APA (7th ed.) Citation

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons & Making of the Modern World. (1837). Tobacco question: A statement, shewing that, under the sanction of the present enormous duty, a sum of money is raised on the labouring classes, by government and smuggling, sufficient to pay the whole expense of the effective service of the navy, army, customs, excise, and the pension list (3rd ed.). s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons and Making of the Modern World. Tobacco Question: A Statement, Shewing That, Under the Sanction of the Present Enormous Duty, a Sum of Money Is Raised on the Labouring Classes, by Government and Smuggling, Sufficient to Pay the Whole Expense of the Effective Service of the Navy, Army, Customs, Excise, and the Pension List. 3rd ed. [London?: s.n.], 1837.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons and Making of the Modern World. Tobacco Question: A Statement, Shewing That, Under the Sanction of the Present Enormous Duty, a Sum of Money Is Raised on the Labouring Classes, by Government and Smuggling, Sufficient to Pay the Whole Expense of the Effective Service of the Navy, Army, Customs, Excise, and the Pension List. 3rd ed. s.n.], 1837.


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