APA Citation

Scot, T. f. 1., & Elstracke, R. (1616). Philomythie or Philomythologie: Wherin outlandish birds, beasts, and fishes, are taught to speake true English plainely. By Tho: Scot Gent (The second edition, much inlarged.). London: [Printed by Edward Griffin] for Francis Constable at the white Lyon in Paules Church:yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Scot, Tho. fl. 1605., and Renold Elstracke. Philomythie or Philomythologie: Wherin Outlandish Birds, Beasts, and Fishes, Are Taught to Speake True English Plainely. By Tho: Scot Gent. The second edition, much inlarged. London: [Printed by Edward Griffin] for Francis Constable at the white Lyon in Paules Church:yard, 1616.

MLA Citation

Scot, Tho. fl. 1605., and Renold Elstracke. Philomythie or Philomythologie: Wherin Outlandish Birds, Beasts, and Fishes, Are Taught to Speake True English Plainely. By Tho: Scot Gent. The second edition, much inlarged. London: [Printed by Edward Griffin] for Francis Constable at the white Lyon in Paules Church:yard, 1616.

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