APA (7th ed.) Citation

Urquhart, T., & Melville, R. S. D. (1815). Substance of a letter to Lord Viscount Melville: Written in May 1815 with the outlines of a plan to raise British seamen, and to form their minds to volunteer the naval service when required, to do away with the evils of impressment, and man our ships effectually with mercantile seamen. Printed and sold by W. Phillips.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Urquhart, Thomas, and Robert Saunders Dundas Melville. Substance of a Letter to Lord Viscount Melville: Written in May 1815 with the Outlines of a Plan to Raise British Seamen, and to Form Their Minds to Volunteer the Naval Service When Required, to Do Away with the Evils of Impressment, and Man Our Ships Effectually with Mercantile Seamen. London: Printed and sold by W. Phillips, 1815.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Urquhart, Thomas, and Robert Saunders Dundas Melville. Substance of a Letter to Lord Viscount Melville: Written in May 1815 with the Outlines of a Plan to Raise British Seamen, and to Form Their Minds to Volunteer the Naval Service When Required, to Do Away with the Evils of Impressment, and Man Our Ships Effectually with Mercantile Seamen. Printed and sold by W. Phillips, 1815.


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