APA (7th ed.) Citation

Holt, F. L., Wellington, A. W., & Grenville, W. W. G. (1828). A letter to His Grace the Duke of Wellington, first lord of the Treasury, &c. &c. in answer to Lord Grenville's Essay on the supposed advantages of the sinking fund: In four parts. I. Answer to the fallacies of Lord Grenville's argument. II. The efficacy of the sinking fund. III. Obligation to maintain it from public faith. IV. Necessity of a surplus fund. Printed for J. Hatchard.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Holt, Frances Ludlow, Arthur Wellesley Wellington, and William Wyndham Grenville Grenville. A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Wellington, First Lord of the Treasury, &c. &c. in Answer to Lord Grenville's Essay on the Supposed Advantages of the Sinking Fund: In Four Parts. I. Answer to the Fallacies of Lord Grenville's Argument. II. The Efficacy of the Sinking Fund. III. Obligation to Maintain It from Public Faith. IV. Necessity of a Surplus Fund. London: Printed for J. Hatchard, 1828.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Holt, Frances Ludlow, et al. A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Wellington, First Lord of the Treasury, &c. &c. in Answer to Lord Grenville's Essay on the Supposed Advantages of the Sinking Fund: In Four Parts. I. Answer to the Fallacies of Lord Grenville's Argument. II. The Efficacy of the Sinking Fund. III. Obligation to Maintain It from Public Faith. IV. Necessity of a Surplus Fund. Printed for J. Hatchard, 1828.


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