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MLA

Defoe, Daniel. The Life and Adventures of Roxana, the Fortunate Mistress: Or, Most Unhappy Wife. In Three Parts. Containing, I An Account of Her Birth In France, and Coming to England. - Ii. Her Marriage In London with a Brewer, Who Run Out of His Estate, and Left Her with Five Children. - Iii. Hercohabiting with Her Landlord; Their Journey to Paris, Where He Was Robbed and Murdered. - Iv. Her Being Fell In Love with by the Prince Of-; and Seeing Her Husband In the Gens D'arms Guard. The Prince Leaves Her, &c. - V. The Dealings She Had with a Dutch Merchant and a Jew, the Latter of Whom Wanted to Defraud Her of a Great Part of Her Jewels: Her Going to Rotterdam, Where She Sees the Dutch Merchant, to Whom She Soon After Became a Bedfellow. - Vi. Her Return to England, Where She Had the Name of Roxana. Her Marriage with the Dutch Merchant In London, Who Was Naturalized and Created a Baronet. The Miseries She and Her Maid Amy Afterwards Fell Into. Adorned with a Curious Print of Roxana, In Her Turkish Dress. London: printed for S. Crowder, in Pater-Noster Row, and S. Gamidge, in Worcester, 1765.

APA

Defoe, D. (1765). The life and adventures of Roxana, the fortunate mistress: or, most unhappy wife. In three parts. Containing, I An Account of her Birth in France, and coming to England. - II. Her marriage in London with a Brewer, who run out of his Estate, and left her with five Children. - III. Hercohabiting with her Landlord; their Journey to Paris, where he was robbed and murdered. - IV. Her being fell in Love with by the Prince of-; and seeing her husband in the Gens d'arms Guard. The Prince leaves her, &c. - V. The Dealings she had with a Dutch Merchant and a Jew, the latter of whom wanted to defraud her of a great part of her jewels: her going to Rotterdam, where she sees the Dutch Merchant, to whom she soon after became a Bedfellow. - VI. Her Return to England, where she had the Name of Roxana. Her Marriage with the Dutch Merchant in London, who was naturalized and created a Baronet. The Miseries she and her Maid Amy afterwards fell into. Adorned with a curious Print of Roxana, in her Turkish Dress. London: printed for S. Crowder, in Pater-Noster Row, and S. Gamidge, in Worcester.

Chicago

Defoe, Daniel, The Life and Adventures of Roxana, the Fortunate Mistress: Or, Most Unhappy Wife. In Three Parts. Containing, I An Account of Her Birth In France, and Coming to England. - II. Her Marriage In London with a Brewer, Who Run Out of His Estate, and Left Her with Five Children. - III. Hercohabiting with Her Landlord; Their Journey to Paris, Where He Was Robbed and Murdered. - IV. Her Being Fell In Love with by the Prince Of-; and Seeing Her Husband In the Gens D'arms Guard. The Prince Leaves Her, &c. - V. The Dealings She Had with a Dutch Merchant and a Jew, the Latter of Whom Wanted to Defraud Her of a Great Part of Her Jewels: Her Going to Rotterdam, Where She Sees the Dutch Merchant, to Whom She Soon After Became a Bedfellow. - VI. Her Return to England, Where She Had the Name of Roxana. Her Marriage with the Dutch Merchant In London, Who Was Naturalized and Created a Baronet. The Miseries She and Her Maid Amy Afterwards Fell Into. Adorned with a Curious Print of Roxana, In Her Turkish Dress. London: printed for S. Crowder, in Pater-Noster Row, and S. Gamidge, in Worcester, 1765.