APA Citation

Russell, H., Cook, E., & Seguin, A. E. S. (1840). I love, I love the free / as sung with unbounded applause by Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the music composed & dedicated as a mark of respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire by Henry Russell: As sung with unbounded applause by Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the music composed & dedicated as a mark of respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire by Henry Russell (3rd ed.). Boston (17 Tremont Row, Boston): Geo. P. Reed.

Chicago Style Citation

Russell, Henry, Eliza Cook, and Arthur Edward Shelden Seguin. I Love, I Love the Free / As Sung With Unbounded Applause By Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the Music Composed & Dedicated As a Mark of Respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire By Henry Russell: As Sung With Unbounded Applause By Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the Music Composed & Dedicated As a Mark of Respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire By Henry Russell. 3rd ed. Boston (17 Tremont Row, Boston): Geo. P. Reed, 1840.

MLA Citation

Russell, Henry, Eliza Cook, and Arthur Edward Shelden Seguin. I Love, I Love the Free / As Sung With Unbounded Applause By Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the Music Composed & Dedicated As a Mark of Respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire By Henry Russell: As Sung With Unbounded Applause By Mr. Seguin and H. Russell ; the Music Composed & Dedicated As a Mark of Respect to Henry B. Smith, Esquire By Henry Russell. 3rd ed. Boston (17 Tremont Row, Boston): Geo. P. Reed, 1840.

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