APA Citation

Person of Eminency. (1748). That which has been, may be: Or, the Dutch remonstrance concerning the late proceedings and practices in Holland. Fully proving, that the French, and the Dutch governors, have been only playing their old tricks over again. Drawn up by a person of Eminency, and printed at the Hague. Translated out of the Low Dutch. London: printed for W. Owen.

Chicago Style Citation

Person of Eminency. That Which Has Been, May Be: Or, the Dutch Remonstrance Concerning the Late Proceedings and Practices in Holland. Fully Proving, That the French, and the Dutch Governors, Have Been Only Playing Their Old Tricks Over Again. Drawn Up By a Person of Eminency, and Printed At the Hague. Translated Out of the Low Dutch. London: printed for W. Owen, 1748.

MLA Citation

Person of Eminency. That Which Has Been, May Be: Or, the Dutch Remonstrance Concerning the Late Proceedings and Practices in Holland. Fully Proving, That the French, and the Dutch Governors, Have Been Only Playing Their Old Tricks Over Again. Drawn Up By a Person of Eminency, and Printed At the Hague. Translated Out of the Low Dutch. London: printed for W. Owen, 1748.

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