APA Citation

Hodges, W. (1699). Ruin to ruin after misery to misery: Being the distressed and ruined and perishing state of the loyal and faithful seamen of England, and wherein is laid down I. Their ruined state in several particulars ... IV. A proposal ... how they may be paid off all by May next ... Lastly, an humble supplication for the taking off some part of the act of Parliament concerning the poor, miserable seamens paying 6d. the month out of their wages. London: [s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Hodges, William. Ruin to Ruin After Misery to Misery: Being the Distressed and Ruined and Perishing State of the Loyal and Faithful Seamen of England, and Wherein Is Laid Down I. Their Ruined State in Several Particulars ... IV. A Proposal ... How They May Be Paid Off All By May Next ... Lastly, an Humble Supplication for the Taking Off Some Part of the Act of Parliament Concerning the Poor, Miserable Seamens Paying 6d. the Month Out of Their Wages. London: [s.n.], 1699.

MLA Citation

Hodges, William. Ruin to Ruin After Misery to Misery: Being the Distressed and Ruined and Perishing State of the Loyal and Faithful Seamen of England, and Wherein Is Laid Down I. Their Ruined State in Several Particulars ... IV. A Proposal ... How They May Be Paid Off All By May Next ... Lastly, an Humble Supplication for the Taking Off Some Part of the Act of Parliament Concerning the Poor, Miserable Seamens Paying 6d. the Month Out of Their Wages. London: [s.n.], 1699.

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