APA Citation

(1635). The famous history of George, Lord Fauconbridge bastard son to Richard Cordelion King of England: Begotten in his royall tower, upon the princely Clarabell, daughter to Don Iohn, Duke of Austria, surnamed, the worlds faire concubine. Shewing his knightly adventures, dignified victories, with his life and death, spent in the honour of God and his country: never wearing any other garment, but that lyons skin, by which his kingly father challenged his lyon-like title. London: Printed by I. B[eale] and are to bee sold by Iohn Wright junior, at the signe of the Sunne, at the lower end of Snow-hill.

Chicago Style Citation

The Famous History of George, Lord Fauconbridge Bastard Son to Richard Cordelion King of England: Begotten in His Royall Tower, Upon the Princely Clarabell, Daughter to Don Iohn, Duke of Austria, Surnamed, the Worlds Faire Concubine. Shewing His Knightly Adventures, Dignified Victories, With His Life and Death, Spent in the Honour of God and His Country: Never Wearing Any Other Garment, but That Lyons Skin, By Which His Kingly Father Challenged His Lyon-like Title. London: Printed by I. B[eale] and are to bee sold by Iohn Wright junior, at the signe of the Sunne, at the lower end of Snow-hill, 1635.

MLA Citation

The Famous History of George, Lord Fauconbridge Bastard Son to Richard Cordelion King of England: Begotten in His Royall Tower, Upon the Princely Clarabell, Daughter to Don Iohn, Duke of Austria, Surnamed, the Worlds Faire Concubine. Shewing His Knightly Adventures, Dignified Victories, With His Life and Death, Spent in the Honour of God and His Country: Never Wearing Any Other Garment, but That Lyons Skin, By Which His Kingly Father Challenged His Lyon-like Title. London: Printed by I. B[eale] and are to bee sold by Iohn Wright junior, at the signe of the Sunne, at the lower end of Snow-hill, 1635.

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