APA Citation

Featherstone, T. (1850). The rhyming temperance advocate, or, Old truths in a new dress: Being a set of teetotal speeches, with verses by which to call on every speaker : written for the purpose of carrying on a teetotal meeting entirely in poetry, or for individual recitation. Leeds, [England]: J. Kershaw.

Chicago Style Citation

Featherstone, Thomas. The Rhyming Temperance Advocate, Or, Old Truths in a New Dress: Being a Set of Teetotal Speeches, With Verses By Which to Call On Every Speaker : Written for the Purpose of Carrying On a Teetotal Meeting Entirely in Poetry, or for Individual Recitation. Leeds, [England]: J. Kershaw, 1850.

MLA Citation

Featherstone, Thomas. The Rhyming Temperance Advocate, Or, Old Truths in a New Dress: Being a Set of Teetotal Speeches, With Verses By Which to Call On Every Speaker : Written for the Purpose of Carrying On a Teetotal Meeting Entirely in Poetry, or for Individual Recitation. Leeds, [England]: J. Kershaw, 1850.

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