APA Citation

Sinclair, J. (1799). Thoughts on circulation and paper currency: With some observations on the means of preventing the distresses, to which the mercantile interest is so frequently exposed, from the scarcity of money, and of rendering the tax on income, less burdensome to individuals and more productive to the exchequer. [Scotland: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Sinclair, John. Thoughts On Circulation and Paper Currency: With Some Observations On the Means of Preventing the Distresses, to Which the Mercantile Interest Is so Frequently Exposed, From the Scarcity of Money, and of Rendering the Tax On Income, Less Burdensome to Individuals and More Productive to the Exchequer. [Scotland: s.n., 1799.

MLA Citation

Sinclair, John. Thoughts On Circulation and Paper Currency: With Some Observations On the Means of Preventing the Distresses, to Which the Mercantile Interest Is so Frequently Exposed, From the Scarcity of Money, and of Rendering the Tax On Income, Less Burdensome to Individuals and More Productive to the Exchequer. [Scotland: s.n., 1799.

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