APA Citation

(1807). The post chaise companion: Or, Traveller's directory through Ireland. Containing a new & accurate description of the direct and principal cross roads, with particulars of the noblemen & gentlemen's seats, cities, towns, parks, natural curiosities, antiquities, castles, ruins, manufactures, loughs, glens, harbours &c &c. Forming an historical & descriptive account of the kingdom. To which is added, a travelling dictionary, or alphabetical tables. Dublin: J. Fleming.

Chicago Style Citation

The Post Chaise Companion: Or, Traveller's Directory Through Ireland. Containing a New & Accurate Description of the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, With Particulars of the Noblemen & Gentlemen's Seats, Cities, Towns, Parks, Natural Curiosities, Antiquities, Castles, Ruins, Manufactures, Loughs, Glens, Harbours &c &c. Forming an Historical & Descriptive Account of the Kingdom. To Which Is Added, a Travelling Dictionary, or Alphabetical Tables. Dublin: J. Fleming, 1807.

MLA Citation

The Post Chaise Companion: Or, Traveller's Directory Through Ireland. Containing a New & Accurate Description of the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, With Particulars of the Noblemen & Gentlemen's Seats, Cities, Towns, Parks, Natural Curiosities, Antiquities, Castles, Ruins, Manufactures, Loughs, Glens, Harbours &c &c. Forming an Historical & Descriptive Account of the Kingdom. To Which Is Added, a Travelling Dictionary, or Alphabetical Tables. Dublin: J. Fleming, 1807.

VU Citation

"The post chaise companion: or, Traveller's directory through Ireland. Containing a new & accurate description of the direct and principal cross roads, with particulars of the noblemen & gentlemen's seats, cities, towns, parks, natural curiosities, antiquities, castles, ruins, manufactures, loughs, glens, harbours &c &c. Forming an historical & descriptive account of the kingdom. To which is added, a travelling dictionary, or alphabetical tables." Joseph McGarrity Books. Digital Library @ Villanova University. Date Accessed: 27 November 21, 12:54 PM.

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