APA Citation

Moulton, T. (1548). This is the myrour or glasse of helthe: Necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, that wyll kepe theyr body frome ye syckeuesse [sic] of the pestilence, and it showeth how the planetes do raygne in euery houre of the daye and nyght, with the natures and exposicio[n]s of the. xii. synes. deuyded by ye. xii. monthes of the yere, and sheweth the remedyes for many dyuers infirmytes and dyseases that hurteth the body of man. [Imprentyd at London: By [R. or W. Copland for] Iohn Waley.

Chicago Style Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrour or Glasse of Helthe: Necessary and Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In, That Wyll Kepe Theyr Body Frome Ye Syckeuesse [sic] of the Pestilence, and It Showeth How the Planetes Do Raygne in Euery Houre of the Daye and Nyght, With the Natures and Exposicio[n]s of The. Xii. Synes. Deuyded By Ye. Xii. Monthes of the Yere, and Sheweth the Remedyes for Many Dyuers Infirmytes and Dyseases That Hurteth the Body of Man. [Imprentyd at London: By [R. or W. Copland for] Iohn Waley, 1548.

MLA Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrour or Glasse of Helthe: Necessary and Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In, That Wyll Kepe Theyr Body Frome Ye Syckeuesse [sic] of the Pestilence, and It Showeth How the Planetes Do Raygne in Euery Houre of the Daye and Nyght, With the Natures and Exposicio[n]s of The. Xii. Synes. Deuyded By Ye. Xii. Monthes of the Yere, and Sheweth the Remedyes for Many Dyuers Infirmytes and Dyseases That Hurteth the Body of Man. [Imprentyd at London: By [R. or W. Copland for] Iohn Waley, 1548.

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