APA Citation

(1837). <<The>> factory question: Considered in relation to its effects on the health and morals of those employed in factories, and the "ten hours bill," in relation to its effects upon the manufactures of England, and those of foreign countries. London: J. Ridgway and Sons.

Chicago Style Citation

<<The>> Factory Question: Considered in Relation to Its Effects On the Health and Morals of Those Employed in Factories, and the "ten Hours Bill," in Relation to Its Effects Upon the Manufactures of England, and Those of Foreign Countries. London: J. Ridgway and Sons, 1837.

MLA Citation

<<The>> Factory Question: Considered in Relation to Its Effects On the Health and Morals of Those Employed in Factories, and the "ten Hours Bill," in Relation to Its Effects Upon the Manufactures of England, and Those of Foreign Countries. London: J. Ridgway and Sons, 1837.

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