APA Citation

Scotland., & Early English Books Online. (1670). The rates of His Majesties customes: As the same are now established by His Majesty, with the advice and consent of the lords commissioners of His majesties thesaurary and exchequer : to be payed by natives and strangers for all goods and merchandise imported or exported to and from the Kingdom of Scotland : according to the subjoined alphabet of the saids rates, and instructions for regulating the raising of the same : together with the act of Parliament concerning custome and excise, and imposition on tar and iron : with the lift of all unexcisable goods, and the act concerning bullion. Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Anderson ....

Chicago Style Citation

Scotland., and Early English Books Online. The Rates of His Majesties Customes: As the Same Are Now Established By His Majesty, With the Advice and Consent of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Thesaurary and Exchequer : To Be Payed By Natives and Strangers for All Goods and Merchandise Imported or Exported to and From the Kingdom of Scotland : According to the Subjoined Alphabet of the Saids Rates, and Instructions for Regulating the Raising of the Same : Together With the Act of Parliament Concerning Custome and Excise, and Imposition On Tar and Iron : With the Lift of All Unexcisable Goods, and the Act Concerning Bullion. Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Anderson ..., 1670.

MLA Citation

Scotland., and Early English Books Online. The Rates of His Majesties Customes: As the Same Are Now Established By His Majesty, With the Advice and Consent of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Thesaurary and Exchequer : To Be Payed By Natives and Strangers for All Goods and Merchandise Imported or Exported to and From the Kingdom of Scotland : According to the Subjoined Alphabet of the Saids Rates, and Instructions for Regulating the Raising of the Same : Together With the Act of Parliament Concerning Custome and Excise, and Imposition On Tar and Iron : With the Lift of All Unexcisable Goods, and the Act Concerning Bullion. Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Anderson ..., 1670.

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