APA (7th ed.) Citation

Alcock, T. (1845). Remarks on the inclosure of commons and wastes, (not village greens): With recognition of the indefinite rights of the poor, as well as the definite rights of the rich, and the reservation of ample space for recreation for all classes. J. Ridgway.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Alcock, Thomas. Remarks on the Inclosure of Commons and Wastes, (not Village Greens): With Recognition of the Indefinite Rights of the Poor, as Well as the Definite Rights of the Rich, and the Reservation of Ample Space for Recreation for All Classes. London: J. Ridgway, 1845.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Alcock, Thomas. Remarks on the Inclosure of Commons and Wastes, (not Village Greens): With Recognition of the Indefinite Rights of the Poor, as Well as the Definite Rights of the Rich, and the Reservation of Ample Space for Recreation for All Classes. J. Ridgway, 1845.


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