APA Citation

Moulton, T. (1561). This is the myrrour or glasse of helth: Necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, that wil kepe their bodye from the syckenesse of the pestilence, and it sheweth howe the planettes do raygne in euery houre of the daye and nyghte, with the natures and exposicio[n]s of the xii sygnes, deuyded by the. xii. monethes of the yeare, and shewed the remedies for many dyuers infirmities and dyseases that hurteth the bodye of manne. [London: T. Colwell.

Chicago Style Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrrour or Glasse of Helth: Necessary and Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In, That Wil Kepe Their Bodye From the Syckenesse of the Pestilence, and It Sheweth Howe the Planettes Do Raygne in Euery Houre of the Daye and Nyghte, With the Natures and Exposicio[n]s of the Xii Sygnes, Deuyded By The. Xii. Monethes of the Yeare, and Shewed the Remedies for Many Dyuers Infirmities and Dyseases That Hurteth the Bodye of Manne. [London: T. Colwell, 1561.

MLA Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrrour or Glasse of Helth: Necessary and Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In, That Wil Kepe Their Bodye From the Syckenesse of the Pestilence, and It Sheweth Howe the Planettes Do Raygne in Euery Houre of the Daye and Nyghte, With the Natures and Exposicio[n]s of the Xii Sygnes, Deuyded By The. Xii. Monethes of the Yeare, and Shewed the Remedies for Many Dyuers Infirmities and Dyseases That Hurteth the Bodye of Manne. [London: T. Colwell, 1561.

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