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MLA

Deloney, Thomas. The Pleasant History of John Winchcomb: In His Younger Yeares Called Jacke of Newberie, the Famous and Worthy Clothier of England : Declaring His Life and Love, Together with His Charitable Deeds and Great Hospitality, and How Hee Set Continually Five Hundred Poore People At Worke, to the Great Benefit of the Common-wealth ... Now the ninth time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged. London: Printed by Robert Young, and are to be sold by Cuthbert Wright, 1633.

APA

Deloney, T. (1633). The pleasant history of John Winchcomb: in his younger yeares called Jacke of Newberie, the famous and worthy clothier of England : declaring his life and love, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitality, and how hee set continually five hundred poore people at worke, to the great benefit of the common-wealth ... Now the ninth time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged. London: Printed by Robert Young, and are to be sold by Cuthbert Wright.

Chicago

Deloney, Thomas, The Pleasant History of John Winchcomb: In His Younger Yeares Called Jacke of Newberie, the Famous and Worthy Clothier of England : Declaring His Life and Love, Together with His Charitable Deeds and Great Hospitality, and How Hee Set Continually Five Hundred Poore People At Worke, to the Great Benefit of the Common-Wealth .... Now the ninth time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged. London: Printed by Robert Young, and are to be sold by Cuthbert Wright, 1633.