APA Citation

(1610). A most pleasant comedie of Mucedorus the Kings sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kinges daughter of Aragon: With the merry conceites of Mouse. Amplified with new additions, as it was acted before the Kings Maiestie at White-hall on Shroue-sunday night. By his Highnes Seruantes vsually playing at the Globe. Very delectable, and full of coneeited [sic] mirth. Imprinted at London: [By William White] for William Iones, dwelling neare Holborne Conduite at the signe of the Gunne.

Chicago Style Citation

A Most Pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus the Kings Sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kinges Daughter of Aragon: With the Merry Conceites of Mouse. Amplified With New Additions, As It Was Acted Before the Kings Maiestie At White-hall On Shroue-sunday Night. By His Highnes Seruantes Vsually Playing At the Globe. Very Delectable, and Full of Coneeited [sic] Mirth. Imprinted at London: [By William White] for William Iones, dwelling neare Holborne Conduite at the signe of the Gunne, 1610.

MLA Citation

A Most Pleasant Comedie of Mucedorus the Kings Sonne of Valentia, and Amadine the Kinges Daughter of Aragon: With the Merry Conceites of Mouse. Amplified With New Additions, As It Was Acted Before the Kings Maiestie At White-hall On Shroue-sunday Night. By His Highnes Seruantes Vsually Playing At the Globe. Very Delectable, and Full of Coneeited [sic] Mirth. Imprinted at London: [By William White] for William Iones, dwelling neare Holborne Conduite at the signe of the Gunne, 1610.

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