APA Citation

(1663). News from Hide-Park. Or, A very merry passage which happened betwixt a north country gentleman, and a very gaudy gallant lady of pleasure: Whom he took up in the parke, & conducted her (in her own coach) home to her lodging, and what chanced there, if you'll venture attention the song will declare. To the tune of, The crost couple. London,: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright.

Chicago Style Citation

News From Hide-Park. Or, A Very Merry Passage Which Happened Betwixt a North Country Gentleman, and a Very Gaudy Gallant Lady of Pleasure: Whom He Took Up in the Parke, & Conducted Her (in Her Own Coach) Home to Her Lodging, and What Chanced There, If You'll Venture Attention the Song Will Declare. To the Tune Of, The Crost Couple. London,: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright, 1663.

MLA Citation

News From Hide-Park. Or, A Very Merry Passage Which Happened Betwixt a North Country Gentleman, and a Very Gaudy Gallant Lady of Pleasure: Whom He Took Up in the Parke, & Conducted Her (in Her Own Coach) Home to Her Lodging, and What Chanced There, If You'll Venture Attention the Song Will Declare. To the Tune Of, The Crost Couple. London,: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright, 1663.

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