APA Citation

(1751). A speech intended to have been spoken by Mr. ----- ------ at the general court of the South-Sea Company: Held the 16th of January, 1750, but prevented by other gentlemen taking up so great a part of the time of the said court. London: Printed and sold by C. Say.

Chicago Style Citation

A Speech Intended to Have Been Spoken By Mr. ----- ------ At the General Court of the South-Sea Company: Held the 16th of January, 1750, but Prevented By Other Gentlemen Taking Up so Great a Part of the Time of the Said Court. London: Printed and sold by C. Say, 1751.

MLA Citation

A Speech Intended to Have Been Spoken By Mr. ----- ------ At the General Court of the South-Sea Company: Held the 16th of January, 1750, but Prevented By Other Gentlemen Taking Up so Great a Part of the Time of the Said Court. London: Printed and sold by C. Say, 1751.

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