APA Citation

Le Sage, A. R. (1778). The Devil upon two sticks: Translated from the Diable Boiteux of Mr. Le Sage. To which are prefixed, Asmodeus's crutches, a critical letter upon the work; and dialogues between two chimneys of Madrid. Adorned with cuts. Edinburgh: Printed for Alexander Donaldson: and sold at his Shop (No. 48.) in St. Paul's Church-yard, London; and at Edinburgh.

Chicago Style Citation

Le Sage, Alain René. The Devil Upon Two Sticks: Translated From the Diable Boiteux of Mr. Le Sage. To Which Are Prefixed, Asmodeus's Crutches, a Critical Letter Upon the Work; and Dialogues between Two Chimneys of Madrid. Adorned With Cuts. Edinburgh: Printed for Alexander Donaldson: and sold at his Shop (No. 48.) in St. Paul's Church-yard, London; and at Edinburgh, 1778.

MLA Citation

Le Sage, Alain René. The Devil Upon Two Sticks: Translated From the Diable Boiteux of Mr. Le Sage. To Which Are Prefixed, Asmodeus's Crutches, a Critical Letter Upon the Work; and Dialogues between Two Chimneys of Madrid. Adorned With Cuts. Edinburgh: Printed for Alexander Donaldson: and sold at his Shop (No. 48.) in St. Paul's Church-yard, London; and at Edinburgh, 1778.

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