APA (7th ed.) Citation

Janson, E. (1825). The following considerations on the slave trade and slavery, are submitted to the public, under a conviction of the soundness of the principles on which they are founded, and which have long been advocated. s.n..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Janson, Edmund. The Following Considerations on the Slave Trade and Slavery, Are Submitted to the Public, Under a Conviction of the Soundness of the Principles on Which They Are Founded, and Which Have Long Been Advocated. [England: s.n., 1825.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Janson, Edmund. The Following Considerations on the Slave Trade and Slavery, Are Submitted to the Public, Under a Conviction of the Soundness of the Principles on Which They Are Founded, and Which Have Long Been Advocated. s.n., 1825.


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