APA Citation

Clarke, J. (1639). Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina: In usum scholarum concinnata. Or proverbs English, and Latine, methodically disposed according to the common-place heads, in Erasmus his adages. Very use-full and delightful for all sorts of men, on all occasions. More especially profitable for scholars for the attaining elegancie, sublimitie, and varietie of the best expressions. London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert Mylbourne, and are to be sold at the signe of the Vncorne [sic] neere Fleet-bridge.

Chicago Style Citation

Clarke, John. Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina: In Usum Scholarum Concinnata. Or Proverbs English, and Latine, Methodically Disposed According to the Common-place Heads, in Erasmus His Adages. Very Use-full and Delightful for All Sorts of Men, On All Occasions. More Especially Profitable for Scholars for the Attaining Elegancie, Sublimitie, and Varietie of the Best Expressions. London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert Mylbourne, and are to be sold at the signe of the Vncorne [sic] neere Fleet-bridge, 1639.

MLA Citation

Clarke, John. Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina: In Usum Scholarum Concinnata. Or Proverbs English, and Latine, Methodically Disposed According to the Common-place Heads, in Erasmus His Adages. Very Use-full and Delightful for All Sorts of Men, On All Occasions. More Especially Profitable for Scholars for the Attaining Elegancie, Sublimitie, and Varietie of the Best Expressions. London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston for Robert Mylbourne, and are to be sold at the signe of the Vncorne [sic] neere Fleet-bridge, 1639.

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