APA Citation

González, E., & Le Sage, A. R. (1735). The comical history of Estevanille Gonzalez, surnamed the merry fellow. Translated from the original Spanish by Monsieur le Sage, Author of the Devil upon two Sticks. Done out of French. London: printed for W. Mear at the Lamb on Ludgate-Hill; and sold by Mr. Strahan, Mr. Brotherton, and Mr. Hatchet at the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Ward and Comp. Fleet-Street; Mr. Corbet without Temple-Bar; Mr. Lyon, in Covent-Garden; Mr. Payne, in Round-Court, in the Strand; Mr. Brindly and Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street; and Mr. Penn, in Westminster-Hall.

Chicago Style Citation

González, Esteban, and Alain René Le Sage. The Comical History of Estevanille Gonzalez, Surnamed the Merry Fellow. Translated From the Original Spanish By Monsieur Le Sage, Author of the Devil Upon Two Sticks. Done Out of French. London: printed for W. Mear at the Lamb on Ludgate-Hill; and sold by Mr. Strahan, Mr. Brotherton, and Mr. Hatchet at the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Ward and Comp. Fleet-Street; Mr. Corbet without Temple-Bar; Mr. Lyon, in Covent-Garden; Mr. Payne, in Round-Court, in the Strand; Mr. Brindly and Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street; and Mr. Penn, in Westminster-Hall, 1735.

MLA Citation

González, Esteban, and Alain René Le Sage. The Comical History of Estevanille Gonzalez, Surnamed the Merry Fellow. Translated From the Original Spanish By Monsieur Le Sage, Author of the Devil Upon Two Sticks. Done Out of French. London: printed for W. Mear at the Lamb on Ludgate-Hill; and sold by Mr. Strahan, Mr. Brotherton, and Mr. Hatchet at the Royal-Exchange; Mr. Ward and Comp. Fleet-Street; Mr. Corbet without Temple-Bar; Mr. Lyon, in Covent-Garden; Mr. Payne, in Round-Court, in the Strand; Mr. Brindly and Mr. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street; and Mr. Penn, in Westminster-Hall, 1735.

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