APA (7th ed.) Citation

Foster, T., & Grey, C. G. (1831). A letter addressed to the Right Hon. the Earl Grey, First Lord of His Majesty's treasury, on the subject of our commercial laws: In as far as they relate to bankrupts and insolvents, for the purpose of showing that they are the sole cause of the present distressed state of our commerce and of that progressive demoralization which is so visible in almost all the trading classes of Great Britain. E. Wilson.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Foster, Thomas, and Charles Grey Grey. A Letter Addressed to the Right Hon. the Earl Grey, First Lord of His Majesty's Treasury, on the Subject of Our Commercial Laws: In as Far as They Relate to Bankrupts and Insolvents, for the Purpose of Showing That They Are the Sole Cause of the Present Distressed State of Our Commerce and of That Progressive Demoralization Which Is so Visible in Almost All the Trading Classes of Great Britain. London: E. Wilson, 1831.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Foster, Thomas, and Charles Grey Grey. A Letter Addressed to the Right Hon. the Earl Grey, First Lord of His Majesty's Treasury, on the Subject of Our Commercial Laws: In as Far as They Relate to Bankrupts and Insolvents, for the Purpose of Showing That They Are the Sole Cause of the Present Distressed State of Our Commerce and of That Progressive Demoralization Which Is so Visible in Almost All the Trading Classes of Great Britain. E. Wilson, 1831.


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