APA Citation

(1697). A New-years gift to impostors: or, The manifest of William the Third King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Delivered and dispersed at the French Court, &c. as an overture to the General Peace, proposed about the later end of the year 1693. and concluded in 1697. Faithfully done out of the original into English, and now published by a true friend to truth and justice, and consequently to his King and country. [London: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

A New-years Gift to Impostors: Or, The Manifest of William the Third King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Delivered and Dispersed At the French Court, &c. As an Overture to the General Peace, Proposed About the Later End of the Year 1693. and Concluded in 1697. Faithfully Done Out of the Original Into English, and Now Published By a True Friend to Truth and Justice, and Consequently to His King and Country. [London: s.n., 1697.

MLA Citation

A New-years Gift to Impostors: Or, The Manifest of William the Third King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: Delivered and Dispersed At the French Court, &c. As an Overture to the General Peace, Proposed About the Later End of the Year 1693. and Concluded in 1697. Faithfully Done Out of the Original Into English, and Now Published By a True Friend to Truth and Justice, and Consequently to His King and Country. [London: s.n., 1697.

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