APA Citation

Woolley, W. (1794). The trials of the Rev. William Woolley, clerk, for publishing a libel on Sir Richard Hill, baronet; and the Rev. Rowland Hill, clerk. Intitled A cure for canting, or the grand impostors of St. Stephen's and of Surrey chapels unmasked, in a Letter to Sir Richard Hill, Bart. with a few modest Hints to the Right Honourable William Pitt. Before the Right Honourable Lloyd, Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Westminster Hall, in the County of Middlesex, the ninth day of December, 1794. Taken in short hand by Marsom and Ramsay. London: printed and published by G. Thompson, No. 50, Old Bailey; and sold by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, and J. Matthews, No. 18, Strand.

Chicago Style Citation

Woolley, William. The Trials of the Rev. William Woolley, Clerk, for Publishing a Libel On Sir Richard Hill, Baronet; and the Rev. Rowland Hill, Clerk. Intitled A Cure for Canting, or the Grand Impostors of St. Stephen's and of Surrey Chapels Unmasked, in a Letter to Sir Richard Hill, Bart. With a Few Modest Hints to the Right Honourable William Pitt. Before the Right Honourable Lloyd, Lord Kenyon, and a Special Jury, At Westminster Hall, in the County of Middlesex, the Ninth Day of December, 1794. Taken in Short Hand By Marsom and Ramsay. London: printed and published by G. Thompson, No. 50, Old Bailey; and sold by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, and J. Matthews, No. 18, Strand, 1794.

MLA Citation

Woolley, William. The Trials of the Rev. William Woolley, Clerk, for Publishing a Libel On Sir Richard Hill, Baronet; and the Rev. Rowland Hill, Clerk. Intitled A Cure for Canting, or the Grand Impostors of St. Stephen's and of Surrey Chapels Unmasked, in a Letter to Sir Richard Hill, Bart. With a Few Modest Hints to the Right Honourable William Pitt. Before the Right Honourable Lloyd, Lord Kenyon, and a Special Jury, At Westminster Hall, in the County of Middlesex, the Ninth Day of December, 1794. Taken in Short Hand By Marsom and Ramsay. London: printed and published by G. Thompson, No. 50, Old Bailey; and sold by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, and J. Matthews, No. 18, Strand, 1794.

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