APA Citation

Shebbeare, J. (1756). An answer to a pamphlet call'd, The conduct of the ministry impartially examined: In which it is proved, that neither imbecillity nor ignorance in the M----r have been the causes of the present unhappy situation of this nation. London: Printed for M. Cooper.

Chicago Style Citation

Shebbeare, John. An Answer to a Pamphlet Call'd, The Conduct of the Ministry Impartially Examined: In Which It Is Proved, That Neither Imbecillity nor Ignorance in the M----r Have Been the Causes of the Present Unhappy Situation of This Nation. London: Printed for M. Cooper, 1756.

MLA Citation

Shebbeare, John. An Answer to a Pamphlet Call'd, The Conduct of the Ministry Impartially Examined: In Which It Is Proved, That Neither Imbecillity nor Ignorance in the M----r Have Been the Causes of the Present Unhappy Situation of This Nation. London: Printed for M. Cooper, 1756.

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