APA Citation

Dauncy, G. (1614). Dauncy. 1614. His president for the starres, or The almanacke of prognostications, for this yeere of our redemption, 1614: The second from the leape yeere. And most appropriate to the latitude, and meridian of the excellent citty of Hereford, the pole there eleuated, 53 degrees and 36 minut. Seruing also this whole Britaine monarchy. By Gervale [sic] Dauncy seer of sciences. .. Imprinted at London: [By W. White] for the company of Stationers.

Chicago Style Citation

Dauncy, Gervase. Dauncy. 1614. His President for the Starres, or The Almanacke of Prognostications, for This Yeere of Our Redemption, 1614: The Second From the Leape Yeere. And Most Appropriate to the Latitude, and Meridian of the Excellent Citty of Hereford, the Pole There Eleuated, 53 Degrees and 36 Minut. Seruing Also This Whole Britaine Monarchy. By Gervale [sic] Dauncy Seer of Sciences. .. Imprinted at London: [By W. White] for the company of Stationers, 1614.

MLA Citation

Dauncy, Gervase. Dauncy. 1614. His President for the Starres, or The Almanacke of Prognostications, for This Yeere of Our Redemption, 1614: The Second From the Leape Yeere. And Most Appropriate to the Latitude, and Meridian of the Excellent Citty of Hereford, the Pole There Eleuated, 53 Degrees and 36 Minut. Seruing Also This Whole Britaine Monarchy. By Gervale [sic] Dauncy Seer of Sciences. .. Imprinted at London: [By W. White] for the company of Stationers, 1614.

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