APA Citation

Hanway, J. (1779). The sea lads trusty companion: Being instructions given to the lads and boys assembled at the Marine Society's office in Bishopsgate-Street; waiting 'till commission or warrant officers in the Royal Navy request them as servants, in order to their being bred seamen; also masters in the merchants service, enquiring for boys to serve them as apprentices at sea: with rules for a moral and religious life. Also the state of the society to the 19th Dec. 1778. By J.H. Esq. London: Sold by Sewel, near the Royal Exchange, and others.

Chicago Style Citation

Hanway, Jonas. The Sea Lads Trusty Companion: Being Instructions Given to the Lads and Boys Assembled At the Marine Society's Office in Bishopsgate-Street; Waiting 'till Commission or Warrant Officers in the Royal Navy Request Them As Servants, in Order to Their Being Bred Seamen; Also Masters in the Merchants Service, Enquiring for Boys to Serve Them As Apprentices At Sea: With Rules for a Moral and Religious Life. Also the State of the Society to the 19th Dec. 1778. By J.H. Esq. London: Sold by Sewel, near the Royal Exchange, and others, 1779.

MLA Citation

Hanway, Jonas. The Sea Lads Trusty Companion: Being Instructions Given to the Lads and Boys Assembled At the Marine Society's Office in Bishopsgate-Street; Waiting 'till Commission or Warrant Officers in the Royal Navy Request Them As Servants, in Order to Their Being Bred Seamen; Also Masters in the Merchants Service, Enquiring for Boys to Serve Them As Apprentices At Sea: With Rules for a Moral and Religious Life. Also the State of the Society to the 19th Dec. 1778. By J.H. Esq. London: Sold by Sewel, near the Royal Exchange, and others, 1779.

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