APA Citation

Scot, N. (1734). A letter to Sir John de Graham, Kt. upon the subject of instructions or recommendations to members of Parliament. Humbly submitted to the electors of such members within that part of Britain called Scotland. Edinburgh: printed by W. Cheyne, and sold by Al. Symmer, G. Hamilton, and J. Trail.

Chicago Style Citation

Scot, Nathaniel. A Letter to Sir John De Graham, Kt. Upon the Subject of Instructions or Recommendations to Members of Parliament. Humbly Submitted to the Electors of Such Members Within That Part of Britain Called Scotland. Edinburgh: printed by W. Cheyne, and sold by Al. Symmer, G. Hamilton, and J. Trail, 1734.

MLA Citation

Scot, Nathaniel. A Letter to Sir John De Graham, Kt. Upon the Subject of Instructions or Recommendations to Members of Parliament. Humbly Submitted to the Electors of Such Members Within That Part of Britain Called Scotland. Edinburgh: printed by W. Cheyne, and sold by Al. Symmer, G. Hamilton, and J. Trail, 1734.

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