APA Citation

Payson, P. (1782). A memorial of Lexington battle, and of some signal interpositions of Providence in the American revolution: A sermon preached at Lexington, on the nineteenth of April, 1782, the anniversary of the commencement of the war between Great-Britain and America, which opened in a most tragical scene, in that town, on the nineteenth of April, 1775. Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes & sons.

Chicago Style Citation

Payson, Phillips. A Memorial of Lexington Battle, and of Some Signal Interpositions of Providence in the American Revolution: A Sermon Preached At Lexington, On the Nineteenth of April, 1782, the Anniversary of the Commencement of the War between Great-Britain and America, Which Opened in a Most Tragical Scene, in That Town, On the Nineteenth of April, 1775. Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes & sons, 1782.

MLA Citation

Payson, Phillips. A Memorial of Lexington Battle, and of Some Signal Interpositions of Providence in the American Revolution: A Sermon Preached At Lexington, On the Nineteenth of April, 1782, the Anniversary of the Commencement of the War between Great-Britain and America, Which Opened in a Most Tragical Scene, in That Town, On the Nineteenth of April, 1775. Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes & sons, 1782.

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