, Anthor of Sion In Distress, Or the Croans of the Protestant Church. Licensed and Entred According to Order. London: printed for H.P. and sold by V. Harris at the Golden Boar's Head Grace-Church street, 1720.