APA (7th ed.) Citation

Retired pawnbroker. (1825). An examination of the present modes of granting temporary loans on pledges, by pawnbrokers, and of those proposed by the London Equitable Loan Bank Company: As far as they are calculated to affect the labouring poor, and trader and manufacturer, with small capitals ... with a few remarks ... by pawnbrokers and others, against the Equitable Loan Bank. E. Wilson.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Retired pawnbroker. An Examination of the Present Modes of Granting Temporary Loans on Pledges, by Pawnbrokers, and of Those Proposed by the London Equitable Loan Bank Company: As Far as They Are Calculated to Affect the Labouring Poor, and Trader and Manufacturer, with Small Capitals ... with a Few Remarks ... by Pawnbrokers and Others, Against the Equitable Loan Bank. London: E. Wilson, 1825.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Retired pawnbroker. An Examination of the Present Modes of Granting Temporary Loans on Pledges, by Pawnbrokers, and of Those Proposed by the London Equitable Loan Bank Company: As Far as They Are Calculated to Affect the Labouring Poor, and Trader and Manufacturer, with Small Capitals ... with a Few Remarks ... by Pawnbrokers and Others, Against the Equitable Loan Bank. E. Wilson, 1825.


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