Franklin

MLA

Sherlock, William. A Second Letter to a Friend, Concerning the French Invasion: In Which the Declaration Lately Dispersed Under the Title of His Maiesty's Most Gracious Declaration, to All His Loving Subjects, Commanding Their Assistance Against the P. of Orange and His Adherents, Is Entirely and Exactly Published, According to the Dispersed Copies; with Some Short Observations Upon It. Dublin: reprinted by Andrew Crook, and are to be sold by William Norman at Colledg-Green, Eliphal Dobson and Patrick Campbel at their shops in Castle-street, 1692.

APA

Sherlock, W. (1692). A second letter to a friend, concerning the French invasion: In which the declaration lately dispersed under the title of His Maiesty's most gracious declaration, to all his loving subjects, commanding their assistance against the P. of Orange and his adherents, is entirely and exactly published, according to the dispersed copies; with some short observations upon it. Dublin: reprinted by Andrew Crook, and are to be sold by William Norman at Colledg-Green, Eliphal Dobson and Patrick Campbel at their shops in Castle-street.

Chicago

Sherlock, William, A Second Letter to a Friend, Concerning the French Invasion: In Which the Declaration Lately Dispersed Under the Title of His Maiesty's Most Gracious Declaration, to All His Loving Subjects, Commanding Their Assistance Against the P. of Orange and His Adherents, Is Entirely and Exactly Published, According to the Dispersed Copies; with Some Short Observations Upon it. Dublin: reprinted by Andrew Crook, and are to be sold by William Norman at Colledg-Green, Eliphal Dobson and Patrick Campbel at their shops in Castle-street, 1692.