APA Citation

Ramsay, A. (1771). An historical essay on the English constitution, or, An impartial inquiry into the elective power of the people, from the first establishment of the Saxons in this kingdom: Wherein the right of Parliament to tax our distant provinces is explained and justified upon such constitutional principles as will afford an equal security to the colonists as to their brethren at home. London: Printed for E. and C. Dilly.

Chicago Style Citation

Ramsay, Allan. An Historical Essay On the English Constitution, Or, An Impartial Inquiry Into the Elective Power of the People, From the First Establishment of the Saxons in This Kingdom: Wherein the Right of Parliament to Tax Our Distant Provinces Is Explained and Justified Upon Such Constitutional Principles As Will Afford an Equal Security to the Colonists As to Their Brethren At Home. London: Printed for E. and C. Dilly, 1771.

MLA Citation

Ramsay, Allan. An Historical Essay On the English Constitution, Or, An Impartial Inquiry Into the Elective Power of the People, From the First Establishment of the Saxons in This Kingdom: Wherein the Right of Parliament to Tax Our Distant Provinces Is Explained and Justified Upon Such Constitutional Principles As Will Afford an Equal Security to the Colonists As to Their Brethren At Home. London: Printed for E. and C. Dilly, 1771.

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