APA Citation

(1767). The Case of Miss Leslie, and her three sisters, the manufacturers of thread for lace, equal to any foreign: In an address to the public, but particularly to the patriotic societies, for the encouragement of arts and manufactures. London: Printed, and sold by D. Wilson [and 3 others].

Chicago Style Citation

The Case of Miss Leslie, and Her Three Sisters, the Manufacturers of Thread for Lace, Equal to Any Foreign: In an Address to the Public, but Particularly to the Patriotic Societies, for the Encouragement of Arts and Manufactures. London: Printed, and sold by D. Wilson [and 3 others], 1767.

MLA Citation

The Case of Miss Leslie, and Her Three Sisters, the Manufacturers of Thread for Lace, Equal to Any Foreign: In an Address to the Public, but Particularly to the Patriotic Societies, for the Encouragement of Arts and Manufactures. London: Printed, and sold by D. Wilson [and 3 others], 1767.

Warning: These citations may not always be 100% accurate.