APA Citation

Wright, H. C. (1845). The dissolution of the American union: Demanded by justice and humanity, as the incurable enemy of liberty : with a letter to Rev. Drs. Chalmers, Cunningham, and Candlish, on Christian fellowship with slaveholders : and a letter to the members of the free church, recommending to send back the money obtained from slaveholders to build their churches and pay their ministers : addressed to the abolitionists of Great Britain and Ireland. [Scotland?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Wright, Henry Clarke. The Dissolution of the American Union: Demanded By Justice and Humanity, As the Incurable Enemy of Liberty : With a Letter to Rev. Drs. Chalmers, Cunningham, and Candlish, On Christian Fellowship With Slaveholders : And a Letter to the Members of the Free Church, Recommending to Send Back the Money Obtained From Slaveholders to Build Their Churches and Pay Their Ministers : Addressed to the Abolitionists of Great Britain and Ireland. [Scotland?: s.n.], 1845.

MLA Citation

Wright, Henry Clarke. The Dissolution of the American Union: Demanded By Justice and Humanity, As the Incurable Enemy of Liberty : With a Letter to Rev. Drs. Chalmers, Cunningham, and Candlish, On Christian Fellowship With Slaveholders : And a Letter to the Members of the Free Church, Recommending to Send Back the Money Obtained From Slaveholders to Build Their Churches and Pay Their Ministers : Addressed to the Abolitionists of Great Britain and Ireland. [Scotland?: s.n.], 1845.

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