Franklin

MLA

Continental soldier. August 25, 1792. To the Electors of the State of New-jersey: Friends and Fellow Citizens, As the Time Draws Near for You to Elect Your Proportion of Representatives, I Beg Leave to Address You (among the Other Citizens of the United States) On a Subject, That Notwithstanding Is a Part for You to Act, Yet As the Respective States Are United In Congress, the Votes of the Member of One State Improperly Given, Operates to the Prejudice of the Whole. .. [United States: s.n., 1792.

APA

Continental soldier, C. soldier. (1792). August 25, 1792. To the electors of the state of New-Jersey: Friends and fellow citizens, As the time draws near for you to elect your proportion of representatives, I beg leave to address you (among the other citizens of the United States) on a subject, that notwithstanding is a part for you to act, yet as the respective states are united in Congress, the votes of the member of one state improperly given, operates to the prejudice of the whole. .. [United States: s.n.

Chicago

Continental soldier. August 25, 1792. To the Electors of the State of New-Jersey: Friends and Fellow Citizens, As the Time Draws Near for You to Elect Your Proportion of Representatives, I Beg Leave to Address You (among the Other Citizens of the United States) On a Subject, That Notwithstanding Is a Part for You to Act, Yet As the Respective States Are United In Congress, the Votes of the Member of One State Improperly Given, Operates to the Prejudice of the Whole. ... [United States: s.n., 1792.