APA Citation

Mortimer, T. (1772). The elements of commerce, politics and finances, in three treatises on those important subjects: Designed as a supplement to the education of British youth, after they quit the public universities or private academies. By Thomas Mortimer, Esq. London: Printed for the author; and sold by Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill; Whiston, Fleet-Street; Payne, mews-Gate; Hingeston, Temple-Bar; Wilson and Nichols, Strand; Davis, Flexney, Holborn; Robson, Shropshire, Parker, Bond-Street; Davies, Lewis, Russell-Street, Covent-Garden; Millan, Walter, Layerost, Charing-Cross; Ridley, St. James's Street; Brotherton, Parker, and Richardson and Urquhart, Cornhill.

Chicago Style Citation

Mortimer, Thomas. The Elements of Commerce, Politics and Finances, in Three Treatises On Those Important Subjects: Designed As a Supplement to the Education of British Youth, After They Quit the Public Universities or Private Academies. By Thomas Mortimer, Esq. London: Printed for the author; and sold by Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill; Whiston, Fleet-Street; Payne, mews-Gate; Hingeston, Temple-Bar; Wilson and Nichols, Strand; Davis, Flexney, Holborn; Robson, Shropshire, Parker, Bond-Street; Davies, Lewis, Russell-Street, Covent-Garden; Millan, Walter, Layerost, Charing-Cross; Ridley, St. James's Street; Brotherton, Parker, and Richardson and Urquhart, Cornhill, 1772.

MLA Citation

Mortimer, Thomas. The Elements of Commerce, Politics and Finances, in Three Treatises On Those Important Subjects: Designed As a Supplement to the Education of British Youth, After They Quit the Public Universities or Private Academies. By Thomas Mortimer, Esq. London: Printed for the author; and sold by Hooper, No. 25, Ludgate-Hill; Whiston, Fleet-Street; Payne, mews-Gate; Hingeston, Temple-Bar; Wilson and Nichols, Strand; Davis, Flexney, Holborn; Robson, Shropshire, Parker, Bond-Street; Davies, Lewis, Russell-Street, Covent-Garden; Millan, Walter, Layerost, Charing-Cross; Ridley, St. James's Street; Brotherton, Parker, and Richardson and Urquhart, Cornhill, 1772.

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