APA Citation

Englishman. (1776). An address to the people of Great-Britain in general, the members of Parliament, and the leading gentlemen of opposition in particular, on the present crisis of American politics. Bristol: printed by T. Cocking, in Small-Street; and sold by the booksellers of Bristol and Bath; and by F. Newbery, in Ludgate-Street, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Englishman. An Address to the People of Great-Britain in General, the Members of Parliament, and the Leading Gentlemen of Opposition in Particular, On the Present Crisis of American Politics. Bristol: printed by T. Cocking, in Small-Street; and sold by the booksellers of Bristol and Bath; and by F. Newbery, in Ludgate-Street, London, 1776.

MLA Citation

Englishman. An Address to the People of Great-Britain in General, the Members of Parliament, and the Leading Gentlemen of Opposition in Particular, On the Present Crisis of American Politics. Bristol: printed by T. Cocking, in Small-Street; and sold by the booksellers of Bristol and Bath; and by F. Newbery, in Ludgate-Street, London, 1776.

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