APA Citation

Gordon, T. (1735). The humourist: Being essays upon several subjects, viz. account of the author. Stock-Jobbers. Authors. Travels. Fancy. Journalists. The weather. Hope. Education. Prating. Modern inventions. Luxury. Libels. Popular discontents. Great Men. Theatrical entertainments. Method in writing. Suicide. Infidelity. Publick sports. Levity. The duty of authors. A club of authors. happiness. Women. Coffee-Houses. Masquerades. Patriotism. Bishop Burnet's history. Mortality. The characters of different nations. Sedition. hopers. Some characters of the present age (The second edition.). London: Printed for T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon between the two Temple-Gates, Fleet-street.

Chicago Style Citation

Gordon, Thomas. The Humourist: Being Essays Upon Several Subjects, Viz. Account of the Author. Stock-Jobbers. Authors. Travels. Fancy. Journalists. The Weather. Hope. Education. Prating. Modern Inventions. Luxury. Libels. Popular Discontents. Great Men. Theatrical Entertainments. Method in Writing. Suicide. Infidelity. Publick Sports. Levity. The Duty of Authors. A Club of Authors. Happiness. Women. Coffee-Houses. Masquerades. Patriotism. Bishop Burnet's History. Mortality. The Characters of Different Nations. Sedition. Hopers. Some Characters of the Present Age. The second edition. London: Printed for T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon between the two Temple-Gates, Fleet-street, 1735.

MLA Citation

Gordon, Thomas. The Humourist: Being Essays Upon Several Subjects, Viz. Account of the Author. Stock-Jobbers. Authors. Travels. Fancy. Journalists. The Weather. Hope. Education. Prating. Modern Inventions. Luxury. Libels. Popular Discontents. Great Men. Theatrical Entertainments. Method in Writing. Suicide. Infidelity. Publick Sports. Levity. The Duty of Authors. A Club of Authors. Happiness. Women. Coffee-Houses. Masquerades. Patriotism. Bishop Burnet's History. Mortality. The Characters of Different Nations. Sedition. Hopers. Some Characters of the Present Age. The second edition. London: Printed for T. Woodward, at the Half-Moon between the two Temple-Gates, Fleet-street, 1735.

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