APA Citation

(1756). The sham fight: or, political humbug: A state farce, in two acts. As it was acted by some persons of distinction in the M-d-n, and elsewhere. London: printed and sold [by J. Ryall] at Hogarth's Head, opposite Salisbury-Court, Fleet-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

The Sham Fight: Or, Political Humbug: A State Farce, in Two Acts. As It Was Acted By Some Persons of Distinction in the M-d-n, and Elsewhere. London: printed and sold [by J. Ryall] at Hogarth's Head, opposite Salisbury-Court, Fleet-Street, 1756.

MLA Citation

The Sham Fight: Or, Political Humbug: A State Farce, in Two Acts. As It Was Acted By Some Persons of Distinction in the M-d-n, and Elsewhere. London: printed and sold [by J. Ryall] at Hogarth's Head, opposite Salisbury-Court, Fleet-Street, 1756.

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