APA (7th ed.) Citation

Deloney, T. (1655). The pleasant historie of John Winchcomb, in his yonger years called, Jack of Newberie, the famous & worthy clothier of England: Declaring his life and love, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitalities. And how hee set continually five hundred poor people at work, to the great benefit of the Commonwealth: worthy to be read and regarded (Now the eleventh time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged by T. D.). Printed by W. D. and are to be sold by Thomas Vere, at the sign of the Angel without Newgate.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Deloney, Thomas. The Pleasant Historie of John Winchcomb, in His Yonger Years Called, Jack of Newberie, the Famous & Worthy Clothier of England: Declaring His Life and Love, Together with His Charitable Deeds and Great Hospitalities. And How Hee Set Continually Five Hundred Poor People at Work, to the Great Benefit of the Commonwealth: Worthy to Be Read and Regarded. Now the eleventh time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged by T. D. London: Printed by W. D. and are to be sold by Thomas Vere, at the sign of the Angel without Newgate, 1655.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Deloney, Thomas. The Pleasant Historie of John Winchcomb, in His Yonger Years Called, Jack of Newberie, the Famous & Worthy Clothier of England: Declaring His Life and Love, Together with His Charitable Deeds and Great Hospitalities. And How Hee Set Continually Five Hundred Poor People at Work, to the Great Benefit of the Commonwealth: Worthy to Be Read and Regarded. Now the eleventh time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged by T. D. Printed by W. D. and are to be sold by Thomas Vere, at the sign of the Angel without Newgate, 1655.


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