APA Citation

Psalmanazar, G. (1765). Memoirs of ****: Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. Containing An Account of his Education, Travels, Adventures, Connections, Literary Productions, and pretended Conversion from Heathenism to Christianity; which last proved the Occasion of his being brought over into this Kingdom, and passing for a Proselyte, and a Member of the Church of England. Dublin: printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, E. Watts, S. Cotter, J. Potts, and J. Williams.

Chicago Style Citation

Psalmanazar, George. Memoirs of ****: Commonly Known By the Name of George Psalmanazar; a Reputed Native of Formosa. Written By Himself in Order to Be Published After His Death. Containing An Account of His Education, Travels, Adventures, Connections, Literary Productions, and Pretended Conversion From Heathenism to Christianity; Which Last Proved the Occasion of His Being Brought Over Into This Kingdom, and Passing for a Proselyte, and a Member of the Church of England. Dublin: printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, E. Watts, S. Cotter, J. Potts, and J. Williams, 1765.

MLA Citation

Psalmanazar, George. Memoirs of ****: Commonly Known By the Name of George Psalmanazar; a Reputed Native of Formosa. Written By Himself in Order to Be Published After His Death. Containing An Account of His Education, Travels, Adventures, Connections, Literary Productions, and Pretended Conversion From Heathenism to Christianity; Which Last Proved the Occasion of His Being Brought Over Into This Kingdom, and Passing for a Proselyte, and a Member of the Church of England. Dublin: printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, E. Watts, S. Cotter, J. Potts, and J. Williams, 1765.

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