Franklin

MLA

Student of the Inner-Temple. The Case of Mr. Richard Noble Impartially Consider'd: Abstractly From the Man, Or Crime, but Meerly As to the Law, In Relation to the Motion by Him Made, On Monday the Sixteenth Day of March, 1712, At Kingston Assizes, In Arrest of Judgment: And the Reason Given for Over-ruling the Same Contined. By a Student of the Inner-temple. London: printed, and are to be sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall and Jer. Milner, Bookseller, at Lincolns-Inn Back-Gate, 1713.

APA

Student of the Inner-Temple, S. of the Inner-Temple. (1713). The case of Mr. Richard Noble impartially consider'd: Abstractly from the Man, or Crime, but Meerly as to the Law, in relation to the Motion by him made, on Monday the Sixteenth Day of March, 1712, at Kingston Assizes, in Arrest of Judgment: And the Reason given for Over-Ruling the same Contined. By a Student of the Inner-Temple. London: printed, and are to be sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall and Jer. Milner, Bookseller, at Lincolns-Inn Back-Gate.

Chicago

Student of the Inner-Temple. The Case of Mr. Richard Noble Impartially Consider'd: Abstractly From the Man, Or Crime, but Meerly As to the Law, In Relation to the Motion by Him Made, On Monday the Sixteenth Day of March, 1712, At Kingston Assizes, In Arrest of Judgment: And the Reason Given for Over-Ruling the Same Contined. By a Student of the Inner-Temple.. London: printed, and are to be sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall and Jer. Milner, Bookseller, at Lincolns-Inn Back-Gate, 1713.