APA Citation

Bradley, R. (1721). The plague at Marseilles consider'd: With remarks upon the plague in general, shewing its cause and nature of infection, with necessary precautions to prevent the spreading of that direful distemper ... : also some observations taken from an original manuscript of a graduate physician who resided in London during the whole time of the late plague, anno 1665 (The 3rd ed.). London: Printed for W. Mears ....

Chicago Style Citation

Bradley, Richard. The Plague At Marseilles Consider'd: With Remarks Upon the Plague in General, Shewing Its Cause and Nature of Infection, With Necessary Precautions to Prevent the Spreading of That Direful Distemper ... : Also Some Observations Taken From an Original Manuscript of a Graduate Physician Who Resided in London During the Whole Time of the Late Plague, Anno 1665. The 3rd ed. London: Printed for W. Mears ..., 1721.

MLA Citation

Bradley, Richard. The Plague At Marseilles Consider'd: With Remarks Upon the Plague in General, Shewing Its Cause and Nature of Infection, With Necessary Precautions to Prevent the Spreading of That Direful Distemper ... : Also Some Observations Taken From an Original Manuscript of a Graduate Physician Who Resided in London During the Whole Time of the Late Plague, Anno 1665. The 3rd ed. London: Printed for W. Mears ..., 1721.

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