APA Citation

Bermingham, T. (1847). The Thames, the Shannon, and the St. Lawrence; or, The good of Great Britain, Ireland, and North America identified & promoted: In the development of the vast resources of Ireland and British North America, by the employment, for the next ten years, of 250,000 families of the destitute peasantry of Ireland, improperly called redundant population. London: Johnson.

Chicago Style Citation

Bermingham, Thomas. The Thames, the Shannon, and the St. Lawrence; Or, The Good of Great Britain, Ireland, and North America Identified & Promoted: In the Development of the Vast Resources of Ireland and British North America, By the Employment, for the Next Ten Years, of 250,000 Families of the Destitute Peasantry of Ireland, Improperly Called Redundant Population. London: Johnson, 1847.

MLA Citation

Bermingham, Thomas. The Thames, the Shannon, and the St. Lawrence; Or, The Good of Great Britain, Ireland, and North America Identified & Promoted: In the Development of the Vast Resources of Ireland and British North America, By the Employment, for the Next Ten Years, of 250,000 Families of the Destitute Peasantry of Ireland, Improperly Called Redundant Population. London: Johnson, 1847.

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