APA Citation

MacPhail, J. (1819). Observations, exhibiting the propriety and advantageous tendency of the poor laws: Their policy vindicated against the aspersions cast upon them by numerous authors, the state of England compared with that of Scotland, Ireland, and France, where no poor rate is levied, and means proposed for improving the condition of the poor and lowering the poor rate. London: Printed for J. Bumpus.

Chicago Style Citation

MacPhail, James. Observations, Exhibiting the Propriety and Advantageous Tendency of the Poor Laws: Their Policy Vindicated against the Aspersions Cast Upon Them By Numerous Authors, the State of England Compared With That of Scotland, Ireland, and France, Where No Poor Rate Is Levied, and Means Proposed for Improving the Condition of the Poor and Lowering the Poor Rate. London: Printed for J. Bumpus, 1819.

MLA Citation

MacPhail, James. Observations, Exhibiting the Propriety and Advantageous Tendency of the Poor Laws: Their Policy Vindicated against the Aspersions Cast Upon Them By Numerous Authors, the State of England Compared With That of Scotland, Ireland, and France, Where No Poor Rate Is Levied, and Means Proposed for Improving the Condition of the Poor and Lowering the Poor Rate. London: Printed for J. Bumpus, 1819.

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