APA Citation

Bindon, D. (1738). A letter from a merchant who has left off trade to a member of Parliament: In which the case of the British and Irish manufacture of linnen, threads, and tapes, is fairly stated, and all the objections against the encouragement proposed to be given to that manufacture fully answered. [England?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Bindon, David. A Letter From a Merchant Who Has Left Off Trade to a Member of Parliament: In Which the Case of the British and Irish Manufacture of Linnen, Threads, and Tapes, Is Fairly Stated, and All the Objections against the Encouragement Proposed to Be Given to That Manufacture Fully Answered. [England?: s.n.], 1738.

MLA Citation

Bindon, David. A Letter From a Merchant Who Has Left Off Trade to a Member of Parliament: In Which the Case of the British and Irish Manufacture of Linnen, Threads, and Tapes, Is Fairly Stated, and All the Objections against the Encouragement Proposed to Be Given to That Manufacture Fully Answered. [England?: s.n.], 1738.

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