APA Citation

Maseres, F. (1777). The Canadian freeholder: In two dialogues between an Englishman and a Frenchman, settled in Canada : shewing the sentiments of the bulk of the freeholders of Canada concerning the late Quebeck-Act, with some remarks on the Boston-Charter Act, and an attempt to shew the great expediency of immediately repealing both those acts of Parliament, and of making some other useful regulations and concessions to his Majesty's American subjects, as a ground for a reconciliation with the United Colonies in America. London: Sold by B. White ....

Chicago Style Citation

Maseres, Francis. The Canadian Freeholder: In Two Dialogues between an Englishman and a Frenchman, Settled in Canada : Shewing the Sentiments of the Bulk of the Freeholders of Canada Concerning the Late Quebeck-Act, With Some Remarks On the Boston-Charter Act, and an Attempt to Shew the Great Expediency of Immediately Repealing Both Those Acts of Parliament, and of Making Some Other Useful Regulations and Concessions to His Majesty's American Subjects, As a Ground for a Reconciliation With the United Colonies in America. London: Sold by B. White ..., 1777.

MLA Citation

Maseres, Francis. The Canadian Freeholder: In Two Dialogues between an Englishman and a Frenchman, Settled in Canada : Shewing the Sentiments of the Bulk of the Freeholders of Canada Concerning the Late Quebeck-Act, With Some Remarks On the Boston-Charter Act, and an Attempt to Shew the Great Expediency of Immediately Repealing Both Those Acts of Parliament, and of Making Some Other Useful Regulations and Concessions to His Majesty's American Subjects, As a Ground for a Reconciliation With the United Colonies in America. London: Sold by B. White ..., 1777.

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