APA Citation

Gentleman in town. (1753). A vindication of L- K--e's memorial, from the aukward censures of some, and the timid concessions of others: Addressed to all freemen. In a letter from a gentleman in town, to a friend in the country. Dublin: printed in the year.

Chicago Style Citation

Gentleman in town. A Vindication of L- K--e's Memorial, From the Aukward Censures of Some, and the Timid Concessions of Others: Addressed to All Freemen. In a Letter From a Gentleman in Town, to a Friend in the Country. Dublin: printed in the year, 1753.

MLA Citation

Gentleman in town. A Vindication of L- K--e's Memorial, From the Aukward Censures of Some, and the Timid Concessions of Others: Addressed to All Freemen. In a Letter From a Gentleman in Town, to a Friend in the Country. Dublin: printed in the year, 1753.

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