APA (7th ed.) Citation

Macnab, H. G. (1819). The new views of Mr. Owen of Lanark: Impartially examined as rational means of ultimately promoting the productive industry, comfort, moral improvement, and happiness of the labouring classes of society, and of the poor, and of training up children in the way in which they should go : also observations on the New Lanark School, and on the systems of education of Mr. Owen, of the Rev. Dr. Bell, and that of the new British and foreign system of mututal instruction. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Macnab, Henry Grey. The New Views of Mr. Owen of Lanark: Impartially Examined as Rational Means of Ultimately Promoting the Productive Industry, Comfort, Moral Improvement, and Happiness of the Labouring Classes of Society, and of the Poor, and of Training Up Children in the Way in Which They Should Go : Also Observations on the New Lanark School, and on the Systems of Education of Mr. Owen, of the Rev. Dr. Bell, and That of the New British and Foreign System of Mututal Instruction. London: Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, 1819.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Macnab, Henry Grey. The New Views of Mr. Owen of Lanark: Impartially Examined as Rational Means of Ultimately Promoting the Productive Industry, Comfort, Moral Improvement, and Happiness of the Labouring Classes of Society, and of the Poor, and of Training Up Children in the Way in Which They Should Go : Also Observations on the New Lanark School, and on the Systems of Education of Mr. Owen, of the Rev. Dr. Bell, and That of the New British and Foreign System of Mututal Instruction. Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, 1819.


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