Franklin

MLA

The Seaman's Log Book: Containing the Outlines of a Log Book, Properly Divided and Headed: with Columns for Hours, Knots, Half-knots, Courses, Winds, Lee-way, and Remarks. Well Adapted for the Purpose of Entering Every Day's Work with the Greatest Readiness, Being Calculated to Save Much Time and Trouble At Sea. America: Providence (Rhode-Island): Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book and stationary store, opposite the market; where may be had a variety of other books for seamen, charts, andc., 1798.

APA

(1798). The Seaman's log book: containing the outlines of a log book, properly divided and headed: with columns for hours, knots, half-knots, courses, winds, lee-way, and remarks. Well adapted for the purpose of entering every day's work with the greatest readiness, being calculated to save much time and trouble at sea. America: Providence (Rhode-Island): Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book and stationary store, opposite the market; where may be had a variety of other books for seamen, charts, andc.

Chicago

The Seaman's Log Book: Containing the Outlines of a Log Book, Properly Divided and Headed: with Columns for Hours, Knots, Half-Knots, Courses, Winds, Lee-Way, and Remarks. Well Adapted for the Purpose of Entering Every Day's Work with the Greatest Readiness, Being Calculated to Save Much Time and Trouble At Sea. America: Providence (Rhode-Island): Printed by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book and stationary store, opposite the market; where may be had a variety of other books for seamen, charts, andc., 1798.