Hardie, J. (1795). The American remembrancer, and universal tablet of memory: Containing a list of the most eminent men, whether in ancient or modern times, with the atchievements [sic] for which they have been particularly distinguished: as also the most memorable events in history, from the earliest period till the year 1795, classed under distinct heads, with their respective dates. : To which is added, a table, comprehending the periods at which the most remarkable cities and towns were founded, their present population, latitude, and longitude. : The whole being intended to form a comprehensive abridgement of history and chronology, particularly of that part which relates to America. Philadelphia,: Printed for the author by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second-Street..MLA Citation
Hardie, James. The American Remembrancer, and Universal Tablet of Memory: Containing a List of the Most Eminent Men, Whether in Ancient or Modern Times, With the Atchievements [sic] for Which They Have Been Particularly Distinguished: As Also the Most Memorable Events in History, From the Earliest Period Till the Year 1795, Classed Under Distinct Heads, With Their Respective Dates. : To Which Is Added, a Table, Comprehending the Periods At Which the Most Remarkable Cities and Towns Were Founded, Their Present Population, Latitude, and Longitude. : The Whole Being Intended to Form a Comprehensive Abridgement of History and Chronology, Particularly of That Part Which Relates to America. Philadelphia,: Printed for the author by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second-Street., 1795.