APA Citation

Daniel, T. (1750). Ductor mercatorius, or, The young merchant's instructor with respect to the Customs: Being a minute and particular detail of the regular method of proceeding at out-port custom-houses, in the several branches of marine commerce ... the whole being a compleat system of practice, useful to the young officer as well as the young merchant. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed for I. Thompson by J. Gooding.

Chicago Style Citation

Daniel, Thomas. Ductor Mercatorius, Or, The Young Merchant's Instructor With Respect to the Customs: Being a Minute and Particular Detail of the Regular Method of Proceeding At Out-port Custom-houses, in the Several Branches of Marine Commerce ... the Whole Being a Compleat System of Practice, Useful to the Young Officer As Well As the Young Merchant. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed for I. Thompson by J. Gooding, 1750.

MLA Citation

Daniel, Thomas. Ductor Mercatorius, Or, The Young Merchant's Instructor With Respect to the Customs: Being a Minute and Particular Detail of the Regular Method of Proceeding At Out-port Custom-houses, in the Several Branches of Marine Commerce ... the Whole Being a Compleat System of Practice, Useful to the Young Officer As Well As the Young Merchant. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed for I. Thompson by J. Gooding, 1750.

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