APA Citation

Oastler, R., & Bull, G. S. (1834). To the electors of Leeds, who as Christians believe the truth of God's holy word and can feel the due force of this solemn question "What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul?" Factory regulation. [England: s.n..

Chicago Style Citation

Oastler, Richard, and George Stinger Bull. To the Electors of Leeds, Who As Christians Believe the Truth of God's Holy Word and Can Feel the Due Force of This Solemn Question "What Shall It Profit a Man If He Gain the Whole World and Lose His Own Soul?" Factory Regulation. [England: s.n., 1834.

MLA Citation

Oastler, Richard, and George Stinger Bull. To the Electors of Leeds, Who As Christians Believe the Truth of God's Holy Word and Can Feel the Due Force of This Solemn Question "What Shall It Profit a Man If He Gain the Whole World and Lose His Own Soul?" Factory Regulation. [England: s.n., 1834.

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