APA Citation

Carey, M. (1836). Letters on the condition of the poor addressed to Alexander Henry, Esq., containing a vindication of poor laws and benevolent societies: Proofs of the injustice of the general censure of the poor, for extravagance, dissipation, etc., : instances of intense suffering in Philadelphia not exceeded in London or Paris : with examples of the gross inconsitency of the Edinburgh review on the subject of poor laws (3rd ed., improved.). Philadelphia: Printed by Haswell & Barrington.

Chicago Style Citation

Carey, Mathew. Letters On the Condition of the Poor Addressed to Alexander Henry, Esq., Containing a Vindication of Poor Laws and Benevolent Societies: Proofs of the Injustice of the General Censure of the Poor, for Extravagance, Dissipation, Etc., : Instances of Intense Suffering in Philadelphia Not Exceeded in London or Paris : With Examples of the Gross Inconsitency of the Edinburgh Review On the Subject of Poor Laws. 3rd ed., improved. Philadelphia: Printed by Haswell & Barrington, 1836.

MLA Citation

Carey, Mathew. Letters On the Condition of the Poor Addressed to Alexander Henry, Esq., Containing a Vindication of Poor Laws and Benevolent Societies: Proofs of the Injustice of the General Censure of the Poor, for Extravagance, Dissipation, Etc., : Instances of Intense Suffering in Philadelphia Not Exceeded in London or Paris : With Examples of the Gross Inconsitency of the Edinburgh Review On the Subject of Poor Laws. 3rd ed., improved. Philadelphia: Printed by Haswell & Barrington, 1836.

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