APA Citation

Murch, S. (1843). Ten objections against the Factories' education bill: With an address to the people of England, setting forth its unlimited and despotic power, Sir Henry Gliss' appeal to the nation ... and the state's right to educate examined. London: T. Ward.

Chicago Style Citation

Murch, Spencer. Ten Objections against the Factories' Education Bill: With an Address to the People of England, Setting Forth Its Unlimited and Despotic Power, Sir Henry Gliss' Appeal to the Nation ... and the State's Right to Educate Examined. London: T. Ward, 1843.

MLA Citation

Murch, Spencer. Ten Objections against the Factories' Education Bill: With an Address to the People of England, Setting Forth Its Unlimited and Despotic Power, Sir Henry Gliss' Appeal to the Nation ... and the State's Right to Educate Examined. London: T. Ward, 1843.

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