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Inchiquin the Jesuit's letters, during a late residence in the United States of America :
being a fragment of a private correspondence, accidentally discovered in Europe, containing a favorable view of the manners, literature, and state of society of the United States, and a refutation of many of the aspersions cast upon this country by former residents and tourists /
by some unknown foreigner.

APA Citation

Ingersoll, C. Jared. (1810). Inchiquin the Jesuit's letters, during a late residence in the United States of America: being a fragment of a private correspondence, accidentally discovered in Europe, containing a favorable view of the manners, literature, and state of society of the United States, and a refutation of many of the aspersions cast upon this country by former residents and tourists. New York: I. Riley.

MLA Citation

Ingersoll, Charles Jared, 1782-1862. Inchiquin the Jesuit's Letters, During a Late Residence In the United States of America: Being a Fragment of a Private Correspondence, Accidentally Discovered In Europe, Containing a Favorable View of the Manners, Literature, And State of Society of the United States, And a Refutation of Many of the Aspersions Cast Upon This Country by Former Residents And Tourists. New York: I. Riley, 1810.

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