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MLA

Fearne, Charles, and Viscount Mountmorres of Castlemorres. The Public Advertiser. London: printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill, 1752.

APA

Fearne, C., & Mountmorres of Castlemorres, V. (1752). The Public advertiser. London: printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill.

Chicago

Fearne, Charles, and Viscount Mountmorres of Castlemorres. The Public Advertiser. London: printed by W[ells]. Egelsham at Mr. [Henry] Woodfall's, the corner of Ivy-Lane, Pater noster-Row, where advertisements of a moderate length are taken in at two shillings each: also at the Universal Register-Office, opposite Cecil-street in the Strand, and in Bishopsgate-street; by G. Woodfall, next Craig's Court, Charing-Cross; Mr. [John] Shuckburgh, between Temple Gate, in Fleet-street; and Mr. [James] Brackstone, at the Globe, in Cornhill, 1752.