APA Citation

Loveless, G. (1837). The victims of Whiggery: Being a statement of the persecutions experienced by the Dorchester labourers, their trial, banishment, &c., also reflections upon the present system of transportation with an account of Van Dieman's Land, its customs, laws, climate, produce and inhabitants : dedicated (without permission) to Lords Melbourne, Grey, Russell, Brougham, and Judge Williams (3rd ed.). London: Published under the direction of the Central Dorchester Committee by E. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Loveless, George. The Victims of Whiggery: Being a Statement of the Persecutions Experienced By the Dorchester Labourers, Their Trial, Banishment, &c., Also Reflections Upon the Present System of Transportation With an Account of Van Dieman's Land, Its Customs, Laws, Climate, Produce and Inhabitants : Dedicated (without Permission) to Lords Melbourne, Grey, Russell, Brougham, and Judge Williams. 3rd ed. London: Published under the direction of the Central Dorchester Committee by E. Wilson, 1837.

MLA Citation

Loveless, George. The Victims of Whiggery: Being a Statement of the Persecutions Experienced By the Dorchester Labourers, Their Trial, Banishment, &c., Also Reflections Upon the Present System of Transportation With an Account of Van Dieman's Land, Its Customs, Laws, Climate, Produce and Inhabitants : Dedicated (without Permission) to Lords Melbourne, Grey, Russell, Brougham, and Judge Williams. 3rd ed. London: Published under the direction of the Central Dorchester Committee by E. Wilson, 1837.

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