APA Citation

Banks, H. (1826). The vindication of John Banks: Of Virginia, against four calumnies published by Judge Johnson, of Charleston, South-Carolina, and Doctor Charles Caldwell, of Lexington, Kentucky. Also, the vindication of General Henry Lee, of Virginia. With sketches and anecdotes of many revolutionary patriots and heroes. Frankfort [Ky.]: The author.

Chicago Style Citation

Banks, Henry. The Vindication of John Banks: Of Virginia, against Four Calumnies Published By Judge Johnson, of Charleston, South-Carolina, and Doctor Charles Caldwell, of Lexington, Kentucky. Also, the Vindication of General Henry Lee, of Virginia. With Sketches and Anecdotes of Many Revolutionary Patriots and Heroes. Frankfort [Ky.]: The author, 1826.

MLA Citation

Banks, Henry. The Vindication of John Banks: Of Virginia, against Four Calumnies Published By Judge Johnson, of Charleston, South-Carolina, and Doctor Charles Caldwell, of Lexington, Kentucky. Also, the Vindication of General Henry Lee, of Virginia. With Sketches and Anecdotes of Many Revolutionary Patriots and Heroes. Frankfort [Ky.]: The author, 1826.

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