APA Citation

Tracy, D., & Feagan, D. (1799). A letter from Darby Tracy, Chairman, in London, to Mr. Denis Feagan, Breeches-maker, at Edenderry: Wherein is clearly proved the effects which an union with Great Britain will have on the interest and happiness of the common people of Ireland. [Ireland: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Tracy, Darby., and Denis Feagan. A Letter From Darby Tracy, Chairman, in London, to Mr. Denis Feagan, Breeches-maker, At Edenderry: Wherein Is Clearly Proved the Effects Which an Union With Great Britain Will Have On the Interest and Happiness of the Common People of Ireland. [Ireland: s.n.], 1799.

MLA Citation

Tracy, Darby., and Denis Feagan. A Letter From Darby Tracy, Chairman, in London, to Mr. Denis Feagan, Breeches-maker, At Edenderry: Wherein Is Clearly Proved the Effects Which an Union With Great Britain Will Have On the Interest and Happiness of the Common People of Ireland. [Ireland: s.n.], 1799.

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