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MLA

Defoe, Daniel. A Plan of the English Commerce: Being a Compleat Prospect of the Trade of This Nation, As Well the Home Trade As the Foreign. Humbly Offered to the Consideration of the King and Parliament. The Second Edition. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing a View of the Increase of Commerce, Not Only of England, but of All the Trading Nations of Europe Since the Peace with Spain. The Whole Containing Several Proposals, Entirely New, for Extending and Improving Our Trade, and Promoting the Consumption of Our Manufactures, In Countries Wherewith We Have Hitherto Had No Commerce. London: printed for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1730.

APA

Defoe, D. (1730). A plan of the English commerce: Being a compleat prospect of the trade of this nation, as well the home trade as the foreign. Humbly offered to the consideration of the King and Parliament. The second edition. To which is added, an appendix, containing a view of the increase of commerce, not only of England, but of all the Trading Nations of Europe since the Peace with Spain. The whole containing Several Proposals, entirely New, for Extending and Improving our Trade, and Promoting the Consumption of our Manufactures, in Countries wherewith we have Hitherto had no Commerce. London: printed for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Chicago

Defoe, Daniel, A Plan of the English Commerce: Being a Compleat Prospect of the Trade of This Nation, As Well the Home Trade As the Foreign. Humbly Offered to the Consideration of the King and Parliament. The Second Edition. To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing a View of the Increase of Commerce, Not Only of England, but of All the Trading Nations of Europe Since the Peace with Spain. The Whole Containing Several Proposals, Entirely New, for Extending and Improving Our Trade, and Promoting the Consumption of Our Manufactures, In Countries Wherewith We Have Hitherto Had No Commerce. London: printed for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1730.