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APA Citation

Murray, Robert.  (1682).  Corporation-credit, or, A bank of credit made currant, by common consent in London. More useful and safe than money.  London :  printed by John Gain, for the Ofice

MLA Citation

Murray, Robert.  Corporation-credit, or, A bank of credit made currant, by common consent in London. [microform] More useful and safe than money  printed by John Gain, for the Ofice London  1682

Australian/Harvard Citation

Murray, Robert.  1682,  Corporation-credit, or, A bank of credit made currant, by common consent in London. [microform] More useful and safe than money  printed by John Gain, for the Ofice London

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  | author1=Murray, Robert, 1635-1725?
  | year=1682
  | publisher=printed by John Gain, for the Ofice
  | language=English
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