APA Citation

Shaw, S. (1683). Minerva's triumph: or, Gramar and rhetorick: In all the parts of them, personated by youths in dramatick scenes in a country school. Presented to the view of all that love learning, but especially recommended to the perusal of young schollars, and the use of schools at their breakings up. By several school-masters. London: printed for Dan. Brown at the Black-Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar.

Chicago Style Citation

Shaw, Samuel. Minerva's Triumph: Or, Gramar and Rhetorick: In All the Parts of Them, Personated By Youths in Dramatick Scenes in a Country School. Presented to the View of All That Love Learning, but Especially Recommended to the Perusal of Young Schollars, and the Use of Schools At Their Breakings Up. By Several School-masters. London: printed for Dan. Brown at the Black-Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar, 1683.

MLA Citation

Shaw, Samuel. Minerva's Triumph: Or, Gramar and Rhetorick: In All the Parts of Them, Personated By Youths in Dramatick Scenes in a Country School. Presented to the View of All That Love Learning, but Especially Recommended to the Perusal of Young Schollars, and the Use of Schools At Their Breakings Up. By Several School-masters. London: printed for Dan. Brown at the Black-Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar, 1683.

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