APA Citation

(1680). Crums of comfort for the youngest sister: The youngest sister in despair, at last did comfort find, which banisht all her grief and care, and eas'd her troubled mind, a kind young man did promise her that she should married be, she answered him again, kind sir, thereto I'm wondrous free. To a pleasant new west country tune. [London]: Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby at the Golden in Ball West-Smithfield..

Chicago Style Citation

Crums of Comfort for the Youngest Sister: The Youngest Sister in Despair, At Last Did Comfort Find, Which Banisht All Her Grief and Care, and Eas'd Her Troubled Mind, a Kind Young Man Did Promise Her That She Should Married Be, She Answered Him Again, Kind Sir, Thereto I'm Wondrous Free. To a Pleasant New West Country Tune. [London]: Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby at the Golden in Ball West-Smithfield., 1680.

MLA Citation

Crums of Comfort for the Youngest Sister: The Youngest Sister in Despair, At Last Did Comfort Find, Which Banisht All Her Grief and Care, and Eas'd Her Troubled Mind, a Kind Young Man Did Promise Her That She Should Married Be, She Answered Him Again, Kind Sir, Thereto I'm Wondrous Free. To a Pleasant New West Country Tune. [London]: Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby at the Golden in Ball West-Smithfield., 1680.

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