APA Citation

(1847). The Black book of England: Exhibiting the existing state, policy, and administration of the United Kingdom, in its executive government, legislature, established church, electoral representation, courts of law, public offices, colonies, national universities, House of Commons, London Corporation, &c. : with lists of the chief recipients of public pay in church and state. London: C. Mitchell.

Chicago Style Citation

The Black Book of England: Exhibiting the Existing State, Policy, and Administration of the United Kingdom, in Its Executive Government, Legislature, Established Church, Electoral Representation, Courts of Law, Public Offices, Colonies, National Universities, House of Commons, London Corporation, &c. : With Lists of the Chief Recipients of Public Pay in Church and State. London: C. Mitchell, 1847.

MLA Citation

The Black Book of England: Exhibiting the Existing State, Policy, and Administration of the United Kingdom, in Its Executive Government, Legislature, Established Church, Electoral Representation, Courts of Law, Public Offices, Colonies, National Universities, House of Commons, London Corporation, &c. : With Lists of the Chief Recipients of Public Pay in Church and State. London: C. Mitchell, 1847.

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