APA Citation

Gordon, A. J. (1830). Emigration and its evils: Contrasted with the great and incalculable benefits which would arise from the cultivation of the waste lands of our colonies and the importation of the corn and other produce into the mother country, addressed to the National-Emigration Society. [England: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Gordon, Adam James. Emigration and Its Evils: Contrasted With the Great and Incalculable Benefits Which Would Arise From the Cultivation of the Waste Lands of Our Colonies and the Importation of the Corn and Other Produce Into the Mother Country, Addressed to the National-Emigration Society. [England: s.n., 1830.

MLA Citation

Gordon, Adam James. Emigration and Its Evils: Contrasted With the Great and Incalculable Benefits Which Would Arise From the Cultivation of the Waste Lands of Our Colonies and the Importation of the Corn and Other Produce Into the Mother Country, Addressed to the National-Emigration Society. [England: s.n., 1830.

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