APA Citation

Moulton, T. (1546). This is the myrrour or glasse of helth: Necessary & nedefull for euery person to loke in/ that wyll kepe theyr body from the syckenes of the pestylence. And it sheweth how the planettes reygne/ in euery houre of the daye and the nyght/ with the natures and exposycions of the .xii. sygnes/ deuyded by the .xii. monthes of the yere/ and after foloweth of all the euyll & daungerous dayes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes/ for dyuers infyrmytes and dyseases that hurteth the bodye of man. [London]: Jmprynted by me Robert Wyre/ dwellynge at the sygne of seynt Johan euãgelyst/ in syent Martyns parysshe in the felde besyde Charynge crosse/ in the bysshop of Norwytche rentys..

Chicago Style Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrrour or Glasse of Helth: Necessary & Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In/ That Wyll Kepe Theyr Body From the Syckenes of the Pestylence. And It Sheweth How the Planettes Reygne/ in Euery Houre of the Daye and the Nyght/ With the Natures and Exposycions of the .xii. Sygnes/ Deuyded By the .xii. Monthes of the Yere/ and After Foloweth of All the Euyll & Daungerous Dayes of the Yere. And Sheweth the Remedyes/ for Dyuers Infyrmytes and Dyseases That Hurteth the Bodye of Man. [London]: Jmprynted by me Robert Wyre/ dwellynge at the sygne of seynt Johan euãgelyst/ in syent Martyns parysshe in the felde besyde Charynge crosse/ in the bysshop of Norwytche rentys., 1546.

MLA Citation

Moulton, Thomas. This Is the Myrrour or Glasse of Helth: Necessary & Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke In/ That Wyll Kepe Theyr Body From the Syckenes of the Pestylence. And It Sheweth How the Planettes Reygne/ in Euery Houre of the Daye and the Nyght/ With the Natures and Exposycions of the .xii. Sygnes/ Deuyded By the .xii. Monthes of the Yere/ and After Foloweth of All the Euyll & Daungerous Dayes of the Yere. And Sheweth the Remedyes/ for Dyuers Infyrmytes and Dyseases That Hurteth the Bodye of Man. [London]: Jmprynted by me Robert Wyre/ dwellynge at the sygne of seynt Johan euãgelyst/ in syent Martyns parysshe in the felde besyde Charynge crosse/ in the bysshop of Norwytche rentys., 1546.

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