APA Citation

(1663). <<The>> forreign excise considered: Wherein by several arguments and illustrations, is pleaded as well the equity as the conveniencie of charging all forreign goods with an excise, upon the consumption, in order to the increase of His Majesties revenue. London: Printed by John Macock.

Chicago Style Citation

<<The>> Forreign Excise Considered: Wherein By Several Arguments and Illustrations, Is Pleaded As Well the Equity As the Conveniencie of Charging All Forreign Goods With an Excise, Upon the Consumption, in Order to the Increase of His Majesties Revenue. London: Printed by John Macock, 1663.

MLA Citation

<<The>> Forreign Excise Considered: Wherein By Several Arguments and Illustrations, Is Pleaded As Well the Equity As the Conveniencie of Charging All Forreign Goods With an Excise, Upon the Consumption, in Order to the Increase of His Majesties Revenue. London: Printed by John Macock, 1663.

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