APA Citation

Buller, C. (1844). Ten hours' factory bill: The speech of C. Buller, Esq. M.P. in the House of Commons, on Friday, March 22nd, 1844, in support of Lord Ashley's amendment, that in the eighth clause the word "ten" be substituted for the word "twelve.". London: J. Ollivier.

Chicago Style Citation

Buller, Charles. Ten Hours' Factory Bill: The Speech of C. Buller, Esq. M.P. in the House of Commons, On Friday, March 22nd, 1844, in Support of Lord Ashley's Amendment, That in the Eighth Clause the Word "ten" Be Substituted for the Word "twelve.". London: J. Ollivier, 1844.

MLA Citation

Buller, Charles. Ten Hours' Factory Bill: The Speech of C. Buller, Esq. M.P. in the House of Commons, On Friday, March 22nd, 1844, in Support of Lord Ashley's Amendment, That in the Eighth Clause the Word "ten" Be Substituted for the Word "twelve.". London: J. Ollivier, 1844.

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