APA Citation

Gray, J. (1847). The currency question: : the confidence of "The Times" in its own monetary doctrines exemplified, by its refusal to give publicity to a free offer of the sum of one hundred guineas to any man who may be able to maintain their validity before a competent and impartial tribunal. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black.

Chicago Style Citation

Gray, John. The Currency Question: : The Confidence of "The Times" in Its Own Monetary Doctrines Exemplified, By Its Refusal to Give Publicity to a Free Offer of the Sum of One Hundred Guineas to Any Man Who May Be Able to Maintain Their Validity Before a Competent and Impartial Tribunal. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black, 1847.

MLA Citation

Gray, John. The Currency Question: : The Confidence of "The Times" in Its Own Monetary Doctrines Exemplified, By Its Refusal to Give Publicity to a Free Offer of the Sum of One Hundred Guineas to Any Man Who May Be Able to Maintain Their Validity Before a Competent and Impartial Tribunal. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black, 1847.

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