Franklin

MLA

Watson, John F. Calamity At Richmond : Being a Narrative of the Affecting Circumstances Attending the Awful Conflagration of the Theatre, In the City of Richmond, On the Night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811 : By Which, More Than Seventy of Its Valuable Citizens Suddenly Lost Their Lives, and Many Others Were Greatly Injured and Maimed : Collected From Various Letters, Publications, and Official Reports, and Accompanied with a Preface, Containing Appropriate Reflections, Calculated to Awaken the Attention of the Public, to the Frequency of the Destruction of Theatrical Edifices. Philadelphia: Published and sold by John F. Watson, south-west corner of Third and Chesnut-Streets, 1812.

APA

Watson, J. F. (1812). Calamity at Richmond : being a narrative of the affecting circumstances attending the awful conflagration of the theatre, in the city of Richmond, on the night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811 : By which, more than seventy of its valuable citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others were greatly injured and maimed : Collected from various letters, publications, and official reports, and accompanied with a preface, containing appropriate reflections, calculated to awaken the attention of the public, to the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices. Philadelphia: Published and sold by John F. Watson, south-west corner of Third and Chesnut-Streets.

Chicago

Watson, John F. Calamity At Richmond: Being a Narrative of the Affecting Circumstances Attending the Awful Conflagration of the Theatre, In the City of Richmond, On the Night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811 : By Which, More Than Seventy of Its Valuable Citizens Suddenly Lost Their Lives, and Many Others Were Greatly Injured and Maimed : Collected From Various Letters, Publications, and Official Reports, and Accompanied with a Preface, Containing Appropriate Reflections, Calculated to Awaken the Attention of the Public, to the Frequency of the Destruction of Theatrical Edifices. Philadelphia: Published and sold by John F. Watson, south-west corner of Third and Chesnut-Streets, 1812.