APA Citation

Bryan, J. (1636). The vertuous daughter: A sermon preached at Saint Maries in Warwicke, at the funerall of the most vertuous and truely religious young gentlewoman, Mistresse Cicely Puckering, daughter and co-heire to the right worshipfull, Sir Thomas Puckering, knight and baronet, the fourteenth day of Aprill, 1636. By Iohn Bryan, parson of Barford. London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Lawrence Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop in Holborne, at Chancery lane end.

Chicago Style Citation

Bryan, John. The Vertuous Daughter: A Sermon Preached At Saint Maries in Warwicke, At the Funerall of the Most Vertuous and Truely Religious Young Gentlewoman, Mistresse Cicely Puckering, Daughter and Co-heire to the Right Worshipfull, Sir Thomas Puckering, Knight and Baronet, the Fourteenth Day of Aprill, 1636. By Iohn Bryan, Parson of Barford. London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Lawrence Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop in Holborne, at Chancery lane end, 1636.

MLA Citation

Bryan, John. The Vertuous Daughter: A Sermon Preached At Saint Maries in Warwicke, At the Funerall of the Most Vertuous and Truely Religious Young Gentlewoman, Mistresse Cicely Puckering, Daughter and Co-heire to the Right Worshipfull, Sir Thomas Puckering, Knight and Baronet, the Fourteenth Day of Aprill, 1636. By Iohn Bryan, Parson of Barford. London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Lawrence Chapman, and are to be sold at his shop in Holborne, at Chancery lane end, 1636.

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