APA Citation

(1766). An Earnest address to the people of England containing an enquiry into the cause of the great scarcity of timber, throughout the dominions belonging to His Majesty: With some hints towards the more effectually securing and preserving the same, particularly that part of it applied in shipbuilding, which may prove of the last importance to these kingdoms. London: Printed for the author, and sold by F. Noble.

Chicago Style Citation

An Earnest Address to the People of England Containing an Enquiry Into the Cause of the Great Scarcity of Timber, Throughout the Dominions Belonging to His Majesty: With Some Hints Towards the More Effectually Securing and Preserving the Same, Particularly That Part of It Applied in Shipbuilding, Which May Prove of the Last Importance to These Kingdoms. London: Printed for the author, and sold by F. Noble, 1766.

MLA Citation

An Earnest Address to the People of England Containing an Enquiry Into the Cause of the Great Scarcity of Timber, Throughout the Dominions Belonging to His Majesty: With Some Hints Towards the More Effectually Securing and Preserving the Same, Particularly That Part of It Applied in Shipbuilding, Which May Prove of the Last Importance to These Kingdoms. London: Printed for the author, and sold by F. Noble, 1766.

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