APA Citation

(1836). <<The>> factory question and the factory agitation: Calmly considered, in a letter to those millowners, who are the friends of the factory children, and who are endeavouring, as far as possible, to obey the present Factories' Regulation Act. London: Simpkin and Marshall.

Chicago Style Citation

<<The>> Factory Question and the Factory Agitation: Calmly Considered, in a Letter to Those Millowners, Who Are the Friends of the Factory Children, and Who Are Endeavouring, As Far As Possible, to Obey the Present Factories' Regulation Act. London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1836.

MLA Citation

<<The>> Factory Question and the Factory Agitation: Calmly Considered, in a Letter to Those Millowners, Who Are the Friends of the Factory Children, and Who Are Endeavouring, As Far As Possible, to Obey the Present Factories' Regulation Act. London: Simpkin and Marshall, 1836.

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