APA Citation

(1761). The humble representation and memorial of many persons become bankrupts: Who, altho' they have strictly conformed themselves to the laws concerning bankrupts, have not been able to prevail upon their creditors to grant them their certificates; whereby they are prevented from entering into business, in order to maintain themselves and families, and becoming once more useful members of society. [London.

Chicago Style Citation

The Humble Representation and Memorial of Many Persons Become Bankrupts: Who, Altho' They Have Strictly Conformed Themselves to the Laws Concerning Bankrupts, Have Not Been Able to Prevail Upon Their Creditors to Grant Them Their Certificates; Whereby They Are Prevented From Entering Into Business, in Order to Maintain Themselves and Families, and Becoming Once More Useful Members of Society. [London, 1761.

MLA Citation

The Humble Representation and Memorial of Many Persons Become Bankrupts: Who, Altho' They Have Strictly Conformed Themselves to the Laws Concerning Bankrupts, Have Not Been Able to Prevail Upon Their Creditors to Grant Them Their Certificates; Whereby They Are Prevented From Entering Into Business, in Order to Maintain Themselves and Families, and Becoming Once More Useful Members of Society. [London, 1761.

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