APA Citation

Baker, R., & Baines, E. (1837). A Report on the proceedings of a public meeting on the factory question: Held in the Court House, Leeds, on Thursday afternoon, the 9th day of November, 1837, and called by half-a-dozen Leeds mill-overlookers, (who dubbed themselves, for the occasion, the 'Leeds Short Time Committee,') at the instance of the government, Mr. Baker, Mr. Baines, and a portion of the mill-owners, to "settle the question.". Leeds: Printed and published by J. Hobson.

Chicago Style Citation

Baker, Robert, and Edward Baines. A Report On the Proceedings of a Public Meeting On the Factory Question: Held in the Court House, Leeds, On Thursday Afternoon, the 9th Day of November, 1837, and Called By Half-a-dozen Leeds Mill-overlookers, (who Dubbed Themselves, for the Occasion, the 'Leeds Short Time Committee,') At the Instance of the Government, Mr. Baker, Mr. Baines, and a Portion of the Mill-owners, to "settle the Question.". Leeds: Printed and published by J. Hobson, 1837.

MLA Citation

Baker, Robert, and Edward Baines. A Report On the Proceedings of a Public Meeting On the Factory Question: Held in the Court House, Leeds, On Thursday Afternoon, the 9th Day of November, 1837, and Called By Half-a-dozen Leeds Mill-overlookers, (who Dubbed Themselves, for the Occasion, the 'Leeds Short Time Committee,') At the Instance of the Government, Mr. Baker, Mr. Baines, and a Portion of the Mill-owners, to "settle the Question.". Leeds: Printed and published by J. Hobson, 1837.

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