Franklin

MLA

Whitelock, Methuselah. The Peace-offering: an Essay, Shewing the Cession of Hanover to Be the Only Probable Means for Extinguishing the Present Rebellion, Without Farther Bloodshed, and for Securing These Nations, for Ever, From Rebellions and Invasions In Favour of the Pretender Or His Descendents. And Likewise for Lessening Our Taxes and Expence, Paying Off Our Debts, Improving Trade, Getting Rid of a Standing Army, Securing Our Religion and Liberties, Rooting Up Public Corruption, and for Confining All Future Ministers to the Pursuit of an English Interest Only. A Late Speech Spoken Before the Most Venerable Society In the Nation, by Methuselah Whitelock, Esq. London: printed for L. Raymond, and sold by A. Moore near St. Paul's, 1746.

APA

Whitelock, M. (1746). The peace-Offering: an essay, shewing the cession of Hanover to be the only probable means for extinguishing the present rebellion, without farther bloodshed, and for securing these Nations, for ever, from Rebellions and Invasions in favour of the Pretender or his Descendents. And likewise for Lessening our Taxes and Expence, paying off our Debts, improving Trade, getting rid of a Standing Army, securing our Religion and Liberties, rooting up public Corruption, and for confining all future Ministers to the Pursuit of an English Interest only. A late Speech spoken before the most Venerable Society in the Nation, by Methuselah Whitelock, Esq. London: printed for L. Raymond, and sold by A. Moore near St. Paul's.

Chicago

Whitelock, Methuselah. The Peace-Offering: an Essay, Shewing the Cession of Hanover to Be the Only Probable Means for Extinguishing the Present Rebellion, without Farther Bloodshed, and for Securing These Nations, for Ever, From Rebellions and Invasions In Favour of the Pretender Or His Descendents. And Likewise for Lessening Our Taxes and Expence, Paying Off Our Debts, Improving Trade, Getting Rid of a Standing Army, Securing Our Religion and Liberties, Rooting Up Public Corruption, and for Confining All Future Ministers to the Pursuit of an English Interest Only. A Late Speech Spoken before the Most Venerable Society In the Nation, by Methuselah Whitelock, Esq. London: printed for L. Raymond, and sold by A. Moore near St. Paul's, 1746.