APA Citation

Hamilton, A., Bell, R., & Richardson, S. (1784). A letter from Phocion, to the considerate citizens of New-York: On the politics of the times, in consequence of the peace. Said to be written by Colonel Hamilton, late aid to His Excellency General Washington, and a member of the American Congress. [Five lines of text]. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Hamilton, Alexander, Robert Bell, and Samuel Richardson. A Letter From Phocion, to the Considerate Citizens of New-York: On the Politics of the Times, in Consequence of the Peace. Said to Be Written By Colonel Hamilton, Late Aid to His Excellency General Washington, and a Member of the American Congress. [Five Lines of Text]. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, 1784.

MLA Citation

Hamilton, Alexander, Robert Bell, and Samuel Richardson. A Letter From Phocion, to the Considerate Citizens of New-York: On the Politics of the Times, in Consequence of the Peace. Said to Be Written By Colonel Hamilton, Late Aid to His Excellency General Washington, and a Member of the American Congress. [Five Lines of Text]. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street, 1784.

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