APA Citation

Rich, B. (1616). My ladies looking glasse: VVherein may be discerned a wise man from a foole, a good woman from a bad: and the true resemblance of vice, masked vnder the vizard of vertue. By Barnabe Rich Gentleman, seruant to the Kings most excellent Maiestie. London: Printed [by John Legat] for Thomas Adams.

Chicago Style Citation

Rich, Barnabe. My Ladies Looking Glasse: VVherein May Be Discerned a Wise Man From a Foole, a Good Woman From a Bad: And the True Resemblance of Vice, Masked Vnder the Vizard of Vertue. By Barnabe Rich Gentleman, Seruant to the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie. London: Printed [by John Legat] for Thomas Adams, 1616.

MLA Citation

Rich, Barnabe. My Ladies Looking Glasse: VVherein May Be Discerned a Wise Man From a Foole, a Good Woman From a Bad: And the True Resemblance of Vice, Masked Vnder the Vizard of Vertue. By Barnabe Rich Gentleman, Seruant to the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie. London: Printed [by John Legat] for Thomas Adams, 1616.

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