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MLA

The Wonderful Signs of Christ's Second Coming, Calmly Considered: Under the Following Heads, Viz. I. Observations Upon the Scripture Prophecies, As They Seem Parallel to the Signs of the Present Times. Ii. A Short Account of the Great Comet Expected, According to Sir Isaac Newton and Other Leanred Men, In 1757 Or 58. With Serious Reflections Upon the Fatal Consequences Attending the Approach of Such a Body of Fire; Drawn From a Number of Incidents of the Like Kind, Which Have Happened In These Nations for Upwards of a Thousand Years Past. London: Printed for J. Scott, at the Black Swan in Pater-noster-Row; and W. Reeve, in Fleet-street, 1756.

APA

(1756). The Wonderful signs of Christ's second coming, calmly considered: Under the following heads, viz. I. observations upon the scripture prophecies, as they seem parallel to the signs of the present times. II. A short account of the great comet expected, according to Sir Isaac Newton and other leanred men, in 1757 or 58. With serious reflections upon the fatal consequences attending the approach of such a body of fire; drawn from a number of incidents of the like kind, which have happened in these nations for upwards of a thousand years past. London: Printed for J. Scott, at the Black Swan in Pater-noster-Row; and W. Reeve, in Fleet-street.

Chicago

The Wonderful Signs of Christ's Second Coming, Calmly Considered: Under the Following Heads, Viz. I. Observations Upon the Scripture Prophecies, As They Seem Parallel to the Signs of the Present Times. II. A Short Account of the Great Comet Expected, According to Sir Isaac Newton and Other Leanred Men, In 1757 Or 58. With Serious Reflections Upon the Fatal Consequences Attending the Approach of Such a Body of Fire; Drawn From a Number of Incidents of the Like Kind, Which Have Happened In These Nations for Upwards of a Thousand Years Past. London: Printed for J. Scott, at the Black Swan in Pater-noster-Row; and W. Reeve, in Fleet-street, 1756.