APA (7th ed.) 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. Printed by Andrew Anderson ....

Chicago Style (17th ed.) 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 (8th ed.) 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. Printed by Andrew Anderson ..., 1670.


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