APA Citation

Gentleman, w. h. m. s. h. f. a. u. o. t. y. (1791). The sportsman's companion or An essay on shooting: Illustriously shewing in what manner to fire at birds of game, in various directions and situations.--And, directions to gentlemen for the treatment and breaking their own pointers and spaniels, and the necessary precautions, to guard against many accidents that attend this pleasant diversion: : with several useful and interesting particulars relative thereto. (Second edition.). Burlington [N.J.]:: Printed by Isaac Neale..

Chicago Style Citation

Gentleman, who has made shooting his favorite amusement upwards of twenty-six years. The Sportsman's Companion or An Essay On Shooting: Illustriously Shewing in What Manner to Fire At Birds of Game, in Various Directions and Situations.--And, Directions to Gentlemen for the Treatment and Breaking Their Own Pointers and Spaniels, and the Necessary Precautions, to Guard against Many Accidents That Attend This Pleasant Diversion: : With Several Useful and Interesting Particulars Relative Thereto. Second edition. Burlington [N.J.]:: Printed by Isaac Neale., 1791.

MLA Citation

Gentleman, who has made shooting his favorite amusement upwards of twenty-six years. The Sportsman's Companion or An Essay On Shooting: Illustriously Shewing in What Manner to Fire At Birds of Game, in Various Directions and Situations.--And, Directions to Gentlemen for the Treatment and Breaking Their Own Pointers and Spaniels, and the Necessary Precautions, to Guard against Many Accidents That Attend This Pleasant Diversion: : With Several Useful and Interesting Particulars Relative Thereto. Second edition. Burlington [N.J.]:: Printed by Isaac Neale., 1791.

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