APA (7th ed.) Citation

Dodd, R. (1799). Letters to a merchant, on the improvement of the port of London: Demonstrating its practicability without wet docks, or any additional burdens being laid on shipping, and at a less expense of time and money than any other plan proposed. By R. Dodd, engineer. s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Dodd, Ralph. Letters to a Merchant, on the Improvement of the Port of London: Demonstrating Its Practicability Without Wet Docks, or Any Additional Burdens Being Laid on Shipping, and at a Less Expense of Time and Money than Any Other Plan Proposed. By R. Dodd, Engineer. [London: s.n.], 1799.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Dodd, Ralph. Letters to a Merchant, on the Improvement of the Port of London: Demonstrating Its Practicability Without Wet Docks, or Any Additional Burdens Being Laid on Shipping, and at a Less Expense of Time and Money than Any Other Plan Proposed. By R. Dodd, Engineer. s.n.], 1799.


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