APA (7th ed.) Citation

Carleton, M. (1732). The life and character of Mrs. Mary Moders: Alias Mary Stedman, alias Mary Carleton, alias Mary ------- the famous German princess. Being an historical relation of her birth, and fortunes, with the Havock and Spoil she committed upon the Publick in the Reign of King Charles the Second. Together with her tragical fall at Tyburn, on the 22d of January 1678; added b way of appendix (The second edition.). printed for J. Cooke in High-Holborn, and sold by the booksellers, and pamphlet-sellers in the cities of London and Westminster.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Carleton, Mary. The Life and Character of Mrs. Mary Moders: Alias Mary Stedman, Alias Mary Carleton, Alias Mary ------- the Famous German Princess. Being an Historical Relation of Her Birth, and Fortunes, with the Havock and Spoil She Committed upon the Publick in the Reign of King Charles the Second. Together with Her Tragical Fall at Tyburn, on the 22d of January 1678; Added B Way of Appendix. The second edition. London: printed for J. Cooke in High-Holborn, and sold by the booksellers, and pamphlet-sellers in the cities of London and Westminster, 1732.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Carleton, Mary. The Life and Character of Mrs. Mary Moders: Alias Mary Stedman, Alias Mary Carleton, Alias Mary ------- the Famous German Princess. Being an Historical Relation of Her Birth, and Fortunes, with the Havock and Spoil She Committed upon the Publick in the Reign of King Charles the Second. Together with Her Tragical Fall at Tyburn, on the 22d of January 1678; Added B Way of Appendix. The second edition. printed for J. Cooke in High-Holborn, and sold by the booksellers, and pamphlet-sellers in the cities of London and Westminster, 1732.


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