APA Citation

Porter, J. G. V. (1844). Ireland: The union of 1801, 41 Geo. III., Cap. 47 ... does and always will draw away from Ireland her men of skill, genius, capital and rank ... : a federal ... union between Great Britain and Ireland inevitable, and most desirable for both islands : Lord John Russell and the Whigs better conservatives than Sir Robert Peel and the Tories (3rd ed.). London: Ridgway.

Chicago Style Citation

Porter, John Grey V. Ireland: The Union of 1801, 41 Geo. III., Cap. 47 ... Does and Always Will Draw Away From Ireland Her Men of Skill, Genius, Capital and Rank ... : A Federal ... Union between Great Britain and Ireland Inevitable, and Most Desirable for Both Islands : Lord John Russell and the Whigs Better Conservatives Than Sir Robert Peel and the Tories. 3rd ed. London: Ridgway, 1844.

MLA Citation

Porter, John Grey V. Ireland: The Union of 1801, 41 Geo. III., Cap. 47 ... Does and Always Will Draw Away From Ireland Her Men of Skill, Genius, Capital and Rank ... : A Federal ... Union between Great Britain and Ireland Inevitable, and Most Desirable for Both Islands : Lord John Russell and the Whigs Better Conservatives Than Sir Robert Peel and the Tories. 3rd ed. London: Ridgway, 1844.

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