Franklin

MLA

A True and Lamentable Relation of the Most Desperate Death of James Parnel, Quaker, Who Wilfully Starved Himselfe In the Prison of Colchester. : Together with the Attestation of the Chief Majestrates of the Town, and the Coroner, Signed with Their Owne Hands, and by Them Desired to Be Made Publique. As Also His Blasphemous Letter to Doctor Glisson of the Same Town: and His Answer Returned Thereunto. An Example of Admonition to Those of His Own Faction, and May Serve for Horrour to All That Shall Peruse It. .

APA

A True and lamentable relation of the most desperate death of James Parnel, Quaker, who wilfully starved himselfe in the prison of Colchester. : Together with the attestation of the chief majestrates of the town, and the coroner, signed with their owne hands, and by them desired to be made publique. As also his blasphemous letter to Doctor Glisson of the same town: and his answer returned thereunto. An example of admonition to those of his own faction, and may serve for horrour to all that shall peruse it. .

Chicago

A True and Lamentable Relation of the Most Desperate Death of James Parnel, Quaker, Who Wilfully Starved Himselfe In the Prison of Colchester.: Together with the Attestation of the Chief Majestrates of the Town, and the Coroner, Signed with Their Owne Hands, and by Them Desired to Be Made Publique. As Also His Blasphemous Letter to Doctor Glisson of the Same Town: and His Answer Returned Thereunto. An Example of Admonition to Those of His Own Faction, and May Serve for Horrour to All That Shall Peruse it.