APA Citation

Pettman, W. (1823). An address to the members of both houses of Parliament: On the injury the landholders sustain for the want of a protecting duty on imported corn, and by the inequality of their present burthens for the support of His Majesty's government and the poor, with a few hints on the expediency of equalizing the poor rates, and on the propriety of adopting some means to regulate the proceedings at county meetings. [England?: s.n.].

Chicago Style Citation

Pettman, William. An Address to the Members of Both Houses of Parliament: On the Injury the Landholders Sustain for the Want of a Protecting Duty On Imported Corn, and By the Inequality of Their Present Burthens for the Support of His Majesty's Government and the Poor, With a Few Hints On the Expediency of Equalizing the Poor Rates, and On the Propriety of Adopting Some Means to Regulate the Proceedings At County Meetings. [England?: s.n.], 1823.

MLA Citation

Pettman, William. An Address to the Members of Both Houses of Parliament: On the Injury the Landholders Sustain for the Want of a Protecting Duty On Imported Corn, and By the Inequality of Their Present Burthens for the Support of His Majesty's Government and the Poor, With a Few Hints On the Expediency of Equalizing the Poor Rates, and On the Propriety of Adopting Some Means to Regulate the Proceedings At County Meetings. [England?: s.n.], 1823.

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