APA Citation

Country gentleman. (1753). Some observations on the national debt, and encreasing the revenue and sinking fund: In which the conveniencies and inconveniencies are fairly and fully considered : occasioned by His Majesty's speech to both Houses of Parliament : together with a proposal for easing the people of some taxes, and providing for women sufferers, by reducing the interest of the funds. London: Printed for Mr. Bizett ... [et al.].

Chicago Style Citation

Country gentleman. Some Observations On the National Debt, and Encreasing the Revenue and Sinking Fund: In Which the Conveniencies and Inconveniencies Are Fairly and Fully Considered : Occasioned By His Majesty's Speech to Both Houses of Parliament : Together With a Proposal for Easing the People of Some Taxes, and Providing for Women Sufferers, By Reducing the Interest of the Funds. London: Printed for Mr. Bizett ... [et al.], 1753.

MLA Citation

Country gentleman. Some Observations On the National Debt, and Encreasing the Revenue and Sinking Fund: In Which the Conveniencies and Inconveniencies Are Fairly and Fully Considered : Occasioned By His Majesty's Speech to Both Houses of Parliament : Together With a Proposal for Easing the People of Some Taxes, and Providing for Women Sufferers, By Reducing the Interest of the Funds. London: Printed for Mr. Bizett ... [et al.], 1753.

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