APA Citation

Barnard, J. (1748). National prejudice, opposed to the national interest: Candidly considered in the detention or yielding up Gibraltar and Cape-Briton by the ensuing treaty of peace : with some observations on the natural jealousy of the Spanish nation, and how far it may operate to the prejudice of the British commerce if not removed at this crisis : in a letter to Sir John Barnard, Knight. London: Printed for W. Owen ... and J. Swan.

Chicago Style Citation

Barnard, John. National Prejudice, Opposed to the National Interest: Candidly Considered in the Detention or Yielding Up Gibraltar and Cape-Briton By the Ensuing Treaty of Peace : With Some Observations On the Natural Jealousy of the Spanish Nation, and How Far It May Operate to the Prejudice of the British Commerce If Not Removed At This Crisis : In a Letter to Sir John Barnard, Knight. London: Printed for W. Owen ... and J. Swan, 1748.

MLA Citation

Barnard, John. National Prejudice, Opposed to the National Interest: Candidly Considered in the Detention or Yielding Up Gibraltar and Cape-Briton By the Ensuing Treaty of Peace : With Some Observations On the Natural Jealousy of the Spanish Nation, and How Far It May Operate to the Prejudice of the British Commerce If Not Removed At This Crisis : In a Letter to Sir John Barnard, Knight. London: Printed for W. Owen ... and J. Swan, 1748.

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