APA Citation

Garrick, D. (1770). Shakespear's Garland: Being a collection of new songs, ballads, roundelays, catches, glees, comic serenatas, &c. performed at the Jubilee, at Stratford-upon-avon. Written by Mr. Garrick, Mr. Bickerstaff, and others. To which are subjoined, testimonies to the genius and merits of Shakespeare. Dublin: Printed by John Mitchell, in Skinner-row.

Chicago Style Citation

Garrick, David. Shakespear's Garland: Being a Collection of New Songs, Ballads, Roundelays, Catches, Glees, Comic Serenatas, &c. Performed At the Jubilee, At Stratford-upon-avon. Written By Mr. Garrick, Mr. Bickerstaff, and Others. To Which Are Subjoined, Testimonies to the Genius and Merits of Shakespeare. Dublin: Printed by John Mitchell, in Skinner-row, 1770.

MLA Citation

Garrick, David. Shakespear's Garland: Being a Collection of New Songs, Ballads, Roundelays, Catches, Glees, Comic Serenatas, &c. Performed At the Jubilee, At Stratford-upon-avon. Written By Mr. Garrick, Mr. Bickerstaff, and Others. To Which Are Subjoined, Testimonies to the Genius and Merits of Shakespeare. Dublin: Printed by John Mitchell, in Skinner-row, 1770.

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