APA Citation

Defoe, D. (1710). An essay upon loans: Or, an argument proving that substantial funds settled by Parliament, with the Encouragement of Interests, and the Advances of Prompt Payment usually allow'd, will bring in loans of money to the Exchequer, in spight of all the conspiracies of parties to the contrary; while a Just, Honourable, and Punctual Performance on the part of the Government, supports the Credit of the Nation. By the author of the Essay upon credit. London: printed, and sold by the book-sellers.

Chicago Style Citation

Defoe, Daniel. An Essay Upon Loans: Or, an Argument Proving That Substantial Funds Settled By Parliament, With the Encouragement of Interests, and the Advances of Prompt Payment Usually Allow'd, Will Bring in Loans of Money to the Exchequer, in Spight of All the Conspiracies of Parties to the Contrary; While a Just, Honourable, and Punctual Performance On the Part of the Government, Supports the Credit of the Nation. By the Author of the Essay Upon Credit. London: printed, and sold by the book-sellers, 1710.

MLA Citation

Defoe, Daniel. An Essay Upon Loans: Or, an Argument Proving That Substantial Funds Settled By Parliament, With the Encouragement of Interests, and the Advances of Prompt Payment Usually Allow'd, Will Bring in Loans of Money to the Exchequer, in Spight of All the Conspiracies of Parties to the Contrary; While a Just, Honourable, and Punctual Performance On the Part of the Government, Supports the Credit of the Nation. By the Author of the Essay Upon Credit. London: printed, and sold by the book-sellers, 1710.

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