APA Citation

(1780). Adam's well: Being as circumstantial a history of its original, the cause of its present improvements, the high esteem it has always been held in as a drinking water, and its salutary effects in the various cases and disorders (herein described and attested) as can at present be produced. London: By W. Richardson, in the Strand.

Chicago Style Citation

Adam's Well: Being As Circumstantial a History of Its Original, the Cause of Its Present Improvements, the High Esteem It Has Always Been Held in As a Drinking Water, and Its Salutary Effects in the Various Cases and Disorders (herein Described and Attested) As Can At Present Be Produced. London: By W. Richardson, in the Strand, 1780.

MLA Citation

Adam's Well: Being As Circumstantial a History of Its Original, the Cause of Its Present Improvements, the High Esteem It Has Always Been Held in As a Drinking Water, and Its Salutary Effects in the Various Cases and Disorders (herein Described and Attested) As Can At Present Be Produced. London: By W. Richardson, in the Strand, 1780.

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