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MLA

Povey, Charles. The Unhappiness of England, As to Its Trade by Sea and Land, Truly Stated: Also a Lively Representation of the Miseries of the Poor, the Pernicious Consequence of Wearing Swords, and the Ill Presidents Acted At Which Is Added, an Essay of the Happiness of Man In Observing the Rules of Morality. London: Printed for the author ... and to be sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1701.

APA

Povey, C. (1701). The unhappiness of England, as to its trade by sea and land, truly stated: also a lively representation of the miseries of the poor, the pernicious consequence of wearing swords, and the ill presidents acted at which is added, an essay of the happiness of man in observing the rules of morality. London: Printed for the author ... and to be sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster.

Chicago

Povey, Charles, The Unhappiness of England, As to Its Trade by Sea and Land, Truly Stated: Also a Lively Representation of the Miseries of the Poor, the Pernicious Consequence of Wearing Swords, and the Ill Presidents Acted At Which Is Added, an Essay of the Happiness of Man In Observing the Rules of Morality. London: Printed for the author ... and to be sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1701.