APA Citation

Mackenzie, G. (1711). An idea of the modern eloquence of the bar. Together with a pleading out of every part of law. Written by Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Advocate to King Charles II. Translated into English. Edinburgh: printed by Mr. Robert Freebairn, and sold at his shop in the Parliament-Closs.

Chicago Style Citation

Mackenzie, George. An Idea of the Modern Eloquence of the Bar. Together With a Pleading Out of Every Part of Law. Written By Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Advocate to King Charles II. Translated Into English. Edinburgh: printed by Mr. Robert Freebairn, and sold at his shop in the Parliament-Closs, 1711.

MLA Citation

Mackenzie, George. An Idea of the Modern Eloquence of the Bar. Together With a Pleading Out of Every Part of Law. Written By Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, Advocate to King Charles II. Translated Into English. Edinburgh: printed by Mr. Robert Freebairn, and sold at his shop in the Parliament-Closs, 1711.

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