APA Citation

Woolley, W. (1792). The benefit of starving; or the advantages of hunger, cold, and nakedness; intended as a cordial for the poor, and an apology for the rich. Addressed to the Rev. Rowland Hill, M.A. By the Rev. W. Woolley, M.A. London: printed for G. Terry, 54, Paternoster-Row; W. Ash, Tower-Street; and May be had of all Booksellers in the Three Kingdoms.

Chicago Style Citation

Woolley, William. The Benefit of Starving; or the Advantages of Hunger, Cold, and Nakedness; Intended As a Cordial for the Poor, and an Apology for the Rich. Addressed to the Rev. Rowland Hill, M.A. By the Rev. W. Woolley, M.A. London: printed for G. Terry, 54, Paternoster-Row; W. Ash, Tower-Street; and May be had of all Booksellers in the Three Kingdoms, 1792.

MLA Citation

Woolley, William. The Benefit of Starving; or the Advantages of Hunger, Cold, and Nakedness; Intended As a Cordial for the Poor, and an Apology for the Rich. Addressed to the Rev. Rowland Hill, M.A. By the Rev. W. Woolley, M.A. London: printed for G. Terry, 54, Paternoster-Row; W. Ash, Tower-Street; and May be had of all Booksellers in the Three Kingdoms, 1792.

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