APA Citation

Chalmers, J., & Smith, W. (1776). Additions to Plain truth; addressed to the inhabitants of America: Containing, further remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled Common sense: wherein, are clearly and fully shewn, that American independence, is as illusory, ruinous, and impracticable, as a liberal reconciliation with Great Britain, is safe, honorable, and expedient. Philadelphia:: Printed, and sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street..

Chicago Style Citation

Chalmers, James, and William Smith. Additions to Plain Truth; Addressed to the Inhabitants of America: Containing, Further Remarks On a Late Pamphlet, Entitled Common Sense: Wherein, Are Clearly and Fully Shewn, That American Independence, Is As Illusory, Ruinous, and Impracticable, As a Liberal Reconciliation With Great Britain, Is Safe, Honorable, and Expedient. Philadelphia:: Printed, and sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street., 1776.

MLA Citation

Chalmers, James, and William Smith. Additions to Plain Truth; Addressed to the Inhabitants of America: Containing, Further Remarks On a Late Pamphlet, Entitled Common Sense: Wherein, Are Clearly and Fully Shewn, That American Independence, Is As Illusory, Ruinous, and Impracticable, As a Liberal Reconciliation With Great Britain, Is Safe, Honorable, and Expedient. Philadelphia:: Printed, and sold, by R. Bell, in Third-Street., 1776.

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