APA (7th ed.) Citation

(1678). A true narrative of the late dreadful fire: Which happened near Limus in Ratcliff, on Wednesday last, being the eighteenth of this instant September, about five of the clock in the morning, and continued till four in the afternoon, and burnt down above forty houses ere it could be extinguished. With an account of two women which were burnt in their beds, and several others spoil'd and maim'd during this fatal conflagration. With allowance. Printed for D.M..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

A True Narrative of the Late Dreadful Fire: Which Happened Near Limus in Ratcliff, on Wednesday Last, Being the Eighteenth of This Instant September, About Five of the Clock in the Morning, and Continued Till Four in the Afternoon, and Burnt Down Above Forty Houses Ere It Could Be Extinguished. With an Account of Two Women Which Were Burnt in Their Beds, and Several Others Spoil'd and Maim'd During This Fatal Conflagration. With Allowance. London,: Printed for D.M., 1678.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

A True Narrative of the Late Dreadful Fire: Which Happened Near Limus in Ratcliff, on Wednesday Last, Being the Eighteenth of This Instant September, About Five of the Clock in the Morning, and Continued Till Four in the Afternoon, and Burnt Down Above Forty Houses Ere It Could Be Extinguished. With an Account of Two Women Which Were Burnt in Their Beds, and Several Others Spoil'd and Maim'd During This Fatal Conflagration. With Allowance. Printed for D.M., 1678.

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