APA Citation

Author of a Letter to a Member of the Irish H-e of C-s. (1754). The review: being a short account of the doctrine, arguments, and tendency: Of the writings offered to the publick, by the C-t Advocates, since last September. Together with An humble address to the worthy patriots of Ireland, on the happy and providential events, which have crowned their labours in defence of their country. By the author of a Letter to a member of the Irish H-e of C-s on the present crisis of affairs. Dublin: printed in the year.

Chicago Style Citation

Author of a Letter to a Member of the Irish H-e of C-s. The Review: Being a Short Account of the Doctrine, Arguments, and Tendency: Of the Writings Offered to the Publick, By the C-t Advocates, Since Last September. Together With An Humble Address to the Worthy Patriots of Ireland, On the Happy and Providential Events, Which Have Crowned Their Labours in Defence of Their Country. By the Author of a Letter to a Member of the Irish H-e of C-s On the Present Crisis of Affairs. Dublin: printed in the year, 1754.

MLA Citation

Author of a Letter to a Member of the Irish H-e of C-s. The Review: Being a Short Account of the Doctrine, Arguments, and Tendency: Of the Writings Offered to the Publick, By the C-t Advocates, Since Last September. Together With An Humble Address to the Worthy Patriots of Ireland, On the Happy and Providential Events, Which Have Crowned Their Labours in Defence of Their Country. By the Author of a Letter to a Member of the Irish H-e of C-s On the Present Crisis of Affairs. Dublin: printed in the year, 1754.

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