APA Citation

Poulter, J. (1754). The discoveries: Of John Poulter, alias Baxter; who was apprehended for robbing Dr. Hancock, ... Written wholly by himself. To which he has added, ... an exact account of the manner in which gamblers and other sharpers impose upon people at fairs .. (The eighth edition, with additions.). [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and sold by W. Owen, London.

Chicago Style Citation

Poulter, John. The Discoveries: Of John Poulter, Alias Baxter; Who Was Apprehended for Robbing Dr. Hancock, ... Written Wholly By Himself. To Which He Has Added, ... an Exact Account of the Manner in Which Gamblers and Other Sharpers Impose Upon People At Fairs .. The eighth edition, with additions. [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and sold by W. Owen, London, 1754.

MLA Citation

Poulter, John. The Discoveries: Of John Poulter, Alias Baxter; Who Was Apprehended for Robbing Dr. Hancock, ... Written Wholly By Himself. To Which He Has Added, ... an Exact Account of the Manner in Which Gamblers and Other Sharpers Impose Upon People At Fairs .. The eighth edition, with additions. [Sherborne]: Printed for R. Goadby, in Sherborne; and sold by W. Owen, London, 1754.

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