APA Citation

(1759). An Address to the people of England, in which the conduct of Lieut. Gen. Lord George Sackville is properly considered: At once to silence, by the voice of truth, the cries of falshood, scurrility, and dulness. London: Printed for Joseph Burd.

Chicago Style Citation

An Address to the People of England, in Which the Conduct of Lieut. Gen. Lord George Sackville Is Properly Considered: At Once to Silence, By the Voice of Truth, the Cries of Falshood, Scurrility, and Dulness. London: Printed for Joseph Burd, 1759.

MLA Citation

An Address to the People of England, in Which the Conduct of Lieut. Gen. Lord George Sackville Is Properly Considered: At Once to Silence, By the Voice of Truth, the Cries of Falshood, Scurrility, and Dulness. London: Printed for Joseph Burd, 1759.

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