APA Citation

Brathwaite, R., & Marshall, W. (1640). Ar't asleepe husband?: A boulster lecture; stored with all variety of witty jeasts, merry tales, and other pleasant passages; extracted, from the choicest flowers of philosophy, poesy, antient and moderne history. Illustrated with examples of incomparable constancy, in the excellent history of Philocles and Doriclea. By Philogenes Panedonius. London: Printed by R. Bishop, for R[ichard] B[est] or his assignes.

Chicago Style Citation

Brathwaite, Richard, and William Marshall. Ar't Asleepe Husband?: A Boulster Lecture; Stored With All Variety of Witty Jeasts, Merry Tales, and Other Pleasant Passages; Extracted, From the Choicest Flowers of Philosophy, Poesy, Antient and Moderne History. Illustrated With Examples of Incomparable Constancy, in the Excellent History of Philocles and Doriclea. By Philogenes Panedonius. London: Printed by R. Bishop, for R[ichard] B[est] or his assignes, 1640.

MLA Citation

Brathwaite, Richard, and William Marshall. Ar't Asleepe Husband?: A Boulster Lecture; Stored With All Variety of Witty Jeasts, Merry Tales, and Other Pleasant Passages; Extracted, From the Choicest Flowers of Philosophy, Poesy, Antient and Moderne History. Illustrated With Examples of Incomparable Constancy, in the Excellent History of Philocles and Doriclea. By Philogenes Panedonius. London: Printed by R. Bishop, for R[ichard] B[est] or his assignes, 1640.

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