APA Citation

Goodfellow, R. (1630). Tarltons nevves out of purgatory: Onely such a iest as his iigge, fit for gentlemen to laugh at an houre, &c. Published by an old companion of his, Robin Goodfellow. London: Printed by George Purslowe, and are to be sold by Francis Groue, on Snow-hill, at the signe of the Wind-mill, neere vnto St. Sepulchres Church.

Chicago Style Citation

Goodfellow, Robin. Tarltons Nevves Out of Purgatory: Onely Such a Iest As His Iigge, Fit for Gentlemen to Laugh At an Houre, &c. Published By an Old Companion of His, Robin Goodfellow. London: Printed by George Purslowe, and are to be sold by Francis Groue, on Snow-hill, at the signe of the Wind-mill, neere vnto St. Sepulchres Church, 1630.

MLA Citation

Goodfellow, Robin. Tarltons Nevves Out of Purgatory: Onely Such a Iest As His Iigge, Fit for Gentlemen to Laugh At an Houre, &c. Published By an Old Companion of His, Robin Goodfellow. London: Printed by George Purslowe, and are to be sold by Francis Groue, on Snow-hill, at the signe of the Wind-mill, neere vnto St. Sepulchres Church, 1630.

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