APA Citation

Blunt, J. (1711). A scheme for raising two millions upon standing orders in the Exchequer: Payable in course out of a fund of 186,670 l. per ann. for thirty two years, with a certain increase of principal and interest, according to several classes, in the same manner as was propos'd for raising 1,500,000 l. : and in this schene [sic] there are 857 premiums or prizes, which make about one premium or prize in every 22 tickets or receipts. [London: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Blunt, John. A Scheme for Raising Two Millions Upon Standing Orders in the Exchequer: Payable in Course Out of a Fund of 186,670 L. Per Ann. for Thirty Two Years, With a Certain Increase of Principal and Interest, According to Several Classes, in the Same Manner As Was Propos'd for Raising 1,500,000 L. : And in This Schene [sic] There Are 857 Premiums or Prizes, Which Make About One Premium or Prize in Every 22 Tickets or Receipts. [London: s.n., 1711.

MLA Citation

Blunt, John. A Scheme for Raising Two Millions Upon Standing Orders in the Exchequer: Payable in Course Out of a Fund of 186,670 L. Per Ann. for Thirty Two Years, With a Certain Increase of Principal and Interest, According to Several Classes, in the Same Manner As Was Propos'd for Raising 1,500,000 L. : And in This Schene [sic] There Are 857 Premiums or Prizes, Which Make About One Premium or Prize in Every 22 Tickets or Receipts. [London: s.n., 1711.

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