APA Citation

Themistocles, p. (1783). A reply to Sir Henry Clinton's narrative: Wherein his numberous errors are pointed out, and the conduct of Lord Cornwallis fully vindicated from all aspersion : including the whole of the public and secret correspondence, between Lord George Germain, Sir Henry Clinton, and His Lordship : as also intercepted letters from General Washington. London : New York: Printed ; Re-printed by Sower, Morton, and Horner ... and by Messs. Berry and Rogers.

Chicago Style Citation

Themistocles, pseud. A Reply to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative: Wherein His Numberous Errors Are Pointed Out, and the Conduct of Lord Cornwallis Fully Vindicated From All Aspersion : Including the Whole of the Public and Secret Correspondence, between Lord George Germain, Sir Henry Clinton, and His Lordship : As Also Intercepted Letters From General Washington. London : New York: Printed ; Re-printed by Sower, Morton, and Horner ... and by Messs. Berry and Rogers, 1783.

MLA Citation

Themistocles, pseud. A Reply to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative: Wherein His Numberous Errors Are Pointed Out, and the Conduct of Lord Cornwallis Fully Vindicated From All Aspersion : Including the Whole of the Public and Secret Correspondence, between Lord George Germain, Sir Henry Clinton, and His Lordship : As Also Intercepted Letters From General Washington. London : New York: Printed ; Re-printed by Sower, Morton, and Horner ... and by Messs. Berry and Rogers, 1783.

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