APA Citation

More, H. (1795). Jack Brown in prison; or The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last. Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers: To which is added turn the carpet; or, The two weavers, a new song. Dublin: Sold by William Watson and Son, No. 7, Capel-Street, printers to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts, and by B. Dugdale, 6, Dame-Street; and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, great allowance to shopkeeper, chapmen and hawkers.

Chicago Style Citation

More, Hannah. Jack Brown in Prison; or The Pitcher Never Goes so Often to the Well but It Is Broke At Last. Being the Fourth Part of the History of the Two Shoe-makers: To Which Is Added Turn the Carpet; Or, The Two Weavers, a New Song. Dublin: Sold by William Watson and Son, No. 7, Capel-Street, printers to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts, and by B. Dugdale, 6, Dame-Street; and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, great allowance to shopkeeper, chapmen and hawkers, 1795.

MLA Citation

More, Hannah. Jack Brown in Prison; or The Pitcher Never Goes so Often to the Well but It Is Broke At Last. Being the Fourth Part of the History of the Two Shoe-makers: To Which Is Added Turn the Carpet; Or, The Two Weavers, a New Song. Dublin: Sold by William Watson and Son, No. 7, Capel-Street, printers to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts, and by B. Dugdale, 6, Dame-Street; and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, great allowance to shopkeeper, chapmen and hawkers, 1795.

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