APA Citation

Peck, P. (1732). Some observations for improvement of trade, by establishing the fishery of Great Britain: As a proper means to obtain the ballance of trade, employ the poor, and promote the interest of the proprietors of the South-Sea Company, ... By Mr. Peck. London: printed by J. Hughs, for T. Dormer.

Chicago Style Citation

Peck, Philip. Some Observations for Improvement of Trade, By Establishing the Fishery of Great Britain: As a Proper Means to Obtain the Ballance of Trade, Employ the Poor, and Promote the Interest of the Proprietors of the South-Sea Company, ... By Mr. Peck. London: printed by J. Hughs, for T. Dormer, 1732.

MLA Citation

Peck, Philip. Some Observations for Improvement of Trade, By Establishing the Fishery of Great Britain: As a Proper Means to Obtain the Ballance of Trade, Employ the Poor, and Promote the Interest of the Proprietors of the South-Sea Company, ... By Mr. Peck. London: printed by J. Hughs, for T. Dormer, 1732.

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