APA Citation

Braddon, L. (1717). The miseries of the poor are a national sin, shame, and charge: But by making them happy, we shall remove that guilt, raise the glory, and double the wealth and strength of Great Britain, and pay old debts without new taxes .. London: Printed for T. Warner ....

Chicago Style Citation

Braddon, Laurence. The Miseries of the Poor Are a National Sin, Shame, and Charge: But By Making Them Happy, We Shall Remove That Guilt, Raise the Glory, and Double the Wealth and Strength of Great Britain, and Pay Old Debts Without New Taxes .. London: Printed for T. Warner ..., 1717.

MLA Citation

Braddon, Laurence. The Miseries of the Poor Are a National Sin, Shame, and Charge: But By Making Them Happy, We Shall Remove That Guilt, Raise the Glory, and Double the Wealth and Strength of Great Britain, and Pay Old Debts Without New Taxes .. London: Printed for T. Warner ..., 1717.

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