APA Citation

Observer., Wood, J., & Fenton, J. C. (1833). The Woodites' "forget me not!": Being a sketch of a new political farce called the Whig Tomfoolery Election, and first acted in the borough of Huddersfield on the 10th, 12th, and 13th days of December last ... when Captain Fenton, the nominee of Byron House was returned ... as their representative, in opposition to Captain Wood ... with other incidents connected with the proceedings. Huddersfield: Printed and published by J. Hobson.

Chicago Style Citation

Observer., Joseph Wood, and James Crossland Fenton. The Woodites' "forget Me Not!": Being a Sketch of a New Political Farce Called the Whig Tomfoolery Election, and First Acted in the Borough of Huddersfield On the 10th, 12th, and 13th Days of December Last ... When Captain Fenton, the Nominee of Byron House Was Returned ... As Their Representative, in Opposition to Captain Wood ... With Other Incidents Connected With the Proceedings. Huddersfield: Printed and published by J. Hobson, 1833.

MLA Citation

Observer., Joseph Wood, and James Crossland Fenton. The Woodites' "forget Me Not!": Being a Sketch of a New Political Farce Called the Whig Tomfoolery Election, and First Acted in the Borough of Huddersfield On the 10th, 12th, and 13th Days of December Last ... When Captain Fenton, the Nominee of Byron House Was Returned ... As Their Representative, in Opposition to Captain Wood ... With Other Incidents Connected With the Proceedings. Huddersfield: Printed and published by J. Hobson, 1833.

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