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MLA

Carey, Henry, T. B, and Henry Ward. Cupid and Hymen: a Voyage to the Isles of Love and Matrimony. Containing A Most Diverting Account of the Inhabitants of Those Two Vast and Populous Countries, Their Laws, Customs, and Government. Interspersed With Many Useful Directions and Cautions How to Avoid the Dangerous Precipices and Quicksands That These Islands Abound With, and Wherein So Many Thousands, Who Have Undertaken the Voyage, Have Miserably Perished. By the Facetious H. C. and T. B. To Which Are Added, a Map of the Island of Marriage; The Batchelor's Estimate of the Expences Attending a Married Life. The Married Man's Answer to It; None but Fools Marry, a Vindication of the Estimate; and a Boulster Lecture, &c. By Simon Single, Esq. The fourth edition. London: printed for S. Bladon, at No. 28, Pater-Noster Row, 1772.

APA

Carey, H., T. B, T. B, & Ward, H. (1772). Cupid and Hymen: a voyage to the isles of love and matrimony. Containing A most Diverting Account of the Inhabitants of those Two Vast and Populous Countries, their Laws, Customs, and Government. Interspersed With many useful Directions and Cautions how to avoid the dangerous Precipices and Quicksands that these Islands abound with, and wherein so many Thousands, who have undertaken the Voyage, have miserably perished. By the facetious H. C. and T. B. To which are added, a map of the island of marriage; The Batchelor's Estimate of the Expences attending a Married Life. The Married Man's Answer to it; None but Fools Marry, a Vindication of the Estimate; and a Boulster Lecture, &c. By Simon Single, Esq. The fourth edition. London: printed for S. Bladon, at No. 28, Pater-Noster Row.

Chicago

Carey, Henry, T. B, and Henry Ward. Cupid and Hymen: A Voyage to the Isles of Love and Matrimony. Containing A Most Diverting Account of the Inhabitants of Those Two Vast and Populous Countries, Their Laws, Customs, and Government. Interspersed With Many Useful Directions and Cautions How to Avoid the Dangerous Precipices and Quicksands That These Islands Abound With, and Wherein So Many Thousands, Who Have Undertaken the Voyage, Have Miserably Perished. By the Facetious H. C. and T. B. To Which Are Added, a Map of the Island of Marriage; The Batchelor's Estimate of the Expences Attending a Married Life. The Married Man's Answer to It; None but Fools Marry, a Vindication of the Estimate; and a Boulster Lecture, &c. By Simon Single, Esq;. The fourth edition. London: printed for S. Bladon, at No. 28, Pater-Noster Row, 1772.