APA Citation

Phillips, E. (1733). The stage-Mutineers: Or, a play-house to be let. A tragi-comi-farcical-ballad opera, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By a gentleman late of Trinity-College, Cambridge (The second edition.). London: printed for H. Slater, in Clements Inn ; F. Noble, at Otway's Head, St. Martin's-Court ; T. Wright, at the Bible in Exeter-Exchange, Strand ; J. Duncan, in St. Martin's-Court, St. Martin's-Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

Phillips, Edward. The Stage-Mutineers: Or, a Play-house to Be Let. A Tragi-comi-farcical-ballad Opera, As It Is Acted At the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By a Gentleman Late of Trinity-College, Cambridge. The second edition. London: printed for H. Slater, in Clements Inn ; F. Noble, at Otway's Head, St. Martin's-Court ; T. Wright, at the Bible in Exeter-Exchange, Strand ; J. Duncan, in St. Martin's-Court, St. Martin's-Lane, 1733.

MLA Citation

Phillips, Edward. The Stage-Mutineers: Or, a Play-house to Be Let. A Tragi-comi-farcical-ballad Opera, As It Is Acted At the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By a Gentleman Late of Trinity-College, Cambridge. The second edition. London: printed for H. Slater, in Clements Inn ; F. Noble, at Otway's Head, St. Martin's-Court ; T. Wright, at the Bible in Exeter-Exchange, Strand ; J. Duncan, in St. Martin's-Court, St. Martin's-Lane, 1733.

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