APA Citation

Haywood, E. F. (1727). Cleomelia: Or, the generous mistress. Being the secret history of a lady lately arriv'd from Bengall, a kingdom in the East-Indies. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. To which is added, I. The lucky rape: or, fate the best disposer. II. The capricious lover: or, no trifling with a woman. London: printed for J. Millan, at Locke's-Head in New Street, near the Upper End of the Hay-Market, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, H. Northoock at Cicero's-Head Tavistock Street, and the next bookseller to the Horse-Guards.

Chicago Style Citation

Haywood, Eliza Fowler. Cleomelia: Or, the Generous Mistress. Being the Secret History of a Lady Lately Arriv'd From Bengall, a Kingdom in the East-Indies. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. To Which Is Added, I. The Lucky Rape: Or, Fate the Best Disposer. II. The Capricious Lover: Or, No Trifling With a Woman. London: printed for J. Millan, at Locke's-Head in New Street, near the Upper End of the Hay-Market, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, H. Northoock at Cicero's-Head Tavistock Street, and the next bookseller to the Horse-Guards, 1727.

MLA Citation

Haywood, Eliza Fowler. Cleomelia: Or, the Generous Mistress. Being the Secret History of a Lady Lately Arriv'd From Bengall, a Kingdom in the East-Indies. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. To Which Is Added, I. The Lucky Rape: Or, Fate the Best Disposer. II. The Capricious Lover: Or, No Trifling With a Woman. London: printed for J. Millan, at Locke's-Head in New Street, near the Upper End of the Hay-Market, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, H. Northoock at Cicero's-Head Tavistock Street, and the next bookseller to the Horse-Guards, 1727.

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