APA Citation

(1619). Newes out of Holland: concerning Barnevelt and his fellow-prisoners their conspiracy against their natiue country, with the enemies thereof: The oration and propositions made in their behalfe vnto the Generall States of the vnited Prouinces at the Hague, by the ambassadors of the French king. With their answere therevnto, largely and truely set downe: and certaine execrable articles and opinions, propounded by Adrian du Bourg, at the end. VVherevnto is adioyned a discourse, wherein the Duke D'Espernons revolt and pernicious deseignes are truely displayed, and reprehended, by one of his friends. London: Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Nathanael Newbery, and are to bee sould at his shop vnder S. Peters Church in Cornehill, and in Popes-head Alley at the signe of the Star.

Chicago Style Citation

Newes Out of Holland: Concerning Barnevelt and His Fellow-prisoners Their Conspiracy against Their Natiue Country, With the Enemies Thereof: The Oration and Propositions Made in Their Behalfe Vnto the Generall States of the Vnited Prouinces At the Hague, By the Ambassadors of the French King. With Their Answere Therevnto, Largely and Truely Set Downe: And Certaine Execrable Articles and Opinions, Propounded By Adrian Du Bourg, At the End. VVherevnto Is Adioyned a Discourse, Wherein the Duke D'Espernons Revolt and Pernicious Deseignes Are Truely Displayed, and Reprehended, By One of His Friends. London: Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Nathanael Newbery, and are to bee sould at his shop vnder S. Peters Church in Cornehill, and in Popes-head Alley at the signe of the Star, 1619.

MLA Citation

Newes Out of Holland: Concerning Barnevelt and His Fellow-prisoners Their Conspiracy against Their Natiue Country, With the Enemies Thereof: The Oration and Propositions Made in Their Behalfe Vnto the Generall States of the Vnited Prouinces At the Hague, By the Ambassadors of the French King. With Their Answere Therevnto, Largely and Truely Set Downe: And Certaine Execrable Articles and Opinions, Propounded By Adrian Du Bourg, At the End. VVherevnto Is Adioyned a Discourse, Wherein the Duke D'Espernons Revolt and Pernicious Deseignes Are Truely Displayed, and Reprehended, By One of His Friends. London: Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Nathanael Newbery, and are to bee sould at his shop vnder S. Peters Church in Cornehill, and in Popes-head Alley at the signe of the Star, 1619.

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