APA Citation

La Primaudaye, P. d., & Bowes, T. (1602). The French academie: Wherin is discoursed the institution of maners, and whatsoever else concerneth the good and happie life of all estates and callings, by precepts of doctrine, and examples of the lives of ancient sages and famous men: by Peter de la Primaudaye Esquire, Lord of the said place, and of Barree, one of the ordinarie gentlemen of the Kings Chamber: dedicated to the most Christian King Henrie the third, and newly translated into English by T.B (The fourth edition.). Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop.

Chicago Style Citation

La Primaudaye, Pierre de, and Thomas Bowes. The French Academie: Wherin Is Discoursed the Institution of Maners, and Whatsoever Else Concerneth the Good and Happie Life of All Estates and Callings, By Precepts of Doctrine, and Examples of the Lives of Ancient Sages and Famous Men: By Peter De La Primaudaye Esquire, Lord of the Said Place, and of Barree, One of the Ordinarie Gentlemen of the Kings Chamber: Dedicated to the Most Christian King Henrie the Third, and Newly Translated Into English By T.B. The fourth edition. Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop, 1602.

MLA Citation

La Primaudaye, Pierre de, and Thomas Bowes. The French Academie: Wherin Is Discoursed the Institution of Maners, and Whatsoever Else Concerneth the Good and Happie Life of All Estates and Callings, By Precepts of Doctrine, and Examples of the Lives of Ancient Sages and Famous Men: By Peter De La Primaudaye Esquire, Lord of the Said Place, and of Barree, One of the Ordinarie Gentlemen of the Kings Chamber: Dedicated to the Most Christian King Henrie the Third, and Newly Translated Into English By T.B. The fourth edition. Londini: [Printed at Eliot's Court Press] impensis Geor. Bishop, 1602.

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