APA Citation

Gentleman of the University of Cambridge. (1783). A new common-place book: In which the plan recommended and practised by John Locke, Esq. is enlarged and improved by a gentleman of the University of Cambridge (Third edition.). Cambridge: Printed for John Nicholson, and sold by John & Joseph Merill, Booksellers in Cambridge; J&F. Rivington, and S. Crowder, in London; and J. Fletcher, in Oxford.

Chicago Style Citation

Gentleman of the University of Cambridge. A New Common-place Book: In Which the Plan Recommended and Practised By John Locke, Esq. Is Enlarged and Improved By a Gentleman of the University of Cambridge. Third edition. Cambridge: Printed for John Nicholson, and sold by John & Joseph Merill, Booksellers in Cambridge; J&F. Rivington, and S. Crowder, in London; and J. Fletcher, in Oxford, 1783.

MLA Citation

Gentleman of the University of Cambridge. A New Common-place Book: In Which the Plan Recommended and Practised By John Locke, Esq. Is Enlarged and Improved By a Gentleman of the University of Cambridge. Third edition. Cambridge: Printed for John Nicholson, and sold by John & Joseph Merill, Booksellers in Cambridge; J&F. Rivington, and S. Crowder, in London; and J. Fletcher, in Oxford, 1783.

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