APA Citation

Chesterfield, P. D. S., Gregory, J., Melcher, J., & Osborne, G. J. (1786). Principles of politeness, and of knowing the world: By the late Lord Chesterfield. Methodised and digested under distinct heads, with additions, by the Rev. Dr. John Trusler: containing every instruction necessary to complete the gentleman and man of fashion; to teach him knowledge of life, and make him well received in all companies. To which is now first annexed A father's legacy to his daughters: by the late Dr. Gregory, of Edinburgh. The whole admirably calculated for the improvement of youth, yet not beneath the attention of any. Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: Printed by Melcher and Osborne.

Chicago Style Citation

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, John Gregory, John Melcher, and George Jerry Osborne. Principles of Politeness, and of Knowing the World: By the Late Lord Chesterfield. Methodised and Digested Under Distinct Heads, With Additions, By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler: Containing Every Instruction Necessary to Complete the Gentleman and Man of Fashion; to Teach Him Knowledge of Life, and Make Him Well Received in All Companies. To Which Is Now First Annexed A Father's Legacy to His Daughters: By the Late Dr. Gregory, of Edinburgh. The Whole Admirably Calculated for the Improvement of Youth, yet Not Beneath the Attention of Any. Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: Printed by Melcher and Osborne, 1786.

MLA Citation

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, John Gregory, John Melcher, and George Jerry Osborne. Principles of Politeness, and of Knowing the World: By the Late Lord Chesterfield. Methodised and Digested Under Distinct Heads, With Additions, By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler: Containing Every Instruction Necessary to Complete the Gentleman and Man of Fashion; to Teach Him Knowledge of Life, and Make Him Well Received in All Companies. To Which Is Now First Annexed A Father's Legacy to His Daughters: By the Late Dr. Gregory, of Edinburgh. The Whole Admirably Calculated for the Improvement of Youth, yet Not Beneath the Attention of Any. Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: Printed by Melcher and Osborne, 1786.

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