APA Citation

Bentley, T. (1793). A plain, humble, and earnest address to Parliament, in behalf of the poor and lower orders of British subjects: With a view to obtain an universal liberty of petition, a rational reform of Parliament, and a necessary division of farms, forests, and commons. [London].

Chicago Style Citation

Bentley, Thomas. A Plain, Humble, and Earnest Address to Parliament, in Behalf of the Poor and Lower Orders of British Subjects: With a View to Obtain an Universal Liberty of Petition, a Rational Reform of Parliament, and a Necessary Division of Farms, Forests, and Commons. [London], 1793.

MLA Citation

Bentley, Thomas. A Plain, Humble, and Earnest Address to Parliament, in Behalf of the Poor and Lower Orders of British Subjects: With a View to Obtain an Universal Liberty of Petition, a Rational Reform of Parliament, and a Necessary Division of Farms, Forests, and Commons. [London], 1793.

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