APA (7th ed.) Citation

Somerville, A. (1839). Public and personal affairs: Being an enquiry into the physical strength of the people, in which the value of their pikes and rifles is compared with that of the grape-shot, shells, and rockets, of the Woolwich artillery : also, an exposure of treacherous patriots and drunken lawyers who have imposed upon the people, and are connected with Alderman Harmer, and the Weekly Dispatch, the whole comprising a personal narrative. Printed, published, and sold by A. Somerville.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Somerville, Alexander. Public and Personal Affairs: Being an Enquiry into the Physical Strength of the People, in Which the Value of Their Pikes and Rifles Is Compared with That of the Grape-shot, Shells, and Rockets, of the Woolwich Artillery : Also, an Exposure of Treacherous Patriots and Drunken Lawyers Who Have Imposed upon the People, and Are Connected with Alderman Harmer, and the Weekly Dispatch, the Whole Comprising a Personal Narrative. London: Printed, published, and sold by A. Somerville, 1839.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Somerville, Alexander. Public and Personal Affairs: Being an Enquiry into the Physical Strength of the People, in Which the Value of Their Pikes and Rifles Is Compared with That of the Grape-shot, Shells, and Rockets, of the Woolwich Artillery : Also, an Exposure of Treacherous Patriots and Drunken Lawyers Who Have Imposed upon the People, and Are Connected with Alderman Harmer, and the Weekly Dispatch, the Whole Comprising a Personal Narrative. Printed, published, and sold by A. Somerville, 1839.


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