APA Citation

Fidelio., & Turner, D. (1784). Seven letters to the Common Council of the City of London, and one to the Livery: Relative to their committees, the expenditure of the city cash, Black Friars Bridge, the state of the prisons, Court of Conscience debtors, and the partial distribution of Justice to them : with some observations on the bad policy and inhumanity of keeping such multitudes in confinement. London: Printed and sold by J. Andrew, and C. Dilly, and J. Bew.

Chicago Style Citation

Fidelio., and Daniel Turner. Seven Letters to the Common Council of the City of London, and One to the Livery: Relative to Their Committees, the Expenditure of the City Cash, Black Friars Bridge, the State of the Prisons, Court of Conscience Debtors, and the Partial Distribution of Justice to Them : With Some Observations On the Bad Policy and Inhumanity of Keeping Such Multitudes in Confinement. London: Printed and sold by J. Andrew, and C. Dilly, and J. Bew, 1784.

MLA Citation

Fidelio., and Daniel Turner. Seven Letters to the Common Council of the City of London, and One to the Livery: Relative to Their Committees, the Expenditure of the City Cash, Black Friars Bridge, the State of the Prisons, Court of Conscience Debtors, and the Partial Distribution of Justice to Them : With Some Observations On the Bad Policy and Inhumanity of Keeping Such Multitudes in Confinement. London: Printed and sold by J. Andrew, and C. Dilly, and J. Bew, 1784.

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