APA Citation

Making of the Modern World. (1737). An argument upon the woollen manufacture of Great Britain: Plainly demonstrating, that Ireland must be speedily employed therein, as the only means to recover its decay, and to prevent its ruin. [Ireland?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Making of the Modern World. An Argument Upon the Woollen Manufacture of Great Britain: Plainly Demonstrating, That Ireland Must Be Speedily Employed Therein, As the Only Means to Recover Its Decay, and to Prevent Its Ruin. [Ireland?: s.n.], 1737.

MLA Citation

Making of the Modern World. An Argument Upon the Woollen Manufacture of Great Britain: Plainly Demonstrating, That Ireland Must Be Speedily Employed Therein, As the Only Means to Recover Its Decay, and to Prevent Its Ruin. [Ireland?: s.n.], 1737.

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