APA Citation

(1730). An excellent ballad of the deposing of King Richard the Second: And how, after many miseries, he was barbarously murder'd in Pomfret Castle. Tune of, Regard my sorrows. Northampton: printed by William Dicey; and sold by William Peachey, near St. Bennet's Church in Cambridge; Matthias Dagnell, bookseller, and at Mr. Burnham's Snuff-Shop in Aylesbury; Margaret Ward in Sun-Lane, Reading; John Timbs in Stony-Stratford; Paul Stevens in Bicester; Thomas Williams in Tring; Anthony Thorpe in St. Albans; and Churrude Brady in St. Ives.

Chicago Style Citation

An Excellent Ballad of the Deposing of King Richard the Second: And How, After Many Miseries, He Was Barbarously Murder'd in Pomfret Castle. Tune Of, Regard My Sorrows. Northampton: printed by William Dicey; and sold by William Peachey, near St. Bennet's Church in Cambridge; Matthias Dagnell, bookseller, and at Mr. Burnham's Snuff-Shop in Aylesbury; Margaret Ward in Sun-Lane, Reading; John Timbs in Stony-Stratford; Paul Stevens in Bicester; Thomas Williams in Tring; Anthony Thorpe in St. Albans; and Churrude Brady in St. Ives, 1730.

MLA Citation

An Excellent Ballad of the Deposing of King Richard the Second: And How, After Many Miseries, He Was Barbarously Murder'd in Pomfret Castle. Tune Of, Regard My Sorrows. Northampton: printed by William Dicey; and sold by William Peachey, near St. Bennet's Church in Cambridge; Matthias Dagnell, bookseller, and at Mr. Burnham's Snuff-Shop in Aylesbury; Margaret Ward in Sun-Lane, Reading; John Timbs in Stony-Stratford; Paul Stevens in Bicester; Thomas Williams in Tring; Anthony Thorpe in St. Albans; and Churrude Brady in St. Ives, 1730.

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