APA Citation

Hudson, P. (1766). Letters sent to the present ministry, &c. concerning a paper called, A secret, or, Method to give to France the most surprising shock: That can be expected to be given her for ages to come, even if it should be otherwise attempted at the expence of much blood and treasure : with an invitation to all those who are able to assist in redressing our present grievances. [S.l.: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Hudson, Peter. Letters Sent to the Present Ministry, &c. Concerning a Paper Called, A Secret, Or, Method to Give to France the Most Surprising Shock: That Can Be Expected to Be Given Her for Ages to Come, Even If It Should Be Otherwise Attempted At the Expence of Much Blood and Treasure : With an Invitation to All Those Who Are Able to Assist in Redressing Our Present Grievances. [S.l.: s.n.], 1766.

MLA Citation

Hudson, Peter. Letters Sent to the Present Ministry, &c. Concerning a Paper Called, A Secret, Or, Method to Give to France the Most Surprising Shock: That Can Be Expected to Be Given Her for Ages to Come, Even If It Should Be Otherwise Attempted At the Expence of Much Blood and Treasure : With an Invitation to All Those Who Are Able to Assist in Redressing Our Present Grievances. [S.l.: s.n.], 1766.

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