APA Citation

Friend to Indian railways., & Broughton, J. C. H. (1849). A letter to the Right Honourable Sir John Cam Hobhouse, bart., M.P., president of the board of control: On the existing Indian railway companies and particularly the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company : showing that their projects would be useless to the country, expensive to the government, and unprofitable to the shareholders. [England?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Friend to Indian railways., and John Cam Hobhouse Broughton. A Letter to the Right Honourable Sir John Cam Hobhouse, Bart., M.P., President of the Board of Control: On the Existing Indian Railway Companies and Particularly the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company : Showing That Their Projects Would Be Useless to the Country, Expensive to the Government, and Unprofitable to the Shareholders. [England?: s.n.], 1849.

MLA Citation

Friend to Indian railways., and John Cam Hobhouse Broughton. A Letter to the Right Honourable Sir John Cam Hobhouse, Bart., M.P., President of the Board of Control: On the Existing Indian Railway Companies and Particularly the Great Indian Peninsula Railway Company : Showing That Their Projects Would Be Useless to the Country, Expensive to the Government, and Unprofitable to the Shareholders. [England?: s.n.], 1849.

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