APA (7th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. (1822). A Morning in Cork-Street, or, Raising the wind: Containing a picture of our hopeful young sprigs of nobility and men of fashion, with original letters and anecdotes, together with the character and qualifications of the major part of money lenders, to which is added, a portrait of our modern money-borrowers, who have passed through the ordeal of the fiery furnace in Cork Street. Printed for J. Johnston.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. A Morning in Cork-Street, or, Raising the Wind: Containing a Picture of Our Hopeful Young Sprigs of Nobility and Men of Fashion, with Original Letters and Anecdotes, Together with the Character and Qualifications of the Major Part of Money Lenders, to Which Is Added, a Portrait of Our Modern Money-borrowers, Who Have Passed Through the Ordeal of the Fiery Furnace in Cork Street. London: Printed for J. Johnston, 1822.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. A Morning in Cork-Street, or, Raising the Wind: Containing a Picture of Our Hopeful Young Sprigs of Nobility and Men of Fashion, with Original Letters and Anecdotes, Together with the Character and Qualifications of the Major Part of Money Lenders, to Which Is Added, a Portrait of Our Modern Money-borrowers, Who Have Passed Through the Ordeal of the Fiery Furnace in Cork Street. Printed for J. Johnston, 1822.


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