APA Citation

Philadelphus. (1780). An humble attempt: To lead the mind From error to truth, from misery to peace, from poverty to riches, honor and glory. By Philadelphus. London: printed for the author, by J. Brown, at the Printing Office, Fair Street, Horsly-Down, and sold by J. Buckland, Pater-Noster Row, and W. Ash, No. 15, Little Tower Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Philadelphus. An Humble Attempt: To Lead the Mind From Error to Truth, From Misery to Peace, From Poverty to Riches, Honor and Glory. By Philadelphus. London: printed for the author, by J. Brown, at the Printing Office, Fair Street, Horsly-Down, and sold by J. Buckland, Pater-Noster Row, and W. Ash, No. 15, Little Tower Street, 1780.

MLA Citation

Philadelphus. An Humble Attempt: To Lead the Mind From Error to Truth, From Misery to Peace, From Poverty to Riches, Honor and Glory. By Philadelphus. London: printed for the author, by J. Brown, at the Printing Office, Fair Street, Horsly-Down, and sold by J. Buckland, Pater-Noster Row, and W. Ash, No. 15, Little Tower Street, 1780.

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