APA Citation

(1700). The woful lamentation of Jane Shore: A goldsmith's wife, in London, sometime King Edward the Fourth's concubine, who for her wanton life came to a miserable end: set forth for the example of all wicked livers. To the tune of, Live with me, &c. [London]: Printed by and for W.O. and sold by C[.] Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Pye-corner.

Chicago Style Citation

The Woful Lamentation of Jane Shore: A Goldsmith's Wife, in London, Sometime King Edward the Fourth's Concubine, Who for Her Wanton Life Came to a Miserable End: Set Forth for the Example of All Wicked Livers. To the Tune Of, Live With Me, &c. [London]: Printed by and for W.O. and sold by C[.] Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Pye-corner, 1700.

MLA Citation

The Woful Lamentation of Jane Shore: A Goldsmith's Wife, in London, Sometime King Edward the Fourth's Concubine, Who for Her Wanton Life Came to a Miserable End: Set Forth for the Example of All Wicked Livers. To the Tune Of, Live With Me, &c. [London]: Printed by and for W.O. and sold by C[.] Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Pye-corner, 1700.

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