APA Citation

Gillham, J. (1775). To the public. Whereas hand-bills have lately been dispersed in this city, by a late dealer in the Museum lottery tickets, endeavouring to justify his fair and unblemished conduct; and if possible, to free himself from reproach, and preserve his honest fame, by setting forth, that he has justly, and free from the least imputation, fairly discharged the duties incumbent on him, and accuitted himself with justice, prudence, and discretion, in duly executing that trust which the purchasers of those tickets reposed in him; and solicits the public to suspend their censures. [Coventry?]: s.n.

Chicago Style Citation

Gillham, James. To the Public. Whereas Hand-bills Have Lately Been Dispersed in This City, By a Late Dealer in the Museum Lottery Tickets, Endeavouring to Justify His Fair and Unblemished Conduct; and If Possible, to Free Himself From Reproach, and Preserve His Honest Fame, By Setting Forth, That He Has Justly, and Free From the Least Imputation, Fairly Discharged the Duties Incumbent On Him, and Accuitted Himself With Justice, Prudence, and Discretion, in Duly Executing That Trust Which the Purchasers of Those Tickets Reposed in Him; and Solicits the Public to Suspend Their Censures. [Coventry?]: s.n, 1775.

MLA Citation

Gillham, James. To the Public. Whereas Hand-bills Have Lately Been Dispersed in This City, By a Late Dealer in the Museum Lottery Tickets, Endeavouring to Justify His Fair and Unblemished Conduct; and If Possible, to Free Himself From Reproach, and Preserve His Honest Fame, By Setting Forth, That He Has Justly, and Free From the Least Imputation, Fairly Discharged the Duties Incumbent On Him, and Accuitted Himself With Justice, Prudence, and Discretion, in Duly Executing That Trust Which the Purchasers of Those Tickets Reposed in Him; and Solicits the Public to Suspend Their Censures. [Coventry?]: s.n, 1775.

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