Franklin

MLA

Neale, Thomas. The National Land-bank, Together with Money: So Composed, As Not Only to Be Easie Understood, and Easily Practiced, but More Capable Also of Supplying the Government with Any Sum of Money In Proportion to What Fund Shall Be Settled: As Likewise, the Free-holder with Money At a More Moderate Interest, Than If Such Bank Did Consist of Money Alone Without Land. [London?: s.n., 1695.

APA

Neale, T. (1695). The national land-bank, together with money: so composed, as not only to be easie understood, and easily practiced, but more capable also of supplying the government with any sum of money in proportion to what fund shall be settled: as likewise, the free-holder with money at a more moderate interest, than if such bank did consist of money alone without land. [London?: s.n.

Chicago

Neale, Thomas, The National Land-Bank, Together with Money: So Composed, As Not Only to Be Easie Understood, and Easily Practiced, but More Capable Also of Supplying the Government with Any Sum of Money In Proportion to What Fund Shall Be Settled: As Likewise, the Free-Holder with Money At a More Moderate Interest, Than If Such Bank Did Consist of Money Alone without Land. [London?: s.n., 1695.