Franklin

MLA

English gentleman of very good account. Extremities Vrging the Lord General Sir Fra. Veare to Offer the Late Anti-parle with the Arch-duke Albertus. Written by an English Gentleman of Very Good Account From Ostend, to a Worshipfull Gentleman His Friend Here In England: Imprinted Verbatim According to the Originall. With a Declaration of the Desperate Attempt Made Since, by the Sayd Arch-dukes Forces, for the Winning of the Olde Towne. .

APA

English gentleman of very good account, E. gentleman of very good account. Extremities vrging the Lord General Sir Fra. Veare to offer the late anti-parle with the Arch-duke Albertus. Written by an English gentleman of very good account from Ostend, to a worshipfull gentleman his friend here in England: imprinted verbatim according to the originall. With a declaration of the desperate attempt made since, by the sayd Arch-dukes forces, for the winning of the olde towne. .

Chicago

English gentleman of very good account. Extremities Vrging the Lord General Sir Fra. Veare to Offer the Late Anti-Parle with the Arch-Duke Albertus. Written by an English Gentleman of Very Good Account From Ostend, to a Worshipfull Gentleman His Friend Here In England: Imprinted Verbatim According to the Originall. With a Declaration of the Desperate Attempt Made Since, by the Sayd Arch-Dukes Forces, for the Winning of the Olde Towne.