APA Citation

Maxwell, J. I. (1816). Wine-vaults vindicated: Remarks upon the partial and arbitrary conduct of magistrates with respect to publicans licences, brewers leases, &c. with a refutation of the cruel and unjust aspersions cast upon the retailers of wines and spirits; remarks upon the evidence before the police committee ... : addressed to the Hon. H.G. Bennett, M.P. London: Hughes [et al.].

Chicago Style Citation

Maxwell, John Irving. Wine-vaults Vindicated: Remarks Upon the Partial and Arbitrary Conduct of Magistrates With Respect to Publicans Licences, Brewers Leases, &c. With a Refutation of the Cruel and Unjust Aspersions Cast Upon the Retailers of Wines and Spirits; Remarks Upon the Evidence Before the Police Committee ... : Addressed to the Hon. H.G. Bennett, M.P. London: Hughes [et al.], 1816.

MLA Citation

Maxwell, John Irving. Wine-vaults Vindicated: Remarks Upon the Partial and Arbitrary Conduct of Magistrates With Respect to Publicans Licences, Brewers Leases, &c. With a Refutation of the Cruel and Unjust Aspersions Cast Upon the Retailers of Wines and Spirits; Remarks Upon the Evidence Before the Police Committee ... : Addressed to the Hon. H.G. Bennett, M.P. London: Hughes [et al.], 1816.

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