APA Citation

Hales, S. (1758). A treatise on ventilators: Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them ... in refreshing the noxious air of ships, hospitals and mines ... in preserving the timbers of ships ... in easily sweetening stinking cask water and curing the ill taste of milk ... in new methods of distilling ... in refreshing ... hot green-houses : and in several other useful improvements. London: Printed for Richard Manby, and sold by J. Pridden.

Chicago Style Citation

Hales, Stephen. A Treatise On Ventilators: Wherein an Account Is Given of the Happy Effects of Many Trials That Have Been Made of Them ... in Refreshing the Noxious Air of Ships, Hospitals and Mines ... in Preserving the Timbers of Ships ... in Easily Sweetening Stinking Cask Water and Curing the Ill Taste of Milk ... in New Methods of Distilling ... in Refreshing ... Hot Green-houses : And in Several Other Useful Improvements. London: Printed for Richard Manby, and sold by J. Pridden, 1758.

MLA Citation

Hales, Stephen. A Treatise On Ventilators: Wherein an Account Is Given of the Happy Effects of Many Trials That Have Been Made of Them ... in Refreshing the Noxious Air of Ships, Hospitals and Mines ... in Preserving the Timbers of Ships ... in Easily Sweetening Stinking Cask Water and Curing the Ill Taste of Milk ... in New Methods of Distilling ... in Refreshing ... Hot Green-houses : And in Several Other Useful Improvements. London: Printed for Richard Manby, and sold by J. Pridden, 1758.

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