APA Citation

Hope, W. (1687). The Scots fencing-master, or, Compleat small-sword-man: In which you have first, the defensive part ... secondly, the offensive part ... thirdly ... the parades and contraries ... fourthly, you have the way of keeping all the guards belonging to the small sword ... and last of all, you have some general rules to be observed ... : you have also figures representing some of the chiefest postures ... Edinburgh: Printed by John Reid.

Chicago Style Citation

Hope, William. The Scots Fencing-master, Or, Compleat Small-sword-man: In Which You Have First, the Defensive Part ... Secondly, the Offensive Part ... Thirdly ... the Parades and Contraries ... Fourthly, You Have the Way of Keeping All the Guards Belonging to the Small Sword ... and Last of All, You Have Some General Rules to Be Observed ... : You Have Also Figures Representing Some of the Chiefest Postures ... Edinburgh: Printed by John Reid, 1687.

MLA Citation

Hope, William. The Scots Fencing-master, Or, Compleat Small-sword-man: In Which You Have First, the Defensive Part ... Secondly, the Offensive Part ... Thirdly ... the Parades and Contraries ... Fourthly, You Have the Way of Keeping All the Guards Belonging to the Small Sword ... and Last of All, You Have Some General Rules to Be Observed ... : You Have Also Figures Representing Some of the Chiefest Postures ... Edinburgh: Printed by John Reid, 1687.

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