Franklin

MLA

Tottie, John. Sympathizing Affection, a Principle of Nature, Enforced by Reason and Religion: A Sermon Preached At the Cathedral Church of Worcester, On Thursday Aug. 16. 1750. Being the Anniversary Meeting of the Governors of the Worcester Infirmary. By John Tottie, A.m. Archdeacon of Worcester, and Chaplain In Ordinary to His Majesty. Published At the Request of the Governors. London: Printed by H. Woodfall, in Pater-noster Row: and sold by W. Sandby, at the Ship in Fleet-Street, ...1.

APA

Tottie, J. (...1). Sympathizing affection, a principle of nature, enforced by reason and religion: A sermon preached at the Cathedral Church of Worcester, on Thursday Aug. 16. 1750. Being the anniversary meeting of the governors of the Worcester infirmary. By John Tottie, A.M. archdeacon of Worcester, and chaplain in ordinary to His Majesty. Published at the request of the governors. London: Printed by H. Woodfall, in Pater-noster Row: and sold by W. Sandby, at the Ship in Fleet-Street.

Chicago

Tottie, John, Sympathizing Affection, a Principle of Nature, Enforced by Reason and Religion: A Sermon Preached At the Cathedral Church of Worcester, On Thursday Aug. 16. 1750. Being the Anniversary Meeting of the Governors of the Worcester Infirmary. By John Tottie, A.M. Archdeacon of Worcester, and Chaplain In Ordinary to His Majesty. Published At the Request of the Governors. London: Printed by H. Woodfall, in Pater-noster Row: and sold by W. Sandby, at the Ship in Fleet-Street, ...1.