APA Citation

Bell, W. (1756). A dissertation on the following subject--what causes principally contribute to render a nation populous? and what effect has the populousness of a nation on its trade?: Being one of those to which were adjudged the prizes given by the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Townshend to the University of Cambridge, in the year 1756, and read there in the public schools on Friday, July the 2nd. Cambridge: [Printed by J. Bentham, sold by W. Thurlbourn, and T. Merrill [and 10 others].

Chicago Style Citation

Bell, William. A Dissertation On the Following Subject--what Causes Principally Contribute to Render a Nation Populous? and What Effect Has the Populousness of a Nation On Its Trade?: Being One of Those to Which Were Adjudged the Prizes Given By the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Townshend to the University of Cambridge, in the Year 1756, and Read There in the Public Schools On Friday, July the 2nd. Cambridge: [Printed by J. Bentham, sold by W. Thurlbourn, and T. Merrill [and 10 others], 1756.

MLA Citation

Bell, William. A Dissertation On the Following Subject--what Causes Principally Contribute to Render a Nation Populous? and What Effect Has the Populousness of a Nation On Its Trade?: Being One of Those to Which Were Adjudged the Prizes Given By the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Townshend to the University of Cambridge, in the Year 1756, and Read There in the Public Schools On Friday, July the 2nd. Cambridge: [Printed by J. Bentham, sold by W. Thurlbourn, and T. Merrill [and 10 others], 1756.

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