Franklin

MLA

Lux, George. To the Electors of Baltimore County: During the Last Election, Mr. Charles Ridgely (of William) Publicly Avowed an Intention of Quitting His Seat In Assembly Next Fall ... In Consequence of Which, and In Compliance with a Respectable Application, I Then Consented to Expose Myself to the Calumny and Detraction Peculiarly Incident to the Situation, by Standing a Canditate [sic] At the Ensuing General Election. Baltimore:: Printed by William Goddard, in Market-Street., 1786.

APA

Lux, G. (1786). To the electors of Baltimore County: During the last election, Mr. Charles Ridgely (of William) publicly avowed an intention of quitting his seat in assembly next fall ... in consequence of which, and in compliance with a respectable application, I then consented to expose myself to the calumny and detraction peculiarly incident to the situation, by standing a canditate [sic] at the ensuing general election. Baltimore:: Printed by William Goddard, in Market-Street.

Chicago

Lux, George, To the Electors of Baltimore County: During the Last Election, Mr. Charles Ridgely (of William) Publicly Avowed an Intention of Quitting His Seat In Assembly Next Fall ... In Consequence of Which, and In Compliance with a Respectable Application, I Then Consented to Expose Myself to the Calumny and Detraction Peculiarly Incident to the Situation, by Standing a Canditate [sic] At the Ensuing General Election. Baltimore:: Printed by William Goddard, in Market-Street., 1786.