APA (7th ed.) Citation

Lauderdale, J. M. (1826). Protest on the subject of the measures now impending in Parliament in relation to the corn laws: Entered against the second reading of a bill "to empower His Majesty to admit foreign corn for home consumption under certain limitations.". s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Lauderdale, James Maitland. Protest on the Subject of the Measures Now Impending in Parliament in Relation to the Corn Laws: Entered Against the Second Reading of a Bill "to Empower His Majesty to Admit Foreign Corn for Home Consumption Under Certain Limitations.". [England: s.n.], 1826.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Lauderdale, James Maitland. Protest on the Subject of the Measures Now Impending in Parliament in Relation to the Corn Laws: Entered Against the Second Reading of a Bill "to Empower His Majesty to Admit Foreign Corn for Home Consumption Under Certain Limitations.". s.n.], 1826.


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