APA Citation

Skerrett, J. R. A., & A citizen of Philadelphia, p. (1826). The claims of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, to a repeal of the law of Pennsylvania, passed April 6th, 1825, entitled, "An act relative to the Delaware and Raritan Canal, to be constructed in New Jersey," and to the assent of Pennsylvania, under just and equitable provisions, to the use of the water of the Delaware, for the supply of a canal between the tide-waters of the Delaware and Raritan rivers, suitable for the passage of vessels of the burden of one hundred tons and upwards. Philadelphia:: Printed by Joseph R.A. Skerrett.

Chicago Style Citation

Skerrett, Joseph R. A., and pseud A citizen of Philadelphia. The Claims of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, to a Repeal of the Law of Pennsylvania, Passed April 6th, 1825, Entitled, "An Act Relative to the Delaware and Raritan Canal, to Be Constructed in New Jersey," and to the Assent of Pennsylvania, Under Just and Equitable Provisions, to the Use of the Water of the Delaware, for the Supply of a Canal between the Tide-waters of the Delaware and Raritan Rivers, Suitable for the Passage of Vessels of the Burden of One Hundred Tons and Upwards. Philadelphia:: Printed by Joseph R.A. Skerrett, 1826.

MLA Citation

Skerrett, Joseph R. A., and pseud A citizen of Philadelphia. The Claims of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, to a Repeal of the Law of Pennsylvania, Passed April 6th, 1825, Entitled, "An Act Relative to the Delaware and Raritan Canal, to Be Constructed in New Jersey," and to the Assent of Pennsylvania, Under Just and Equitable Provisions, to the Use of the Water of the Delaware, for the Supply of a Canal between the Tide-waters of the Delaware and Raritan Rivers, Suitable for the Passage of Vessels of the Burden of One Hundred Tons and Upwards. Philadelphia:: Printed by Joseph R.A. Skerrett, 1826.

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