APA Citation

Whitson, J. (1789). The aged Christian's final farewell to the world and its vanities: A pious meditation, composed in the last century, by that truly benevolent patriot, and Compassionate Friend to the Poor Citizens of Bristol, John Whitson, Esq; Alderman of the said City, and a Member in Several Parliaments. Collected from the Author's Manuscripts. To which is prefixed, some account of the author, collected from authentic records, by George Symes Catcott. Bristol: printed by J. Rudhall and Co. in Small-Street. Sold by the editor G. S. Catcott, - and by E. Palmer, J. Norton, J. B. Becket, T. Mills, W. Browne, W. Bulgin, J. Lloyd, E. Shiercliffe, and S. Johnson, booksellers, in Bristol.

Chicago Style Citation

Whitson, John. The Aged Christian's Final Farewell to the World and Its Vanities: A Pious Meditation, Composed in the Last Century, By That Truly Benevolent Patriot, and Compassionate Friend to the Poor Citizens of Bristol, John Whitson, Esq; Alderman of the Said City, and a Member in Several Parliaments. Collected From the Author's Manuscripts. To Which Is Prefixed, Some Account of the Author, Collected From Authentic Records, By George Symes Catcott. Bristol: printed by J. Rudhall and Co. in Small-Street. Sold by the editor G. S. Catcott, - and by E. Palmer, J. Norton, J. B. Becket, T. Mills, W. Browne, W. Bulgin, J. Lloyd, E. Shiercliffe, and S. Johnson, booksellers, in Bristol, 1789.

MLA Citation

Whitson, John. The Aged Christian's Final Farewell to the World and Its Vanities: A Pious Meditation, Composed in the Last Century, By That Truly Benevolent Patriot, and Compassionate Friend to the Poor Citizens of Bristol, John Whitson, Esq; Alderman of the Said City, and a Member in Several Parliaments. Collected From the Author's Manuscripts. To Which Is Prefixed, Some Account of the Author, Collected From Authentic Records, By George Symes Catcott. Bristol: printed by J. Rudhall and Co. in Small-Street. Sold by the editor G. S. Catcott, - and by E. Palmer, J. Norton, J. B. Becket, T. Mills, W. Browne, W. Bulgin, J. Lloyd, E. Shiercliffe, and S. Johnson, booksellers, in Bristol, 1789.

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