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APA Citation

New Hampshire.  (1819).  Laws of the state of New-Hampshire, June session, 1819.  [Exeter, N.H :  Charles Norris

MLA Citation

New Hampshire.  Laws of the state of New-Hampshire, June session, 1819 [microform]  Charles Norris [Exeter, N.H  1819

Australian/Harvard Citation

New Hampshire.  1819,  Laws of the state of New-Hampshire, June session, 1819 [microform]  Charles Norris [Exeter, N.H

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