APA Citation

Taunton, E. (1846). Principle confounding expediency, or, Adam Smith v. Sir Robert Peel, Bart: A remedy for panics in three months, a new trade for millions, an ample protection to land and labour, two petitions to Parliament, returns of the Calcutta mint on my principle. Birmingham, [England]: Printed for the author, and may be had of him.

Chicago Style Citation

Taunton, Edmund. Principle Confounding Expediency, Or, Adam Smith V. Sir Robert Peel, Bart: A Remedy for Panics in Three Months, a New Trade for Millions, an Ample Protection to Land and Labour, Two Petitions to Parliament, Returns of the Calcutta Mint On My Principle. Birmingham, [England]: Printed for the author, and may be had of him, 1846.

MLA Citation

Taunton, Edmund. Principle Confounding Expediency, Or, Adam Smith V. Sir Robert Peel, Bart: A Remedy for Panics in Three Months, a New Trade for Millions, an Ample Protection to Land and Labour, Two Petitions to Parliament, Returns of the Calcutta Mint On My Principle. Birmingham, [England]: Printed for the author, and may be had of him, 1846.

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