APA Citation

Weems, M. L. 1. (1816). God's revenge against adultery, awfully exemplified in the following cases of American crime: Con. I. The accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware), who for seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley, had his brains blown out by her husband. II. The elegant James O'Neale, esq. (North Carolina), who for seducing the beautiful Miss Matilda L'Estrange, was killed by her brother (2d ed.). Philadelphia: Printed for the author.

Chicago Style Citation

Weems, M. L. 1759-1825. God's Revenge against Adultery, Awfully Exemplified in the Following Cases of American Crime: Con. I. The Accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware), Who for Seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley, Had His Brains Blown Out By Her Husband. II. The Elegant James O'Neale, Esq. (North Carolina), Who for Seducing the Beautiful Miss Matilda L'Estrange, Was Killed By Her Brother. 2d ed. Philadelphia: Printed for the author, 1816.

MLA Citation

Weems, M. L. 1759-1825. God's Revenge against Adultery, Awfully Exemplified in the Following Cases of American Crime: Con. I. The Accomplished Dr. Theodore Wilson, (Delaware), Who for Seducing Mrs. Nancy Wiley, Had His Brains Blown Out By Her Husband. II. The Elegant James O'Neale, Esq. (North Carolina), Who for Seducing the Beautiful Miss Matilda L'Estrange, Was Killed By Her Brother. 2d ed. Philadelphia: Printed for the author, 1816.

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