APA Citation

Country-gentleman. (1762). A full exposition of a pamphlet entitled: Observations on the papers relative to the rupture with Spain. In which, The Charge with respect to a criminal Concealment of those Papers is refuted, - the Unreasonableness of such a Rupture at the Time of Mr. Pitt's Resignation demonstrated, - and the pretended Procrastination of that Measure vindicated. In An Answer from the Country-Gentleman, to the Member of Parliament's Letter. London: printed for J. Williams, the Corner of the Mitre Tavern, in Fleet-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Country-gentleman. A Full Exposition of a Pamphlet Entitled: Observations On the Papers Relative to the Rupture With Spain. In Which, The Charge With Respect to a Criminal Concealment of Those Papers Is Refuted, - the Unreasonableness of Such a Rupture At the Time of Mr. Pitt's Resignation Demonstrated, - and the Pretended Procrastination of That Measure Vindicated. In An Answer From the Country-Gentleman, to the Member of Parliament's Letter. London: printed for J. Williams, the Corner of the Mitre Tavern, in Fleet-Street, 1762.

MLA Citation

Country-gentleman. A Full Exposition of a Pamphlet Entitled: Observations On the Papers Relative to the Rupture With Spain. In Which, The Charge With Respect to a Criminal Concealment of Those Papers Is Refuted, - the Unreasonableness of Such a Rupture At the Time of Mr. Pitt's Resignation Demonstrated, - and the Pretended Procrastination of That Measure Vindicated. In An Answer From the Country-Gentleman, to the Member of Parliament's Letter. London: printed for J. Williams, the Corner of the Mitre Tavern, in Fleet-Street, 1762.

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