APA Citation

Adamson, H. (1644). Sea-coale, char-coale, and small-coale, or, A discourse betweene a New-Castle collier, a small-coale-man, and a collier of Croydon: Concerning the prohibition of trade with New-Castle and the fearfull complaint of the poore of the citie of London for the inhancing the price of sea-coales. London: Printed for Hugh Adamson.

Chicago Style Citation

Adamson, Hugh. Sea-coale, Char-coale, and Small-coale, Or, A Discourse Betweene a New-Castle Collier, a Small-coale-man, and a Collier of Croydon: Concerning the Prohibition of Trade With New-Castle and the Fearfull Complaint of the Poore of the Citie of London for the Inhancing the Price of Sea-coales. London: Printed for Hugh Adamson, 1644.

MLA Citation

Adamson, Hugh. Sea-coale, Char-coale, and Small-coale, Or, A Discourse Betweene a New-Castle Collier, a Small-coale-man, and a Collier of Croydon: Concerning the Prohibition of Trade With New-Castle and the Fearfull Complaint of the Poore of the Citie of London for the Inhancing the Price of Sea-coales. London: Printed for Hugh Adamson, 1644.

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