APA Citation

Sackville, G. G., Southampton, C. F., & Smith, J. (1759). Lord George Sackville's vindication of himself: In a letter to Colonel Fitzroy, one of the aids de camp to Prince Ferdinand : with Colonel Fitzroy's answer, and the declaration of Captain Smith, one of the aids de camp to Lord George : containing a full and particular account of every thing that passed, relative to Lord George Sackville's conduct and behaviour at the battle of Thornhausen, on the first of August, 1759. London: Printed for R. Stevens.

Chicago Style Citation

Sackville, George Germain, Charles Fitzroy Southampton, and John Smith. Lord George Sackville's Vindication of Himself: In a Letter to Colonel Fitzroy, One of the Aids De Camp to Prince Ferdinand : With Colonel Fitzroy's Answer, and the Declaration of Captain Smith, One of the Aids De Camp to Lord George : Containing a Full and Particular Account of Every Thing That Passed, Relative to Lord George Sackville's Conduct and Behaviour At the Battle of Thornhausen, On the First of August, 1759. London: Printed for R. Stevens, 1759.

MLA Citation

Sackville, George Germain, Charles Fitzroy Southampton, and John Smith. Lord George Sackville's Vindication of Himself: In a Letter to Colonel Fitzroy, One of the Aids De Camp to Prince Ferdinand : With Colonel Fitzroy's Answer, and the Declaration of Captain Smith, One of the Aids De Camp to Lord George : Containing a Full and Particular Account of Every Thing That Passed, Relative to Lord George Sackville's Conduct and Behaviour At the Battle of Thornhausen, On the First of August, 1759. London: Printed for R. Stevens, 1759.

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