APA Citation

Monteagle of Brandon, T. S. (1847). Emigration-Ireland: The speech of the Lord Monteagle, on moving "that a select committee be appointed to consider the means by which colonisation may be made subsidiary to other measures, for the improvement of the social condition of Ireland, and by which, with full regard to the interests of the colonies themselves, the comfort and prosperity of those who emigrate may be effecually promoted," in the House of Lords, Friday, June 4th, 1847. [London: G. Woodfall].

Chicago Style Citation

Monteagle of Brandon, Thomas Spring-Rice. Emigration-Ireland: The Speech of the Lord Monteagle, On Moving "that a Select Committee Be Appointed to Consider the Means By Which Colonisation May Be Made Subsidiary to Other Measures, for the Improvement of the Social Condition of Ireland, and By Which, With Full Regard to the Interests of the Colonies Themselves, the Comfort and Prosperity of Those Who Emigrate May Be Effecually Promoted," in the House of Lords, Friday, June 4th, 1847. [London: G. Woodfall], 1847.

MLA Citation

Monteagle of Brandon, Thomas Spring-Rice. Emigration-Ireland: The Speech of the Lord Monteagle, On Moving "that a Select Committee Be Appointed to Consider the Means By Which Colonisation May Be Made Subsidiary to Other Measures, for the Improvement of the Social Condition of Ireland, and By Which, With Full Regard to the Interests of the Colonies Themselves, the Comfort and Prosperity of Those Who Emigrate May Be Effecually Promoted," in the House of Lords, Friday, June 4th, 1847. [London: G. Woodfall], 1847.

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