Franklin

MLA

The Distress'd Orphan; Or, Love In a Mad House: Shewing That She Was Left with a Great Fortune to the Care of an Uncle Who Would Have Married Her Contrary to Her Inclination, to His Own Son, and On Her Refusal to Comply, And-having Fixed Her Heart On a Colonel, She Was Sent to a Mad-house, Where She Continued Till Her Faithful Lover Sham'd Himself Mad, and by That Means Obtained Her Liberty. Interspersed with a Great Many Entertaining Letters. Written by Herself, After Her Happy Union with the Colonel. London: printed and sold by T. Sabine (no, 81,) Shoe Lane, 1790.

APA

(1790). The distress'd orphan; or, love in a mad house: shewing that she was left with a great fortune to the care of an uncle who would have married her contrary to her Inclination, to his own Son, and on her refusal to comply, and-having fixed her heart on a Colonel, she was sent to a Mad-House, where she continued till her faithful Lover sham'd himself mad, and by that means obtained her Liberty. Interspersed with a great many entertaining letters. Written by herself, after her happy union with the colonel. London: printed and sold by T. Sabine (no, 81,) Shoe Lane.

Chicago

The Distress'd Orphan; Or, Love In a Mad House: Shewing That She Was Left with a Great Fortune to the Care of an Uncle Who Would Have Married Her Contrary to Her Inclination, to His Own Son, and On Her Refusal to Comply, And-Having Fixed Her Heart On a Colonel, She Was Sent to a Mad-House, Where She Continued Till Her Faithful Lover Sham'd Himself Mad, and by That Means Obtained Her Liberty. Interspersed with a Great Many Entertaining Letters. Written by Herself, After Her Happy Union with the Colonel. London: printed and sold by T. Sabine (no, 81,) Shoe Lane, 1790.