APA Citation

Member of Parliament. (1761). A detection of the false reasons and facts, contained in the five letters, entitled Reasons for keeping Guadaloupe at a peace, preferable to Canada, from a gentleman in Guadaloupe to his friend in London: In which the advantages of both conquests are fairly and impartially stated and compared. London: Printed for T. Hope.

Chicago Style Citation

Member of Parliament. A Detection of the False Reasons and Facts, Contained in the Five Letters, Entitled Reasons for Keeping Guadaloupe At a Peace, Preferable to Canada, From a Gentleman in Guadaloupe to His Friend in London: In Which the Advantages of Both Conquests Are Fairly and Impartially Stated and Compared. London: Printed for T. Hope, 1761.

MLA Citation

Member of Parliament. A Detection of the False Reasons and Facts, Contained in the Five Letters, Entitled Reasons for Keeping Guadaloupe At a Peace, Preferable to Canada, From a Gentleman in Guadaloupe to His Friend in London: In Which the Advantages of Both Conquests Are Fairly and Impartially Stated and Compared. London: Printed for T. Hope, 1761.

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