APA Citation

Blague, T. (1569). A schole of wise conceytes: Vvherin as euery conceyte hath wit, so the most haue much mirth, set forth in common places by order of the alphabet. Translated out of diuers Greke and Latine wryters, by Thomas Blage student of the Queenes Colledge in Cambridge. Printed at London: By Henrie Binneman, dwelling in Knight rider streate, at the signe of the Marmayd.

Chicago Style Citation

Blague, Thomas. A Schole of Wise Conceytes: Vvherin As Euery Conceyte Hath Wit, so the Most Haue Much Mirth, Set Forth in Common Places By Order of the Alphabet. Translated Out of Diuers Greke and Latine Wryters, By Thomas Blage Student of the Queenes Colledge in Cambridge. Printed at London: By Henrie Binneman, dwelling in Knight rider streate, at the signe of the Marmayd, 1569.

MLA Citation

Blague, Thomas. A Schole of Wise Conceytes: Vvherin As Euery Conceyte Hath Wit, so the Most Haue Much Mirth, Set Forth in Common Places By Order of the Alphabet. Translated Out of Diuers Greke and Latine Wryters, By Thomas Blage Student of the Queenes Colledge in Cambridge. Printed at London: By Henrie Binneman, dwelling in Knight rider streate, at the signe of the Marmayd, 1569.

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