APA Citation

Combe, W. (1789). A letter from a country gentleman, to a Member of Parliament, on the present state of public affairs: In which the object of the contending parties, and the following characters are particularly considered; .. (The fifth edition, with additions.). London: printed at the Logographic Press. And sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson.

Chicago Style Citation

Combe, William. A Letter From a Country Gentleman, to a Member of Parliament, On the Present State of Public Affairs: In Which the Object of the Contending Parties, and the Following Characters Are Particularly Considered; .. The fifth edition, with additions. London: printed at the Logographic Press. And sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson, 1789.

MLA Citation

Combe, William. A Letter From a Country Gentleman, to a Member of Parliament, On the Present State of Public Affairs: In Which the Object of the Contending Parties, and the Following Characters Are Particularly Considered; .. The fifth edition, with additions. London: printed at the Logographic Press. And sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson, 1789.

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