APA (7th ed.) Citation

Evelyn, J. (1674). Navigation and commerce: Their original and progress : containing a succinct account of traffick in general, its benefits and improvements, of discoveries, wars and conflicts at sea, from the original of navigation to this day, with special regard, to the English nation, their several voyages and expeditions, to the beginning of our late differences with Holland, in which His Majesties title to the dominion of the sea is asserted, against the novel, and later pretenders. Printed by T.R. for Benj. Tooke ....

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Evelyn, John. Navigation and Commerce: Their Original and Progress : Containing a Succinct Account of Traffick in General, Its Benefits and Improvements, of Discoveries, Wars and Conflicts at Sea, from the Original of Navigation to This Day, with Special Regard, to the English Nation, Their Several Voyages and Expeditions, to the Beginning of Our Late Differences with Holland, in Which His Majesties Title to the Dominion of the Sea Is Asserted, Against the Novel, and Later Pretenders. London: Printed by T.R. for Benj. Tooke ..., 1674.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Evelyn, John. Navigation and Commerce: Their Original and Progress : Containing a Succinct Account of Traffick in General, Its Benefits and Improvements, of Discoveries, Wars and Conflicts at Sea, from the Original of Navigation to This Day, with Special Regard, to the English Nation, Their Several Voyages and Expeditions, to the Beginning of Our Late Differences with Holland, in Which His Majesties Title to the Dominion of the Sea Is Asserted, Against the Novel, and Later Pretenders. Printed by T.R. for Benj. Tooke ..., 1674.


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