APA Citation

Tucker, J. (1766). A letter from a merchant in London to his nephew in North America: Relative to the present posture of affairs in the colonies, in which the supposed violation of charters, and the several grievances complained of, are particularly discussed, and the consequences of an attempt towards independency set in a true light. London: Printed for J. Walter.

Chicago Style Citation

Tucker, Josiah. A Letter From a Merchant in London to His Nephew in North America: Relative to the Present Posture of Affairs in the Colonies, in Which the Supposed Violation of Charters, and the Several Grievances Complained Of, Are Particularly Discussed, and the Consequences of an Attempt Towards Independency Set in a True Light. London: Printed for J. Walter, 1766.

MLA Citation

Tucker, Josiah. A Letter From a Merchant in London to His Nephew in North America: Relative to the Present Posture of Affairs in the Colonies, in Which the Supposed Violation of Charters, and the Several Grievances Complained Of, Are Particularly Discussed, and the Consequences of an Attempt Towards Independency Set in a True Light. London: Printed for J. Walter, 1766.

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