APA Citation

Poor Robin. (1694). Poor Robin 1694: An almanack of the old and new fashion, or an ephemeris jestingly solid and jocosiously serious, wherein the reader may find (if he be endued with five degrees beyond the longitude of [J]ack Adam's capacity) many remarkable things worthy his choicest observation : containing a two-fold kalendar, viz. the Julian, English, or old account, and the round-heads, whimzey-heads, maggot-heads, paper-scull'd, slender-witted, Mugletonian, or fanatick account, with their several saints-days, and observations upon every month : being the second after bissextile, or leap-year (The two and thirtieth impression.). London: Printed for the Company of Stationers.

Chicago Style Citation

Poor Robin. Poor Robin 1694: An Almanack of the Old and New Fashion, or an Ephemeris Jestingly Solid and Jocosiously Serious, Wherein the Reader May Find (if He Be Endued With Five Degrees Beyond the Longitude of [J]ack Adam's Capacity) Many Remarkable Things Worthy His Choicest Observation : Containing a Two-fold Kalendar, Viz. the Julian, English, or Old Account, and the Round-heads, Whimzey-heads, Maggot-heads, Paper-scull'd, Slender-witted, Mugletonian, or Fanatick Account, With Their Several Saints-days, and Observations Upon Every Month : Being the Second After Bissextile, or Leap-year. The two and thirtieth impression. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1694.

MLA Citation

Poor Robin. Poor Robin 1694: An Almanack of the Old and New Fashion, or an Ephemeris Jestingly Solid and Jocosiously Serious, Wherein the Reader May Find (if He Be Endued With Five Degrees Beyond the Longitude of [J]ack Adam's Capacity) Many Remarkable Things Worthy His Choicest Observation : Containing a Two-fold Kalendar, Viz. the Julian, English, or Old Account, and the Round-heads, Whimzey-heads, Maggot-heads, Paper-scull'd, Slender-witted, Mugletonian, or Fanatick Account, With Their Several Saints-days, and Observations Upon Every Month : Being the Second After Bissextile, or Leap-year. The two and thirtieth impression. London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1694.

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