APA Citation

(1834). A Form of a petition to the Upper House, against any alterations of the corn laws: Recommended to the adoption of the country at large, but more especially to agriculturists, farmers, labourers, and the common people in general (2nd ed.). London: B. Steill.

Chicago Style Citation

A Form of a Petition to the Upper House, against Any Alterations of the Corn Laws: Recommended to the Adoption of the Country At Large, but More Especially to Agriculturists, Farmers, Labourers, and the Common People in General. 2nd ed. London: B. Steill, 1834.

MLA Citation

A Form of a Petition to the Upper House, against Any Alterations of the Corn Laws: Recommended to the Adoption of the Country At Large, but More Especially to Agriculturists, Farmers, Labourers, and the Common People in General. 2nd ed. London: B. Steill, 1834.

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