APA Citation

Burne, P. (1847). The teetotaler's companion, or, A plea for temperance: Being an exposition of the personal, domestic, and national evils that result from the present drinking custom of society : the use of intoxicating liquors being proved inimical to social, moral, religious, physical, mental, commercial, and political economy : with a history of the temperance movement : showing also the benefits that have and must follow the adoption of total abstinence. London: A. Hall and Co..

Chicago Style Citation

Burne, Peter. The Teetotaler's Companion, Or, A Plea for Temperance: Being an Exposition of the Personal, Domestic, and National Evils That Result From the Present Drinking Custom of Society : The Use of Intoxicating Liquors Being Proved Inimical to Social, Moral, Religious, Physical, Mental, Commercial, and Political Economy : With a History of the Temperance Movement : Showing Also the Benefits That Have and Must Follow the Adoption of Total Abstinence. London: A. Hall and Co., 1847.

MLA Citation

Burne, Peter. The Teetotaler's Companion, Or, A Plea for Temperance: Being an Exposition of the Personal, Domestic, and National Evils That Result From the Present Drinking Custom of Society : The Use of Intoxicating Liquors Being Proved Inimical to Social, Moral, Religious, Physical, Mental, Commercial, and Political Economy : With a History of the Temperance Movement : Showing Also the Benefits That Have and Must Follow the Adoption of Total Abstinence. London: A. Hall and Co., 1847.

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