APA (7th ed.) Citation

Atherley, E. G., & Liverpool, R. B. J. (1826). A letter to the Earl of Liverpool: Shewing that a repeal of the corn laws will be attended with great injury and injustice to the land-owners and farmers, unless accompanied, either by a reduction of their taxes and other burthens, or by measures to keep up the prices of English-grown corn : and shewing, that an import, or protecting duty, will not have the slightest effect in this respect. Printed for Ridgway and Sons.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Atherley, E. G., and Robert Banks Jenkinson Liverpool. A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool: Shewing That a Repeal of the Corn Laws Will Be Attended with Great Injury and Injustice to the Land-owners and Farmers, Unless Accompanied, Either by a Reduction of Their Taxes and Other Burthens, or by Measures to Keep Up the Prices of English-grown Corn : And Shewing, That an Import, or Protecting Duty, Will Not Have the Slightest Effect in This Respect. London: Printed for Ridgway and Sons, 1826.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Atherley, E. G., and Robert Banks Jenkinson Liverpool. A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool: Shewing That a Repeal of the Corn Laws Will Be Attended with Great Injury and Injustice to the Land-owners and Farmers, Unless Accompanied, Either by a Reduction of Their Taxes and Other Burthens, or by Measures to Keep Up the Prices of English-grown Corn : And Shewing, That an Import, or Protecting Duty, Will Not Have the Slightest Effect in This Respect. Printed for Ridgway and Sons, 1826.


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