APA Citation

Ahmed I, S. o. t. T. (1621). True copies of the insolent, cruell, barbarous, and blasphemous letter lately written by the Great Turke, for denouncing of warre against the King of Poland: And of the magnanimous, and most christian answere made by the said king thereunto. With a short preface, declaring the vniust cause on which this Turkish tyrant, and faithlesse enemy of Christendome, now layeth hold to inuade it. Published in print by authoritie, the 11. of Iune. 1621. London: Printed [by G. Purslowe] for William Lee: and are to be sold at his shop in fleetstreete, at the signe of the Golden Bucke, neere Sargeants Inne.

Chicago Style Citation

Ahmed I, Sultan of the Turks. True Copies of the Insolent, Cruell, Barbarous, and Blasphemous Letter Lately Written By the Great Turke, for Denouncing of Warre against the King of Poland: And of the Magnanimous, and Most Christian Answere Made By the Said King Thereunto. With a Short Preface, Declaring the Vniust Cause On Which This Turkish Tyrant, and Faithlesse Enemy of Christendome, Now Layeth Hold to Inuade It. Published in Print By Authoritie, the 11. of Iune. 1621. London: Printed [by G. Purslowe] for William Lee: and are to be sold at his shop in fleetstreete, at the signe of the Golden Bucke, neere Sargeants Inne, 1621.

MLA Citation

Ahmed I, Sultan of the Turks. True Copies of the Insolent, Cruell, Barbarous, and Blasphemous Letter Lately Written By the Great Turke, for Denouncing of Warre against the King of Poland: And of the Magnanimous, and Most Christian Answere Made By the Said King Thereunto. With a Short Preface, Declaring the Vniust Cause On Which This Turkish Tyrant, and Faithlesse Enemy of Christendome, Now Layeth Hold to Inuade It. Published in Print By Authoritie, the 11. of Iune. 1621. London: Printed [by G. Purslowe] for William Lee: and are to be sold at his shop in fleetstreete, at the signe of the Golden Bucke, neere Sargeants Inne, 1621.

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