Franklin

MLA

The Roe-buck Procession: Containing an Account of the Several Effigies, Which the Loyal Society Intend to Burn In Cheapside On the Fifth of November. Describing the Order In Which They Are Now Plac'd, the Formality of Their Intended Procession; and the Verses to Be Said At Their Burning. To Which Is Prefix'd a Brief History of the Double Deliverance of These Nations On That Anniversary. And Some Reasons In Vindication of the Loyal Society Against Certain Objections. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, J. Harrison at the Royal Exchange; and may be had at the Roe-Buck and Sun in Bow-Lane, near Cheapside, 1718.

APA

(1718). The roe-Buck procession: containing an account of the several effigies, which the Loyal Society intend to burn in Cheapside on the fifth of November. Describing the order in which they are now plac'd, the Formality of their intended Procession; and the verses to be said at their Burning. To which is prefix'd a brief history of the double deliverance of these nations on that anniversary. And some reasons In Vindication of the Loyal Society against certain Objections. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, J. Harrison at the Royal Exchange; and may be had at the Roe-Buck and Sun in Bow-Lane, near Cheapside.

Chicago

The Roe-Buck Procession: Containing an Account of the Several Effigies, Which the Loyal Society Intend to Burn In Cheapside On the Fifth of November. Describing the Order In Which They Are Now Plac'd, the Formality of Their Intended Procession; and the Verses to Be Said At Their Burning. To Which Is Prefix'd a Brief History of the Double Deliverance of These Nations On That Anniversary. And Some Reasons In Vindication of the Loyal Society Against Certain Objections. London: printed for J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, J. Harrison at the Royal Exchange; and may be had at the Roe-Buck and Sun in Bow-Lane, near Cheapside, 1718.