APA Citation

(1785). Boston, April 18, 1785: The minds of the people being greatly and justly agitated by the apparent intention of the government and the merchants of Great-Britain to deprive the industrious trader of every benefit of our commerce, by the entire monopoly of the same to themselves ... A numerous and respectable meeting of the merchants, traders, and others, convened at Faneuil-Hall, on Saturday the 16th inst. to consider the alarming state of our trade and navigation, the following votes were unanimously agreed to .. [Boston]: (Printed by Peter Edes.).

Chicago Style Citation

Boston, April 18, 1785: The Minds of the People Being Greatly and Justly Agitated By the Apparent Intention of the Government and the Merchants of Great-Britain to Deprive the Industrious Trader of Every Benefit of Our Commerce, By the Entire Monopoly of the Same to Themselves ... A Numerous and Respectable Meeting of the Merchants, Traders, and Others, Convened At Faneuil-Hall, On Saturday the 16th Inst. to Consider the Alarming State of Our Trade and Navigation, the Following Votes Were Unanimously Agreed to .. [Boston]: (Printed by Peter Edes.), 1785.

MLA Citation

Boston, April 18, 1785: The Minds of the People Being Greatly and Justly Agitated By the Apparent Intention of the Government and the Merchants of Great-Britain to Deprive the Industrious Trader of Every Benefit of Our Commerce, By the Entire Monopoly of the Same to Themselves ... A Numerous and Respectable Meeting of the Merchants, Traders, and Others, Convened At Faneuil-Hall, On Saturday the 16th Inst. to Consider the Alarming State of Our Trade and Navigation, the Following Votes Were Unanimously Agreed to .. [Boston]: (Printed by Peter Edes.), 1785.

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