APA Citation

Steele, R., Nichols, J., & Addison, J. (1809). The epistolary corespondence of Sir Richard Steele: Including his familiar letters to his wife and daughters; to which are prefixed, fragments of three plays; two of them undoubtedly Steele's, the third supposed to be Addison's. London: Printed by and for John Nichols and son, and sold by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme.

Chicago Style Citation

Steele, Richard, John Nichols, and Joseph Addison. The Epistolary Corespondence of Sir Richard Steele: Including His Familiar Letters to His Wife and Daughters; to Which Are Prefixed, Fragments of Three Plays; Two of Them Undoubtedly Steele's, the Third Supposed to Be Addison's. London: Printed by and for John Nichols and son, and sold by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1809.

MLA Citation

Steele, Richard, John Nichols, and Joseph Addison. The Epistolary Corespondence of Sir Richard Steele: Including His Familiar Letters to His Wife and Daughters; to Which Are Prefixed, Fragments of Three Plays; Two of Them Undoubtedly Steele's, the Third Supposed to Be Addison's. London: Printed by and for John Nichols and son, and sold by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1809.

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