APA Citation

Joy, H. H. (1825). Thames navigation: Observations upon the evidence adduced before the committee of the House of Commons, upon the late application to Parliament for a bill for making a navigable canal, from the River Kennet, at Midgham, to join the Basingstoke Canal, to be called the Hants and Berks Canal. Maidenhead: Printed for the Commissioners, by G.W. Wetton.

Chicago Style Citation

Joy, Henry Hall. Thames Navigation: Observations Upon the Evidence Adduced Before the Committee of the House of Commons, Upon the Late Application to Parliament for a Bill for Making a Navigable Canal, From the River Kennet, At Midgham, to Join the Basingstoke Canal, to Be Called the Hants and Berks Canal. Maidenhead: Printed for the Commissioners, by G.W. Wetton, 1825.

MLA Citation

Joy, Henry Hall. Thames Navigation: Observations Upon the Evidence Adduced Before the Committee of the House of Commons, Upon the Late Application to Parliament for a Bill for Making a Navigable Canal, From the River Kennet, At Midgham, to Join the Basingstoke Canal, to Be Called the Hants and Berks Canal. Maidenhead: Printed for the Commissioners, by G.W. Wetton, 1825.

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