APA Citation

Clarke, G. (1677). A treatise of wool and cattel: In a letter written to a friend, occasion'd upon a discourse concerning the great abatements of rents and low value of lands : wherein is shewed how their worth and value may be advanced by the improvement of the manufacture of our English wool, and the spending of our cattel, and is farther proved, that cloathing and hospitality tend to the support of the honour, wealth, and strength of our English nation. London: Printed by J.C. for Will. Crook ....

Chicago Style Citation

Clarke, George. A Treatise of Wool and Cattel: In a Letter Written to a Friend, Occasion'd Upon a Discourse Concerning the Great Abatements of Rents and Low Value of Lands : Wherein Is Shewed How Their Worth and Value May Be Advanced By the Improvement of the Manufacture of Our English Wool, and the Spending of Our Cattel, and Is Farther Proved, That Cloathing and Hospitality Tend to the Support of the Honour, Wealth, and Strength of Our English Nation. London: Printed by J.C. for Will. Crook ..., 1677.

MLA Citation

Clarke, George. A Treatise of Wool and Cattel: In a Letter Written to a Friend, Occasion'd Upon a Discourse Concerning the Great Abatements of Rents and Low Value of Lands : Wherein Is Shewed How Their Worth and Value May Be Advanced By the Improvement of the Manufacture of Our English Wool, and the Spending of Our Cattel, and Is Farther Proved, That Cloathing and Hospitality Tend to the Support of the Honour, Wealth, and Strength of Our English Nation. London: Printed by J.C. for Will. Crook ..., 1677.

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