APA (7th ed.) Citation

Bentham, J. (1803). A plea for the Constitution: Shewing the enormities committed to the oppression of British subjects, innocent as well as guilty, in breach of Magna Carta, the petition of rightthe Habeas Corpus Act, and the Bill of rights, as likewise of the several transportation acts, in and by the design, foundation and government of the penal colony of New South Wales : including an inquiry into the right of the Crown to legislate without parliament in Trinidad, and other British colonies. Printed for Mawman, Poultry; and Hatchard, Piccadilly, by Wilks and Taylor.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Bentham, Jeremy. A Plea for the Constitution: Shewing the Enormities Committed to the Oppression of British Subjects, Innocent as Well as Guilty, in Breach of Magna Carta, the Petition of Rightthe Habeas Corpus Act, and the Bill of Rights, as Likewise of the Several Transportation Acts, in and by the Design, Foundation and Government of the Penal Colony of New South Wales : Including an Inquiry into the Right of the Crown to Legislate Without Parliament in Trinidad, and Other British Colonies. London: Printed for Mawman, Poultry; and Hatchard, Piccadilly, by Wilks and Taylor, 1803.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Bentham, Jeremy. A Plea for the Constitution: Shewing the Enormities Committed to the Oppression of British Subjects, Innocent as Well as Guilty, in Breach of Magna Carta, the Petition of Rightthe Habeas Corpus Act, and the Bill of Rights, as Likewise of the Several Transportation Acts, in and by the Design, Foundation and Government of the Penal Colony of New South Wales : Including an Inquiry into the Right of the Crown to Legislate Without Parliament in Trinidad, and Other British Colonies. Printed for Mawman, Poultry; and Hatchard, Piccadilly, by Wilks and Taylor, 1803.

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