APA Citation

Cargill, W. (1840). Mehemet Ali, Lord Palmerston, Russia, and France: Position of England, Turkey, and Russia, Egypt and Turkey, negotiations at Alexandria, objects of Russia, treaty of July 15, 1840, rupture of the Anglo-French alliance, insurrection and convulsion in the Ottoman Empire, way prepared for the occuption of Constantinople by Russia, stipulation to that effect by four powers in Europe, prospects of India. London: J. Reid and Co..

Chicago Style Citation

Cargill, William. Mehemet Ali, Lord Palmerston, Russia, and France: Position of England, Turkey, and Russia, Egypt and Turkey, Negotiations At Alexandria, Objects of Russia, Treaty of July 15, 1840, Rupture of the Anglo-French Alliance, Insurrection and Convulsion in the Ottoman Empire, Way Prepared for the Occuption of Constantinople By Russia, Stipulation to That Effect By Four Powers in Europe, Prospects of India. London: J. Reid and Co., 1840.

MLA Citation

Cargill, William. Mehemet Ali, Lord Palmerston, Russia, and France: Position of England, Turkey, and Russia, Egypt and Turkey, Negotiations At Alexandria, Objects of Russia, Treaty of July 15, 1840, Rupture of the Anglo-French Alliance, Insurrection and Convulsion in the Ottoman Empire, Way Prepared for the Occuption of Constantinople By Russia, Stipulation to That Effect By Four Powers in Europe, Prospects of India. London: J. Reid and Co., 1840.

Warning: These citations may not always be 100% accurate.