APA Citation

(1697). A Letter to a member of the honourable House of Commons in answer to three queries: I. whether there is no other cause of our want of bullion and coin but the cliping of our money and the expence of the war, II. whether it is possible to manage the trade of the nation without a supply in specie equal to what we have lost, III. whether a forc'd credit can be an expedient under our present circumstances : with some other remarks in relation to our own and foreign manufacturies. London: Printed and are to be sold by E. Whitlock ....

Chicago Style Citation

A Letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons in Answer to Three Queries: I. Whether There Is No Other Cause of Our Want of Bullion and Coin but the Cliping of Our Money and the Expence of the War, II. Whether It Is Possible to Manage the Trade of the Nation Without a Supply in Specie Equal to What We Have Lost, III. Whether a Forc'd Credit Can Be an Expedient Under Our Present Circumstances : With Some Other Remarks in Relation to Our Own and Foreign Manufacturies. London: Printed and are to be sold by E. Whitlock ..., 1697.

MLA Citation

A Letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons in Answer to Three Queries: I. Whether There Is No Other Cause of Our Want of Bullion and Coin but the Cliping of Our Money and the Expence of the War, II. Whether It Is Possible to Manage the Trade of the Nation Without a Supply in Specie Equal to What We Have Lost, III. Whether a Forc'd Credit Can Be an Expedient Under Our Present Circumstances : With Some Other Remarks in Relation to Our Own and Foreign Manufacturies. London: Printed and are to be sold by E. Whitlock ..., 1697.

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