APA Citation

Dolman, J. (1755). Contemplations amongst Vincent's Rocks: Near the city of Bristol. The Whole intended not only to instruct its Readers, but also to instill into them those Principles which may be productive of their present Peace and future Happiness. In several Letters to a Friend. By John Dolman, Preacher to a Congregation in George's-Street; and to another in Guinea-Street, Bristol. Bristol: printed by S. Farley, in Castle-Green.

Chicago Style Citation

Dolman, John. Contemplations Amongst Vincent's Rocks: Near the City of Bristol. The Whole Intended Not Only to Instruct Its Readers, but Also to Instill Into Them Those Principles Which May Be Productive of Their Present Peace and Future Happiness. In Several Letters to a Friend. By John Dolman, Preacher to a Congregation in George's-Street; and to Another in Guinea-Street, Bristol. Bristol: printed by S. Farley, in Castle-Green, 1755.

MLA Citation

Dolman, John. Contemplations Amongst Vincent's Rocks: Near the City of Bristol. The Whole Intended Not Only to Instruct Its Readers, but Also to Instill Into Them Those Principles Which May Be Productive of Their Present Peace and Future Happiness. In Several Letters to a Friend. By John Dolman, Preacher to a Congregation in George's-Street; and to Another in Guinea-Street, Bristol. Bristol: printed by S. Farley, in Castle-Green, 1755.

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