APA (7th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. (1709). A Deduction of the right and title of the crown of Great Britain, and therein of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Anne to all the streights, bays, seas, rivers, lakes, creeks, islands, shores, lands, territories and places whatsoever within Hudsons-Streights and Hudsons-Bay: And of the right and property of the Hudsons-Bay Company, derived from the imperial crown of Great Britain by letters patent of incorporation and a free grant of all the premisses from King Charles the Second, anno 1670. s.n..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. A Deduction of the Right and Title of the Crown of Great Britain, and Therein of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Anne to All the Streights, Bays, Seas, Rivers, Lakes, Creeks, Islands, Shores, Lands, Territories and Places Whatsoever Within Hudsons-Streights and Hudsons-Bay: And of the Right and Property of the Hudsons-Bay Company, Derived from the Imperial Crown of Great Britain by Letters Patent of Incorporation and a Free Grant of All the Premisses from King Charles the Second, Anno 1670. [London?: s.n., 1709.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. A Deduction of the Right and Title of the Crown of Great Britain, and Therein of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Anne to All the Streights, Bays, Seas, Rivers, Lakes, Creeks, Islands, Shores, Lands, Territories and Places Whatsoever Within Hudsons-Streights and Hudsons-Bay: And of the Right and Property of the Hudsons-Bay Company, Derived from the Imperial Crown of Great Britain by Letters Patent of Incorporation and a Free Grant of All the Premisses from King Charles the Second, Anno 1670. s.n., 1709.


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