APA Citation

Basse, W., & Phillips, E. (1654). A help to discourse, or, More merriment mixt with serious matters: Consisting of witty, philosophical, grammaticall, physicall, astronomicall questions and answers : as also epigrams, epitaphs, riddles, jests, poesies, love-toyes, &c. re-added and plentifully dispersed : together with The Country-mans counsellor, and his yearly oracle, and prognostication, with additions, or A Help to preserve his health never before printed : also the art of cookery, and sundry experiments, and their extractions of oyl, waters, &c (The fourteenth edition.). London: Printed by E.T. for Andrew Crooke at the signe of the Green Dragon in Pauls church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Basse, William, and E. Phillips. A Help to Discourse, Or, More Merriment Mixt With Serious Matters: Consisting of Witty, Philosophical, Grammaticall, Physicall, Astronomicall Questions and Answers : As Also Epigrams, Epitaphs, Riddles, Jests, Poesies, Love-toyes, &c. Re-added and Plentifully Dispersed : Together With The Country-mans Counsellor, and His Yearly Oracle, and Prognostication, With Additions, or A Help to Preserve His Health Never Before Printed : Also the Art of Cookery, and Sundry Experiments, and Their Extractions of Oyl, Waters, &c. The fourteenth edition. London: Printed by E.T. for Andrew Crooke at the signe of the Green Dragon in Pauls church-yard, 1654.

MLA Citation

Basse, William, and E. Phillips. A Help to Discourse, Or, More Merriment Mixt With Serious Matters: Consisting of Witty, Philosophical, Grammaticall, Physicall, Astronomicall Questions and Answers : As Also Epigrams, Epitaphs, Riddles, Jests, Poesies, Love-toyes, &c. Re-added and Plentifully Dispersed : Together With The Country-mans Counsellor, and His Yearly Oracle, and Prognostication, With Additions, or A Help to Preserve His Health Never Before Printed : Also the Art of Cookery, and Sundry Experiments, and Their Extractions of Oyl, Waters, &c. The fourteenth edition. London: Printed by E.T. for Andrew Crooke at the signe of the Green Dragon in Pauls church-yard, 1654.

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