Franklin

MLA

Mr. Fitz-harris (now Prisoner In the Tower) His Case Truly Stated; : Humbly Offered to the Free-holders of England, Why He Ought to Be Tried by a Jury of His Neighbours, and Not by the House of Peers; In a Letter to Mr. C.l.c F.s. and B.h. Greeting. .

APA

Mr. Fitz-Harris (now prisoner in the Tower) his case truly stated; : humbly offered to the free-holders of England, why he ought to be tried by a jury of his neighbours, and not by the House of Peers; in a letter to Mr. C.L.C F.S. and B.H. greeting. .

Chicago

Mr. Fitz-Harris (now Prisoner In the Tower) His Case Truly Stated;: Humbly Offered to the Free-Holders of England, Why He Ought to Be Tried by a Jury of His Neighbours, and Not by the House of Peers; In a Letter to Mr. C.L.C F.S. and B.H. Greeting.