APA (7th ed.) Citation

Fellow labourer. (1827). An address to the members of trade societies, and to the working classes generally: Being an exposition of the relative situation, condition, and future prospects of working people in the United States of America : together with a suggestion and outlines of a plan, by which they may gradually and indefinitely improve their condition. [s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Fellow labourer. An Address to the Members of Trade Societies, and to the Working Classes Generally: Being an Exposition of the Relative Situation, Condition, and Future Prospects of Working People in the United States of America : Together with a Suggestion and Outlines of a Plan, by Which They May Gradually and Indefinitely Improve Their Condition. London: [s.n.], 1827.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Fellow labourer. An Address to the Members of Trade Societies, and to the Working Classes Generally: Being an Exposition of the Relative Situation, Condition, and Future Prospects of Working People in the United States of America : Together with a Suggestion and Outlines of a Plan, by Which They May Gradually and Indefinitely Improve Their Condition. [s.n.], 1827.


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