APA Citation

Dalrymple, J. (1759). An essay towards a general history of feudal property in Great Britain: Under the following heads, I. History of the introduction of the feudal system into Great Britain. II. History of tenures. III. History of the alienation of land property. IV. History of entails. V. History of the laws of succession or descent. VI. History of the forms of conveyance. VII. History of jurisdictions, and of the forms of procedure in courts. VIII. History of the constitution of Parliament. The fourth edition corrected and enlarged, By John Dalrymple, Esq. London: Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand.

Chicago Style Citation

Dalrymple, John. An Essay Towards a General History of Feudal Property in Great Britain: Under the Following Heads, I. History of the Introduction of the Feudal System Into Great Britain. II. History of Tenures. III. History of the Alienation of Land Property. IV. History of Entails. V. History of the Laws of Succession or Descent. VI. History of the Forms of Conveyance. VII. History of Jurisdictions, and of the Forms of Procedure in Courts. VIII. History of the Constitution of Parliament. The Fourth Edition Corrected and Enlarged, By John Dalrymple, Esq. London: Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand, 1759.

MLA Citation

Dalrymple, John. An Essay Towards a General History of Feudal Property in Great Britain: Under the Following Heads, I. History of the Introduction of the Feudal System Into Great Britain. II. History of Tenures. III. History of the Alienation of Land Property. IV. History of Entails. V. History of the Laws of Succession or Descent. VI. History of the Forms of Conveyance. VII. History of Jurisdictions, and of the Forms of Procedure in Courts. VIII. History of the Constitution of Parliament. The Fourth Edition Corrected and Enlarged, By John Dalrymple, Esq. London: Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand, 1759.

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