APA Citation

Citizen of New-York., & Camden, C. P. (1774). A serious address to the inhabitants of the colony of New-York: Containing a full and minute survey of the Boston-Port Act, calculated to excite our inhabitants to conspire, with the other colonies on this continent, in extricating that unhappy town from its unparalleled distresses, and for the actual redemption, and security of our general rights and liberties. New-York: Printed by John Holt ....

Chicago Style Citation

Citizen of New-York., and Charles Pratt Camden. A Serious Address to the Inhabitants of the Colony of New-York: Containing a Full and Minute Survey of the Boston-Port Act, Calculated to Excite Our Inhabitants to Conspire, With the Other Colonies On This Continent, in Extricating That Unhappy Town From Its Unparalleled Distresses, and for the Actual Redemption, and Security of Our General Rights and Liberties. New-York: Printed by John Holt ..., 1774.

MLA Citation

Citizen of New-York., and Charles Pratt Camden. A Serious Address to the Inhabitants of the Colony of New-York: Containing a Full and Minute Survey of the Boston-Port Act, Calculated to Excite Our Inhabitants to Conspire, With the Other Colonies On This Continent, in Extricating That Unhappy Town From Its Unparalleled Distresses, and for the Actual Redemption, and Security of Our General Rights and Liberties. New-York: Printed by John Holt ..., 1774.

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