APA Citation

(1767). The cries of blood, or juryman's monitor: Being an authentic and faithful narrative of the lives and melancholy deaths of several unhappy persons, who have been tried, convicted, and executed, for robberies and murder, of which they were intirely innocent. London: printed for J. Cooke.

Chicago Style Citation

The Cries of Blood, or Juryman's Monitor: Being an Authentic and Faithful Narrative of the Lives and Melancholy Deaths of Several Unhappy Persons, Who Have Been Tried, Convicted, and Executed, for Robberies and Murder, of Which They Were Intirely Innocent. London: printed for J. Cooke, 1767.

MLA Citation

The Cries of Blood, or Juryman's Monitor: Being an Authentic and Faithful Narrative of the Lives and Melancholy Deaths of Several Unhappy Persons, Who Have Been Tried, Convicted, and Executed, for Robberies and Murder, of Which They Were Intirely Innocent. London: printed for J. Cooke, 1767.

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