APA Citation

Stanton, P. (1777). A brief historical view, of the several cases and trials that have subsisted between Mr. Adam Babcock, merchant, at New-Haven, in the colony of Connecticut, and Phineas Stanton, Junior, of Stonington, in said colony: With the substance of the most essential paragraphs in the evidences used in said trials ; and some remarks on the whole, --wrote for the perusal of the friends of justice and liberty. Norwich [Conn.]: Printed by John Trumbull, for the author.

Chicago Style Citation

Stanton, Phineas. A Brief Historical View, of the Several Cases and Trials That Have Subsisted between Mr. Adam Babcock, Merchant, At New-Haven, in the Colony of Connecticut, and Phineas Stanton, Junior, of Stonington, in Said Colony: With the Substance of the Most Essential Paragraphs in the Evidences Used in Said Trials ; and Some Remarks On the Whole, --wrote for the Perusal of the Friends of Justice and Liberty. Norwich [Conn.]: Printed by John Trumbull, for the author, 1777.

MLA Citation

Stanton, Phineas. A Brief Historical View, of the Several Cases and Trials That Have Subsisted between Mr. Adam Babcock, Merchant, At New-Haven, in the Colony of Connecticut, and Phineas Stanton, Junior, of Stonington, in Said Colony: With the Substance of the Most Essential Paragraphs in the Evidences Used in Said Trials ; and Some Remarks On the Whole, --wrote for the Perusal of the Friends of Justice and Liberty. Norwich [Conn.]: Printed by John Trumbull, for the author, 1777.

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