APA Citation

Potter, I. (1824). Life and remarkable adventures of Israel R. Potter, (a native of Cranston, Rhode-Island,) who was a soldier in the American revolution ... after which he was taken prisoner by the British, conveyed to England, where for 30 years he obtained a livelihood ... by crying "Old chairs to mend". Providence [RI]: Printed by J. Howard, for I.R. Potter.

Chicago Style Citation

Potter, Israel. Life and Remarkable Adventures of Israel R. Potter, (a Native of Cranston, Rhode-Island,) Who Was a Soldier in the American Revolution ... After Which He Was Taken Prisoner By the British, Conveyed to England, Where for 30 Years He Obtained a Livelihood ... By Crying "Old Chairs to Mend". Providence [RI]: Printed by J. Howard, for I.R. Potter, 1824.

MLA Citation

Potter, Israel. Life and Remarkable Adventures of Israel R. Potter, (a Native of Cranston, Rhode-Island,) Who Was a Soldier in the American Revolution ... After Which He Was Taken Prisoner By the British, Conveyed to England, Where for 30 Years He Obtained a Livelihood ... By Crying "Old Chairs to Mend". Providence [RI]: Printed by J. Howard, for I.R. Potter, 1824.

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