APA Citation

(1766). Reflexions on representation in Parliament: Being an attempt to shew the equity and practicability, not only of establishing a more equal representation throughout Great Britain, but also of admitting the Americans to a share in the legislature: With An Enumeration of the principal Benefits which would result from these Measures, both to the Colonies and the Mother-Country. The Whole submitted to the Consideration of the Public in general, and Members of Parliament in particular; before the Final Determination of the present Disputes. With some Strictures on a Pamphlet, intitled, "objections to the Taxation of the Colonies by the Legislature of Great Britain briefly considered". London: printed for W. Flexney, near Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn.

Chicago Style Citation

Reflexions On Representation in Parliament: Being an Attempt to Shew the Equity and Practicability, Not Only of Establishing a More Equal Representation Throughout Great Britain, but Also of Admitting the Americans to a Share in the Legislature: With An Enumeration of the Principal Benefits Which Would Result From These Measures, Both to the Colonies and the Mother-Country. The Whole Submitted to the Consideration of the Public in General, and Members of Parliament in Particular; Before the Final Determination of the Present Disputes. With Some Strictures On a Pamphlet, Intitled, "objections to the Taxation of the Colonies By the Legislature of Great Britain Briefly Considered". London: printed for W. Flexney, near Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn, 1766.

MLA Citation

Reflexions On Representation in Parliament: Being an Attempt to Shew the Equity and Practicability, Not Only of Establishing a More Equal Representation Throughout Great Britain, but Also of Admitting the Americans to a Share in the Legislature: With An Enumeration of the Principal Benefits Which Would Result From These Measures, Both to the Colonies and the Mother-Country. The Whole Submitted to the Consideration of the Public in General, and Members of Parliament in Particular; Before the Final Determination of the Present Disputes. With Some Strictures On a Pamphlet, Intitled, "objections to the Taxation of the Colonies By the Legislature of Great Britain Briefly Considered". London: printed for W. Flexney, near Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn, 1766.

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