Franklin

MLA

Gentleman that was conversant with him abroad. The Life, Actions, and Amours, of Ferdinando, Marquiss of Palleotti: Lately Executed At Tyburn, for the Murther of His Servant: Wherein Are Contain'd, The True Origin of That Ancient and Illustrious Family, Highly Ennobled Both On His Father's and Mother's Side, (especially the Latter) and the Reasons Which Might Have Induced the Government, Had They So Thought Fit, to Have Changed the Execution of His Sentence Into a More Honourable Punishment. Written by a Gentleman That Was Conversant with Him Abroad, and During His Abode Here In England, and His Confinement In Newgate. London: printed, and sold by William Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-Noster-Row, and the rest of the booksellers, 1718.

APA

Gentleman that was conversant with him abroad, G. that was conversant with him abroad. (1718). The life, actions, and amours, of Ferdinando, Marquiss of Palleotti: lately executed at Tyburn, for the murther of his servant: Wherein are contain'd, The true Origin of that Ancient and Illustrious Family, highly ennobled both on his Father's and Mother's Side, (especially the latter) and the Reasons which might have induced the Government, had they so thought fit, to have changed the Execution of his Sentence into a more Honourable Punishment. Written by a gentleman that was conversant with him abroad, and during his abode here in England, and his Confinement in Newgate. London: printed, and sold by William Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-Noster-Row, and the rest of the booksellers.

Chicago

Gentleman that was conversant with him abroad The Life, Actions, and Amours, of Ferdinando, Marquiss of Palleotti: Lately Executed At Tyburn, for the Murther of His Servant: Wherein Are Contain'd, The True Origin of That Ancient and Illustrious Family, Highly Ennobled Both On His Father's and Mother's Side, (especially the Latter) and the Reasons Which Might Have Induced the Government, Had They So Thought Fit, to Have Changed the Execution of His Sentence Into a More Honourable Punishment. Written by a Gentleman That Was Conversant with Him Abroad, and During His Abode Here In England, and His Confinement In Newgate. London: printed, and sold by William Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-Noster-Row, and the rest of the booksellers, 1718.