Parts of the morning hour : a speech delivered by Mr. Burges, of Rhode Island, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 20, and 26, 1834, when the Secretary of the Treasury's reasons for removing the public money, were under consideration, in the resolution of Mr. Mardis, of Alabama, and the amendment offered by him.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Burges, T. Parts of the morning hour: a speech delivered by Mr. Burges, of Rhode Island, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 20, and 26, 1834, when the Secretary of the Treasury's reasons for removing the public money, were under consideration, in the resolution of Mr. Mardis, of Alabama, and the amendment offered by him .

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Burges, Tristam, 1770-1853. Parts of the Morning Hour: A Speech Delivered By Mr. Burges, of Rhode Island, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 20, and 26, 1834, When the Secretary of the Treasury's Reasons for Removing the Public Money, Were Under Consideration, in the Resolution of Mr. Mardis, of Alabama, and the Amendment Offered By Him. Washington.

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Burges, Tristam, 1770-1853. Parts of the Morning Hour: A Speech Delivered By Mr. Burges, of Rhode Island, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 20, and 26, 1834, When the Secretary of the Treasury's Reasons for Removing the Public Money, Were Under Consideration, in the Resolution of Mr. Mardis, of Alabama, and the Amendment Offered By Him Washington.

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Burges, Tristam. Parts of the Morning Hour: A Speech Delivered By Mr. Burges, of Rhode Island, in the House of Representatives, March 18, 20, and 26, 1834, When the Secretary of the Treasury's Reasons for Removing the Public Money, Were Under Consideration, in the Resolution of Mr. Mardis, of Alabama, and the Amendment Offered By Him

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