APA Citation

Colonist. (1816). A letter to the members of the imperial Parliament, referring to the evidence contained in the proceedings of the House of Assembly of Jamaica: And shewing the injurious and unconstitutional tendency of the proposed Slave registry bill. London: J.M. Richardson.

Chicago Style Citation

Colonist. A Letter to the Members of the Imperial Parliament, Referring to the Evidence Contained in the Proceedings of the House of Assembly of Jamaica: And Shewing the Injurious and Unconstitutional Tendency of the Proposed Slave Registry Bill. London: J.M. Richardson, 1816.

MLA Citation

Colonist. A Letter to the Members of the Imperial Parliament, Referring to the Evidence Contained in the Proceedings of the House of Assembly of Jamaica: And Shewing the Injurious and Unconstitutional Tendency of the Proposed Slave Registry Bill. London: J.M. Richardson, 1816.

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