APA Citation

(1664). A description of Tangier: The country and people adjoyning : with an account of the person and government of Gayland, the present Usurper of the kingdoms of Fez : and a short narrative of the proceedings of the English in those parts : whereunto is added the copy of a letter from the King of Fez to the King of England, for assistance against his rebellious subjects; and another from Gayland to his Sacred Majesty Charles the Second : with divers letters and passages worthy of note. London: Printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow in Fleetstreet, near the Inner Temple-Gate.

Chicago Style Citation

A Description of Tangier: The Country and People Adjoyning : With an Account of the Person and Government of Gayland, the Present Usurper of the Kingdoms of Fez : And a Short Narrative of the Proceedings of the English in Those Parts : Whereunto Is Added the Copy of a Letter From the King of Fez to the King of England, for Assistance against His Rebellious Subjects; and Another From Gayland to His Sacred Majesty Charles the Second : With Divers Letters and Passages Worthy of Note. London: Printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow in Fleetstreet, near the Inner Temple-Gate, 1664.

MLA Citation

A Description of Tangier: The Country and People Adjoyning : With an Account of the Person and Government of Gayland, the Present Usurper of the Kingdoms of Fez : And a Short Narrative of the Proceedings of the English in Those Parts : Whereunto Is Added the Copy of a Letter From the King of Fez to the King of England, for Assistance against His Rebellious Subjects; and Another From Gayland to His Sacred Majesty Charles the Second : With Divers Letters and Passages Worthy of Note. London: Printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow in Fleetstreet, near the Inner Temple-Gate, 1664.

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