APA Citation

Martin, L., Deye, T. C., & Oswald, E. (1788). The genuine information, delivered to the legislature of the state of Maryland, relative to the proceedings of the General Convention, lately held at Philadelphia : by Luther Martin, Esquire, attorney-general of Maryland, and one of the delegates in the said convention. Together with a letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, speaker of the House of Delegates, an address to the citizens of the United States, and some remarks relative to a standing army, and a bill of rights. [One line in Latin from Horace]: By Luther Martin, Esquire, attorney-general of Maryland, and one of the delegates in the said convention. Together with a letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, speaker of the House of Delegates, an address to the citizens of the United States, and some remarks relative to a standing army, and a bill of rights. [One line in Latin from Horace]. Philadelphia: Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House.

Chicago Style Citation

Martin, Luther, Thomas Cockey Deye, and Eleazer Oswald. The Genuine Information, Delivered to the Legislature of the State of Maryland, Relative to the Proceedings of the General Convention, Lately Held At Philadelphia : By Luther Martin, Esquire, Attorney-general of Maryland, and One of the Delegates in the Said Convention. Together With a Letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, Speaker of the House of Delegates, an Address to the Citizens of the United States, and Some Remarks Relative to a Standing Army, and a Bill of Rights. [One Line in Latin From Horace]: By Luther Martin, Esquire, Attorney-general of Maryland, and One of the Delegates in the Said Convention. Together With a Letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, Speaker of the House of Delegates, an Address to the Citizens of the United States, and Some Remarks Relative to a Standing Army, and a Bill of Rights. [One Line in Latin From Horace]. Philadelphia: Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House, 1788.

MLA Citation

Martin, Luther, Thomas Cockey Deye, and Eleazer Oswald. The Genuine Information, Delivered to the Legislature of the State of Maryland, Relative to the Proceedings of the General Convention, Lately Held At Philadelphia : By Luther Martin, Esquire, Attorney-general of Maryland, and One of the Delegates in the Said Convention. Together With a Letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, Speaker of the House of Delegates, an Address to the Citizens of the United States, and Some Remarks Relative to a Standing Army, and a Bill of Rights. [One Line in Latin From Horace]: By Luther Martin, Esquire, Attorney-general of Maryland, and One of the Delegates in the Said Convention. Together With a Letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, Speaker of the House of Delegates, an Address to the Citizens of the United States, and Some Remarks Relative to a Standing Army, and a Bill of Rights. [One Line in Latin From Horace]. Philadelphia: Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House, 1788.

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