APA Citation

Galloway, J. (1764). To the public. Philadelphia, September 29, 1764: Upon perusing Mr. Dickinson's reply to my speech, lately published, I find therein asserted, that I have been "hardy enough to obtrude on the public a pretended speech, of which I never spoke one sentence in the House .. [Philadelphia: Printed by William Dunlap.

Chicago Style Citation

Galloway, Joseph. To the Public. Philadelphia, September 29, 1764: Upon Perusing Mr. Dickinson's Reply to My Speech, Lately Published, I Find Therein Asserted, That I Have Been "hardy Enough to Obtrude On the Public a Pretended Speech, of Which I Never Spoke One Sentence in the House .. [Philadelphia: Printed by William Dunlap, 1764.

MLA Citation

Galloway, Joseph. To the Public. Philadelphia, September 29, 1764: Upon Perusing Mr. Dickinson's Reply to My Speech, Lately Published, I Find Therein Asserted, That I Have Been "hardy Enough to Obtrude On the Public a Pretended Speech, of Which I Never Spoke One Sentence in the House .. [Philadelphia: Printed by William Dunlap, 1764.

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