APA Citation

Leigh, D. (1621). The mother[s] blessing: or, The godly counsaile of a gentle-woman, not long since deceased, left behind for her children: Contayning many good exhortations, and godly admonitions profitable for all parents, to leaue as [l]egacy to their children. By Mrs. Dorothy Leigh (The seuenth edition.). Printed at London: For Iohn Budge, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Greene Dragon in Pauls Churchyard.

Chicago Style Citation

Leigh, Dorothy. The Mother[s] Blessing: Or, The Godly Counsaile of a Gentle-woman, Not Long Since Deceased, Left Behind for Her Children: Contayning Many Good Exhortations, and Godly Admonitions Profitable for All Parents, to Leaue As [l]egacy to Their Children. By Mrs. Dorothy Leigh. The seuenth edition. Printed at London: For Iohn Budge, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Greene Dragon in Pauls Churchyard, 1621.

MLA Citation

Leigh, Dorothy. The Mother[s] Blessing: Or, The Godly Counsaile of a Gentle-woman, Not Long Since Deceased, Left Behind for Her Children: Contayning Many Good Exhortations, and Godly Admonitions Profitable for All Parents, to Leaue As [l]egacy to Their Children. By Mrs. Dorothy Leigh. The seuenth edition. Printed at London: For Iohn Budge, and are to be sold at his shop, at the Greene Dragon in Pauls Churchyard, 1621.

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