APA Citation

Jonson, B. (1604). B. Ion: his part of King Iames his royall and magnificent entertainement through his honorable cittie of London, Thurseday the 15. of March. 1603: So much as was presented in the first and last of their triumphall arch's. With his speach made to the last presentation, in the Strand, erected by the inhabitants of the Dutchy, and Westminster. Also, a briefe panegyre of his Maiesties first and well auspicated entrance to his high Court of Parliament, on Monday, the 19. of the same moneth. With other additions. Printed at London: By V[alentine] S[immes and George Eld] for Edward Blount.

Chicago Style Citation

Jonson, Ben. B. Ion: His Part of King Iames His Royall and Magnificent Entertainement Through His Honorable Cittie of London, Thurseday the 15. of March. 1603: So Much As Was Presented in the First and Last of Their Triumphall Arch's. With His Speach Made to the Last Presentation, in the Strand, Erected By the Inhabitants of the Dutchy, and Westminster. Also, a Briefe Panegyre of His Maiesties First and Well Auspicated Entrance to His High Court of Parliament, On Monday, the 19. of the Same Moneth. With Other Additions. Printed at London: By V[alentine] S[immes and George Eld] for Edward Blount, 1604.

MLA Citation

Jonson, Ben. B. Ion: His Part of King Iames His Royall and Magnificent Entertainement Through His Honorable Cittie of London, Thurseday the 15. of March. 1603: So Much As Was Presented in the First and Last of Their Triumphall Arch's. With His Speach Made to the Last Presentation, in the Strand, Erected By the Inhabitants of the Dutchy, and Westminster. Also, a Briefe Panegyre of His Maiesties First and Well Auspicated Entrance to His High Court of Parliament, On Monday, the 19. of the Same Moneth. With Other Additions. Printed at London: By V[alentine] S[immes and George Eld] for Edward Blount, 1604.

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