APA Citation

Chauncy, C. (1774). A letter to a friend: Giving a concise, but just, representation of the hardships and sufferings the town of Boston is exposed to, and must undergo in consequence of the late act of the British-Parliament, which by shutting up it's port has put a fatal bar in the way of that commercial business on which it depended for it's support. Boston, N.E: Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing office.

Chicago Style Citation

Chauncy, Charles. A Letter to a Friend: Giving a Concise, but Just, Representation of the Hardships and Sufferings the Town of Boston Is Exposed To, and Must Undergo in Consequence of the Late Act of the British-Parliament, Which By Shutting Up It's Port Has Put a Fatal Bar in the Way of That Commercial Business On Which It Depended for It's Support. Boston, N.E: Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing office, 1774.

MLA Citation

Chauncy, Charles. A Letter to a Friend: Giving a Concise, but Just, Representation of the Hardships and Sufferings the Town of Boston Is Exposed To, and Must Undergo in Consequence of the Late Act of the British-Parliament, Which By Shutting Up It's Port Has Put a Fatal Bar in the Way of That Commercial Business On Which It Depended for It's Support. Boston, N.E: Printed and sold at Greenleaf's printing office, 1774.

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