APA Citation

Benson, W. (1711). A letter to Sir Jacob Bankes: By birth a Swede, ... concerning the late Minehead doctrine, which was establish'd by a certain free Parliament of Sweden, to the utter enslaving of that kingdom. By William Benson, Esq (The tenth edition.). London: printed for E. Sanger; and sold by A. Baldwin.

Chicago Style Citation

Benson, William. A Letter to Sir Jacob Bankes: By Birth a Swede, ... Concerning the Late Minehead Doctrine, Which Was Establish'd By a Certain Free Parliament of Sweden, to the Utter Enslaving of That Kingdom. By William Benson, Esq. The tenth edition. London: printed for E. Sanger; and sold by A. Baldwin, 1711.

MLA Citation

Benson, William. A Letter to Sir Jacob Bankes: By Birth a Swede, ... Concerning the Late Minehead Doctrine, Which Was Establish'd By a Certain Free Parliament of Sweden, to the Utter Enslaving of That Kingdom. By William Benson, Esq. The tenth edition. London: printed for E. Sanger; and sold by A. Baldwin, 1711.

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