APA Citation

Wagstaffe, W. (1714). The state and condition of our taxes, considered; or, a proposal for a tax upon funds: Shewing, The Justice, Usefulness, and Necessity, of such a tax, in respect to our Trading and Landed Interest, and especially if we engage in a new war. With some Directions to the Freeholders of Great Britain, concerning the Choice of the next Parliament. By a freeholder (The third edition.). London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall.

Chicago Style Citation

Wagstaffe, William. The State and Condition of Our Taxes, Considered; Or, a Proposal for a Tax Upon Funds: Shewing, The Justice, Usefulness, and Necessity, of Such a Tax, in Respect to Our Trading and Landed Interest, and Especially If We Engage in a New War. With Some Directions to the Freeholders of Great Britain, Concerning the Choice of the Next Parliament. By a Freeholder. The third edition. London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1714.

MLA Citation

Wagstaffe, William. The State and Condition of Our Taxes, Considered; Or, a Proposal for a Tax Upon Funds: Shewing, The Justice, Usefulness, and Necessity, of Such a Tax, in Respect to Our Trading and Landed Interest, and Especially If We Engage in a New War. With Some Directions to the Freeholders of Great Britain, Concerning the Choice of the Next Parliament. By a Freeholder. The third edition. London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1714.

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