APA Citation

Carey, M. (1832). The tocsin: A solemn warning against the dangerous doctrine of nullification, in other words, dissolution of the union : containing a view of the doctrines held by Judge Cooper in 1813, contrasted with his doctrines in 1824, and 1827 : a similar contrast between those held by Mr. McDuffie and Major (now Governor) Hamilton in 1821, and those of Mr. McDuffie and Gov. H. in 1828, and 1832 : likewise a similar contrast between those of Mr. Calhoun at different periods : to which is added a review of the Tariff of 1832 (3rd ed., corr.). [S.l.: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Carey, Mathew. The Tocsin: A Solemn Warning against the Dangerous Doctrine of Nullification, in Other Words, Dissolution of the Union : Containing a View of the Doctrines Held By Judge Cooper in 1813, Contrasted With His Doctrines in 1824, and 1827 : A Similar Contrast between Those Held By Mr. McDuffie and Major (now Governor) Hamilton in 1821, and Those of Mr. McDuffie and Gov. H. in 1828, and 1832 : Likewise a Similar Contrast between Those of Mr. Calhoun At Different Periods : To Which Is Added a Review of the Tariff of 1832. 3rd ed., corr. [S.l.: s.n.], 1832.

MLA Citation

Carey, Mathew. The Tocsin: A Solemn Warning against the Dangerous Doctrine of Nullification, in Other Words, Dissolution of the Union : Containing a View of the Doctrines Held By Judge Cooper in 1813, Contrasted With His Doctrines in 1824, and 1827 : A Similar Contrast between Those Held By Mr. McDuffie and Major (now Governor) Hamilton in 1821, and Those of Mr. McDuffie and Gov. H. in 1828, and 1832 : Likewise a Similar Contrast between Those of Mr. Calhoun At Different Periods : To Which Is Added a Review of the Tariff of 1832. 3rd ed., corr. [S.l.: s.n.], 1832.


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