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APA Citation

Humphreys, Daniel.  (1801).  The inquirer, being an examination of the question lately agitated, respecting the legitimate powers of government whether they extend to the care of religion, and warrant making and enforcing laws for the purpose of establishing, supporting, or encouraging the Christian religion. In six numbers, with a supplement on the prevalence of infidelity ... concluding with a singular, original letter, written by a friend, briefly stating what that religion is not, and what it is.

MLA Citation

Humphreys, Daniel.  The inquirer, being an examination of the question lately agitated, respecting the legitimate powers of government [microform] : whether they extend to the care of religion, and warrant making and enforcing laws for the purpose of establishing, supporting, or encouraging the Christian religion. In six numbers, with a supplement on the prevalence of infidelity ... concluding with a singular, original letter, written by a friend, briefly stating what that religion is not, and what it is / by Daniel Humphreys  Boston  1801

Australian/Harvard Citation

Humphreys, Daniel.  1801,  The inquirer, being an examination of the question lately agitated, respecting the legitimate powers of government [microform] : whether they extend to the care of religion, and warrant making and enforcing laws for the purpose of establishing, supporting, or encouraging the Christian religion. In six numbers, with a supplement on the prevalence of infidelity ... concluding with a singular, original letter, written by a friend, briefly stating what that religion is not, and what it is / by Daniel Humphreys  Boston

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