APA Citation

(1797). The strange and unaccountable life of the penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq: A miserable miser, Who died in a Sack, though worth upwards of - 3000. per Ann. with singular anecdotes of the famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark usurer, a character well known upon the Stock Exchange: to which is added, a true account of Henry Welby, Who lived invisible Forty-Four Years in Grub Street; with a sketch of the life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; or, Parson and Player (The second edition.). London: printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street; and sold by Lee and Hurst, Paternoster-Row. MDCCXCVII. Entered at Stationer's Hall.

Chicago Style Citation

The Strange and Unaccountable Life of the Penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq: A Miserable Miser, Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of - 3000. Per Ann. With Singular Anecdotes of the Famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer, a Character Well Known Upon the Stock Exchange: To Which Is Added, a True Account of Henry Welby, Who Lived Invisible Forty-Four Years in Grub Street; With a Sketch of the Life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; Or, Parson and Player. The second edition. London: printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street; and sold by Lee and Hurst, Paternoster-Row. MDCCXCVII. Entered at Stationer's Hall, 1797.

MLA Citation

The Strange and Unaccountable Life of the Penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq: A Miserable Miser, Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of - 3000. Per Ann. With Singular Anecdotes of the Famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer, a Character Well Known Upon the Stock Exchange: To Which Is Added, a True Account of Henry Welby, Who Lived Invisible Forty-Four Years in Grub Street; With a Sketch of the Life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; Or, Parson and Player. The second edition. London: printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street; and sold by Lee and Hurst, Paternoster-Row. MDCCXCVII. Entered at Stationer's Hall, 1797.

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