APA Citation

(1650). The faithful lovers downfal: or, The death of fair Phillis who killed her self for loss of her Philander: Phillis for loss of her Philander, through each grove doth wander; until she hears by fate he's slain, which causes her so to complain: o're-whelm'd in tears, she does conclude, to end her life, which soon ensu'd; for with her fatal dagger, she stab'd to the heart, sets sorrow free; dying with patience, braving fate, that to her love did her translate. To a pleasant new play-house tune: or, Oh! cruel bloody fate. London: printed for T[homas]. Vere, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-street without Newgate.

Chicago Style Citation

The Faithful Lovers Downfal: Or, The Death of Fair Phillis Who Killed Her Self for Loss of Her Philander: Phillis for Loss of Her Philander, Through Each Grove Doth Wander; Until She Hears By Fate He's Slain, Which Causes Her so to Complain: O're-whelm'd in Tears, She Does Conclude, to End Her Life, Which Soon Ensu'd; for With Her Fatal Dagger, She Stab'd to the Heart, Sets Sorrow Free; Dying With Patience, Braving Fate, That to Her Love Did Her Translate. To a Pleasant New Play-house Tune: Or, Oh! Cruel Bloody Fate. London: printed for T[homas]. Vere, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-street without Newgate, 1650.

MLA Citation

The Faithful Lovers Downfal: Or, The Death of Fair Phillis Who Killed Her Self for Loss of Her Philander: Phillis for Loss of Her Philander, Through Each Grove Doth Wander; Until She Hears By Fate He's Slain, Which Causes Her so to Complain: O're-whelm'd in Tears, She Does Conclude, to End Her Life, Which Soon Ensu'd; for With Her Fatal Dagger, She Stab'd to the Heart, Sets Sorrow Free; Dying With Patience, Braving Fate, That to Her Love Did Her Translate. To a Pleasant New Play-house Tune: Or, Oh! Cruel Bloody Fate. London: printed for T[homas]. Vere, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-street without Newgate, 1650.

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