APA (7th ed.) Citation

Carey, M. (1824). Fifty-one substantial reasons against any modification whatever of the existing tariff: Whereby the consistency and propriety of the opposition of the cotton planters, the tobacco planters and the merchants to the "infernal bill," are fully justified. Printed for H.C. Carey & I Lea.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Carey, Mathew. Fifty-one Substantial Reasons Against Any Modification Whatever of the Existing Tariff: Whereby the Consistency and Propriety of the Opposition of the Cotton Planters, the Tobacco Planters and the Merchants to the "Infernal Bill," Are Fully Justified. Philadelphia: Printed for H.C. Carey & I Lea, 1824.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Carey, Mathew. Fifty-one Substantial Reasons Against Any Modification Whatever of the Existing Tariff: Whereby the Consistency and Propriety of the Opposition of the Cotton Planters, the Tobacco Planters and the Merchants to the "Infernal Bill," Are Fully Justified. Printed for H.C. Carey & I Lea, 1824.


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