APA Citation

Sincere friend to humanity, t. p. (1799). A sketch of the most obvious causes of the poverty, ignorance, and general want of civilization amongst the peasantry of Ireland, and a comparison between their situation and that of the peasantry of Great Britain: With a practicable plan for improving their manners, and for making their circumstances more eligible than they have ever been, chiefly by a liberal attention to the education of the rising generation, and by the establishment of poor laws, and taxes for their permanent relief. To which are annexed, impartial stictures on the proposed legislative union between Ireland and Britain; questions relative to it, and to the English minister ... Dublin: Printed for J. Milliken.

Chicago Style Citation

Sincere friend to humanity, to peace. A Sketch of the Most Obvious Causes of the Poverty, Ignorance, and General Want of Civilization Amongst the Peasantry of Ireland, and a Comparison between Their Situation and That of the Peasantry of Great Britain: With a Practicable Plan for Improving Their Manners, and for Making Their Circumstances More Eligible Than They Have Ever Been, Chiefly By a Liberal Attention to the Education of the Rising Generation, and By the Establishment of Poor Laws, and Taxes for Their Permanent Relief. To Which Are Annexed, Impartial Stictures On the Proposed Legislative Union between Ireland and Britain; Questions Relative to It, and to the English Minister ... Dublin: Printed for J. Milliken, 1799.

MLA Citation

Sincere friend to humanity, to peace. A Sketch of the Most Obvious Causes of the Poverty, Ignorance, and General Want of Civilization Amongst the Peasantry of Ireland, and a Comparison between Their Situation and That of the Peasantry of Great Britain: With a Practicable Plan for Improving Their Manners, and for Making Their Circumstances More Eligible Than They Have Ever Been, Chiefly By a Liberal Attention to the Education of the Rising Generation, and By the Establishment of Poor Laws, and Taxes for Their Permanent Relief. To Which Are Annexed, Impartial Stictures On the Proposed Legislative Union between Ireland and Britain; Questions Relative to It, and to the English Minister ... Dublin: Printed for J. Milliken, 1799.

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