APA Citation

Hays, d. g. o. t. A. C. (1745). The importance of effectually supporting the Royal African Company of England impartially considered: Shewing, that a free and open trade to Africa, and the support and preservation of the British colonies and plantations in America, depend upon maintaining the forts and settlements, rights and privileges belonging to that corporation, against the encroachments of the French, and all other foreign rivals in that trade (The 2d ed.). London: Printed by E. Say, and sold by J. Roberts.

Chicago Style Citation

Hays, deputy governor of the African Company. The Importance of Effectually Supporting the Royal African Company of England Impartially Considered: Shewing, That a Free and Open Trade to Africa, and the Support and Preservation of the British Colonies and Plantations in America, Depend Upon Maintaining the Forts and Settlements, Rights and Privileges Belonging to That Corporation, against the Encroachments of the French, and All Other Foreign Rivals in That Trade. The 2d ed. London: Printed by E. Say, and sold by J. Roberts, 1745.

MLA Citation

Hays, deputy governor of the African Company. The Importance of Effectually Supporting the Royal African Company of England Impartially Considered: Shewing, That a Free and Open Trade to Africa, and the Support and Preservation of the British Colonies and Plantations in America, Depend Upon Maintaining the Forts and Settlements, Rights and Privileges Belonging to That Corporation, against the Encroachments of the French, and All Other Foreign Rivals in That Trade. The 2d ed. London: Printed by E. Say, and sold by J. Roberts, 1745.

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