APA Citation

Davenport, R., & Giles, W. B. (1829). The petitions of Rufus Davenport to the twenty four states, for the adoption of free debt rules: Also, the rise and progress, the usurped dominion, and the urged abolition of imprisonment for debt, extracted from Gov. Giles' speech to the legislature of Virginia, both dated, A.D. 1828, December 1st. [Boston: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Davenport, Rufus., and William Branch Giles. The Petitions of Rufus Davenport to the Twenty Four States, for the Adoption of Free Debt Rules: Also, the Rise and Progress, the Usurped Dominion, and the Urged Abolition of Imprisonment for Debt, Extracted From Gov. Giles' Speech to the Legislature of Virginia, Both Dated, A.D. 1828, December 1st. [Boston: s.n., 1829.

MLA Citation

Davenport, Rufus., and William Branch Giles. The Petitions of Rufus Davenport to the Twenty Four States, for the Adoption of Free Debt Rules: Also, the Rise and Progress, the Usurped Dominion, and the Urged Abolition of Imprisonment for Debt, Extracted From Gov. Giles' Speech to the Legislature of Virginia, Both Dated, A.D. 1828, December 1st. [Boston: s.n., 1829.

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