APA Citation

(1787). A principal cause of the miseries of the poor: And of their great expence to the public, shewn: in hopes of getting these evils ... obviated, and so rendering the poor more happy ... and less burdensome to the community. Addressed to Thomas Gilbert, Esq. member for the city of Litchfield. London: printed for J. F. and C. Rivington.

Chicago Style Citation

A Principal Cause of the Miseries of the Poor: And of Their Great Expence to the Public, Shewn: In Hopes of Getting These Evils ... Obviated, and so Rendering the Poor More Happy ... and Less Burdensome to the Community. Addressed to Thomas Gilbert, Esq. Member for the City of Litchfield. London: printed for J. F. and C. Rivington, 1787.

MLA Citation

A Principal Cause of the Miseries of the Poor: And of Their Great Expence to the Public, Shewn: In Hopes of Getting These Evils ... Obviated, and so Rendering the Poor More Happy ... and Less Burdensome to the Community. Addressed to Thomas Gilbert, Esq. Member for the City of Litchfield. London: printed for J. F. and C. Rivington, 1787.

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